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Control Room Operator

USA-North Dakota-Tioga Contract
Overview

New Tech Global is currently seeking a Control Room Operator for one of our clients in Tioga, North Dakota.


Responsibilities

Control Room Operator Schedule is one week on, one week off, starting on Thursdays


Qualifications
  • Minimum 10 years of experience in operating high pressure and high temperature petroleum hydroprocessing pilot plants
  • Working experience in handling petroleum residues and other petroleum products
  • Good knowledge about computer controlled operation of pilot units
  • Hands on experience for the maintenance of various mechanical equipments such as pumps, compressors and valves
  • Good interpersonal relationship to work in a team

Regulatory Support

USA-Texas-Houston Contract
Overview

NTGE is seeking temporary staff support to assist our regulatory compliance group to complete and submit Tier II Emergency and Hazardous Chemical Inventory reporting. The reporting is required under both the federal Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act and the Texas Community Right to Know Acts. 


Responsibilities
  • Entering facility information, hazardous chemical inventories and emergency contacts into the appropriate submission forms
  • Identifying the appropriate Local Emergency Planning Committees and Fire Departments for mail/email distribution and sending relevant information
  • Obtaining Regulated Entity Numbers

Qualifications
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Products
  • Ability to use web based resources and Google Earth
  • Ability to take direction and work independently as well as part of a team
  • Ability to move quickly through project tasks with attention to detail and minimal mistakes
  • Texas Driver’s License
  • No previous experience required

EHS Coordinator

USA-Colorado-Greeley Contract
Overview

New Tech global is currently seeking an EHS Coordinator for our client in Greeley, Colorado.


Responsibilities

We are looking for someone that has some experience in Process Safety Management as well as the implementation of EHS training; DOT experience is a plus.  We would also like someone that has some Midstream experience.

Responsible for EHS operational support, coordination, and execution in areas of policies, programs, and procedures, including, but not limited to: company EHS policies and regulatory agency compliance, program development/implementation, hazard identification, incident identification, remedial programs, risk identification/mitigation, and performance measures.

Additionally, this role will be responsible for the coordination, development, and delivery of EHS training to ensure safety training requirements are satisfied for the Business Unit (BU).

 

  • Coordinates broad EHS program objectives for assigned areas.

  • Coordinates with BU in the implementation & execution of EHS MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS.

  • Coordinates with BU leaders to ensure their leadership in and support of EHS programs.

  • Leads EHS incident investigations.

  • Reviews the accumulation and reporting of EHS Performance Measures and takes remedial action.

  • Serves as BU contact and advises on EHS-related issues.

  • May develop and implement EHS programs and procedures.

  • Participates in the collection, reporting, and analysis of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).

  • Provides EHS training to the BU, including: instructor-led training, computer-based training (CBT), field observations, procedure review and development, and facilitates on-the-job, field-based training.

  • Assists individuals and teams in planning and facilitating training requirements and opportunities.

  • Coordinates required EHS and technical training with vendors and outside agencies.

  • Maintains training records.

  • As is necessary, participates in the development of training artifacts and materials for technical, safety, compliance, awareness, and/or other communication activities.

  • Work may involve moderate to heavy physical activity and exposure to outside weather conditions

  • Field-based employee, occasional travel to field office

  • On-call 24 hours

  • Lifting up to 25 lbs

  • Occasional use of stairs, ladders, etc.

  • May require respirator use


Qualifications

Education

  • Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety and Health or other related field

  • Typically requires 6 years of experience in EHS

  • OR High School Diploma (or equivalent) + 3 years of additional equivalent experience.

  • Three years of oil and gas experience preferred

  • Certification in one or more of the following preferred: Graduate Safety Practitioner (GSP) or Associate Safety Professional (ASP), Certified Safety and Health Official (CSHO), Occupational Health and Safety Technologist (OHST)


Senior Contracts Negotiator (8903716)

USA-Texas-Houston Contract
Overview

New Tech Global Staffing is currently seeking a Senior Contracts Negotiator for one of our clients in the Houston, TX area.


Responsibilities

·         Supports Company’s international and midstream businesses operations.

·         Possesses expert knowledge of Oil & Gas Industry and possesses specialized knowledge (e.g., pipeline construction, onshore rigs, offshore rigs) in order to deliver complex contracting requirements to the business.

·         Directs and leads negotiations with complex contracts.

·         Provides routine and more complex contractual advice to business team members.

·         Provides guidance to Supply Chain Management staff regarding contractual matters.

·         Maintains current knowledge of domestic and international laws, political environments, cultures and regulations. 

