A Floorhand is an entry-level position responsible for assisting Derrickhands and Drillers on the rig floor, cleaning and painting, performing preventative maintenance on equipment and assisting in moving rig, rigging up and rigging out. Safety is the top priority for all service rig personnel.
Derrickhands are responsible for all work above the rig floor, watching and maintaining proper well control characteristics, and guiding the pipe off the racking platform in the derrick while tripping in and out of the hole. Safety is the top priority for all service rig personnel.
Operators lead a crew. Operators are responsible for operating the service rig hoisting equipment via the Operator's console. Other duties may include ensuring proper training for their crew, becoming familiar with the BOP system, filling out paperwork, conducting safety drills, transporting crew to and from the rig and liaising between the Rig Manager and crew. Safety is the top priority for all service rig personnel.
Assistant Operator is an entry-level position that provides operational support and assistance to senior members of the crew. Assistant Operators are involved in rig up, assist in workovers, and assist in rig out procedures. Safety is a top priority during all snubbing operations.
Snubbing operators are involved in all service operations conducted on a snubbing unit. Operations include: rig / up, workovers and completions, and rig out. Operators are also responsible to ensure crew safety, provide training to new crew members and to maintain compliance with industry practices. Safety is a top priority during all snubbing operations.
Snubbing Supervisors oversee all snubbing operations and they are the leader of the crew. They ensure a safe work environment and maintain appropriate work practices and procedures. Snubbing Supervisors work closely with customers to ensure smooth operations. Supervisors also oversee all crew training. Safety is a top priority during all snubbing operations.
The Assistant Operator supports the coil operator through all aspects of the operation. Essential knowledge for the Assistant Operator position is understanding shut in and well kill procedures during a blow out situation. Between jobs, the Assistant Operator is responsible for maintenance of the well control equipment and for assembly and disassembly of machinery.
The Operator facilitates safe and efficient pipe movement in coordination with fellow Operators and Assistant Operators.
The Coil Tubing Supervisor is responsible for monitoring the condition, application and coordination of all well control and coil equipment with all personnel on the well location.
The Fluid Operator is responsible the safe operation of the equipment on a customer’s location, while travelling to and from location or while in station between operations.
Reporting to the Field or Coil Tubing supervisor the Nitrogen Supervisor is responsible for the safe operation of the equipment on a customer’s location, while travelling to and from location or while in station between operations.