About the Organization
Pioneer Energy Services is a leader in oilfield services with employment opportunities in drilling, wireline, and well servicing.
More than 3,000 Pioneer team members work across the country's major oil and gas producing regions. Wherever we work, Pioneer people are recognized as hard-working problem-solvers dedicated to helping customers get the best results possible.
Safety is always our first priority. Our LiveSafe culture promotes safety on the job and at home. It's also a culture that promotes professionalism and teamwork.
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We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.
Major Functional Responsibilities:
- Be able to understand, comprehend and follow verbal and written instructions in English.
- Arrive at work on time at the rig site. Have necessary transportation to and from work.
- Is required to:
- Handle the drill pipe in and out of the racking board ( about 90 feet above the rig floor) for extended periods of time.
- Maintain the mud system including: mixing mud, interpreting the daily mud report, checking mud properties, and maintaining the mud properties as specified on the mud report recommendations. Must know the chemical and hazardous properties of the mud that is mixed, how to SAFELY handle the different types of additives, and what to do if contamination occurs.
- Service all equipment associated with the mud systems and ensure that it is operating properly. This equipment includes: the shale shaker, desander, desilter, certrifugal pumps and their power, triplex mud pumps, mud lines and their safety chains, valves, and gauges. He must also keep the pit area, walkways, pumps, and mud house orderly and free of nonessential items.
- Be able to safely operate the cathead and air hoist.
- Be able to perform all duties needed to rig up, drill, rig down, and maintain rotary equipment.
- Be capable of performing the following:
- Pull rotary slips.
- Latch and unlatch elevators.
- Work tongs for extended periods of time.
- Lift and carry mud sacks that weigh 100 pounds for short distances.
- Scrub and paint the rig.
- Perform maintenance on the rig as instructed.
- Work at different heights above ground level on rig equipment.
- Be able to use hand tools.
- Be able to work a 7x7 work schedule, twelve hours a day. On occasion, be able to work additional hours when called upon.
- Valves (Piping)