Author Topic: Expro Nigeria Job Vacancies: DST/TCP Operators and Supervisors (4 positions)  (Read 1992 times)

naos

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Expro International Group Ltd operates in all the major hydrocarbon producing areas of the world, employing 5,000 people in 50 countries. With our head office in the UK, Expro has regional headquarters in Aberdeen, Cape Town, Dubai, Houston, Kuala Lumpur and Rio.

Job Title: DST/TCP Operators and Supervisors (4 positions)
Location: Port Harcourt

The principle accountabilities of the position are:
•   Perform DST and/or TCP operation in both onshore and offshore field locations.
•   Take charge of pre-job planning activities, which may include client meetings. This includes string design.
•   Take charge of equipment preparation activities and job load out for the designated operation.
•   Supervise and mentor more junior operations personnel both on location and in the workshop.
•   Work closely with other DST/TCP supervisors both at region and global level to share information.
•   Assist with awareness training on DST and TCP within region.
•   Effectively communicate with peers and management regardless of location or time zone.
•   Travel throughout SWA region as required, with potential for travel to other regions occasionally.
•   Perform all activities safely, and with regard to Expro rules, systems and procedures.

The successful candidate should also meet the following criteria:
•   Minimum 5 years DST and TCP experience.
•   Excellent mechanical aptitude and knowledge of pneumatics and instrumentation.
•   Excellent computer skills and literacy.
•   Excellent communication skills.
•   High School diploma or equivalent. Extensive Oilfield Experience or apprenticeship may be acceptable.

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Source: Expo Group Careers

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Submit your application in time before the deadline. It is better. Good luck!

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