my name is Juan Ruiz and I've been in the oil field for four years. I strongly live by the term of doing it right the first time, I believe shortcuts can lead to a worse off situation witch can lead to something getting damaged or someone being hurt or even killed. I also live by work smart and not hard even though I'm hard working, I'd have to say that one of my best skills would be that I strive to learn and retain information very well . I always try to make the job better or easier that wont be cost effective. I'm great at delegating task to my former employees and always try to think ahead to get the task at hand finished in a timely manner.
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As an eo3a of almost 3 years and backside lead my duties consisted of spotting all backside equipment, being chemical trailer, blender and also hydration, I'm also very knowledgeable in running all three pieces of equipment and rigging up, a normal rig up and a reverse rig up to the required max rate requested by customer. I can also determine if chemicals rates need to be changed if there is a shortage of chemicals on site, adjust denso rates on blender and inline to match set point of propant (sand), can also determine set points for requested lbs for HVG (gel) and how long it'll take to reach the blender . great at trouble shooting and determining priority as needed. finally for the past nine months I've been playing the role of backside lead and training new Eo's as they come in to fully operate the equipment assigned to them. And in these past three months I was being trained to run pump down, but was needed more outside. I can also perform pump maintenance, fluid end swaps and full rebuilds and also have some knowledge on running the line . I'm a quick learner and as of one being human I truly believe in only making a mistake once and learning from it. I believe I would be a great asset to the company if given a chance . thank you
Being a vacuum truck driver with key energy would consist of a daily routine, be punctual and ready for work. we would begin the day by performing our morning meetings, and go over our JSA . Then we would perform our tuck inspection from top to bottom making sure that all equipment is in working order and in compliance to DOT regulations, consisting of Dot regulated log books and all safety equipment ass needed inside, road triangles, fire extinguisher, SDS and road cones . Once that is done we would radio dispatch to begine the the first load . As we get our first load I would pick a safe route and begin my travels . upon arriving to location frac, drilling or just to pull salt water from salt water tanks I would obay all lease roads and location rules. And for what ever we would haul that day I would dispose of the contents at a salt water disposal. As the day has ended and back at the yard once again we would do our walk around a post trip of the day.
As an ex lead shop technician the company would make and refurbish gates and seats for the oilfield industry. My duties would include that all materials needed for shipment would meet all the customers specifications and deadlines. myself and others in the lapping room would mill down all the gates and seats to specifications down to the millimeter . Quality is one thing that we all had in common and it still stands till this day.
As a B processor for Trinity heads inc my duties would consist of inspecting all rail car heads for any discrepancies being physical or clerical. Once the heads would pass through my hands we would stage the according to size and or order . custom government orders were also apart of my duties wich also had very strict guidelines to follow.
Being a processor in this line of work has made me pay attention to detail and perfection.
As a quality auditor my duties would consist of inspecting roll packs, in those roll packs would be any number of amount of air bags or harnesses, once merchandise would meet the customers quantities I would make sure that all shipping numbers on roll packs would match the load sheet, once roll packs matched load sheet next would be to staging them to the correct dock for loading.
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