Network Control Operator Job Description Sample
Network Control Operator
Network Control Operator
Location: Knoxville, TN
Duration: 4-5 months
- The Network Control Operator will be responsible for performing duties to ensure the on-air integrity of multiple cable programming feeds and respond to emergency situations that may affect on-air programming.
Candidate will be doing:
Monitor technical aspects of Network Operations and ensures the integrity of all uplink and downlink transmissions signals within a continuous broadcast operations environment.
Perform quality control checks on material related to but not limited to programming for network brands, promotional and commercial inventory.
Perform data entry into databases containing information related to but not limited to programming for network brands, promotional material and commercial inventory.
Log Management including editing logs and playlists.
Media management including verifying all assets are available for air.
Operate all required broadcast and computer equipment (Training will be provided.)
Candidate need to have:
Ability to troubleshoot and act on broadcast problems.
High School diploma or equivalent required.
Minimum of 1-year experience in broadcasting or production.
Organization and time management skills
Operation monitoring skills
Ability to hear and discriminate sounds
Ability to multitask
Ability to document and record information
Data entry skills
Ability to work to a deadline on time sensitive issues
Basic IT experience a plus
Knowledge of and ability to use personal computer and related office software, including Microsoft office applications
Manager I - Network Control Systems - Lead Software Developer
- Hy-Rail Limits Compliance Systems (HLCS)
- Positive Train Control (PTC)
- Train Management Dispatch System (TMDS)
- The supporting Geographic Information System (GIS)
- Lead and guide 1-4 member development team
- Analyze requirements for complex technical projects to propose solutions
- Assist in the design of solutions
- Help develop business cases
- Design product specifications
- Help understand user acceptance criteria
- Contribute to the creation of accurate project estimates and timelines
- Provide timely and accurate updates on team progress
- Communicate changes to project plans
- Develop implementation plans
- Ensure customer satisfaction
- Assist in research of complex technical issues
- Analyze new technology and recommend adoptions to address complex issues
- Openly express ideas and share technical and/or business knowledge
- Collaborating with PTC system vendors to understand Interface Control Documentation (ICD), product driver information and concepts of operations in order to ensure proper system integration considerations have been properly adhered to.
- Representing BNSF in the various industry level collaboration groups associated with developing the requirements for Interoperable PTC to ensure BNSF’s interests are protected.
- Ensuring Train Control Systems function appropriately and are technically sound and secure.
- Developing continuous improvement processes to assist with controlling costs, and improving efficiency to meet operating goals.
- Assisting in the planning and execution of processes and procedures that increase system reliability and availability; participating in disaster recovery procedures.
- Assisting in the planning, coordination, and authorization of updates, outages, maintenance windows, and any other activities that could impact the availability of the Train Control Systems.
- Assisting in root cause analysis of PTC system hardware, software, operating and messaging systems.
- Ensuring compliance with BNSF's policies, safety and operating rules, schedule agreements, and government regulations.
- Collaborating and providing input on best practices for software development and technology and methodology.
- Participating and influencing the development and execution of multiple project plans and determine resource allocation for Train Control and Operations Technology systems.
- Developing estimates, identifying tasks, and sequencing pertaining to complex technical activities relating to managing projects for Train Control Systems.
- Maintaining, monitoring, analyzing, and tuning system performance.
- Suggesting opportunities for improvement in practices for software development processes, technology, and methodology.
- Maintaining documentation for continuous improvement.
- Communicating, presenting, and recommending solutions in a timely manner.
- Supporting management and team members in order to meet goals of the projects.
- Leveraging external resources to solve problems.
- Communicating openly and effectively regarding development tasks, schedules, status, and designs to ensure dissemination of technical solutions.
- C# and .Net Framework (5+ years)
- Windows desktop applications (3+ years)
- Windows server applications (3+ years)
- Object Oriented development
- SQL server (5+ years)
- Bachelors in Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering, or a related field.
- Experience with ASP.NET Web forms and MVC applications
- Experience with CAD, TSS, TMDS, GIS and PTC
- Experience with railroad operations
- Experience leading a team of developers
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Centralized Traffic Control Operator - Ls&I Railroad
Direct and coordinate the safe movement of railroad traffic in a specified territory.
This position is a Full-Time, seasonal position determined by the shipping season on the Great Lakes.
Primary Activities and
Ensure compliance with all railroad rules, procedures and regulations for safety, operations and the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA).
Direct and coordinate railroad traffic, issue permits and authorities, monitor all rail movements and maintain computerized records of all activities.