·         Acts as a Contracts’ lead on major projects and initiatives.

·         Supports the business' strategic contractual requirements.

·         Coordinates with various departments in the Company, including but not limited to, Legal, Compliance, Trade, Risk Management, Tax, Finance, Accounting, Treasury, EHSR, Major Projects, Drilling, Engineering, and Procurement, to ensure that all contracts represent the Company's financial and risk profile tolerances.

·         Analyzes contracts, laws and regulations that govern or impact oil and gas exploration, development, production and transportation activities to ensure that the businesses incorporate these insights into contracts and contracting strategies.

·         Prepares, reviews, analyzes, modifies, negotiates, executes, and administers supply chain/procurement related contracts (e.g., Confidentiality Agreements;  Master Agreement for Goods & Services; service agreements, including but not limited, Master Service Agreement, Consulting Agreement, Flight Services Agreement; Preliminary Design and FEED agreements; geophysical agreements; seismic agreements; fabrication agreements; transportation agreements; equipment lease agreements; offshore rig contracts; and onshore rig contracts).

·         Facilitates contract compliance by ensuring proper communication of requirements.

·         Exhibits a customer service focus that enables internal customers to succeed in a manner that meets the Company's risk profile and protects its interest.


Qualifications

·         Experience working in a fast-paced environment

·         Detail oriented with ability to organize and prioritize work

·         Excellent communication skills, both oral and written

·         Proficient computer skills, including MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Access and Adobe

·         Knowledge of FileNET and Oracle Contracts’ Module preferred

·         Knowledge of indemnity structures.

·         Knowledge of English and Texas law preferred.

·         Knowledge of Anti-Indemnity statutes (TOAIA, Texas Insurance Code regarding construction, Motor Carrier Anti-Indemnity Statute).

·         Knowledge of U.C.C., Article 2, Sale of Goods, preferred.

·         Strong general business and contract writing experience.

·         Experience negotiating terms and conditions, and incentives for contracts with the ability to anticipate, identify, and resolve complex contractual issues.

·         Conducts research to provide input towards more complex solutions/alternatives to meet internal customer requirements.

·         Technical background a plus

 


Flowback Operator/Well Tester

USA-Pennsylvania-USA-West Virginia-Morgantown, Wheeling Contract
Overview

Our Client is current looking for experienced Well Testers/Flowback Operators for SW Appalachia ops in WV/PA operating area. 70% of operations will be less than 1.25hrs from Morgantown WV northward and less then 1hr east or southward from Wheeling WV.


Responsibilities

Minimum of 4 level 3 or 4 WT operators who will rotate 14 on 14 off day schedule and live in WV area and work on-a rotating schedule with others. 

Operator Requirements:

WT Operator 3: understanding/awareness of condensate, wet gas, dry gas, NGL (natural gas liquids) facilities.  Rig up and operate plug catcher during completion CFP drill-out ops after frac. 

-rig up and rig down, maint. Plug valves, Understand pressure, change choke seat and stem in manifold. - strap tanks using color kut. Transferring fluids, emailing hourly reports  follow procedures with good attitude 

 

 

WT operator 4: 

worked in multiple shale plays and areas of flowback. Equipment specs, pressure ratings, equipment maintenance best practices . - capable of taking direction and taking charge of rig up and start of completion drill-out, production flow back, explain and teach short service employees and others. - trust and comfort to operate test separator, line heater, stabilizer, GPU, meter box and discuss problems with engineers.  

 

 

  


Qualifications

-12.5 hr shift only

-Crescent wrench and valve bar 

-4 gas monitor 

-computer to email 

$45 day per diem 

$100.00 a day for lodging if the location is over 1 hr 15 minutes from home.


Rebuild Technician

USA-Texas-Anderson Contract to Permanent (Full Time)
Overview

For nearly 2 decades, New Tech Global Companies have been recognized as leaders in Project Management, Consultancy, and Staffing services.  With our headquarters in Houston, Texas, and strategic office across the US and around the world, NTG commits to provide unparalleled support, knowledge and resources to our clients.

