• Brand New Vacancies at Weatherford - 4 Openings

  • Posted on: 8 October, 2014 Deadline: Not Specified
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  • Weatherford is one of the largest diversified upstream oilfield service companies in the world. Our global network includes more than 67,000 people, 1000 service bases, 87 manufacturing facilities, and 16 technology and training centers in more than 100 countries.

    Our products and services span the lifecycle of a well, including drilling, evaluation, completion, production and intervention. The Company's range of production-enabling technologies include evaluation services, directional drilling services, controlled pressure drilling (CPD) systems, cased hole completion systems, expandable technologies, intelligent completion technologies, production optimization systems and all major forms of artificial lift.

    Weatherford is recruiting to fill the below position:

    MPD Well Site Supervisor

     

    Location: Port-Harcourt
    Business Unit: Managed Pressure Drilling
    Expatriate: hire

    Job Scope:
    Establish and maintain regular communication with the client, drilling contractor, Weatherford Project Engineer, Weatherford Crew and all other service onsite. Providing feedback and regular technical advice to all parties concerned.

    Job Responsibilities:

    •     Responsible for all Managed Pressure Drilling Operations on the rig, from a technical, operational and safety stand point as per the drilling program requirements, to ensure the operational success of each well.
    •     Coordinate any variations in project planning, onsite technical and operational requirements and implement MOC procedures as required.
    •     Need to understand all the operations of MFC/RCD system, how the cables and computers are to be connected and run, how the various components interact with the ICU, how the data base works on site and how data should be transmitted remotely.
    •     Install new versions of the software and update the systems as needed.
    •     Interaction with 3rd party service providers on the rig, such as mud logging, Mud Company, nwireline logging, directional services, etc.
    •     Manage and track inventory and logistics at the well site.
    •     Ensure that all data material, operational forms and records, are completed and relayed to the Project Manager for collation and review
    •     Responsible for job ticketing.
    •     Champion all QHSE procedures and processes.
    •     Responsible for reporting incidents.
    •     Conduct rig up and rig down safety meetings.
    •     To ensure compliance, and assist the crew’s implementation, of all QHSE procedures during the operational project activity.
    •     Input any incidents in the Weatherford Performance Tracking System (WPTS) and complete all QHSE forms.
    •     Train crew members and provide feedback and assessment to Operations Manager.
    •     Participate in pre and post job meeting with clients.
    •     Manage crew shifts and rotations while on the rig site.
    •     Responsible for making sure equipment is functional and inventory lists complete before sending the equipment to location.
    •     Oversee and maintain close contact with equipment transportation during logistical movements between wells to prevent equipment mishandling and/or damage and to ensure all equipment arrives as required for the project.
    •     Establishing records on all maintenance that is suitably performed in the field and to communicate both minor and major repairs/maintenance reports with the Well Site SupervisorOnshore Project Engineer via the relevant operational documents provided.
    •     Green tagging manifold after job is complete.
    •     Conduct rig and site surveys

    Qualifications Required:

    •     Completed Senior High School Certificate
    •     Completed Diploma/Degree in Engineering
    •     Related Oil and Gas experience

    Experience and Skills Required:

    •     Experience in an Operational Field Environment
    •     Technical/Engineering Degree and relevant experience in the Oil & Gas industry
    •     Pressure Engineering, Data Acquisition, and Drilling experience
    •     Previous Project Management / Project Planning experience
    •     Knowledge and experience with traditional drilling practices and well control.  
    •     Strong technical and operational knowledge of MPD Systems, procedures and practices.
    •     Good knowledge and comfortable with computers and various software packages.
    •     Ability to travel, both domestic and internationally.
    •     Commitment to HSSE and Job Execution Quality.

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    Microflux Field Engineer

     