Know assigned territory and keep informed of changes in the physical characteristics
Maintain familiarity with scheduled trains, destinations, times of arrival and departures.
Communicate with personnel on weather or any environmental conditions affecting train movement
Coordinate movement of trains according to operating plan and customer needs
Monitor train and track movements
Remotely control track switches, traffic signals, applying and removing blocking devices
Report alleged violations of operating rules and any irregularities relating to the movement of trains
Plan in advance for smooth and efficient movement of priority trains, trains containing hazardous material or restricted shipments, meets/passes to avoid unnecessary delays
Coordinate track usage with Maintenance of Way Department personnel
Crew calling and any other duties as assigned by supervisor
High School Diploma or equivalent.
Valid Driver's License and eligible to be insured under the LS&I vehicle insurance company.
Previous railroad experience preferred.
Excellent reading, communication and computer data entry skills.
Must be proficient in Microsoft Office programs.
Must have the ability to become and remain General Code of Operating Rules (GCOR) qualified.
Will be subject to CFR Part 219 Control of Alcohol & Drug Use and CFR Part 228 Covered Service Regulations.
Ensure compliance with all railroad rules and regulations for safety, operations and Federal Railroad Administration (FRA). Must practice safe work habits to prevent on the job accidents and injuries. Must utilize all protective equipment as assigned/required.
Must have the ability and willingness to understand and apply safety rules, practice safe work habits, identify safety risks and avoid potentially risky behaviors and situations.
Must have the ability to effectively and accurately understand, interpret, reference, evaluate, organize and record non-technical and technical information.
Must have the ability to perform basic arithmetic operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and conversion of fractions into decimals and decimals to fractions to solve practical problems.
Develop and maintain positive working relationships with co-workers and supervisors.
May be required to permanently fill other assignments or positions by appointment per the Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Lake Superior & Ishpeming Railroad operates 24 hours per day, 7 days per week in all weather conditions. You will be required to work various shifts, overtime, holidays and weekends.
All positions require pre-employment background verification, physical and pre-employment drug/alcohol screening.
Must be available to work 365 days a year - days, nights, weekends and holidays.
Control Room Operator
The Control Room Operator located in Cupertino CA serves as the focal point for the monitoring and analysis of risks that may affect the operations of a global corporation. The Control Room Operator provides timely communications and actionable intelligence for company leaders to support the protection of people, infrastructure and the business.
NOTE: Schedule of position is Swing Shift position
About the position:
The Control Room Operator, under the guidance of the GSOC Supervisor, is responsible for monitoring the safety and security of the corporation's employees, facilities and property worldwide. Using a variety of tools that range from global access control and alarm monitoring system to various business intelligence sources, open source media, internet and in-house tools, the Operator is required to detect, analyze and alert others regarding any adverse conditions to the corporation and its employees. These may range from extreme weather conditions to political instability, crime, terror, or technical failures.
Primary duties and responsibilities include:
Assisting company employees in all concerns that pertain to safety and security.
Conducting ongoing review of multiple systems and sources to detect potential risks.
Monitoring travel safety and security of the company's employees.
Investigating alarms and responding by sending a patrol, or alerting Fire services or Police as needed.
Notifying and coordinating a corporate response by a distribution of advisories and other communications.
Compiling daily reports and incident reports.
Conducting in-depth risk analysis for locations or events.
Presenting complex risk scenarios to corporate managers upon request.
Minimum Qualification Requirements:
High School diploma and some college (AA).
Strong Customer Service skills
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Some experience in conducting research/analysis.
Ability to multitask in a fast passed, at times stressed work environment.
Strong team player.
Comfortable with high-tech work environment, and constant learning of new tools and innovations.
Flexibility to work all shifts, and willingness to assist the team with overtime when needed.
Good working knowledge of Office tools.
Self motivated, curious, knowledgeable pertaining to news and current events.
Must possess valid California Guard Card.
What we can offer:
Health, Dental and Vision benefits, plus access to dependent coverage and a varietyof other benefits
Eligibility to contribute to a 401k Plan after the first year of employment
Paid Time Off
A dynamic and challenging work environment
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Network Control Specialist
Job Title: Network Control Specialist
Job Code: ES20191101-29586
Location: Melbourne, FL
Provide technical support for large private communications network.
Handle first line of support for customer and field calls into an operations center.
Log calls and perform preliminary investigations into reported network issues.
Create trouble tickets and initiate workflow for problem resolution.
