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Coiled Tubing Supervisor

Summary: The primary role of the coiled tubing supervisor is to manage the in-field coiled tubing operations, and ensure personnel safety and equipment functionality on job locations.
Responsibilities:
Enforce all workplace safety, environmental and national safety code policies and regulations.
Ensure all necessary equipment and personnel are assigned and ready for mobilization.
Confirm all quantities, fluids types, additives, and mixing processes meet customer and program requirements.
Ensure all documentation and inspections are completed prior to commencing operations.
Assist in the evaluation and training of operators under his/her supervision and across the company.
Qualifications
Skills:
Able to operate all pumps, nitrogen (N2) equipment, coiled tubing (CT) units, cranes, and any ancillary equipment used in CT operations.
Working knowledge of specific coiled tubing equipment, Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations, and DOT hours of service regulations (FMCSA).
Able to manage and prioritize multiple activities under tight deadline schedules.
Able to effectively build relationships with customers and colleagues in a professional manner.
Able to communicate clearly and concisely in verbal and written form.
Proficient with Microsoft Office software products (e.g. Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint).
Must be able to accept responsibility and accountability for employees under his/her supervision
Strong technical and practical knowledge of operations, production, company policies, and government regulationsExcellent supervisory skills, to include motivation, coaching, training, and delegation.
Education:
High school diploma or equivalent.
Work Experience:
Minimum five (5) years of experience with coiled tubing.
Certifications:
Relevant certifications are a plus but not required.
Environment:
The coiled tubing supervisor will work in the office or on the job location. Must be able to travel to job locations and be onsite for multiple days at a time.

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