1.1Completion of all related competencies, proficiency and training required to successful reach this level, as detailed on Wireline Career Progression document.
1.2Demonstrate familiarity with Wireline documentation and other online training and support systems.
•Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Wireline operations policies & procedures, which include Radiation and Preventative Maintenance.
1.4To adhere to established Weatherford work ethics and policies at all times when dealing with our internal customers.
1.5Observes safe working practices, rules and regulations, wears all safety equipment as required, and corrects and reports hazards immediately.
1.6To recognize and promote the Preventive Maintenance program of the company.
1.7Perform preventative maintenance inspections of mechanical equipment
1.8Locate and understand maintenance records of all equipment.
1.9Participate in technical training sessions as required.
1.10Observes problems and may provide suggestions on design changes and modifications to improve unit performance and reliability.
1.11Assists and observes supervisor during equipment repair in the field.
1.12Inform supervisor of parts and supplies that are in short supply.
1.13Maintains tools and equipment in good condition and keeps work area in a clean and orderly condition.
1.14Identifies and reports equipment performance and failure problems to direct supervisor.
1.15Perform various other duties assigned by supervisor within the physical constraints of the job.
1.16Attends and participates in safety & technical meetings as required.
1.17Maintains QHSSE training requirements.
1.18Complete work in an accurate, timely, efficient, and cost-effective manner.
•Develops a basic knowledge of most of Weatherford tools and equipment at the location, including associated hazards.
1.20Assist with scheduled preventative maintenance on wireline units, skid units, express units, cranes, compressors, generators and light & heavy vehicles in accordance with Weatherford's documented policies and procedures.
1.21Maintain equipment, facilities and work area in a presentable and working condition.
1.22Know and understand Weatherford Quality Policy and comply with all requirements of the Quality Systems Manual, Operating and Preventative Maintenance Procedures and Workplace Instructions.
1.23Must understand and comply with all safety rules and company policies of Weatherford.
Work assignments carried out to the highest quality level
Proven mechanical aptitude
•Basic understanding of fundamental math and physics
•Basic understanding of the principles of electricity
•Basic computer skills
Must possess a valid driver s license as required by the region.
•Knowledge of windows based systems
•Demonstrated mechanical ability
Knowledge of the diesel engines, hydraulics systems and electrical systems. Should have job related experience and training in diagnosing mechanical failures, reading mechanical diagrams and accurately assembling and de-assembling the mechanical parts.
•High School Diploma or GED
Effectively communicate in English, verbally and written
•Previous Wireline experience
•Graduate from an entry level technical program or equivalent experience
Experience or knowledge of equipment operating in the Oil & Gas industry
•The physical ability to immediately respond to emergency situations.
•Available for work outside of regular business hours as required by the nature of the business and operations
•Willingness to work under varying conditions and in remote locations