Responsible for developing plans to improve the production from a well. A completion engineer designs and monitors the installation of well completions and helps devise methods to improve oil and gas well production.
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- Plans delivery timetables
- Monitors stock levels
- Tracks the movement of goods through depots or warehouses
- Oversees the ordering and packaging process
- Oversees the arrival of shipments
- Management of staff – administrative or warehouse
- Monitors performance and ensures targets are met
Works closely with other technical departments in relation to drilling oil and gas wells in new or existing fields. Completion Engineers are based onshore either working for an operator, a service company, a specialist contractor or a consultancy.
- Relevant degree in science or engineering
- Should be willing to travel offshore
- Good communication skills
- Strong team working skills
£25,000 - £30,000
£40,000 - £75,000
Senior Completions Engineer, Team Leader, Drilling & Completions Manager