What Robinson Drilling Needs:
Family owned and operated since 1947, Robinson Drilling needs Floorhands, Motorhands, and Derrickhands. Pay offered at $40,000 - $70,000 a year.
A Little Bit About Robinson Drilling:
Robinson Drilling is a customer-focused contract driller. Decades of experience on footage, turnkey and day rate drilling contracts has instilled into our company DNA an efficiency of operations and expertise in drilling formations in the Permian Basin. We pride ourselves on the relationships we develop over time, respecting all stakeholders – our clients, employees, landowners and neighbors. We believe we must take a proactive approach in assuring safety in operations and a personal responsibility towards stewardship of company and client resources. We succeed when our stakeholders succeed.
Careers with Robinson Drilling:
The Floor hand is responsible for assisting in setting up and taking down of the drilling rig and equipment, handling, sorting and moving drill tools, pipe, cement and other materials in addition to maintaining a clean and organized work environment. He is also responsible for the manipulation of the sections of pipe or drill stem at the rig floor during drilling. It is the duty of the Floorhand to remove and replace the strings of pipe or drill stem and/or drill bit. The Floorhand may also need to drive a crew truck to transport materials and equipment.
A Motor hand provides manual labor as required to operate and maintain the rigs diesel and electric engines. The Motor hand orders tools and replacement parts for these engines and is responsible for testing the machinery for operability and safety and is required to clean and maintain engines at all times. They also operate and maintain the boiler systems. Motor hands are responsible for the training, supervising and assisting of other crew members as required.
A Derrick hand handles the uppermost section of the drilling string as it is brought from or lowered into the wellbore or drill hole. A Derrick hand oversees some of the machinery on the rig and is responsible for the conditioning of the drilling fluid and the circulation machinery. The Derrickhand spends 25% of his time up in the rigs derrick and plays the lead role in stacking and guiding pipe as it is tripped in and out or reconnected into the hole. A Derrickhand works with the mud systems, monitors weight and mixes weight properly while reporting any changes. The position requires mixing chemicals, monitoring pump manifolds and most importantly, good communication with the Engineer and the Driller.
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