Monitor, analyze, and troubleshoot network problems within an operations center utilizing network management and monitoring tools.
Employs various test methods used to remotely analyze fractional Enterprise Data networks including fractional T1; T1; fractional T3; T3; Ethernet; IP; and RF.
Interprets equipment alarms in the network on premise equipment or telco's network and move forward towards service restoration.
Resolve problems using internal and external groups as needed to correct trouble on the network and interact with the customer.
This position is part of a 24x7 network control environment. Shift and workday flexibility is required.
- Bachelor's degree in Telecommunications Engineering, Networking, Information Technology or related field, and 6 years of related experience.
- 6+ years of experience that requires physical layer and routed technologies experience.
- 6 years of experience networking technologies experience with RF, SONET and Time Division Multiplexing.
- 6+ years of experience with Network Management systems and tools.
- 6+ years of experience in remote maintenance and repair of the following network equipment: Cisco, Eastern Research, APC, and Aviat.
Preferred Additional Skills:
Previous experience in telecommunication call centers.
Prior experience required in maintaining high service levels in a demanding customer support services environment.
Experience in UNIX and Remote Access solutions is a plus.
Experience with call center phone systems and ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
Ability to support short-term emergency evacuation to local or remote backup facilities.
Please be aware that many of our positions require a security clearance, or the ability to obtain one. Security clearances may only be granted to U.S. citizens. In addition, applicants who accept a conditional offer of employment may be subject to government security investigation(s) and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
By submitting your résumé for this position, you understand and agree that Harris Corporation may share your résumé, as well as any other related personal information or documentation you provide, with its subsidiaries and affiliated companies for the purpose of considering you for other available positions.
Harris is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We consider applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability, genetic information, citizenship status, or membership in any other group protected by federal, state or local law.
Candidates will support Environment, Health and Safety by fulfilling the Harris EHS Policy, complying with Harris EHS programs and applicable regulations, and striving for continual EHS improvement.
Manager, Network Control Center (Ncc)
Zayo Group Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: ZAYO) provides communications infrastructure solutions, including fiber and bandwidth connectivity, colocation and cloud infrastructure to the world's leading businesses. Customers include wireless and wireline carriers, media and content companies, cloud providers, finance and professional services and other large enterprises. Zayo provides customers with flexible solutions and self-service through Tranzact, an innovative online platform for managing and purchasing bandwidth.
The Manager, NCC provides direction, leadership, and supervision of NCC Technicians during daily network monitoring, repair, and maintenance activities. The NCC operates 24 hours a day 7 days a week and therefore requires management oversight to support the team. This role may support 1st, 2nd, or 3rd shift staff.
Develop, mentor, and train the NCC staff.
Seek to improve processes and procedures with the goal of delivering the highest level of service to our customers.
Develop, document, implement, and maintain processes and procedures for the day-to-day operations with NCC management's guidance.
Promote a strong culture committed to service quality through the successful execution of repeatable, well-designed processes.
Monitor the status of alarms, alerts, Salesforce tickets, and processes to ensure daily dispatches and repairs are being completed timely.
Communicate policy and procedural changes to the NCC staff.
Make recommendations for changes and improvements and communicate them to NCC management team.
Generate reports for the NCC management team in regards to service availability, MTTR, overall customer and network volumes.
Oversee and manage special projects as needed.
Maintain center objectives as assigned by NCC management team.
Ensure continual process improvement within the NCC, including but not limited to, automation of NCC tasks and reporting, initiatives, and routine administrative tasks.
Maintain communication with NCC management team during outages until issues are resolved.
Develop and drive improvements to processes and procedures utilizing root cause analysis.
Identify and interview candidate(s) for the NCC team, when needed.
Monitor customer/network work queues to ensure 100% compliance with SLAs and to ensure all cases are being assigned on a daily basis.
Ensure that NCC Technicians are working network and customer outages as efficiently and effectively as possible to meet customer and NCC expectations.
Daily review of the NCC shift hand-off report to ensure that dispatches, tasks, and maintenance projects are consistently completed on time.
Assist with administering performance reviews.
The Manager, NCC is required to be on call and/or work various shifts (such as weekends and/or evenings.)
Associate's degree or equivalent from two-year College or technical school; or six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience with accounting software, contact management systems (Salesforce) and Microsoft Office.
Analytical thinking, ability to problem solve.
Ability to manage and coordinate projects.
Ability to review fiber network drawings and determine area of damage based on Optical Time Domain Reflectometer traces.
