Measurement Technician I

Scout Energy, LLC

Ulysses, KS


Measurement Technician I – Job Description

Duties & Responsibilities

- Responsible for proper operation and maintenance of gas measurement equipment associated with well sites, booster stations and pipeline facilities in accordance with Company procedures/policies, TRRC and applicable DOT regulations

- Navigate and utilize various programming software including TotalFlow, Roclink, FreeWave and MDS configuration software

- Maintain accurate measurement of gas into and out of an assigned area

- Maintain and manage measurement test and sample scheduling for assigned area

- Maintain, calibration and troubleshooting of field instrumentation devices for process equipment including, but not limited to: pressure, flow and temperature devices; EFM including TotalFlow 6412 & 6413 meters; Barton dry-flow chart meters

- Assist with operations of natural gas compressors

- Operate within an assigned work schedule and maintain zero out of compliance work orders

- Aware of lease costs in daily activities. 0% tool and equipment loss. Identify surface equipment issues for PM

- Supervise the end-of-the-month close out and subsequent proving of meters

- Complete mandated safety and regulatory training

- Performs other various tasks as assigned by the Foreman

Skills & Specifications

- Has integrity, good communication skills, and a positive attitude

- Strong work ethic

- Comfortable working in a fast-paced high-pressure production environment

- Has basic computer skills; data entry into various electronic databases or the ability to learn

- Maintain good housekeeping in all areas of responsibility

- Able to work in changing and extreme climate conditions

Education & Qualifications

- Possess a valid driver’s license, CDL a plus (may be required in some locations)

- Legally authorized to work in the United States

- Able to pass a pre-employment drug and background check

- Must possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent from an accredited, state-certified program

- Certifications from trade schools and/or professional organizations are preferred

- Must be capable and willing to work overtime as required and participate in an on-call rotation

- Knowledgeable in operating and maintaining equipment within oil and gas facilities preferred

- Capable of lifting/carrying/pushing/pulling up to 50lbs

- Capable of vigorous outdoor activities and have manual dexterity with physical ability to work extended hours, climbing, bending, kneeling, squatting, working with arms extended above the head, twisting upper body, standing for long periods, working in confined spaces, exposure to extreme weather conditions, driving a vehicle, operation of forklifts and light industrial equipment