Halliburton is Looking for a Field Prof-DD, Sr

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Job Title: Field Prof-DD, Sr

Reports To: Svc Coord or Ops Leader-DD

Job Capsule:

Under broad direction, provides on-site supervision of the Directional Drilling (DD) process including projection of well path to pre-determined target coordinates. Serves as the lead man on select jobs. Provides technical and operational expertise to external customer in a professional manner. Advises client on Bottom Hole Assembly (BHA) selection and all aspects of Directional Drilling performance. Ensures that BHA’s are assembled as planned including correct make-up torque, doping and handling. Proficient in the use of Directional Drilling computer software and be able to provide advice and analysis to the client representative at the work site. This shall include all survey calculations, well-to-well clearance calculations, ellipse of uncertainty calculations, well path projections, BHA analysis, torque and drag modeling and vibration analysis. Ensures well profile plots are up-to-date and provide client representative with directional survey data. Fully conversant with client’s requirements regarding well clearance, proximity and surveying procedures. Ensures a daily Directional Drilling report is completed and copied to client’s offshore and onshore drilling teams and to the DD Coordinator (DDC). Ensures a full and proper BHA performance report is completed for each BHA run. This report should contain detailed and accurate BHA dimensions as well as expected versus actual BHA performance and conclusions and recommendations. These reports will form the basis of the End of Well Report to be submitted to the DDC at the end of the job. Ensure all service tickets and relevant paperwork (i.e., well data spreadsheet, lesson learned/best practice, End of Job Customer Survey (EJCS) and Key Performance Indicator (KPI) forms) is fully completed and signed by the client representative if required prior to leaving work site. Ensure that the Directional Drilling aspects of the well being drilled comply with client’s approved drilling program. If a deviation from the well plan is required, the authorization for such deviation shall be sought from client representative. The DD Specialist shall also advise the DDC of such deviations and the reasons therefore. Ensures that all company equipment for use in the directional portion of the work is inspected when delivered to the work site to check that the correct number, configuration, connections, crossovers, parts, spares and documentation are present and correct to satisfy the work scope. Interfaces with the Measurement While Drilling (MWD) engineer to ensure BHA compatibility, planned operating parameters are within specification and correct tool face references are applied. Responsible for maintaining records of all Directional Drilling equipment at well site including dimensional data and condition. Ensures that all equipment is laid out after use according to company procedures and manifested for backload at the end of the job. Where required, responsible for submitting an accurate daily cost for the Directional Drilling Services. Participates in performance improvement initiatives and peer reviews as required by the Company. Assists in the evaluation of individual performance levels of onsite directional drilling personnel. Assists in training and development of junior offshore directional drilling personnel. Fosters teamwork among all personnel involved in the performance of the service. Responsible for company assets on location. Assures that adequate supplies and equipment are present at well site at all times. Offers advice on equipment capabilities. Functions as a communication link between customer and the Solutions Team. Completion of an undergraduate degree in Engineering, Science, Geology or other technical discipline preferred, or equivalent driller/tool pusher or higher experience. Requires a minimum of one year experience as a Field Prof-DD, II. Must have successfully passed company tests or met task guideline requirements.Must have met the mimimum competency requirements for a Field Prof-DD, II. Ability to demonstrate technical aptitude to standards required. Must possess good communication skills, arithmetic, data entry, and recording skills. Ability to demonstrate technical aptitude to standards required. Must possess good communication skills, arithmetic, data entry, and recording skills. Ability to demonstrate technical aptitude to standards required. Must possess good communication skills, arithmetic, data entry, and recording skills. At this level, assignments require sufficient professional experience to assure competence as a fully trained professional. Must be able to work independently. This is the lead position on select jobs. Must have successfully passed company tests or met task guideline requirements.Must have met the mimimum competency requirements for a Field Prof-DD, II. Ability to demonstrate technical aptitude to standards required. Must possess good communication skills, arithmetic, data entry, and recording skills. Must possess relevant offshore certificates as required. This is a field position. Promotes safety awareness and environmental consciousness, and complies with all applicable safety and environmental procedures and regulations. Ensures compliance with Health, Safety, and Environmental (HSE) regulations and guidelines. Promotes and takes an active part in quality improvement processes.

Job Roles:

• Advises client on Bottom Hole Assembly (BHA) selection and all aspects of Directional Drilling performance.

• Ensures that BHA’s are assembled as planned including correct make-up torque, doping and handling.

