Night Shift Motor Shop Foreman

The USA Night Shift Motor Shop Foreman will perform all duties related to scheduling, planning, review of work center capacity, and due dates based on requirements from customers to meet business goals and financial targets. The Foreman will work closely with all departments and personnel within the facility.


Specific Accountabilities (not all-inclusive)

  • Coordinate nightly responsibilities of Motor Shop, Inspection, Quality Control, Inventory, Machining, and Maintenance teams to meet customer requirements/business needs.

  • Review and maintain daily schedules to meet on time delivery and efficiency goals.

  • Coordinate and/or facilitate production status meetings nightly to clearly outline objectives with each group.

  • Address and resolve any scheduling conflicts or shortages, develop corrective action plan to meet demands.

  • Liaison between departments to ensure the control of production procedures, communication and work instructions.

  • Review orders and customer due dates to prioritize workload for each department.

  • Provides nightly updates/reports to the day crew on production.

  • Respond to additional changes to workday requests or inquiries.

  • Maintain a clean, safe, work environment for all areas of responsibility, including daily review of work areas.

  • Ensure shop equipment/tools are maintained properly to avoid any potential down time.

  • Assist other departments with various projects when time permits.

  • Perform all duties so as to meet the responsibilities listed in the health and safety handbook.

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


The successful candidate will have a high school diploma with intermediate computer skills in the Microsoft suite and Visio. They must have the ability to communicate both verbally and written and be a motivated self-starter that is organized and has exceptional problem solving skills. The candidate should have knowledge of manufacturing methods and procedures and be able to multitask while maintaining effective levels of customer service. The incumbent must be able to demonstrate good judgement, and foster teamwork between all team members. Previous mud motor and lean/Six Sigma Certification would be considered assets.    


Please submit your application to Eric Johnson, Motor Shop Manager:

Tool Coordinator and Forklift Operator

We have an opening for a Tool Coordinator/Forklift Operator based out of our Midland, Texas location. Reporting to the Shipping & Receiving Manager, the Tool Coordinator/Forklift Operator is responsible for shipping and receiving with proper documentation, tracking equipment, assisting in quality control, and coordinating shipments.


Responsibilities also include:

  • Ship and receive tools to and from all field locations.

  • Strap motors and maintain a live inventory in the yard and all field locations.

  • Operate forklift and overhead crane.

  • Perform preventive maintenance on forklift daily.

  • Maintain cleanliness in the shop and yard.

  • Assist in quality control for all items received.

  • Receive and verify that all tools have been received and recorded in inventory.

  • Operate Company vehicle when required.

  • Be on-call on certain weekends and work overtime when required.


The successful candidate will have a high school diploma with a valid driver’s license and current driver’s abstract. This individual is capable of working unsupervised, detail oriented with solid organization and communication skills. Previous oil and gas service industry experience an asset.


Please submit your application to Daniel Arroyos, Shipping & Receiving Manager:

Atlas Rental Field Supervisor

We have an opening for an Atlas Rental Field Supervisor based out of our Midland, TX. Reporting to the Atlas Motor Coordinator, the Atlas Rental Field Supervisor is responsible for close coordination efforts with the Atlas Motor Coordinator, Sales team, and customers to maintain and exceed standard motor reliability.

Responsibilities also include:

  • Work in conjunction with the Atlas Coordinator and Sales team to drive Atlas motor rentals with existing customers through office and rig visits.

  •  Manage the transfer of clean motors to location, clean/dirty motor pick up once runs are complete, as well as assist the motor coordinator with ordering motors as needed.

  • Retrieve motor run reports or hours and assist with getting tickets signed as needed during daily rig visits.

  • Maintain high utilization of the Atlas motor fleet through coordinated efforts at the office, rig, and staging facilities.

  • Educate new and existing customers on how to operate the Atlas fleet of motors and ensure operators are following all motor procedures to ensure high reliability.

  • Perform rig site training for rig crews, Directional Drillers, Field Superintendents, and Drilling Engineers.

  • Work with Administration and Sales to ensure all Atlas and rental motors hours are provided from the field in a timely manner.

  • Work with Sales team on making sure invoices are signed and submitted as motors are utilized in the field.

  • Work with Reliability team on RCA and follow up with customers all incidents.

  •  Provide Atlas Motor Coordinator with daily report detailing visits, needs, issues, and upcoming rental motor logistics. 

  • The successful candidate will have previous rig experience as a Directional Driller and/or a minimum of 3 years’ experience as an MWD Operator. The will have a valid driver’s license and have a valid certificate in H2S alive where applicable. 


Please submit your application to Bobby Phillips, Atlas Motor Coordinator:

MWD Operator

We have openings for MWD Operator based out of our Houston, TX location. The MWD Operator is accountable for providing real-time survey data for carrying out directional and horizontal drilling operations.  Exercises 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:  

  • Thorough Communication with coordinator to plan and execute successful projects from start to finish.

  • Set up primary string, back-up string, rig equipment, and surface gear once tools arrive on location. This includes a full function test of the tools and surface gear, an inventory of tools and supplies in the kit

  • Operate the directional drilling tools including installing the tools into the drill string, setting the tool face offset or orienting sub, surface testing the tools, and surveying while running in the hole. This also includes the operations related to drilling with the tools, sliding, rotating, calculating battery usage and surveying at each survey point, filling out run reports and survey sheets, and troubleshooting the tool in the hole.

