SPN Well Services provides a complementary suite of drilling, completion and production services, including driling rigs, CATS, coiled tubing, pressure control, electric line, thru tubing, remedial pumping, production tools, and rentals. Offering both individual and packaged services, we support all phases of your well's lifecycle while helping you reduce costs and enhance production. We also offer local leadership, basin-level experience and innovative application of technologies.
PHYSICAL JOB STANDARDS
The following essential functions and related job standards have been prepared for the Company's exclusive use and are not intended as an inclusive listing of any job's responsibilities. These functions and standards may be changed or altered by the Company at any time without notice. The Company retains its traditional rights in managing and operating the Company, its facilities, and employees.
Occupation: Mechanic / Shop Hand
General Description of Occupation:
The Mechanic is responsible for the mechanical servicing and upkeep of all DA&S equipment. The mechanic will perform scheduled preventative maintenance, will troubleshoot problems and perform necessary repairs. Approximately 90% of work
performed is in the mechanic's shop; the remaining 10% is maintenance work in the field. .
Number of Days Worked Each Week: 5-7
Total Hours Worked Each Week Including Breaks: 40-80
Essential Functions of Job:
- Troubleshooting: the mechanic, based on reports from the field, will have to diagnose problems with various types of oil well service equipment. The mechanic will have to understand the operation of the piece of equipment, and understand the appropriate diagnostic tests. The tests will frequently require interpretation on the part of the mechanic. The mechanic will have to reach those critical areas of the equipment in order to perform the diagnostic tests, which can require awkward postures.
- Repairs/Overhauls. The mechanic will be required to perform the repairsdictated based on troubleshooting the equipment, or perform scheduled maintenance such as equipment overhauls. Overhauling engines and transmissions is required. Repairs of differentials, hydraulic and electrical systems are required. Welding is a routine requirement of the job. Access during repair can place the body in awkward postures. Handling of heavy items will occur, especially in the field.
Physical Requirements of Job:
- Standing and Walking. The Mechanic will be required to stand for the majority of the workday.
- Surface Conditions. The Mechanic will typically stand/walk on cement floor of the Mechanic's Shop. Some pieces of equipment will require the Mechanic to stand on the equipment itself. Field work will require standing on the ground. The presence of oil can create slippery conditions on the floor.
- Sitting. The Mechanic will have the option of sitting when he/she feels it is appropriate for the specific repair job.
- Manual Handling Tasks (Lifting, Pushing, Pulling, Carrying)
- Climbing. May have to climb on equipment to perform repairs. Platforms are available for Mechanics - may climb up on platform.
- Required Postures. The following postures are routinely required when performing shop hand tasks:
- Above Shoulder Work
- Extended Reaches
Excellent Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability, Life, Matching 401(k), Employee Stock Purchase Plan