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Completions Superintendent

Job Summary
Responsible for the completion and workover activities on new and existing wells.
Duties/Responsibilities
Oversee activities of completion foremen performing around the clock completion, well service, and workover operations
Analyze operational challenges and recommend changes in techniques and procedures to completion foremen, completion engineers, and completion manager when implementing changes is paramount to success of operations or economics of given project
Consults with Completion manager on higher risk/complex problems and projects
Performs post completion appraisal and provides recommendations for cost and operational efficiency improvement
Ensure accuracy, code, and approve all invoices for services to projects under their control
Establish and maintain good working relationships with vendors, surface owners, and others involved with the completion of wells
Mentor less seasoned supervision staff on all phases of Completions projects
Monitors completion operations, costs and efficiencies
Solves minor problems with little supervision
Tracks costs and operational efficiency on a daily basis and reports trends
Other duties as assigned
Skills
Excellent analytical, interpersonal and organizational skills
Strong communication skills, both written and oral
Proficient computer skills
Proven team player
Strong conflict management skills
Excellent time management skills
Works well in a fast paced environment
HPHT operational skills
Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in Petroleum Engineering or related engineering discipline from an accredited College or University is preferred
At least twelve years of recent and related experience
Hazwopper Certification, H2S Training, First Aid/CPR Certification
Experience with Wellview
Valid driver's license
An acceptable pre-employment background and drug test
Physical Requirements
Ability to stand, stoop, walk, carry instruments, climb ladders and navigate tank stairs.
Occasional bending, crouching, pulling and kneeling to check equipment and gauges, open and close valves and supervise repairs.
Ability to lift up to (20 pounds) without assistance.
Ability to one arm carry up to (10 pounds) without assistance.
Must be able to exert up to 20 lbs. of force occasionally and up to 10 lbs. frequently to move or manipulate objects.
Ability to work significant amounts of time as required in completing job responsibilities.
Daily driving of approximately 90 miles or more as required completing assigned jobs and/or repairs.
Exposure to and driving in all weather conditions, including extreme heat, extreme cold, sun, rain, hail, sleet, high winds, etc. to inspect and evaluate equipment and locations.
Working environment includes exposure to extremely loud noises in field, hazardous chemicals, and hydrocarbons that may be under extreme pressure for which appropriate safety measures are required.
Working with moving machinery/equipment parts for which extreme caution must be taken.
The ability to inspect and have close visual acuity to perform activities.
The ability to perform fine manipulation with hands and fingers.

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