Performs Level I repairs to LWD downhole tools that include inspection and function testing of all LWD downhole equipment ; drivers, pulsers, batteries, gammas, BAPs, IDS , interconnects, flow diverters, MFRs, NDTs, and collars.
Performs Gamma verifications / calibrations, IDS Check stand roll test, neutron density calibrations, and MFR air hangs
Assembles and disassembles LWD tool strings, and perform tool string programming and function testing.
Performs pulser wet tests, main valve replacements, and tip / orifice replacements
Performs assembly and disassembly of lithium batteries.
Completes and collects required service records and documentation, and stores electronic copies online and hard copies in files.
Performs failure analysis and update analysis in the Reliability database. Performs CR s, NCR s, Work Order Requests, Work Orders, PFTs, TERs, and read and file all tech alerts.
Assists R&M Technicians LWD I and LWD II in their roles when necessary.
Mentors R&M Technician LWD Trainees
Maintains all shop equipment and tools in good working order
Maintains a clean and safe work environment.
Performs various other duties and activities as assigned by supervisor within the physical constraints of the job.
Demonstrates a personal commitment to Quality, Health, Safety and the Environment.
Attending mandatory safety meetings and maintaining Company property and equipment in safe operating conditions at all times.
Knows, understands, and promotes Weatherford s Enterprise Excellence Process and the Quality Policy and complies with all requirements of the Quality Systems Manual, Operating and Technical Procedures and Workplace Instructions.
Understands and complies with all safety rules and company policies of Weatherford.
•Previous experience equivalent to a R&M Technician LWD Trainee•
High school graduate or GED equivalent
•Previous experience as a R&M Technician - LWD Trainee
•Associates or Technical Degree in Engineering Technology or Science