Day in the Life of a Field Technician
Our field technicians are on the go from the moment they wake.
Stage 3 provides a great opportunity to learn the skills needed to succeed in a field, which demands critical decision-making and self-reliance.
Your day begins by waking up, grabbing a quick breakfast and executing an operational transfer meeting with personnel from the previous shift. After a safety briefing and risk assessment, you proceed to thoroughly examine your equipment. Our technicians take pride in their equipment and keeping it clean and presentable. Technicians must always be alert and be aware of their surroundings.
Equipment malfunctions do happen, and our field technicians are experts in knowing their equipment and the proper procedures for dealing with equipment failures.
Other responsibilities include:
- Direct communication with rig personnel
- Filling out reports in a timely fashion
- Keeping records of inventory and delivering field tickets to the company man.
- Cleaning and visually inspect all Stage 3 equipment
- Adjusting all required equipment to meet rig/company specifications
- Assist rig crew in changing or cleaning screens,
- Take mud samples and check weight-drilling mud
Our field technicians understand that they are Stage 3 Separations’ representation on a job site and hold themselves in a professional manner.
If this sounds like a strong career fit for you, we currently accept on-line resume submissions.
Continue learning more about careers at Stage 3 here.