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Field Technician



United States · Remote
Posted on Thursday, June 27, 2024
About Corva
Corva has built a first-of-its-kind energy app store on a bedrock of best-in-class technologies, data pipelines, and a secure and scalable architecture. Our energy solutions solve today's toughest well delivery challenges, from well design through drillout. The ever-evolving platform is not only future-proof for digitizing operations but is your toolkit to accelerate sustainability and energy transition goals. Our platform is built for speed and reliability and delivers unmatched features and capabilities.
Corva is powering worldwide innovation by driving efficiency, productivity, and profitability with our innovative energy solutions.

Corva’s mission is to accelerate the future of energy.

Boldness: Corvanauts have the confidence and courage to question status quo for the products we make and the relationships we cultivate.
Own End-to-End: We take ownership of what we start and see it through to completion through trust and dependability.
Transparency: It's crucial to be open and honest and consistent with updates and data flow with customers and colleagues. We value the free-flowing of information and data to make better decisions.
Bias Action: Corvanauts don't sit still - our default mode is taking action! We make progress through high-quality iterations. Failure is built into the process and success is defined by the number of shots on goal.

Join Corva's dynamic team as a Field Technician at our headquarters in Houston, Texas, and play a pivotal role in supporting our 24/7 operations. This role is perfect for those who love the field, as you'll be spending approximately 20 days a month on-site, bringing your expertise directly to where it's needed most.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Travel to various Drilling & Completions sites to conduct training sessions on the Corva platform.

  • Perform installations of Corva Completions Hardware to facilitate data collection across a range of operations including Frac, Wireline, Pumpdown, and Coiled Tubing.

  • Maintain meticulous records of field visits and manage hardware inventory efficiently.

  • Provide on-call support for data-related issues, ensuring smooth and uninterrupted data flow.

  • Establish and maintain clear communication channels among various field units and the Operations team back in Houston to resolve issues swiftly.

  • Be prepared for extensive travel as this role requires 100% travel availability.

  • Undertake other duties as necessary to support the team and operations.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • 3+ years of experience in the drilling or completions industry.

  • In-depth knowledge of electronic drilling recorder systems and data management systems for completions.

  • Exceptional time-management abilities and strong collaborative skills to work effectively with service companies.

  • Proficient in identifying data anomalies and conducting problem-solving.

  • Effective at training and imparting knowledge to others.

  • Experience with drilling software and data analysis tools common in operations.

  • Familiarity with the maintenance, troubleshooting, and operation of tools and equipment.

  • Physical fitness to work in various outdoor conditions, capable of lifting up to 50 pounds, and fulfilling other physical demands of the job.

Education and Experience:

  • High School Diploma or G.E.D. required.

  • 3-5 years of experience as an Electronics Technician or Field Engineer in a Frac Service company.

  • Valid Driver's License is a must.

  • Work hours may include early morning, late afternoon/evening hours, and weekends in any combination depending on job demands. The work schedule can also require extended out-of-town assignments for two to three weeks at a time.

  • Knowledge of Health, Safety, and Environmental (HSE) protocols specific to the oil and gas industry.

Preferred Attributes:

  • Associates Degree in Electronics.

  • Experience in real-time drilling and completions operations.

  • Familiarity with various Frac van software packages and oilfield service industry standards.

  • Certifications like Safeland and H2S Training are advantageous.

Schedule and Benefits:

  • 20 days on/10 days off, or 10 days on/5 days off.

  • 12-hour workdays.

Accommodations Provided

  • Company supplied work Truck

  • Company-provided accommodations, work truck, and expense reimbursements for meals, fuel, and lodging while on duty.

Ideal Candidate Profile:

  • You are dependable, detail-oriented, and enjoy a structured work environment.

  • You thrive in high-pressure situations and are comfortable with frequent changes in your work setting.

  • You value autonomy but are also a strong team player and communicator.

  • You are innovative, always looking for creative solutions and improvements