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Certified Floorhand Drilling and Well Servicing and Control

Education, Experience & Location
Resume ID: 106204
Location: USA TX Houston
Education: Some college
Experience: 5 Years
 

  
Resume
Objective
A challenging, entry level position in a reputed company in the fields of hydrocarbon exploitation on well drilling or servicing where strong technical skills can impact the bottom line

Work Experience
Floorhand, High Plains Technology Center Woodward, OK, 08-2007 to 09-2007
Hand-on-Training for oil and gas drilling and well servicing
?Rigging up and down, assisting the driller and derrick hand in maintenance and repair rig equipment, performs all duties in safe manner
?Tripping, running drill pipe in and out of the well bore, handling drill pipe, drill collars, slips and tongs when making or breaking up connections, Pin and box doping, Shoulder inspection
?Induction training experience on Well Servicing, Basic tools identification and equipment, Rod servicing, Tubing servicing, Rigging and Swabbing
?Acquainted with various terms and definitions, general information, rig safety, awareness, prevention and avoiding of slips, trips, and falls, use of standard OSHA personal protective equipments, Hazwoper Awareness, Basic tools and equipment handling, proper tools use and operations, forklift operation for drilling
?Performs miscellaneous duties including lubricating the machinery, cleaning up and placing tools in their proper place, racking pipe and other jobs

System Assembler, Alpha Circuits Inc., Stafford, TX, 07-2006-Present
?Wiring harness in a corrective continuity, Terminal block-connectors installation on panels, In-process functional testing of units, Soldering processes-low/high temperature,
?Use of hand-power and drill tools, Mechanical Inclined

Electro Mechanical Assembler, Suntron, Houston, TX, 01-2005 to 06-2006
?Assembled and Disassemble voting booths using hand and power tools, Wiring connections in a corrective manners, Functional test, setup test, pretest on unit and booths

Assembler-Operator, Computers at Inventec Inc., Houston, TX, 02-2005 to 03-2005
?Assembled HP computer hardware components, Inspected and accounted for defected components during assembly; followed operator instructions and production orders

Assembly-Line Operator, United Plastics Group, Inc., Houston, TX, 12-2004 to 03-2005
?Assembled HP computer hardware components such as hard drive carrier, i.e. base trays, heat sinks, bezel caps and handles, read schematic diagrams, use of power and hand tools

Parts Handler, United Plastics Group, Inc., New Hope, MN, 05-2004 to 10-2004
?Operated Mold Press, manual/semi-automatic, Responsible for loading-unloading auto molded parts in-from press complying with industrial trim specifications; Performed production inspection checks on all products

Production-Line worker-Quality Inspector, Boomerang Laboratories Inc., Crystal, MN, 07-2002 to 05-2004
?Performed quality and quantity inspections on liquid products such as shampoos, detergents, soaps and body lotions


Education
?Floorhand Training for Oil and Gas Drilling, High Plains Technology Center,
Woodward, Oklahoma, 2007
?Floorhand Training for Well Servicing, High Plains Technology Center, Woodward, Oklahoma, 2007
?IADC Rig Pass HSE Orientation, High Plains Technology Center, Woodward, Oklahoma, 2007
?Well Control Training-Well CAP Program, Wild Well Control, Inc. Houston, Texas 2007
?Occupational Safety Training, Inc.
?High School Diploma, GCE O-Level, Ibadan, Nigeria


Certification
?Forklift Operator Certification, 08-31-2007 to 08-31-2010
?Well Servicing Training Program Certification, 09-21-2007
?Oil and Gas Drilling Training Program Certification, 08-31-2007
?Rig Pass, HSE Orientation IADC Program number R599, 08-31-2007
?MEDIC First Aid training programs, Basic CPR First Aid for Adults, 08-27-2007 to 08-27-2009
?Fundamental Level for Drilling With Stack Qualification of Surface, IADC Accredited Program W414, 11-15-2007 to 11-15-2009
?SWET Helicopter Underwater Egress Training, 11-5-2007
?Offshore Water Survival –API RP T-4- 11-5-2007
?Safe Gulf – SFG503855656 – 11-2007


Skills
Competency and performance levels required achieved on Well Servicing and Drilling Operations
?Operate required equipments and Proper tool use, Operate and maintain various related tool and equipment use on pipes handling while making or breaking up pipe connection, Tripping, Running casing and retrieving drill string, Assists in preparing additional drill pipe, collars, Use of Blowout Preventer equipment no well bore after completion of servicing or drilling
?Able to applied technical skills and it applications used on the drilling rig for oil and gas exploitation, Able to properly maintain, inspect, work the slips, tongs and elevators safely, Performed safe work habits during well servicing or drilling operations, Able to recognize and identify safety hazard and stop work immediately
?Computer Literate in Microsoft Word and Excel, Ability to Read or Use Engineering Schematics Diagram; Blueprints; Micrometers; Multi-meter; caliper
?Knowledge/Experience with soldering processes- Low/High temperature
?Use of lifting equipments; Ability to communicate effectively with others
?Perform basic mathematical calculations; Basic reading comprehension and writing skills
?Physically able to stand; walk; balancing; pulling; lifting materials between 50-135 pounds; reaching high and low; respective twisting or pressure involving wrist and hands
?Ability of rapid mental coordination simultaneously; Able to tolerate continuous vibrations and elevated noise levels as well as mentally alert for entire shift, Willing to travel extensively, Relocate, Able to work under any climatic conditions
 

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