• Uses Directional Drilling computer software and provides advice and analysis to the client representative at the work site. This shall include all survey calculations, well to well clearance calculations, ellipse of uncertainty calculations, well path projections, BHA analysis, torque and drag modeling and vibration analysis.

• Ensures well profile plots are kept up to date and provide client representative with directional survey data.

• Fully conversant with client’s requirements with regards to well clearance, proximity and surveying procedures.

• Ensures a daily Directional Drilling report is completed and copied to client’s offshore and onshore drilling teams and to the DD Coordinator (DDC).

• Ensures a full and proper BHA performance report is completed for each BHA run. This report should contain detailed and accurate BHA dimensions as well as expected versus actual BHA performance and conclusions and recommendations. These reports will form the basis of the End of Well Report to be submitted to the DDC at the end of the job

• Ensures all service tickets and relevant paperwork (well data spreadsheet, lesson learned/best practice, EJCS and KPI forms) is fully completed and signed by the client representative if required prior to leaving work site.

• Ensures that the Directional Drilling aspects of the well being drilled comply with client’s approved drilling program. If a deviation from the well plan is required, the authorization for such deviation shall be sought from client representative. The DDS shall also advise the DDC of such deviations and the reasons therefore.

• Ensures that all company equipment for use in the directional portion of the work is inspected when delivered to the work site to check that the correct number, configuration, connections, crossover’s, parts, spares and documentation are present and correct to satisfy the work scope.

• Interfaces with the MWD engineer to ensure BHA compatibility, planned operating parameters are within specification and correct tool face references are applied.

• Maintains records of all Directional Drilling equipment at well site including dimensional data and condition. Ensures that all equipment is laid out after use according to company procedures and manifested for backload at the end of the job.

• Where required, responsible for submitting an accurate daily cost for the Directional Drilling Services.

• Participates in performance improvement initiatives and peer reviews as required by the Company.

• Assists in the evaluation of individual performance levels of onsite directional drilling personnel.

• Assists in training and development of junior offshore directional drilling personnel.

• Fosters teamwork among all personnel involved in the performance of the service.

• Additional job role responsibilities include the following:

• Safety

• Promotes safety awareness and complies with all applicable safety procedures and regulations.

• Development

• Capitalizes on every appropriate training opportunity offered by the supervisor.

• Keeps informed of new equipment and/or technology within the industry.

• Completes training and assessments as per the company Progression and Competency schemes

Education, Licensure, and Experience:

• Completion of an undergraduate degree in Engineering, Science, Geology or other technical discipline preferred, or equivalent driller/tool pusher or higher experience.

• Possession of a relevant offshore certificates as required

• Minimum of one year experience as a Field Prof-DD, II

Role Specific Knowledge:

Must have successfully passed company tests or met task guideline requirements.Must have met the mimimum competency requirements for a Field Prof-DD, II. Ability to demonstrate technical aptitude to standards required. Must possess good communication skills, arithmetic, data entry, and recording skills. Ability to demonstrate technical aptitude to standards required. Must possess good communication skills, arithmetic, data entry, and recording skills. Ability to demonstrate technical aptitude to standards required. Must possess good communication skills, arithmetic, data entry, and recording skills.

Autonomy of Job:

• Under broad direction: supervision received is usually centered around job results or methodologies used such as problem solving approaches, establishing broad parameters for projects, work organization, progress reports, etc. There may be occasional “General” or even “Direct” supervision.

Supervisory Responsibility of Job:

• Assists in supervising others. Provides basic job training and guidance on a regular basis; performs work of same or closely allied nature. (This includes coordinators).

Working Conditions:

Physical activity is normally required on the job, or requires exposure to the elements or job related hazards but not on a routine basis. Hazards are not severe.

Career Path:

Upward

• First level title above this job is Field Prof-DD, General

• Second level title above this job is Svc Coord

Downward

• First level title below this job is Field Prof-DD, II

• Second level title below this job is Field Prof-DD, I

Alternate Titles:

Directional Driller, Sr

Peer Jobs:

Field Prof, Sr positons within Drilling Systems job family

Special Dimensions:

At this level, assignments require sufficient professional experience to assure competence as a fully trained professional. Must be able to work independently. This is the lead position on select jobs. Responsible for company assets on location. Assures that adequate supplies and equipment are present at well-site at all times. Offers advice on equipment capabilities. Functions as a communication link between customer and the Solutions Team.

Physical Demand Statement:

• Work is primarily moderate; exerting up to 60 pounds of force occasionally and/or 30 pounds of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects.

Eligible candidates send your CV in English to [email protected]with subject line: Field Prof-DD, Sr

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