Wireline Field Operator

Noble Casing, Inc.

Williston, ND


Job Summary:

Wireline Field Operator Reports To: Wireline Engineer

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Build and assemble required gun and setting tool components at the well site carefully and without error
  • Assist crew members and engineer on site to conduct wireline operations safely and efficiently
  • Keep track of and perform maintenance on equipment and tools in the field
  • Observe fellow crew members, communicate potential hazards, corrective actions and safe workpractices


Skills and Knowledge:

  • Ability to follow instructions and directions
  • Must be proficient with written and verbal communication
  • Must work well with others and understand the importance of/adhere to working as a team

Job Requirement:

  • Prefer at least 1 year oilfield experience•Physical ability to lift heavy equipment and guns (shooting 14+ stages per 24 hours)•Good standing with DISA (drug and alcohol testing program) required•Class A or B CDL w/ hazmat required (will give you 60 days to get one if you don’t have one already)•Clear driving record the past 3-5 years AND have the ability to be insured (see below)•Must be in good standing with the ATF and have the ability to pass a background check•Complete all Noble Casing, Inc. and industry specific training•Remain up-to-date on all required training and re-certifications•Must use proper PPE at all times•Ability to work in extreme weather conditions

Physical Demands

  • Sedentary Work
  • Light Duty
  • Lifting of 20 pounds maximum with possibility of frequent lifting and, or carrying of objects weighing up to 10 pounds
  • Medium Duty
  • Lifting of 50 pounds maximum with possibility of frequent lifting and, or carrying of objects weighing up to 25 pounds
  • Heavy Work This one
  • Lifting of 100 pounds maximum with possibility of frequent lifting and, or carrying of objects weighing up to 50 pounds or more

Driver Criteria:

This is our preferred guideline for insured drivers. Individual exceptions may be considered to some degree.

Requiring Driver Exclusions:

  • One or more Type A Violation(s) in a 60 month period
  • Two or more Type B Violation(s) in a 36 month period
  • Three or more Type C Violation(s) in a 36 month period
  • One Type B and two Type C Violations in a 36 month period

Type of Violations Defined:

  • Type A: Includes but not limited to, DWI, DUI, OUI, refusing a substance test and charges of reckless

driving, manslaughter, hit & run, eluding police, any felony, drag racing, having or driving with

a suspended license.

  • Type B: Includes all vehicle accidents regardless of fault.
  • Type C: Includes all moving violations not in Types A or B such as; speeding, improper lane change,

failure to yield, running stop lights or signs.

  • Type D: Included non-moving violations such as illegal parking, equipment violations, obstructing

traffic, failure to display registration or driver’s license.