Understands fiber and cable characteristics.
Familiar with fiber optic and cable installation and maintenance handling.
Must possess the ability to manage customer situations. Ability to respond in a professional manner to customer complaints and issues.
Ability to clearly communicate both verbally and in written communication.
Must have experience as a team leader or supervisor.
Extensive knowledge of the following Transmission and TCP/IP standard telecommunication practices and technologies:
Ethernet and IP Networking
BGP, OSPF, RIP, MPLS, VPLS, ELAN, ELINE Spanning Tree Protocols
Cisco and Juniper Operating Systems
Excellent benefits including health, dental, vision, 401 (k), disability and life insurance
Fitness membership discounts
Generous paid time off policy including paid parental leave
Control Room Operator
NRG is the leading integrated power company in the U.S., built on the strength of our diverse competitive electric generation portfolio and leading retail electricity platform. A Fortune 500 company, NRG creates value through best-in-class operations, reliable and efficient electric generation, and a retail platform serving residential and commercial businesses. Working with electricity customers large and small, we implement sustainable solutions for producing and managing energy, developing smarter energy choices and delivering exceptional service as our retail electricity providers serve almost three million residential and commercial customers throughout the country.
More information is available at www.nrg.com. Connect with NRG Energy on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @nrgenergy.
The CRO is responsible for the safe, reliable, efficient, and environmentally compliant operation of all Plant equipment under his/her control in accordance with written plant procedures and under the direction of Operations Management and the Shift Team Lead. In the absence of specific orders and/or directives, the CRO exercises initiative, using experience and good judgment in Plant operation. Complies with company policies including those concerning safety, environmental, and conduct of operations.
Firm understanding of the safety and environmental over production expectations at NRG.
Follows NRG Conduct of Operations.
Provides safe, efficient, reliable and environmentally sound operation of power plant equipment from the Control Room including, gas turbines, generators, plant auxiliary equipment and systems during normal and emergency operation controlling flow of electrical energy.
Recognize safety hazards and follows safety guidelines for personal protection, protection of fellow workers and the protection of the public.
Assist in providing skill enhancement training to other personnel, and on-the-job training to Plant Operators.
Knowledgeable of environmental rules and regulations, and effectively apply them to all work situations.
Perform equipment manipulations from DCS or in the field as required.
Manipulate equipment to support Lockout/Tagout process.
Assist in troubleshooting operational problems.
Apply knowledge of steam power plant operations and basic power plant principles to daily decision-making and work tasks.
Operate computers, printers, and associated software to support plant operational and reporting needs.
Discern and respond to verbal and auditory signals from operating system.
Work without supervision.
Power Plant Environment - Work both inside and outside in all temperatures and climate conditions in accordance with procedures.
Work with large rotating equipment, energized electrical equipment in high noise areas, and/or in confined places, on elevations in excess of 150 feet , or from platforms at heights of 5 feet or greater.
Must be prepared to work irregular or rotating shifts and respond to emergency callout 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
Ability to work in mentally stressful environments: must be able to react to crises where immediate action is required to correct or curtail potentially damaging or hazardous situations.
Work with and around hazardous and non-hazardous materials (reference the waste management guidance manual).
High School diploma or GED.
3-5 years Plant Operator experience in a Power Plant environment
Qualified Control Room Operator with demonstrated control room experience
Successful candidates must have a score of Recommended on the NRG pre-employment assessment
Strong operational knowledge and experience in operation of GE7FA/HRSG combined cycle equipment, steam turbines & auxiliaries, and water plant operations.
Successful completion of Gregory plant specific operations up to and including Control Room Operations Training Program.
Additional Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs):
Provide guidance and leadership to the plant through normal and abnormal plant operations while ensuring team safety, environmental compliance, and plant reliability.
Knowledge of steam power plant system operations and basic power plant principles to daily decision making and work tasks.
Knowledge of and ability to operate various equipment controls with a firm understanding of the effect each has on the total operation.
Strong knowledge of plant systems in order to effectively implement LOTO program.
Ability to work without supervision inspection while carrying out duties.
Ability to perform multiple task or assignments at the same time.
Ability to use a personal computer and associated software
Ability to receive, analyze, comprehend, and input data (DCS, Mark VIe, etc.).
Ability to troubleshoot problems and make sound decisions to resolve them based on skill area knowledge of plant operations and equipment.
Ability to work successfully in a team environment and to direct activities of others and provide job instructions.
Ability to positively influence others toward appropriate actions.
Demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and listening ability to communicate effectively with management, co-workers, clients, and vendors, equipment, plant, or system conditions.
Ability to use addition, subtraction, multiplication and division to perform flow, pressure and meter calculation.
Ability to learn mechanical & electrical controls, equipment and power plant equipment operation.
Ability to monitor, record, and analyze data available through the use of shift logs, instruments, recording charts, annunciator systems and other monitoring devices.
Ability to read and interpret blueprints, schematic diagrams, procedures and technical manuals.
Ability to discern and respond to verbal and auditory signals from control panel.
Ability to discern assorted colors
Ability to assist others in performance testing.
Ability to Lockout/Tagout equipment per NRG's Lockout/Tagout program.
Ability to implement Plant Emergency Procedures as needed.
Valid Texas driver's license.
Climb stairways, ladders, and work from aerial devices.
Daily work expectation requires ability to perform tasks by walking, standing, sitting, kneeling, crouching, squatting, twisting, pushing, pulling, , climbing, and working with hand tools (up to 25 pounds) in position above and below head, and extended from body to complete repairs.
Lift, carry, position and use tools and/or equipment (weighing up to 50 lbs.) in awkward positions, stoop and bend to reach valves, pull on chain-falls or come-a-longs.
Ability to twist the body and neck while driving company vehicles or operating company equipment.
Performance of duties may cause frequent jarring of the body.
Must be able to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) as required i.e.…steel-toed boots, goggles, safety glasses, chemical PPE, etc.
Have ability to discern and respond to verbal and auditory signals.
Ability to discern assorted colors.
Meet NRG fitness for duty requirements.
This job description reflects an assignment of essential functions it does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned. Other duties and tasks may be assigned to this job at the Company's discretion.
NRG Energy is committed to a drug and alcohol free workplace. To the extent permitted by law and any applicable collective bargaining agreement, employees are subject to periodic random drug testing, and post-accident and reasonable suspicion drug and alcohol testing. EOE AA M/F/Protected Veteran Status/Disability
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Level, Title and/or Salary may be adjusted based on the applicant's experience or skills.
Official description on file with Human Resources
Central Control Room Operator - Deer Park, TX
The Praxair CCR (Central Control Room) Operator is responsible for the safe, reliable, and efficient operation of an air separation facility in Deer Park, Texas.
As the CCR operator, you will be tasked with running several plants in the region remotely from the central control room.
Employees in this role will be the primary board operator for several plants. You will be charged with ensuring plants are run optimally, and all process upsets / alarms are responded to accordingly.
You will be working remotely with several plants, so strong communication skills are essential. You will be working with field technicians, lead techs, engineers and management on a daily basis.
Day to day will have you tracking trends for anomalies, checking all processes of the plants, starting/shutting down equipment as needed, and communicating any changes made to the plants
This role is on a 12 hour swing shift (dupont schedule)
Start up, shut down, and operate the production processes.
Acknowledge and follow up with plant alarms
Find inefficiencies and optimization opportunities with the plants
Assist in day to day activities at the plant as needed
Follow SOPs for highly regulated plant processes and procedures
Documentation, logs, and other administrative duties.
Participate in any plant initiatives
Maintain all Safety, Quality, Environmental, and Compliance activities
SKILLS and ATTRIBUTES
Dependable and honest
Safety commitment and compliance with procedures
Ability to learn and understand industrial processes
Ability to read Process and Instrumentation Diagrams
Competency with computers, Microsoft applications (specifically Word and Excel), email, and process control computer systems
Trouble shooting and diagnostics
Process understanding, process control schematic interpretation
Communications, both verbal and written
Praxair has advancement opportunities for employees who demonstrate advanced skills in plant operations and have a strong sense of ownership. Safety performance, successful operations, and proven leadership are required. Advancement can lead to careers in Technical Support, Management, Engineering, Safety, Sales, and other positions.
The CCR Operator must be able to sit, stand, climb, walk, read, talk, see and hear, to perform the essential functions of this job. Although the CCR operator works primarily indoors in the central control room, they may be required to assist in the field. Additional activities for this job are:
Walking on flat or uneven surfaces and in areas of crushed stone on a daily basis.
Bending, stooping, and working from just above the ground to 6 foot elevation.
Use of stairs, ladders, and scaffolding for elevated work.
Lift up to 45 lbs.
Upper body work activities, including using wrenches, hammers, and similar hand tools.
Use of chemical personal protective equipment (PPE).
