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The Operations Supervisor â Fishing Tools, Whipstocks & Abandonment is responsible for the day to day management of the FRE product line.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:Organize equipment, shop personnel and Fishing Supervisors to meet ongoing and upcoming Fishing and Re-entry requirements. Available on a 24-hour call basis while on rotation to respond to customer needs. Works closely with Operations Manager and customers to determine equipment requirements for upcoming jobs. Supervision, coaching/ mentoring of all FRE staff in conjunction with the Operations Manager. Build and maintain (Asset History Folders) client specific fishing equipment binders. Liaise with drilling and completions teams to review the drilling plans and recommend fishing and re-entry designs for steady state and critical drilling and completions operations. Participate in well meetings regarding hazard and risk identification As required, perform and / or arrange for rig visits to perform audits of Rig Contractor FRE tool compliance and procedures. Maintain high levels of service quality by implementation of Weatherford SSA and Global Operation systems and procedures. Monitor the department expenses and are within the budgetary allowance. Organize personnel days off and vacation schedules to ensure proper personnel coverage. Work with the Operations Manager to organize global support personnel as required for specialty jobs. Ensure that all field personnel maintain current industry training certificates (BST, H2S, Driver, First Aid, etc.). Enforce Weatherford QHSE. Perform personnel performance evaluation (semi-annually) Personnel disciplinary responsibility. Supervise processing of field tickets to ensure a timely submission and accuracy. Maintaining an adequate and efficient level of inventory items appropriate to the level of activity. Ensure that sufficient quantities of equipment and spares are available, identified, serviced and functional. Assist with the assembly/servicing of all responsible products should the need arise.
QualificationsMinimum of 7 Years Experience in the field execution and coordination of Down Hole Fishing, Whipstocks and Intervention tools. Comprehensive knowledge of drilling and work-over operations. Knowledge of Plug and Abandonment operations. Specific knowledge of tools and equipment to be used in Open and Cased Hole Fishing operations, Side tracking equipment and techniques. A self-motivated individual with the ability to work unsupervised with a strong emphasis on team work. Resilient, able to cope in a difficult and harsh working environment. The ability to communicate with peers and supervisors. Ability to work in a highly safety sensitive environment and complying with both Company and Client safety standards. QHSE procedural knowledge. Competent management skills. Good employee interpersonal skills. Strong written and verbal English communication skills. Basic knowledge of relevant computer software. Problem solving skills and mechanical aptitude.
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