The Service Technician safely install, removes, repairs, assembles, disassembles and tests Well Test equipment (gate valves, plug valves, Sand Knock Outs etc.) in shop and onshore environments.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities, but not limited to:
- Install and/or remove equipment.
Assemble, disassemble, test and troubleshoot service equipment.
- Work closely with equipment operators.
- Loading and unloading of material for repair operations.
- Communicate with Supervisor, Customers, Engineers, Production Control and other shop personnel.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Strong understanding of the well testing assets.
- Focus on the adherence to quality program.
- Operates shop machinery such as forklifts or manufacturing equipment.
- Ensures that shop area is clean, organized, and free of dangerous or hazardous material.
- Maintains work records and files.
- Reviews work completed to ensure it is up to quality standards.
- Inspects and cleans shop equipment.
- Possesses detailed knowledge of shop industry.
- Works well with a team.
- Exhibits strong customer service and interpersonal skills.
- Possesses solid analytical and problem-solving abilities.
- Demonstrates awareness of all health and safety protocols.
- Able to remain calm and clear-headed in an emergency.
- Manages time efficiently.
- Able to multi-task effectively.
- Pays attention to detail.
- Demonstrates strong organizational skills.
- Communicates clearly and effectively.
- Is capable of translating industry terminology into straightforward terms for explanatory purposes.
- Is qualified to operate heavy machinery.
- Must have a valid drivers license with a clean driving record.
Education and Experience
- High school diploma or GED required.
- Warehouse, factory, or shop experience required.
- Managerial or supervisory experience required.
- Shift may vary from day to evenings.
- Weekend hours will be required.
- Standard 40-hour workweek applies, though overtime may be necessary.
- Some areas of the job site may be hazardous so protective gear should be worn when appropriate.