CAREERS - USA

Shipping & Receiving Administrator

We have an opening for a Shipping & Receiving Administrator based out of our Houston, TX location. The Shipping & Receiving Administrator is accountable for receiving and maintaining directional drilling and MWD tools and equipment records in SAP and FieldCap. Responsibilities also include tracking the location of all equipment in SAP, ensuring accuracy of inventory on each location and recording service records for all directional tubulars and MWD tools in SAP and FieldCap.

  • Receive job instructions with picked tools and complete all paperwork, assign items to SAP and prepare copies of job dispatches for shipping department.

  • Update job tools from field operations, ensuring all parts and equipment have been returned and recorded in SAP.

  • Follow up on all discrepancies as required, including unreturned and additional items received.

  • Update equipment sent to inspection, machine shop and third party vendors, ensuring all parts are returned and updated in SAP.

  • Upload all tubular inspection records into SAP.

  • Maintain a complete set of job files and a computerized inventory program for all field parts and equipment.

  • Ensure all tool return and tool repair sheets are updated in SAP and filed.

  • Input data and record uploads for all MWD tool service reports in SAP, working closely with the Lab Manager to ensure any discrepancies are rectified.

  • Daily/Weekly report including rental, temp, missing and others tools in FieldCap.

  • Verify equipment at Stockpoints, Kinetic, and Estevan.

 

The successful candidate will have a high school diploma, solid computer skills with a proficiency in MS Office as well as previous administrative experience. The successful candidate will have the ability to work weekends and on an on-call schedule. Pervious oil field experience is an asset.  

 

Please submit your application to Larry Lassiter, USA Inventory Control & Motor Shop Supervisor: Llassiter@phxtech.com

RSS Manager

We have an opening for a RSS Manager based out of our Houston, TX location. The RSS Manager is accountable for building and maintaining the Rotary Steerable System services in the domestic oil and gas industry for the purpose of maximizing the Company’s market share and profitability. This individual also supports and works closely with Engineering, Reliability, Sales, Operations, Training, and Planning departments.

 

  • Act as the Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Rotary Steerable Systems within Phoenix.

  • Manage Orbit fleet of tools to maximize performance & reliability, while maintaining high utilization, minimizing the need for any rental RSS systems.

  • Manage members of the RSS Operations team including the RSS Coordinator & RSS Field Supervisors ensuring adequate coverage of ongoing and future projects.

  • Work closely with RSS Vendors to maintain exceptional service quality of tools and work through any SQI’s with vendor & Phoenix teams.

  • Maintain an ongoing awareness of RSS industry developments, identify areas of improvement to the Phoenix RSS system, and work closely with the engineering team on development and application of new technology.

  • Ensure all RSS technical information sent to clients, such as planning, Incident Reports, and end-of-well reports are complete and accurate.

  • Strive to continuously increase customer satisfaction and identify opportunities to improve service quality by searching out and acting upon customer needs, complaints and negotiating solutions as required.

  • Communicate effectively with Operations department to encourage a coordinated effort in achieving timely delivery of quality products and services.

  • Monitor and manage expenditures based on the department’s standard practices.

  • Carry out all responsibilities in accordance with relevant ISO Quality and Health and Safety policies, procedures, and work instructions.

  • Assist other departments with various projects when time permits.

  • Perform all duties so as to meet the responsibilities listed in the Employee and Corporate HSE Handbooks.

  • Perform duties according to the Company’s quality system procedures and work instructions.

  • Any other duties required.

 

The successful candidate will have a high school diploma, preferably with a college diploma and/or minimum 5 years of Oil and Gas industry experience. They will have strong verbal and written communication skills, be a detail-oriented individual with good organizational, and time management skills. Familiarity with conventional computer software programs is an asset.

 

Please submit your application to Garrett Wright, General Manager Permian Basin:gwright@phxtech.com

 
Well Planner

We have an opening for a Well Planner based out of our Houston, TX location. Reporting to the Well Planning Manager, the Well Planner provides technical information and support to marketing personnel in the form of initial well plans, plots and completion reports used in quoting on and planning directional and horizontal drilling services. 

