This is a multi-faceted position that supports all organizations in the Kuparuk field. This position serves as a single point of contact for all user groups requesting equipment and services. Candidate should have excellent communication aptitude with strong radio, telephone, documentation, and organizational skills. |
· Must have a good working knowledge of oil field equipment and logistics.
· Procures rental construction equipment from equipment suppliers to fill short term field needs as requested.
· Responsible for managing the fleet vehicle pool, cranes, man lifts, non-mobile, and off-road equipment.
· Coordinates field services support in response to vehicle recoveries.
· Acts as a single point of contact during foul weather conditions to determine travel restrictions and coordinate convoys during Phase 2 and Phase 3 conditions.
· Responsible for managing manifest system for Class 1 and Class 2 waste disposal.
· Must be able to dispatch and track locations of equipment throughout the Kuparuk field.
· Must demonstrate strong computer skills: responsible for updating databases, updating computer-based logs, and generating usage reports.
· Must be familiar with Fleet Focus, SAP, EMS, and have experience with Microsoft Office products such as Word and Excel.
· Support AES zero-incident safety culture and assume personal accountability and responsibility for safe work practices in all projects, activities, and operations.
Minimum Education and Experience
Minimum 3 years experience in the Kuparuk field, with knowledge of drill site locations and layout required. Experience in the oil and gas industry and in the arctic environment preferred. Proficiency with Microsoft Office required.
Valid drivers license required. Driving record must meet Company requirements. North Slope Training Cooperative (NSTC) safety training certification may be required.
A candidate must be able to meet the following non-exclusive requirements:
1. Meet the AES Driver License and Records Policy. AES Driver Licenses and Records policy.
2. Take and pass a pre-employment drug test which may include both UA and hair testing.
3. Meet the physical requirements of this position including working in a remote location under arctic conditions.
The availability of this position is contingent upon the Companys continued operational needs once training is completed.
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