Well Service Pump Technician I

Well Service Pump Technician I
Summarize briefly the major function and purpose of the position.
Inspect, maintain and troubleshoot Well Service Pump (WSP) assets in the field. The WSP Tech I is focusing on training and development under a more experienced technician to grow a greater knowledge of the operation of the WSP and how they are maintained. The WSP Technician I role will serve as an apprentice for a minimum of six months. Maintain a strong focus on Health, Safety and Environment as well as quality of work being performed.
What are the minimum qualifications an employee must have in order to perform the duties of the position? (I.e. educational requirements, licenses, certification, work experience, training etc.)
US -High School Diploma or equivalent. International - Qualifying Certificate or equivalent.
Valid driver's license
Demonstrated ability to read, write and speak English
Basic PC skills
Minimum 18 months mechanical experience.
?? Demonstrate strong mechanical aptitude
?? Demonstrate efficient use of hand tools - manual, pneumatic and electric
?? Demonstrated Commitment to Health, Safety and Environment
?? Must be able and willing to travel
May not have any active positive discipline records within the past 6 months, or scored a "Needs Improvement" on most recent performance appraisal
Must display good customer relations skills
Work hands-on in WSP products in a training role under a WSP Tech II or higher (minimum six months apprentice)
Maintain work log detailing hours of training
Learn to troubleshoot Fluid End issues on the WSP
Safety - Supports the safety culture at the base by adhering to established safety procedures and expectations of compliance
Quality - Performs all inspections, and repairs in accordance with FMC and customer standards. Supports the quality culture of FMC.
Financial Performance - Maximize throughput by working efficiently and eliminating unnecessary idle time.
Maintain attendance record of at least 97.5% per the Fluid Control Attendance Policy.
Training - Successfully complete all Integrated Services training requirements. Apply knowledge gained through training in all daily activities.
Customer Satisfaction - Adhere to customer standards. Maintain professional appearance and demeanor.
Inventory - Properly document all inventory transactions and maintain organization of in stock items. Responsible use of operating supplies. Follow all company guidelines pertaining to inventory control.
Facility and Environmental - Proactively supports compliance with local, state and federal standards including hazardous waste disposal and air quality standards. Identifies and recommends the upgrade of service tools, equipment, and fleet vehicles to ensure their safety, fitness for purpose and their serviceability. Provides daily inspection of tooling and equipment. Maintain a clean and orderly work environment.
As required, assist in the Service Center with asset inspection.

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