 

Responsibilities also include:

 

  • Develop initial well plans for quotes to customers by inputting geological, geographical and drilling target data into well planning software.

  • Build plans and plots based on customer-supplied parameters, and department database, to forward to Sales Representatives and Operations Department for use by field personnel in performing directional and horizontal drilling services.

  • Prepare morning surveys and updates, distributing to Client Representatives, Marketing Representative, and Operations Coordinators as requested.

  • Update customers information needs through e-mail as to the status of drilling operations; respond to customer queries as required.

  • Perform a feedback service for field personnel with the purpose of addressing down-hole issues and problems as they develop.

  • Assist Technical Marketing Representatives in addressing technical issues raised by potential and existing customers.

  • Receive well completion data from field personnel, generate completion reports and drawings with end of well reports, and submit to Technical Marketing Representatives.

  • Build the Company’s internal job information database as a tool for future initial well planning and plotting.

  • Maintain a computerized backup system to ensure information can be retrieved.

  • Assist other departments with various projects when time permits.

  • Perform all duties so as to meet the responsibilities listed in the Employee and Corporate HSE Handbooks.

  • Perform duties according to the Company’s quality system procedures and work instructions.

 

The successful candidate will have a Diploma from a technical post-secondary education program preferred, such as Petroleum Engineering Technology with oil field drilling/exploration experience with a minimum of 2 years well planning experience. They well have a complete understanding of Anti-Collision concepts and industry practice, have strong computer skills and proven proficiency in directional planning software Compass, be Detail oriented individual with solid organization and communications skills and have the ability to work in a high pressure, fast-paced environment.

 

Please submit your application to Bianca LaCombe, Well Planning Manager: BLacombe@phxtech.com

 
Material Handler

We have an opening for a Truck Driver – based out of our Midland, TX location. The Permian Basin Truck Driver is accountable for delivering tools to and from customer locations and local vendors. The Truck Driver will be responsible for the Company truck and trailer that is assigned, as well as keeping all DOT required licensing current.

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 Vincent Romano, USA Supply Chain & Tracking Manager: vromano@phxtech.com

Inspector- Level II

We have an opening for an Inspector – Level II based out of our Midland, TX location. The Inspector – Level II uses a wide range of tools and instruments in the inspection of parts, assemblies, drawings, sketches, and specifications.

Responsibilities also include:

 

  • Perform inspection procedures on material, parts and assemblies working from general drawings, sketches and specifications.

  • Apply established inspection procedures while using a wide range of tools and instruments.

  • Maintain calibration of a variety of pressure gauges and other instruments required for numerous testing applications.

  • Communicate in a clear, professional manor with engineers as well as customers.

 

The successful candidate will have a high school diploma or GED with 3-5 years of experience in a related field or facility. The successful candidate will be able to use common inspection tools and instruments: SAP, hardness tester. They will be able to work from drawings, sketches and specifications without detailed inspection procedures. Level II in the NDE disciplines of liquid penetrate, magnetic particle and ultrasonic testing would be preferred.

Please submit your application to Brandi Hill, Inspection Manager: bhill@phxtech.com

MWD Technician

We have an opening for an MWD Technician at our Houston, Texas location. The MWD Technician is accountable for maintaining and troubleshooting MWD equipment and tools required for directional and horizontal drilling operations.

Responsibilities also include:

 

  • Receive MWD tools from the field, check and/or tear down based on the number of hours of operation.

  • Troubleshoot mechanical and electronics problems; arrange for contractors to perform circuit board repairs as required.

  • Assist field personnel by providing information on an on-call basis and hot-shot replacement tools and equipment as required.

  • Install software into field computers and troubleshoot hardware and software problems.

  • Develop a historical database for each tool including hours of operation, breakdowns, preventive maintenance and other operations-related information.

  • Develop a hard copy back up file for MWD service and repair operations.

  • Maintain an inventory of parts by monitoring usage, issuing purchase orders based on product quality and price, receiving and inspecting shipments.

  • Maintain MWD lab in a clean and orderly condition; service and repair lab equipment such as pressure chambers, oil baths and testing equipment, and coordinate the sending of equipment to repair shops as required.

