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Stingray Pressure Pumping Equipment Operator (23144)

Responsible for the day to day maintenance and operations of tractors, pumping, sand, blending, and other operational equipment. Level of equipment operator depends on time with the company and previous experience in the field. Must be able to perform pre and post trip inspections.
Essential Job Duties:
Operation of pumps, blinding units, hydration unit, chemical unit, sand, and line equipment including iron, valves and well heads, and equipment including but not limited to those associated with cementing and water transfer.
Drive equipment over from yard and to site in all types of road and weather conditions. Includes interstate highways, county roads, and some off road situations.
Ability to install tire chains on equipment and vehicles as needed.
Accurately maintain all compliance paperwork including DOT logs, timesheets, post job documentation, etc.
Perform maintenance on equipment as required.
Perform on-site quality assurance.
Adhere to all HSE and PPE requirements.
Wash and maintain all equipment as needed.
Assist with rig up and rig down procedures.
Additional Job Duties:
Assist mechanics with major repairs on equipment.
Train new employees as needed on equipment.
Operate crane and/or forklift.
Clean, organize, and take inventory of materials at the yard/warehouse.
Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
Qualifications
High school diploma or equivalent
Class A Commercial Driver's License (CDL) with hazmat, air brake, and tanker endorsements preferred
Must be able to pass DOT physical and drug test and comply with DOT regulations
6 months frac or well service experience (not applicable for EO I position)
Must be able to stand, sit, bend, or climb for long periods of time
Ability to lift 50lbs or more
Ability to follow directions
Ability to work irregular hours
Ability to multi-task
Ability to successfully solve problems
Comply with all Stingray policies and procedures and all health and safety policies


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