    Job Purpose

    •     Demonstrate a personal commitment to Quality, Health, Safety and the Environment.
    •     The primary responsibility of Field Engineer is to deliver high quality services to our clients.
    •     Field engineer is responsible for ensuring that the preparation and dispatching of equipment is complete.
    •     Field engineer is also responsible to inspect/check the equipment when received at the well site for possible damage/malfunction during transportation.
    •     Field engineer is directly responsible for the quality of service delivered at the well site, in terms of safety, quality and efficiency of operation.
    •     Field engineer will need to know the installation of software, interaction of the Database and remote transmission of the data to the central server, how to fix the software problems in the field and apply the patches when required.
    •     Field engineer is in charge of equipment assigned to him/her during the job and for the maintenance request at the end of the job.
    •     Field engineer is responsible for the training and development of junior personnel assigned to his/her operation.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    •     Operates and monitors the MicrofluxTM operations.
    •     Analyze well data and screen wells as potential for the use of MicrofluxTM techniques in real time.
    •     Perform green tag procedures in the workshop or the field.
    •     Primary technical support for MicrofluxTM control systems and its components.
    •     Responsible for QHSE procedures and documentation on site for specific shift.
    •     Provide technical support to customer representative on location and at base.
    •     Responsible to operate the MicrofluxTM system on the rig on 12 hr. shifts and ensure accuracy and consistency of data acquisition.
    •     Be proficient in the basic operating principles of the system, how to run the software and what different functions are available.
    •     Be proficient in the function of the various components of the system on the manifold, valves, chokes, HPU, sensors, and be able to repair those.
    •     Reports to the Well Site Supervisor while on location.
    •     Supervise Service Operators with downhole operations.
    •     Perform daily preventative maintenance as per the checklist.
    •     Keep records of events during the 12 hrs. shift including screenshots and filling in the daily report accordingly.
    •     Interface with the client, drilling contractor and directional drilling provider to advise during the drilling periods and to provide solutions to issues if required.
    •     Ensure the well is drilled in compliance with the program.
    •     Specify injection rates (where applicable) and back pressure on the well to ensure all MPD drilling criteria are filled.
    •     Advise driller or company man of any event or problem identified in the field with strong technical knowledge of downhole conditions.
    •     Attend meetings and conference calls when necessary.
    •     Writing daily and end of well reports.
    •     Assist in the rig up and rig down of equipment.

    Required Skills
    This job is an experienced Filed Engineer position for RCD / MicrofluxTM control systems. Trainees and post-School personnel are expected to evolve fast and be capable of running the service independently in a routine environment. The candidate is expected to continue developing until he/she reaches a competency level to run the service in difficult and non-routine environment.

    Qualification

    •     Completed Senior High School Certificate
    •     Bachelor degree in Engineering / Diploma

    Competency/Knowledge

    •     Knowledge of drilling and well control.
    •     Knowledge of computer and networking systems.
    •     Excellent communication (both oral and written).
    •     Preferable knowledge of analog and digital electronics, Soldering techniques, Oscilloscopes, networking, database servers, visual basic software,
    •     Strong technical knowledge of managed pressure drilling.
    •     Proven ability to work in a team environment.
    •     Strong computer software skills and troubleshooting network connections.
    •     Ability to work under pressure and capable of working long shifts, regularly 12 hours on site.
    •     Resourceful, systematic with trouble shooting capabilities

    Working Experience

    •     Experience as Field Engineer
    •     Related Oil and Gas experience
    •     Oil & Gas relevant experience

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    Project Engineer - Managed Pressure Drilling

     

    Job Opening Id: 46616
    Location: Port Harcourt

    Job Purpose

    •     Demonstrate a personal commitment to Quality, Health, Safety and the Environment.
    •     Project Engineer is responsible and accountable for the highest service quality delivery to the clients/projects assigned to him.
    •     Provide engineering before, during and after projects
    •     Mentor Field Engineers, train field personnel as well as client and third party on location if necessary.
    •     Provide technical support to Sales and Business Development

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    •     Off side technical focal point for ongoing project assigned
    •     Responsible for pre-evaluation, job design, simulations and analysis
    •     Be involved early in the Secure Drilling business process, conducting rig surveys, generating Process & Instrumentation Diagrams [P&ID], and creating a Master Equipment List [MEL] that meets Customer requirements.
    •     Coordinate HAZID & HAZOP meetings with client in order to finalize, and obtain client sign off for P&ID, finalize the MEL, and generate detailed Operations Plan.
    •     Work with Materials on the procurement of any additional items required for the package.
    •     Maintains close contacts with clients and ensures awareness of client activity,
    •     Be responsible for ensuring client requests are fulfilled in timely & efficient manner by conforming to both Weatherford standards & client specifications
    •     Plans adequately the equipment & personnel requirement for upcoming jobs
    •     Liaise with Maintenance team in order to ensure equipment readiness
    •     Develops effective client relationship.
    •     Job is project basis and requires good communication with client office and well-site regularly.
    •     Throughout the operation the MPD Project Engineer will attend shore based morning calls and assist in providing onshore support to both the client and Weatherford field team.
    •     Upon completion of the project, the MPD Project Engineer will coordinate Post Job De-Brief and approve detailed End of Well Report.
    •     Training field personnel on project requirements and goals.
    •     Attending pre spud meetings
    •     Provide/modify job specific procedures and make sure those are followed
    •     Remote monitoring well
    •     Making sure achieving planned objectives with safe job practices
    •     Running critical on site operations when expertise required
    •     Reviewing EOWR
    •     Asses competency of field personnel
    •     Ensure Company policy are well understood, accepted & followed by personnel under his supervision,