  • Maintain an inventory of usable batteries and dispose of expired batteries according to established procedure.

  • Work with the R&D department to identify potential improvements and modifications to MWD tools.

 

The successful candidate will have solid analytical skills including familiarity with standard computer software. Electronic/Mechanical Engineering Technologist or equivalent amount of training/experience is required. Previous oil field experience is an asset.

 

Please submit your application to Andres Alcala, MWD Manager:

AAlcala@phxtech.com

Motor Technician

We have an opening for 2 Motor Technicians based out of our Houston, TX location. The Motor Technician is accountable for repairing and rebuilding mud motors and inspecting all power sections and motors.
 

Responsibilities also include:

 

  • Rebuild motors, bearing assemblies and perform tool inspections.

  • Handle and respond to after hours and weekend requests and inquiries.

  • Inspect all power sections and motor components prior to building.

  • Document and record all components per procedure.

  • Maintain the shop area and yard per shift.

  • Send defective tools for rebuild qualifications.

  • Will be required to obtain safety training as deemed necessary by the safety department.

 

The successful candidate will have a high school diploma and a minimum 2 years of oil and gas industry experience. This individual is detail oriented with solid organization and communication skills. Computer skills as well as mud motor technician experience are assets.

 

Please submit your application to Larry Lassiter, USA Inventory Control & Motor Shop Supervisor: llassiter@phxtech.com.

Local Truck Driver

We have an opening for a Local Truck Driver – based out of our Houston, TX location. The Local Truck Driver is accountable for making in town deliveries and hot shot trips in a competent and safe manner. The Truck Driver will be responsible for the Company truck and trailer that is assigned, as well as keeping all DOT required licensing current.

 

Responsibilities also include:

 

  • Meet daily with the Operations/Shipping & Receiving team to determine which tools and equipment need to be picked up or delivered.

  • Deliver/pickup tools and equipment to local vendors.

  • Be on-call on weekends and evenings for night hot shot loads.

  • Operate truck in a safe, responsible manner obeying all DOT Regulations.

  • Maintain and clean truck.

  • Maintain the shop area, yard, and shop vehicles.

  • Perform other duties as assigned.

 

The successful candidate will have a class A CDL with air brake endorsement, ELD experience a current medical card and a high school diploma. They will also require a minimum of 2 years flatbed experience. Previous oil field experience is an asset.

Please submit your application to Vincent Romano, USA Supply Chain & Trucking Manager: vromano@phxtech.com

 

Prism Data Technician

We have an opening for a Prism Data Technician - out of our Houston, TX location. Reporting to the USA Prism Optimization Manager, The Prism Data Technician’s primary goal is to provide positive contribution through a team environment that is intended to maximize the efficiency of the Prism Organization to serve their Customers and realize the group’s yearly objectives.  This includes the collection and presentation of data that will help support recommendations and advice on the operation of all related tools and ongoing well site operations. They will also conduct remote operation services and contribute to the achievement of the following Strategic Plan Guiding Principles: “Continuously evaluate our performance through key performance indicators and utilize these to maximize profitability and ensure strict cost controls”, and “Never lose a client due to something that is in our control”.  The incumbent will also provide innovative solutions to our clients to eliminate non-productive time, maximize producible section and optimize drilling performance

 

Responsibilities also include:

 

  • Assist the USA Drilling Optimization Manager with organization of data deliverables to be provided to our clients periodically throughout the drilling process being carried out on their projects.

  • Acquire data from various online sources, organize into required presentation formats and prepare for pre-delivery quality verification.

  • Work with the Prism Optimization team and associated stakeholders to help ensure the process of acquiring, organizing and presenting various data streams are handled in an efficient and timely manner and all required client delivery times are achieved.

  • Assist in the establishment and maintenance of positive lines of communication between the well site and the Prism Optimization Center that leads to the creation of a team environment.

  • Ensure shift reports are accurately completed and submitted prior to the completion of each shift.

  • Ensure all identified issues and developing issues are accurately evaluated and communicated to the various stakeholders through established communications channels prior to the completion of each work shift.

  • Assist in the identification and capture of both best and worst practices to ensure on going efficiency for the data delivery process.

