Your planned career:
Working on-site at our client locations, the Field Engineer will be in a technical and operational role, learning and using our equipment. The intent will be to use this role as a learning step to a Field Leader role, where you will gain the knowledge to manage multiple different crews, problem-solving and strategically planning our operations. Once promoted to a Field Leader position you will perform QC/QA daily while on shift, provide leadership from an operational, quality and safety standpoint, and provide clear and concise communication to the client. The Field Engineer role is a progression role where Engineers will develop their skill set to deliver quality operations, learning our equipment, attending substantial training and developing both technical and tactical skills needed for an HRO environment.
What you will do:
Understanding and assisting in job designs, job design and job execution for cementing applications.
Performing tasks with data acquisition software
Providing on-site computer modeling and data acquisition software support
Build knowledge of all cement mixing and pumping equipment
Gain the subject matter expertise on our cement chemicals and additives
Understanding and monitoring pressure matching
Preparing and distributing post job reports and invoicing
Performing tasks to ensure quality assurance of all on-site materials
Performing tasks to track material delivery rates for quality control and on-site inventory management
Responsible for all on-site sampling
Communicating with on-site customers in a professional manner
Providing additional support for multiple crews
Perform all required job calculations for all cement jobs
Rig up/down backside equipment as needed and learn how to run and troubleshoot
Travel to and from well site to assist in performing engineering functions.
Attending all required on the job training, classroom-based and online training and working through your progression plans.
What you need:
Bachelor's Degree in Civil, Mechanical, Chemical or Industrial Engineering/Science preferred
Experience in or knowledge of Process Engineering is a plus
Experience with process improvement techniques (Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma, etc.)
Must have strong computer skills with a strong knowledge of Microsoft products
Working knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, technical skill, leadership techniques, production methods, and coordination of people and resources
Must be able to work and communicate effectively with all levels of co-workers, clients, and external contacts
Must be able to learn company-specific applications
Must have a satisfactory driving record
Willing to work flexible schedule and travel as needed
We are looking for candidates who are willing to travel to different locations