The Work Over / Completions Foreman is responsible for the supervision of oil and gas well workover and completion operations. Ensure safe and efficient production from an oil or gas well during exploration and/or development. Schedules and coordinates daily activities of subordinate contractors.
Supervise and coordinate contract well servicing crews, and other contractors that perform work including: perforating, acidizing, fracturing, cased hole drilling, fishing, squeeze cementing, downhole equipment installation and repair, swabbing, etc.
Supervise all day to day field operations and job sites. Efficient and safe well site operations will require daily guidance and effective scheduling of well site activities (i.e. personnel and equipment)
Maintain communication with Workover Superintendent and engineering staff regarding detailed procedures, plans and goals
Prepare daily operations reports
Prepare JSA forms
Review and approve invoices for accuracy of pricing
Determine effective manpower levels for workover activity/supervision. If needed, locate consultants and approved all the invoices generated by them.
Continuously monitor territory and identify potentially unsafe work or operation situations
Ensure all projects and well site personnel possess proper credentials and training and that all operations comply with state and federal regulations
Follow all safety regulations and policies
Conduct business with the highest ethical standards and has decision making skills that ensure the safety of all persons associated with SM facilities
Other duties as assigned
High School Diploma required; B.S. or Associates degree in technically related field preferred
Minimum of 10 years of experience in oil and gas completions operations is preferred, experience in H2S environment is a plus
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Knowledge of oil and gas completions operations is essential
Knowledge of cementing, electric line and slick line, coiled tubing services, snubbing, stimulation and fracturing
Strong understanding of state and federal regulatory policies
Ability to recognize and adapt to changing circumstances and well conditions
Strong communication skills and the ability to articulate changing well conditions to engineers
Experience in H2S environment
General knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
Experience with Well View 8.1 Reporting is a plus
A valid driver’s license is required
PHYSICAL DEMANDS / WORKING ENVIRONMENT:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The job requires functioning in potentially extreme weather conditions. On occasion, long hours could be required as well as working on a weekend or holiday.
Occasional travel may be required to oversee other property repairs / construction
SM Energy - 22 months ago
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