Nitrogen Services Operator
Fort St. John
Fort St. John, British Columbia, CA
|Experience Level(s)||Junior, Mid-Level|
|Job Type(s)||Permanent, Full Time, Rotational Schedule|
|Education Level(s)||Not Specified|
At STEP Energy Services, we deliver the expertise – the people, the equipment and the knowledge – to improve operational efficiencies and productivity in extended reach wellbore designs. Our aggressive growth plans and genuine commitment to client-focused service requires the addition of inspired, innovative and ambitious professionals to our STEP Family. We need professionals who genuinely believe in our core values of safety, trust execution and possibilities and that living these values every day is how we will continue to differentiate our company in the industry.
We will provide you with a dynamic working community that encourages professional growth and personal development, opportunities for career advancement and a competitive compensation package that supports your quality of life. Join our STEP Family and discover your possibilities!
Safely and efficiently operate high pressure nitrogen pumps.
Monitor gauges and inspect equipment to ensure that tank levels, temperature, and pressure are at specified levels, reporting abnormalities as necessary.
Keep records for products and quantities pumped, gauging results and operating times.
Communicate with other workers, using signals, radios or telephones, to start and stop flow of materials and products.
Turn valves and start pumps to regulate flows of substances such as gases, and liquids, and maintain and monitor nitrogen unit during pumping operations.
Plan movement of products through lines to process, store and ship units, utilizing knowledge of interconnections and capacities of pipes, valve manifolds, and pumps.
Read operating schedules and instructions or receive verbal orders, in order to determine amounts to be pumped.
Perform rig-up (assembly) and rig-out (disassembly) of all equipment for travel.
Carry out maintenance and repair of nitrogen equipment including the routine servicing of units.
Review the impact of new information of current and future problems and make recommendations to Nitrogen Services Lead Operator or Site Manager.
Operate large vehicles in varying terrain and conditions to and from work locations and shop.
Maintain a safe work area or job site by following company's policies, practices and procedures.
Qualifications and Education Requirements
Minimum 1-2 years previous Nitrogen pumping experiences.
Class 1 driver’s license with less than 8 demerits.
Ability to pass pre-employment physical and drug test.
Duties require being “On Call” 24-7 during a 15 shifts/6 off rotation.
Must be able to work in adverse weather conditions away from home.
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