Posted on :
19 Feb, 2018
19 Feb, 2018
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Job Title: Field Service Manager – Wireline & Perforating
Under general supervision, provides a level of management for multiple Wireline and Perforating crews who on a daily basis perform services at the well site. Monitors and reviews well site performance and is accountable for key performance indicators (KPI) in respect to individuals engaged in well site service operations. Regularly uses performance data to identify opportunities for performance improvement. Must be knowledgeable of and actively promote the application of Halliburton Management System (HMS) to work methods and processes. Coordinates and assists with the Correction, Prevention, and Improvement (CPI) process for the PSL. Investigates and performs follow-up activities on irregular/unplanned events and/or jobs. Is accountable for compliance with Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) Standards & actively promotes and uses Halliburton tools related to safe working conditions, such as Job Safety Analysis (JSA) & Hazard Observation Programs (HOC). Involved in the process of investigating accidents, injuries, and incidents within assigned PSL using the appropriate investigative tools (Taproot). Manages the development of personnel and focuses on improving job performance through use of competency system.
Must be a trained assessor and retain active assessor status while in this role. Works with HRD and HR departments on personnel development. Assists with implementation of new technology within Wireline and Perforating. Job role contributes directly to value creation and directly impacts a revenue center’s viability and its quality of service via personal contributions.
Skills are typically acquired through completion of an undergraduate degree in engineering, business administration or similar disciplines and 3 + years of experience in Wireline & Perforating field operations or an equivalent amount of experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential functions of the job.