                                                                                                                                         

New Tech Global Staffing is currently seeking a Rebuild Technician for one of our clients in the Anderson, TX area  


Responsibilities
  • Assemble parts, and position, align, and fasten units to assemblies, sub-assemblies, or units by using a variety of tools and equipment.
  • Perform troubleshooting duties on hydraulic circuits.
  • Read, interpret and follow assembly drawings, diagrams, and schematics to determine component parts and assembly sequence.
  • Identify and report any faulty components or hazardous conditions during the assembly process.
  • Install electrical components and cables and terminate junction boxes per schematics.
  • Diagnose and troubleshoot electrical components and circuits.
  • Troubleshoot and adjust hydraulic systems and components
  • Perform equipment functional and operational testing.
  • Assist shop foreman in the training of employees.
  • Provide lead supervision to other employees on performing electrical and hydraulic tasks.
  • Ensure all work performed is in a quality minded, tidy & accurate manner
  • Prepare all surfaces and components as necessary to ensure no damage occurs during assembly and testing.
  • Adhere to all Company policies
  • Follow all quality, health, safety, and environmental programs.
  • Attend work per work schedule.

Qualifications

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  • Prior experience with oilfield equipment, specifically fracturing, cementing or coil tubing
  • Prior mechanic or electrical technician experience
  • Experience with Rolligon controls and equipment
  • 5+ years mechanical or electrical technician experience
  • Advanced troubleshooting experience in electrical and hydraulic circuitry and design

 

Pay

  • 14-20

Drilling Fluids Specialist

USA-Louisiana-Lafayette Contract
Overview

New Tech Global Staffing is urgently seeking Offshore Drilling Fluids Specialists DFS).  This is an offshore position with an oil & gas client in Lafayette, LA.  The DFS provides onsite services associated with measuring and testing the drilling fluids and supervising the mixing and pumping operations.  The DFS must achieve an intermediate to advanced level of knowledge in order to safely and efficiently support all website operations relevant to managing the drilling fluids system.  The work is on even rotation (14 days on x 14 days off) with 12 hours / day shifts. 

 


Responsibilities
  • Maintaining all fluid properties as specified by operator
  • Reviews fluids program in order to prepare orders and mixing plans.
  • Managing all operations, and coaching/mentoring less experienced personnel on-the-job.
    Writes procedures for mixing and handling of products.
  • Gathers samples and performs tests to determine trends and identify contaminants.
  • Records test results to identify trends and offer suggestions on solutions.
  • Determines cause of fluid, hole, or system problems to assist in treatment recommendation.
  • Determines chemical treatments required to optimize drilling parameters.
  • Advises clients on potential treatments or improvements to the fluid system based on data analysis and mud testing.
  • Recommends solids-control processes to ensure economic removal.
  • Supervises rig personnel performing chemical additions and recording drilling fluid parameters.
  • Manages product inventory to ensure availability.
  • Maintains required environmental discharge and consumption records.
  • Maintaining accurate daily reports, customer paperwork, chemical concentrations and safety documents
  • Make recommendations to address hole cleaning issues or lost circulation events, and is capable of managing the drilling fluids system during well control conditions.

Qualifications
  • Must possess 3+ years of related oilfield experience
  • Equivalent military technical training considered.  
  • Must have an in-depth understanding of the drilling fluids system chemistry, and is capable of properly testing and maintaining the properties of the drilling fluids system without supervision
  • Understand Process and Information Diagrams and Flow Systems
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Understanding of hydraulics & mechanics
  • Ability to travel to various site locations including interstate travel; availability to work on-call on a scheduled basis
  • HSE oriented

Coil Tubing Operator

Contract
Overview

New Tech Global Staffing is currently seeking Coil Tubing Equipment Operators, Pump Operators and Lead Operators for the world's largest oilfield service company.

 


Responsibilities
  • Responsible for making safety performance and environmental awareness the primary focus of all assigned employees.
  • Responsible for assisting Service Supervisor in assigning individual job duties from the time his/her assigned crew arrives on location to the time they leave location, taking the lead in an instance where the service supervisor is not available.
  • Responsible for gathering feedback from his/her crew members to develop maintenance action plans and recommend corrective actions to their assigned Service Supervisor.
  • Follow up with individual crew member to assure all daily assigned duties are understood and carried out in the most efficient manner as prescribed by his/her Service Supervisor
  • Under direction of the service supervisor, ensure that accurate notes are taken as they pertain to running feet, various use of chemicals and other consumables on the field operating report to ensure all tickets stay accurate and up-to-date in real time.
  • Perform duties according to the documented Quality Policy and comply with all requirements of the Quality Systems Manual, Standard Operating Procedures and Work Place Instructions.
  • Perform various other duties assigned by supervisor within the physical constraints of the job.

