Key Energy Services located in Alice, TX has an immediate opportunity for an Equipment Operator 1.
Under close supervision and direction of Service Supervisor, learns to perform a number of tasks associated with fluid pumps operation and rig-up/down of equipment and tools and related equipment used in coiled tubing well site servicing. RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assist fellow crew members with routine tasks such as securing loose items, connections, tools and chemicals; cleaning up the work site, cleaning and performing routine maintenance on vehicles and equipment; loading environmental clean-up and spill prevention materials, etc.
Develop skills while performing rigging up/down at the well site, operating and maintaining one or more of the following equipment: pump truck, nitrogen pump or crane truck. Involves, but is not limited to, checking/closing/opening valves, identifying appropriate and performing hose hook-ups, using main or drain tubs, applying special connections where required, etc.
Work under hazardous conditions while learning to recognize and mitigate risks associated with such. Through hands-on experience, learn safe and compliant transportation of hazardous materials. Fill out and maintain shipping documents for hazardous materials (hazmat) transportation including proper use of placards and labels and securing loads.
Accurately complete and turn in regulatory and compliance paperwork associated with job duties (DOT logs, load sheets, trip reports).
Maintain proper DOT logging to include accurate and current drivers log reporting and daily submission requirements, accurate mileage and fuel reporting and complying with all hours-of-service regulations.
Perform pre-trip and post-trip inspections to ensure proper working conditions such as, but not limited to, fluid level checks and services as needed, brake inspections and slack adjustments, tire inspections, and working condition of lights. Complete inspection/maintenance documentation and reporting of any defects.
Participate in work plan and job safety analysis (JSA) daily processes. Exercises stop work authority as needed.
Know, understand, apply and comply with all requirements related to quality, operating and technical procedures and workplace instructions.
Understand and comply with all health, safety, security, quality and environmental rules, regulations, procedures and policies.
Act in compliance with all KES policies and procedures and regulatory requirements including international, regional, and local laws.
Carry out work assignments to the highest quality level in accordance with policies, roles and responsibilities
Perform various other duties and activities as assigned.
Must be willing and able to secure Commerical Drivers License within 3 months of employment. This is a job requirement. This requires minimum 21 years of age to secure permit.
Must have and maintain a good driving record with a clean driving record and no DWI/DUI convictions within the last 3 years.
Ability to work in extreme weather conditions.
Ability to travel to job sites which may often require overnight stays.
Must be willing and able to work long shifts.
Must be willing and able to operate heavy equipment and meet all physical requirements for field position.
Hazmat and tanker endorsements preferred.
Ability to travel to other rig sites for temporary rotation assignments
High School Diploma, GED, or the equivalent is preferred.