Are you looking for a great opportunity to join a rapidly growing, innovative energy services company? Do you want to join a team with room for personal and professional growth? Then look no further!
Savanna Drilling is looking to grow our business and we are accepting resumes for the role of Derrickhand for multiple locations across Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Join Savanna’s Team and let our successes become yours!
What does Savanna have to offer?
> Competitive Pay & Steady Work
> Committed to Employee Advancement
> Company Paid Training
> Immediate Family Health and Dental Benefit Coverage
> Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, and Disability Insurance Coverage
> Competitive Safety incentive Program
> Amazing company Employee Stock Savings Plan - 150% employer match contribution
The primary purpose of this role is to assist the Driller with monitoring mud volumes and maintenance of equipment required for completion of the job.
Observe and maintain preventative maintenance programs (and, with regard to Drilling operations, maintain proper drilling fluid characteristics, the rate of fluid circulation,
pressure and mud handling equipment, monitor the mud circulating system);
Report on mud levels and ensure adequate provision of mud supplies;
Ensure sufficient supply of pipe on the catwalk;
Understand the pump manifold and ensure that pump lines are secure;
Work on and above the drilling floor, ensuring the usage of proper safety equipment (and, with regard to Drilling operations, guide drill pipe during the tripping process);
Assign junior crew members to tasks on the rig floor as required;
Ensure 100% tie-off on any elevated levels and understand how to close in the well if required;
Drive mobile equipment as required;
Other duties as assigned.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Relevant functional and technical skills;
Team-orientation and the ability to build good relationships with bosses and peers;
Commitment to the demonstration of Savanna’s core values (integrity, relationships, excellence & sustainability);
Ability to prioritize tasks and manage his/her own time and tasks effectively;
Ability to maintain composure under stressful conditions;
Commitment to his/her own learning and development, particularly with regard to technical skills;
Attentiveness and good listening skills;
A positive and proactive approach to compliance with the Company’s policies and procedures.
Qualified Candidates Require:
Must have valid H2S Alive ticket, Standard First Aid, Confined Space Rescue ticket, Fall Protection ticket, and Rig Rescue ticket;
Relevant experience of field work in the oilfield services industry. Previous experience will ideally include supervisory responsibility;
Preferred completion of Level 2 Rig Technician, but will consider completion of Level 1 and enrollment and proven progression (hours and/or schooling) in Level 2 of the Rig Technician Apprenticeship Program or equivalent experience.
Valid Class 5 Driver's License;
Must be willing to travel to remote locations with reliable transportation.
(Due to the large volume of resumes that we receive, only qualified candidates will be contacted.)