 


Qualifications
  • Equipment Operator- CDL A is required.
  • Pump Operator- CDL A plus 1+ years of Coil experience required.
  • Lead Operator- CDL A plus 5+ years of Coil experience required.
  • Working knowledge of all aspects of coiled tubing operations, including but not limited to reel trailer, fluid pumps, and general down-hole knowledge.
  • Thorough understanding of rig up/rig down procedure for both mast style and conventional CT units in a safe and efficient manner.
  • Ability to perform in-field repair of equipment to include: re-packing fluid pumps, rebuilding chokes, field dress BOP’s and stripper pack-offs.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in the ability to diagnose and troubleshoot equipment in the field.
  • Be able to work a rotational work schedule and in some cases be able to work on a 24-hour call basis
  • Provide transportation to and from yard or location
  • Ability to lift up to 65lbs to shoulder height and lower to ground, multiple times daily
  • Ability to stoop, squat, kneel and crouch while assembling/disassembling equipment with fingers and hands, while using various tools, multiple time daily
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Please note, no relocation assistance will be provided.
  • Candidates must be available for a phone interview.
  • Must have a clean background & driving record, as well as, pass a medical exam, drug screen, and other required tests.

Directional Driller

USA-Texas-Permian BasinUSA-Oklahoma-USA-Colorado-USA-North Dakota-USA-Pennsylvania- Contract
Overview

 The Directional Driller Speciallist (DD Specialist) performs directional drilling services. The Lead DD plans, executes, and manages all phases of a directional drilling job to deliver services that meet client expectations and D&M standards. He/she also provides technical support to clients and other D&M crew members at the wellsite. The DD Specialist is partially responsible for the training and development of any subordinate while at the wellsite.


Responsibilities

Essential Responsibilities and Duties: *Manages personal development and keeps informed on current client technology and strategy *Responsible for training, coaching and mentoring less experienced DD's following the equip training program. *Follows the equip program and competency requirements (if applicable). *Meets and maintains all minimum OFS Safety Training Coefficient (STC) requirements as well as job related STC. *Reviews and appraises the performance of subordinates, consistent with performance objectives, and determines the need for additional training in a fair and consistent manner *Mentors less experienced personnel. *Leads any directional drilling job *Fully responsible for pre-job planning (equipment and personnel) and mobilization *Demonstrates knowledge of all DD techniques and all surveying methods used in the location. *Develops expertise on advanced well planning techniques using Drilling Office *Documents all Incident / accident events on the job, and at the office, in Quest. *Assists clients by providing solutions for drilling issues. *Prepares end of well reports / client's final product delivery. *Acts as the client focal point for drilling operations at the rig site. *Effectively manage inventory and supplies required at the well site. *Maintains good communication with the Client's well site representative, rig crew and client field support staff *Actively participates in Knowledge sharing *Ensures all D&M reporting requirements are fulfilled accurately and on a timely basis *Follows up failures with the maintenance team and ensures failure reports are closed with clients. *Follows and complies with client HSE and IT standards, wears all personal protective equipment (PPE) as required. Skills: *Learns quickly and adapts to new problems and situations *Is a relentless and versatile learner *Pursues everything with energy, drive and a need to finish *Uses logic to solve problems with effective solutions *Is personally committed to continuous improvement *Listens and is able to communicate effectively with managers, peers and clients both written and verbally. 


MWD

USA-Texas-Permian BasinUSA-Oklahoma-USA-New Mexico-USA-Colorado-USA-Pennsylvania-USA-West Virginia- Contract
Overview

The MWD Specialist is responsible for delivering high quality measurements services to clients at the wellsite. Service quality, job preparation and planning and job safety are key priorities. Is responsible for the management, training and development of second engineers and trainees at well site.


Responsibilities

Manages personal development and keeps informed on current technology and strategy.  Responsible for training, coaching and mentoring junior engineers or specialists following the equip training program requirements.  Meets and maintains all minimum OFS Safety Training Coefficient (STC) requirements.  Fully responsible for pre-job planning and mobilization.  Develops and maintains a positive relationship with the clients to ensure repeat business.  Has required proficiencies for the services relevant to the job and must be certified competent as MWD Specialist as per the equip standards.  Fully responsible for delivering superior Service Quality to the client.- Ensure all client deliverables (logs, digital data, reports) are delivered to the customers on time and meet client and D&M standards all the time.- Effectively manage inventory and supplies required at the well site.- Maintains good communication with the Client's well site representative and rig crew and D&M field support staff- Actively participates in Knowledge sharing- Ensures all D&M reporting requirements are fulfilled accurately and on a timely basis - Follows up failures with the maintenance team and ensures failure reports are closed with clients.- Ensures final end of well deliverables are quality controlled and delivered to the clients on time, all the time.- Ensures post job reviews are conducted with the FSM's and cell members - Provides quality answers and solutions to the customer's questions, requests, or problems.- Performs nuclear tool calibrations and wipe tests as required.- 


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