Material Handler 

We have openings for 2 Material Handlers based out of our Houston, TX location. The Material Handler is responsible for providing accurate control of inventory through receiving goods, inventory picking activities and maintaining the inventory database. This position is responsible for timely delivery of set accountabilities as outlined below.

Responsibilities also include:

  • Verify the parts requisition, min/max parts request and pull sheets.

  • Pick and verify parts/serial numbers driven from demand placed on the Supply Chain through inventory requests, sales orders, shipping requests, work orders and production orders, ensuring a high level of accuracy.

  • Ensure all picked goods are tagged and packaged correctly to meet shipping requirements (where applicable).

  • Communicate any part shortages to appropriate personnel, such as procurement and customer.

  • Create sales orders to relieve inventory where applicable.

  • Ensure that all inventory bins, bulk storage and containers are clearly and accurately identified.

  • Ensure that discrepancies on inventories are rectified through proper adjustment protocols.

  • Maintain accurate inventory records through inventory counts, cycle counts and year end physical inventory.

  • Ensure that all items subject to a min/max level are maintained regularly and report shortages to the Buyer/Planner.

  • Maintain the inventory room in a safe, tidy, orderly, and organized manner.

  • Ensure all inventory is clearly identified and accessible.

  • Ensure safety is a number one priority through all material handling, storage, housekeeping, etc.

  • Offload and load all incoming/outgoing shipments following receiving/shipping processes.

  • Real-time update all transactions into SAP for all received, consumed and incoming and outgoing goods.

  • Receive and verify serial numbers on all parts and equipment in accordance to quality inspection criteria set forth by QC.

  • Work and collaborate with Inventory Control Supervisor and Accounting on variances and discrepancies.

  • Work overtime when required and with prior supervisor approval.

  • Must be able to work shift work when required.


The successful candidate will have 3 years of shipping/receiving, inventory control or warehousing experience and 2 years of forklift operating experience with thorough knowledge of MS Office and Windows/PC based operations. The incumbent will be detail oriented and work well individually and as a team. They will have a thorough understanding of “Principles of Inventory & Warehousing” and a basic understanding of MRP/ERP concepts. An ability to analyze and understand variances and present resolutions and issues in a concise manner. This individual will have the ability to interact effectively at various levels with different audiences. They will also develop and maintain effective working relationships with peers and managers. Previous oil and gas services industry is an asset.


Please submit your application to Larry Lassiter, USA Inventory Control & Motor Shop Supervisor: & Neil Trivedi, USA Inventory Analyst:

Wireline Operator

We have an opening for a Wireline Operator based out of our Midland, TX location. Reporting to the USA Gyro Manager, The Wireline Operator is accountable for safely operating and maintaining the wireline truck and exercising judgment to determine the appropriate action at the well site by relying upon hands-on and classroom-based training of standard principles, theories, concepts and techniques.


Responsibilities also include:

  • Prepare wireline truck to go out into the field. This includes a full function test in the shop of the downhole and surface gear, an inventory of the truck and the proper packing and securing of trucks for travel.

  • Participate in JSA (Job Safety Analysis) and conduct on site meetings with both Phoenix and Operator employees.

  • Rig up the wireline sheaves, safety slings and pressure control equipment on the drilling rig or wellhead.

  • Complete rig down operations, including the cleaning and packing of tools into the wireline truck, prepare necessary DOT paperwork and end of job reports, forward any reports to the General Manager and file all job paperwork into the job folder.

  • Participate in servicing of equipment at the shop by informing the General Manager of any concerns or problems and turning in run reports and failure reports.

  • Perform post trip inspection of wireline truck and alert General Manager of any mechanical or safety issues.

  • Wash and prepare wireline truck for the next job.

  • Attend, complete and successfully pass all training courses as required.

  • Deal with customer personnel and other Phoenix personnel in a positive problem-solving manner.

  • Carry out duties according to established Phoenix health and safety program, including those relating to Company rules, hazard reporting, use and care of tools, safe work practices, use of P.P.E. and accident reporting.  When on site follows the health and safety program of the owner or prime contractor.

  • Perform all other duties as assigned.


The successful candidate will have previous rig experience and a minimum 14 days of on-the-job training with an experienced Phoenix Wireline Operator, or, if no previous rig experience, a minimum 60 days of on-the-job training with an experienced Phoenix Wireline Operator. The preferred candidate will have a 2 year technical degree, and a valid driver’s license and Class B CDL, with valid H2S Alive certificates where applicable. They will have excellent communication, organization, problem solving skills, and strong computer skills. Candidate must live in the Midland/Odessa Area.


Please submit your application to Angel Guebara, USA Gyro Manager:

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