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October 8, 2020 by  
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Field Service Engineers

Field Service Engineer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Job Description:

  • Travel to foreign locations as directed to perform guidance operations.
  • Act as PH service representative (smart, clean business like and professional appearance).
  • Research and collect all information necessary for the planning stage and design of the project on site (initial land survey topography, coil setup, probe & DHA setup, Fault-finding steering tools and client’s rig electrical system and Bore path design.
  • Install equipment, test it to make sure it is functional and all safety requirements are met.
  • Support the local teams of technicians/engineers and supervise operations at location.
  • Operate steering tool system & determining optimum steering method to achieve borehole success.
  • Conduct drilling operations according to project specifications and maintain equipment.
  • Liaise with client regarding daily process of the project, potential steering issues & presentation to client of viable alternates for success.
  • Daily contact with office regarding project progress, accurate and timely reporting to supervisor as issues develop on site.
  • Timely submittal of all job related paperwork & computer files to the office.
  • Preparation of final as-drilled report & CAD drawing and presentation to client of all paperwork including daily reports.
  • Personally test all guidance equipment and take responsibility for all equipment being clean and in good working order prior to mobilization wherever possible.
  • Keep up with changes in technology, sign up with for additional training and education courses when necessary.

 

Apply now:

If you are excited about the position and are eager to join our team, then don’t hesitate to send us your application (Resume + Cover letter) by Email to nico.dekker@primehorizontal.com

 

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