Major Energy Company: Offshore Rigger/Roustabout in Carencro, LA

Major Energy Company

Opportunity Title: Offshore Rigger/ Roustabout
Location: Carencro, LA

Closed Date: 04/10/2017
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ABOUT THE COMPANY

This Major Energy Company is the largest operator on the Gulf of Mexico Shelf. Their people, expertise, partnerships and commitment to success are the reasons behind their continued growth.

Job Description

As a P&A Rigger with this company, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in a diverse and fast paced environment.  In this position the P&A Rigger will be responsible for safe rigging up and rigging down operations and daily operations at the work site.  This position is located offshore and will work 14 day on and 7 day off rotation.

  •  Maintain good communication with P&A Pump Operators and Supervisors
  • Unloading boats, hooking onto loads, and unhooking from loads with crane and rigging up equipment
  • Responsible for rigging up valves and lines from pump to well
  • Keeping up with water volume in tanks and how much has been pumped into the wells
  • Mixing cement and cleaning cement blender after pumping cement
  • Maintain all tools, making sure they are clean and in good working condition
  • Assist Pump Operators in checking all fuel and oil levels in equipment
  • Assist E-Line and Slick Line during rigging operations
  • Maintain a clean and safe work area and job site by following Fieldwood Energy HSE and Standard Operating Procedures manuals

Minimum Requirements

  • Must meet all of NextOp’s elegibility requierements
  • Minimum of 1 – 2 years previous offshore experience preferred
  • General knowledge of well services and equipment
  • Knowledge of Plug & Abandonment equipment and services
  • Must be physically able to respond to emergency situations
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Must understand and comply with all safety rules, BSEE and be able to learn Company regulations
  • Knowledge of Job Safety Analysis (JSAs) and  Job Hazard Analysis
  • Must have the skills to control operations of equipment or systems
  • Must have about a year of rigger experience.
  • Must be able to drive to location per work schedule.
  • Must be able to pass hair follicle test.
  • Must be able to work 12 hours a day in harsh weather conditions.

Pay

Based on experience

How to Apply 

Email resumes to jonathan@nextopvets.org

All applicants must meet NextOp’s minimum program requirements:

  • Post 9/11 Veteran
  • Honorable Discharge
  • Able to pass a Background Check and Drug Screening
  • Have a Valid Drivers License and Driving Record
  • E-7 and Below

HOW TO APPLY

  • STEP 1: QUICK RESPONSE FORM

    Get your NextOp Registration process jump started by filling in the Quick Response Form below. Please make sure to attach your resume.

    Once the Quick Response Form is submitted, you'll be prompted to move on to STEP 2 – completion of the full Registration form.


How to Find Key Words in Job Descriptions to Tailor Your Resume

Who are you?

My name is Jonathan Barreda and I am a Marine Veteran who deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in the Helmand Providence.

What do you do at NextOp?

At NextOp, I am one of the Employment Team Coordinators who works with the veterans to assist them in their search for employment in their desired industry.

How to Find Key Words in Job Descriptions to Tailor Resume

Having a resume that stands out when given to a recruiter can be challenging and confusing. I use the term confusing loosely because I can get an opinion from multiple people and still not have a clear direction of what should be included in the resume. Something else that can be challenging can be a special task that requires time and a selection process to pick out a job. I personally read the resume and either highlight repeated words that can be considered hard/soft skills and recommend that there is an emphasis on those specifically highlighted words. Rule of thumb is that if an employer is looking for a certain candidate they would expect the resume to answer all of the requirements on the resume itself.

There are some tools that I wish I would have known when I started my transition from the Marine Corps. The website JobScan.co can be a great asset because you can easily see what are the words that are mostly used in the job description and you can capitalize on explaining your accomplishments. Another source that I found very useful was O-net Online and that site helps you see what type of jobs would be closest related to your military specialty. At the end of the day, NextOp is here to assist in translating military experience to civilian terms.


MEMORIES for Military May 2017

“The legacy of heroes is the memory of a great name and the inheritance of a great example” — Benjamin Disraeli

NextOp’s Military May Mentorship & Fundraising Campaign kicks off May 1st, the first day of National Military Appreciation Month! Highly motivated Fire Teams of supporters compete against each other to raise awareness and funds that will help get more veterans employed. Aimed at easing the post-military transition process, our goal is to recruit more mentors that would like to guide veterans into long-term careers, raise funds to help NextOp improve our employment programs, find more job opportunities, and reach more veterans in need of our services. Learn more about our Military May Mentorship & Fundraising Campaign here.

CELEBRATE THE SERVICE MEMBERS IN YOUR LIVES!

Help us recognize our nation’s veterans and their service to our country by submitting military pictures to anna@nextopvets.org. Please be sure to include the name of the service member and branch of service.


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