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Equipment Operator

Company Name:
Baker Hughes
EMPLOYMENT STATUS
Full time Regular

ABOUT THIS
job
baker
Hughes Incorporated has an opening for an EQUIPMENT OPERATOR in MINOT, ND. As a leader in the oilfield
services
industry, Baker Hughes offers opportunities for qualified people who want to grow in our high performance organization. Our leading technologies and our ability to apply them safely and effectively create value for our customers and our shareholders.

ROLE SYNOPSIS
Operates company vehicle on a daily basis between district and off -site location to deliver products, tools and equipment.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES/ACCOUNTABILITIES
- Participates in rigging up, connecting hoses, delivery of product to location.
- Capable of lifting 50lbs repeatedly.
- Maintains all required log books and inspection reports.
- Responsible for delivery and pick up of Stimplus products to frac site.
- Completes pre and post trip inspections plus fuels cleans and services the units.
- Maintains assigned equipment, performs daily inspections to ensure compliance with operational and safety
requirements.
- Report all operational deficiencies to
supervisor
and maintenance personnel.
- Proficiently performs equipment inspection and maintenance as requested and completes paperwork.
- Operate equipment in accordance with company procedures, and customer requirements.
- Follows proper rig up procedures.
- Practice safe driving procedures when travelling to and from locations, following company policies, customer policies and state laws.
- Other Duties as assigned by management.

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS
- Holds a Class A CDL and Hazmat and Tanker endorsement. (MUST HAVE)
- Must be willing to work a rotating schedule which includes working 12 hour Day or Night.
- High School Diploma or equivalent.
- Must be able to work 24/7 schedule.
- Willingness to work in physically demanding role.
- Willingness to work long hours.
- Ability to pass DOT physical and drug screen.
- Ability to understand and carry out routine oral and written instructions.
- Ability to safely operate, maintain, and perform minor repairs on equipment, replacing hoses, minor mechanic type
work on pumps, fittings, etc.
- Ability to maintain effective working relationship with other employees.
- Reliable transportation to and from work.


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