Dedicated Frac Field Supervisor and effective leader who excels at using proven methods and cutting-edge technology to successfully cut costs, streamline operations and increase productivity.
As a Frac Field Supervisor for Tucker Energy Services my primary duties were to oversee the frac operations and services offered by T.E.S. while offering 48 hour projection reports to our customers and internal department managers. Also, I was tasked with the scheduling of third party services for support of our operations. My additional duties included but were not limited to:
As a Service Supervisor for Consolidated Oil Well Service I was responsible for all aspects of the fracturing process for our customers, including but not limited to:
As a lathe operator at Simmons Machine Works I was responsible for working with any third party pipe inspectors to identify any faulty drill pipe, drill collars and casing. Upon identifying faulty pipe an assessment would be made by me whether or not the thread ends or box ends could be salvaged and re-threaded or if the ends needed to be removed and re-manufactured. If the ends had to be re-manufactured it was my responsibility to load the pipe into the lathe and re-manufacture the ends.
As a Stimulation Service Manager at Great White Pressure Pumping my primary duties included communicating with our sales department for the scheduling of upcoming frac's, dispatch frac equipment and personnel with a service date, consult with our customers on location with any questions they may have concerning any "down hole" issues during the frac. My other responsibilities included but were not limited to:
A comprehensive 40 hour course required by BP North America in order to be placed on their P.I.C. (person -in -charge) regional registry. This course included subject matter such as Safety and environmental impact, Job Safety and Environmental Analysis, Efficiency and time management, Control of Work.
A comprehensive 9 month course in Diesel Technology where I studied The History of Diesel Engines, The Theory and Principles of Diesel Engines, Automotive Electronics, Failure Analysis, Engine Re-Build, Precision instruments, and Preventive maintenance. This course gave me the knowledge to compete against all participating Technology Centers in Oklahoma and win first place in the Oklahoma Skills USA Diesel Technology competition. This win at the state level qualified me to compete at the national level against the finest Technology Centers from across the nation where I placed 16th in the country. I obtained a state certification for Preventive Maintenance and Diesel Engine Repair and a national ASE certification for Diesel Technician.
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