Wireline Field Engineer - (Service Supervisor) - Cresson, TX

Purpose / Role Summary
The Wireline Field Engineer is directly responsible for delivery of services at the well site, in terms of safety, quality and operational efficiency. This position manages the preparation and dispatch of completion equipment and the execution of services in the field.
Reporting Line
Reports directly to the District Ops Manager or District Manager
Supervise the Operator(s) Crew
Job Functions (but not limited to):
Run cement bond log/theory.
Run temperature log.
Attend 24 hour radiation school
Run neutron log/theory
Advanced warrior logging system.
Pump down operations.
Run mechanical services on drilling rig/coil tubing. (Free point, Jet cut, Chemical cut, ect...)
Advanced warrior logging system.
Run Gamma Ray/CCL and correlate to log.
Run stuck pipe log/theory.
Run outside back-off.
Horizontal pipe recovery.
Managing the operator crew
Managing Operator Crew's hours worked and time sheets
Competent in basic Warrior logging system
Maintenance of assigned equipment
Advising customers well site representative(s) in logging and completion operations
Interpreting log data as needed
Troubleshooting and other well site analysis and decision making processes
Participation in the recommendation of hiring and dismissing of Operators.
Oversight and approval of Operator(s) work hours for payroll purposes.
All QES employees have stop work authority.
Qualifications and Skills
Education Requirements
High School diploma or equivalent; Associate or Bachelor's degree preferred.
Professional Experience
Minimum of four years relevant experience or two years as Wireline Service Supervisor I.
Licenses, Certificates, Credentials, and Other Requirements
Must have and maintain a valid state issued CDL (Commercial Driver's License) with hazmat endorsement.
Must have or be able to obtain and maintain a valid Employee Possessor issued by the ATF (Department of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms).
A satisfactory driving record per company policies and background with no felonies are also required for this job.
Supervisory Well Control license
Skill Sets
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each key responsibility satisfactorily and handle multiple tasks with a minimum of supervision.
Skill Level Working knowledge and the ability to perform duties with minimal direction
Patience and the ability to work with others also play a vital role in the teamwork required to complete these tasks successfully.
Work Hours
Work hours are determined by job specifics. Can be up to 12 hours a day and typically Monday to Friday with some weekend work.
May be required to stay on location over night for extended periods.
There may also be a requirement to visit and work at other company locations.
Primary Work Environment

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