  • Services will be performed in a 24 hour rotating shift environment and such work schedules will be defined.

  • Assist with development, communication and enforcement of safety policies and procedures.

  • Create other specialized presentations and activity reports including; data delivery responsibilities and other duties deemed necessary.

  • Work with stakeholders to help develop new operation policies and technical alerts as required.

 

The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree/technical diploma in Mechanical or Petroleum Engineering, and/or, a Bachelor’s degree in Geoscience, and a minimum of 1 year of M/LWD field experience. This individual will be highly organized with superior communication and MS Office skills.

 

Please submit your application to Raymond Fischer, USA Drilling Optimization Manager: Rfischer@phxtech.com

Inspector Level 2

We have an opening for an Inspector – Level II based out of our Midland, TX location. The Inspector – Level II uses a wide range of tools and instruments in the inspection of parts, assemblies, drawings, sketches, and specifications.

Responsibilities also include:

 

  • Perform inspection procedures on material, parts and assemblies working from general drawings, sketches and specifications.

  • Apply established inspection procedures while using a wide range of tools and instruments.

  • Maintain calibration of a variety of pressure gauges and other instruments required for numerous testing applications.

  • Communicate in a clear, professional manor with engineers as well as customers.

The successful candidate will have a high school diploma or GED with 3-5 years of experience in a related field or facility. The successful candidate will be able to use common inspection tools and instruments: SAP, hardness tester. They will be able to work from drawings, sketches and specifications without detailed inspection procedures. Level II in the NDE disciplines of liquid penetrate, magnetic particle and ultrasonic testing would be preferred.

 

Please submit your application to Brandi Hill, Inspection Manager: bhill@phxtech.com

Prism Data Technician- Level 3

We have an opening for a Prism Data Technician - Level 3 based out of our Houston, TX location. Reporting to the USA Prism Optimization Manager, The Prism Data Technician – Level 3’s primary goal is to provide positive contribution through a team environment that is intended to maximize the efficiency of the Prism Organization to serve their Customers and realize the group’s yearly objectives.  This includes the collection and presentation of data that will help support recommendations and advice on the operation of all related tools and ongoing well site operations. They will also conduct remote operation services and contribute to the achievement of the following Strategic Plan Guiding Principles: “Continuously evaluate our performance through key performance indicators and utilize these to maximize profitability and ensure strict cost controls”, and “Never lose a client due to something that is in our control”.  The incumbent will also provide innovative solutions to our clients to eliminate non-productive time, maximize producible section and optimize drilling performance.

Responsibilities also include:

  • Assist the USA Drilling Optimization Manager with organization of data deliverables to be provided to our clients periodically throughout the drilling process being carried out on their projects.

  • Acquire data from various online sources, organize into required presentation formats and prepare for pre-delivery quality verification.

  • Work with the Prism Optimization team and associated stakeholders to help ensure the process of acquiring, organizing and presenting various data streams are handled in an efficient and timely manner and all required client delivery times are achieved.

  • Assist in the establishment and maintenance of positive lines of communication between the well site and the Prism Optimization Center that leads to the creation of a team environment.

  • Ensure shift reports are accurately completed and submitted prior to the completion of each shift.

  • Ensure all identified issues and developing issues are accurately evaluated and communicated to the various stakeholders through established communications channels prior to the completion of each work shift.

  • Assist in the identification and capture of both best and worst practices to ensure on going efficiency for the data delivery process.

  • Services will be performed in a 24 hour rotating shift environment and such work schedules will be defined.

  • Assist with development, communication and enforcement of safety policies and procedures.

  • Create other specialized presentations and activity reports including; data delivery responsibilities and other duties deemed necessary.

  • Work with stakeholders to help develop new operation policies and technical alerts as required.

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  • The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree/technical diploma in Mechanical or Petroleum Engineering, and/or, a Bachelor’s degree in Geoscience, and a minimum of 1 year of M/LWD field experience. This individual will be highly organized with superior communication and MS Office skills.

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  • Please submit your application to Raymond Fischer, USA Drilling Optimization Manager: Rfischer@phxtech.com