    Required Skills/Knowledge:

    •     Excellent communication skills.
    •     Good understanding of drilling and well completion operations.
    •     Good understanding of geology and geology related issues
    •     Knowledge of well control
    •     Proven ability of teamwork and leadership
    •     Problem solving ability
    •     Good understanding of Risk Assessment and Mitigation process
    •     Must have a clear customer focus
    •     Strong computer software skills.

    Qualification Required

    •     Bachelor degree in Engineering or relevant Oil & Gas experience

    Required Working Experience

    •     Technical Competency with product line Operations and Equipment
    •     Must possess a Working Knowledge and Hands-On Experience in Drilling and Completion Operations.
    •     Field Operations Experience of Drilling and Completing Wells.
    •     Experience of competency and training processes and systems.
    •     Requires extensive travel both domestically and internationally and extended stays away from home.
    •     Previous oil field experience

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    MFC Field Technician

     

    Location: Port Harcourt
    Ref Code: 46617
    Business Unit: Managed pressure Drilling - Secure Drilling Services

    Job Purpose

    •     Demonstrate a personal commitment to Quality, Health, Safety and the Environment.
    •     The primary responsibility of Field Technician is to deliver high quality services to our clients.
    •     Field Technician is responsible for ensuring that the preparation and dispatching of equipment is complete.
    •     Field Technician is also responsible to inspect/check the equipment when received at the wellsite for possible damage/malfunction during transportation.
    •     Field Technician is directly responsible for the quality of service delivered at the wellsite, in terms of safety, quality and efficiency of operation.
    •     Setup and Operates RCD/MFC control systems.
    •     Conducts maintenance of RCD/MFC control systems equipment at job site and workshop.
    •     Has strong Electrical/Mechanical knowledge that allows the RCD/MFC Control Systems Specialist to troubleshoot wellsite equipment failures
    •     Is responsible for own continuous development to become capable to run the service in difficult and non-routine environments.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    •     Equipment rig-up and rig-down on each well.
    •     Perform various duties around the managed pressure drilling choke manifold, data acquisitions system, rotating control head, separation equipment, fluid handling and transfer systems, ensuring that all procedures are followed in accordance with the safety precautions and practices.
    •     Operate and Monitor rotating control head, choke manifold and separation system, with sampling and manual data recording.
    •     Perform maintenance and system checks at the well site.
    •     Perform repairs and troubleshooting in case of equipment failure.
    •     To advise and assist the Supervisor with any pre-activity safety meeting action points that should be discussed
    •     To fully learn and ensure the compliance of, and the implementation, of all QHSE procedures during the operational activity
    •     Responsible for QHSE procedures and documentation on site for specific shift.
    •     Conduct themselves in a professional manner while on or off the rig site
    •     The job requires direct contact with the other crew members and Customer Representatives as well as other Services on location.
    •     Perform green tag procedures in the workshop or the field.
    •     Perform daily preventative maintenance as per the checklist.

    Qualifications

    •     Technical Degree related to the Oil & Gas Industry or related experience.
    •     Previous field experience in Electrical / Mechanical technology

    Skills and Working Experience Required:

    •     This job is an experienced operation position for RCD / MicrofluxTM control systems. Trainees and post-School personnel are expected to evolve fast and be capable of running the service independently in a routine environment. The candidate is expected to continue developing until he/she reaches a competency level to run the service in difficult and non-routine environment.
    •     Excellent communication skills (both oral and written).
    •     Hands on training required on valves, chokes, HPU and flow meter and pass certification on the following theoretical courses available on the web. Refer to SD Training Matri.
    •     Proven ability to work in a team environment.
    •     Strong computer software skills, basic networking and ability to troubleshoot a connection.
    •     Long shifts, regularly 12 hours on site.
    •     Requires extensive travel both domestically and internationally and extended stays away from home.
    •     Skills in electronics, PLC systems and IT.
    •     Knowledge of analog and digital electronics, soldering techniques, oscilloscopes are an advantage
    •     Hands-on mechanical skills and redressing gate valves and replacing bearings.

    Method of Application

    Interested and qualified candidates should click here to apply online.

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