On Call, and required to cover shifts for vacation, sick coverage, training, etc
High School Degree required
Associate's or Bachelor's degree in a technical field preferred
Must be willing to work a 12 hour swing shift (Dupont schedule)
Being familiar with PLC or similar control systems is preferred
Understanding of distillation and cryogenics preferred
2 - 5 years of experience is highly desirable in many of the following fields:
Air separation, oil refining, or similar complex process control operations
Instrumentation and control
General maintenance of industrial equipment
Compressors and compressor maintenance
Industrial mechanical maintenance
Industrial electrical or electrician
Industrial Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Military technical fields
Machinist Mates, Electrician Mates, Nuclear Technician, Gas Turbine Technicians, Boiler Technicians, Cryogenic Technicians.
Master Control Operator - Freelance
The energy of a newsroom. The pace of a trading floor. The buzz of a recent tech breakthrough. We work hard, and we work fast - while keeping up the quality and accuracy we're known for. It's what keeps us inventing and reinventing, all the time. "Our culture is wide open, just like our spaces." We bring out the best in each other. And through our countless volunteer projects, we help bring out the best in the communities around us, too. You can do amazing work here. Work you couldn't do anywhere else. It's up to you to make it happen.
Bloomberg is looking for an individual who is focused, flexible, and proficient in several aspects of broadcast operations within a 24 hour live news environment.
We'll trust you to:
Coordinate inbound and outbound transmissions, as well as manage transmissions vendors
Manage Video/Audio compression codecs, web streaming and transmission technologies
Check-in remote guests, colour correct feeds, and operate audio/video routing systems
You'll need to have:
A Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
Knowledge of colour correcting feeds and QC'ing remote guests
Knowledge of RTS PAP IFB assignment panel
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
Experience with Satellite, Fiber and IP technologies. Live U knowledge is a plus
Ability to work early AM and overnight hours, as well as the weekend
If this sounds like you:
Apply if you think we're a good match and we'll get in touch with you to let you know next steps.
US New Iberia: Pressure Control Operator II/ Iii/ IV
We are looking for the right people — people who want to innovate, achieve, grow and lead. We attract and retain the best talent by investing in our employees and empowering them to develop themselves and their careers. Experience the challenges, rewards and opportunity of working for one of the world's largest providers of products and services to the global energy industry.
Under general supervision, performs pre-job product and service equipment preparation (assembly, test, mobilization), and with product installation at the well site.
Assists with post-job demobilization, clean up, and repair of service equipment and products.
Develops a basic understanding of energy industry activities and jargon, and Pressure Control products and services such as general completion processes and procedures, both at the shop and at the well site.
Completes all well site and post-job paperwork. Demonstrate knowledge and skills related to HSE related activities - site assessments and risk analyses, onsite safety meetings, PPE use, documentation, etc.
Job tasks, correctly performed, have minimal impact upon the viability of the organization.
Must Have: High School Diploma or Equivalent (Technical School Diploma or Military Training a plus)
- Minimum of 9 months industry related experience.(Must have Wireline Pressure Control Experience
- No exceptions) Must have knowledge of Pressure Control equipment
Must be able to execute written and verbal instructions and effectively exchange information with peers and superiors that will increase the likelihood of job success.
Must be able to work as an effective team member. Have ability to perform basic mathematical calculations involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division is required.
Basic reading comprehension and writing skills are required. Basic computer skills are preferred.
Must have completed Forklift training and any specific training requirements for the location.
Water Survival and Safety certification may be required based on location.
Class E driver's license required. Dependable transportation is required.
Will work 5 days per week first 60 - 90 days
45 50 hours per week, then work 21 days on 7 days off
Offshore (Day rate added to hourly rate)
Must live within one hour of the shop
Submit Resume with application
This is not an entry level position
Candidates having qualifications that exceed the minimum job requirements will receive consideration for higher level roles given (1) their experience, (2) additional job requirements, and/or (3) business needs. Depending on education, experience, and skill level, a variety of job opportunities might be available, including Pressure Control Operator II, Pressure Control Operator III or Pressure Control Operator
- PWR IV - Slickline
Halliburton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
719 Hanger Dr, New Iberia, Louisiana, 70560, United States
Requisition Number: 60341
Experience Level: Experienced Hire
Job Family: Operations
Product Service Line: Wireline and Perforating
Full Time / Part Time: Full Time
Additional Locations for this position:
Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.
Nearest Major Market: Lafayette Louisiana
Job Segment: Equipment Operator, Warehouse, Forklift, Manufacturing
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