Oil And Gas Job in Morgantown, West Virginia : WV
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Rig Crew Development Program/ Floorman Trainee
Rig Crew Development Program/ Floorman Trainee Job Description
The floorman works directly with other members of the rig to learn the duties and responsibilities of a Floorman. A Floorman Trainee must be able to safely and effectively execute all tasks related to a Floorman. Typical shifts are 8-12 hours working a rotation of 7 days on with 7 days off, or 14 day on with 14 days off. This position allows the employee to live anywhere with in a 6 hour radius of the operating area. Typical locations include: Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, Texas, and North Dakota. We are looking for individuals with little to no experience in the oil and gas industry, to join a world class team. • Principal duties and Responsibilities o Satisfactorily complete the current Trainee Program and meet all curriculum requirements.
o "Handling Tongs" - While tripping or making a connection, the Floorman (Lead Tong Hand) must lift or move tongs when making a connection. This activity will include lifting the tongs and lateral movement of the tongs to attach them to the drill pipe. The tongs are on counterweights and the exertion to maneuver them will vary from 10-30 pounds. The lifting range, up or down is 1-2 feet in the area of the waist. This activity is repeated and could be performed as many as 175 times in a 12 hour shift.
o "Pulling the Slips" - This activity is performed by 2 or 3 workers and could be conducted as many as 175 times per 12 hour shift. The slips weigh between 100 and 175 pounds and the weight would be distributed between the 2 or 3 employees. The slips are located at floor level and would be lifted at a distance of 18-24 inches.
o “Stacking Pipe" - Involves manually pushing a suspended length of pipe to the area where the pipe is stacked during a drill pipe trip. The reverse activity involves restraining the suspended pipe and guiding it across the rig floor. This activity is performed in the standing position and could be performed as many times as 100 times per 12 hour shift.
o “Handling the drill string" This operation involves removing all pipe from the will bore and stacking it in the derrick. This operation will also include Tripping into Hole or Tripping out of Hole and making connections during operations. The tripping operations vary depending on the depth of the well and other factors. Employees may be involved in the tripping operation for the full 12 hours of their work shift.
o The Floorman Trainee is also responsible for catching and cleaning samples of formation cuttings while drilling. If drilling in gas, he must keep the flare bucket burning.
o All employees working together must keep the rig clean, picked up, and free of safety hazards. It is necessary that everyone be mentally alert and physically fit during their shift.
Morgantown Oil And Gas Job
Rig Crew Development Program/ Floorman Trainee Job Requirements
o General knowledge of related tools and equipment.
o The ability to exert maximum muscle force to lift, push, pull, or carry objects. o The ability to judge which of several objects is closer or farther away from you, or to judge the distance between you and an object.
o Able to work and communicate effectively with co-workers, clients, and other external contacts.
o Must be able to distinguish ineffective or damaged equipment and report conditions to immediate supervisor for proper repair.
o Must be able to recognize unsafe working conditions and make adjustments accordingly.
o The ability to quickly and repeatedly adjust the controls of a machine or a vehicle to exact positions.