Field Superintendent for Bahrain
Purpose of Position:
The Field Superintendent is the company liaison in the field between operations and head office. The Field Superintendent is directly responsible for monitoring rig performance, in particular with regard to adherence to both Company and client procedures, policies, and work methods.
Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities:
Ensures that all company procedures are adhered to in terms of safety, quality, and record keeping.
Monitor operations to ensure that Company and Client procedures are adhered to.
Communicates regularly with the Work Over Superintendents at the Corporate Base, with primary focus on audit action points and implementation status for rigs under their control.
Ensures that the company, client, and subcontractor HSE plans are implemented, and that all audit and inspection action points are followed up.
Assists in the induction and training process for new Managers coming into the Department.
Works with the Training Department as a Competence Assurance Assessor, and conducts assessments as requested of staff working at all levels within the Department field operations.
Recommends additional training as identified through the competency program for personnel.
Organizes and chairs the monthly interior based Manager’s meeting for the Department.
Track action points from the monthly manager’s meeting to ensure prompt implementation of same wherever possible.
Liaise with Work Over Superintendents and Field Manager where required to ensure rig maintenance activities requiring the use of the base facilities are clearly understood by all parties.
Directs and assists Field Based Safety Advisors in their day to day role in the Department, including monitoring of Advisor schedules and adherence to same.
Where deemed necessary or appropriate, and in conjunction with the relevant Work Over Superintendent, assist Rig Managers / Tool Pushers with non routine operations at the rig site.Principal Challenges:
Liaison in the field between operations and head office.
Monitoring rig performance, in particular with regard to adherence to both MBPS and client procedures, policies, and work methods.
Extreme working weather conditions while in desert.
Minimum Academic/ Professional Qualifications:
• Degree / Diploma in Engineering, accredited and industry sponsored courses covering management, work over practices (including equipment identification, selection, and proper running procedure), safety and first aid.
• “IWCF” at Supervisors level
Skills & Competencies Required:
IWCF – Supervisors Level
OSC training for PDO operations
Safety awareness (At three yearly intervals after completion of HSE induction)
Hydrogen Sulphide Awareness (with yearly refresher)
Permit to work system – signatory
Supervising safety (with three yearly refresher)
Basic Fire Fighting
Electrical Isolation of Beam Pumps
Basic Life Support/First Aid
Desert Driving Skills
Interested Candidates can send their resume on email@example.com
7 years out of which minimum, 3 years as tool pusher /driller, oil and gas, drilling environment