  • Complete rig out and return shipping operations, including the cleaning and packing of tools into the kit boxes, preparing the necessary run reports and end of well reports, uploading all end of well documents to PHX database.

  • Participate in the servicing of tools in the shop by informing the shop staff and lab of any concerns or problems, submitting and completing incidents, entering run information into the PHX database.

  • 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.


The successful candidates will have previous MWD experience and a minimum of 14 days of on-the job training with an experienced Phoenix MWD Operator. If no previous MWD experience, a 4 year degree or military with honorable discharge is preferred. This individual will also have a valid driver’s license and certificates in H2S Alive where applicable. They will also have excellent communication, organization, problem solving skills, and strong computer skills.


Please submit your application to Andres Alcala, MWD Coordinator:

Manual Machinist

We have an opening for a Night Shift Manual Machinist based out of our Houston, TX location.  The Manual Machinist applies basic skills and appropriate machining practices in turning, milling and tooling processes as specified by work orders, blueprints, set-up sheets and verbal instructions. The incumbent will machine parts, consistently meeting or exceeding production, safety and quality targets assigned.


Responsibilities also include:  

  • Review procedures, work orders, blueprints, and set-up sheets and receives verbal work instructions to plan the job layout with as few set-ups as possible.

  • Operate Manual Lathe functions, perform programming or program editing at machine controls if needed.

  • Select the correct machine and tooling to do the job and gather required tooling and fixtures or places order with tool room if necessary.

  • Set-up machine as required using prescribed detail and operating procedures.

  • Calculate speeds, feeds, depths of cuts and tapers for machining.

  • Identify the type of material being used and performs hardness testing.

  • Correct or modify tooling call-outs, offsets, speeds and feeds to allow for variations in the material.

  • Perform diversified machining operations and finish complex parts that include exact placement of features, tapers and tolerances of less than .005”. Consistently meet or exceed manufacturing, safety and quality targets.

  • Use measuring devices to check all part dimensions (Gagemaker), perform and evaluate all Level I Non-Destructive Testing evaluations on finished part and complete all Inspection documentation in a timely and accurate manner.

  • Report non-conformance to the Quality Control Manager.

  • Use material handling equipment to move parts and components to and from work area (overhead crane, forklift, etc).

  • Practice good housekeeping in assigned area and properly dispose of waster according to safety and environmental policies.

  • Promptly report any operational problems or safety issues with machinery, tools or equipment to Machine Shop Lead and submits a Maintenance Requisition.


The successful candidate will have a high school diploma or G.E.D. as well as a minimum 6 years of machining experience with at least 4 years in a similar environment and/or 4 years of in-house experience. This individual will be able to run all mills or lathes and all manual machines to complete a part independently or under minimum supervision and demonstrate the ability to interpret complicated drawings with multiple views and machining surfaces. The incumbent is proficient with gauges and measuring instruments and understands and practices geometric tolerance and has the ability to process necessary information from machine controls and edit programs accordingly.


Please submit your application to Ron Mueller, Global Supply Chain Director:  

Sales Administration Assistant

We have an opening for a Sales Administration Assistant based out of our Houston, TX location. Reporting to the USA Sales Administration Manager, the Sales Administration Assistant is responsible for providing administrative support to the Sales Administrators and Salespersons specifically related to the end of well process, submitting charges for invoicing, and backing up data for third party and motor service billing.


Responsibilities also include:  

  • Maintain third party invoices and motor service billings.

  • Provide administrative support to Sales Administrators and Sales department.

  • Finalize end of well field tickets in FieldCap and SAP.

  • Submit finalized field tickets to Accounts Receivable.


The successful candidate will have a high school diploma and solid keyboard skills with proficiency in MS Office Suite and Outlook. This individual must be detail oriented with solid organization and communication skills, and able to manage multiple tasks efficiently.


Please submit your application to Katherine Lubinski, USA Sales Administration Manager:


We have an opening for an Inspector based out of our Houston, TX location. Under the direction of the Inspection Manager, the Inspector 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 precise professional tone with engineers as well with customers


The successful candidate will have a high school diploma or GED, and 3-5 years of experience in a related field or facility. This individual must be able to use a variety of common inspection tools and instruments including SAP and Hardness Tester. They must also be able to work from drawings, sketches and specifications without detailed inspection procedures


Please submit your application to Brandi Hill, Inspection Manager:

Facilities Maintenance Mechanic

Reporting to the Lead Facilities Maintenance Mechanic, the Night Shift Facilities Maintenance Mechanic is accountable for all facility maintenance and applicable repairs.

Responsibilities also include:  

  • Establish preventive maintenance schedules for all mechanical equipment.

  • Responsible for maintaining water reclamation unit on a daily basis.

  • Repair and maintain facilities service and mechanical equipment using various tools and equipment.

  • Check the operation of machines and troubleshoot mechanical and/or electrical problems.

  • Perform general maintenance throughout the facility.

  • Practice good housekeeping standards.

  • Maintain cleanliness in the shop and yard per expected standards.


The successful candidate will have a high school diploma, a trade certification and a minimum of 2 years Maintenance experience. The individual must have the ability to work independently, and be highly organized with excellent mechanical aptitude. The candidate will also need basic electrical and welding knowledge, and a valid driver’s license and current drivers abstract. Previous oil and gas industry experience an asset.


Please submit your application to David Freese, Facilities Maintenance Mechanic:

Material Handler

We have openings for a Material Handler 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 Supervisor:

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