Weatherford SHOP TECHNICIAN - Completions, Estevan in ESTEVAN, Saskatchewan


Well Completions creates a dependable pathway to the surface for the hydrocarbons. The term Completion describes the assembly of downhole tubulars and other safety equipment that is required to enable the safe and efficient production of oil or gas from the well after it has been drilled.

The Completions group located inWhitecourt is currently looking to fill a Shop Technician position. The Shop Technician is responsible for maintaining equipment, tools, parts, and for performing shop housekeeping duties as assigned.

Primary responsibilities:

  • Disassemble tools that have been returned from jobs; clean parts

  • Re-assemble tools into functioning order after they have been cleaned

  • Paint re-assembled tools and document their condition

  • Place assembled tools on the rack using the crane or forklift

  • Assemble tool hookups in preparation for jobs when required

  • Document tool hookups by recording tool part numbers, serial numbers, maximum OD and minimum ID and lengths on the caliper sheet

  • Pick up and drop off third party items from various suppliers

  • Act as a "hot shot" to deliver tools to the field when needed

  • Maintain the workshop in an orderly and clean condition at all times

  • Maintain, organize and ensure proper condition of shop hand tools and equipment

  • Track the whereabouts and status of running tools, crossovers andequipment

  • Submit necessary paperwork or electronic transactions that will ensure proper inventory movement

Secondary responsibilities:

Establish and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues.

  • Reasonable requests from colleagues are met promptly

  • Essential information relating to daily work schedules is provided clearly & accurately

  • Provide support to colleagues that appear to be in work related difficulties

Establish and maintain relationships with visitors

  • Visitors are greeting in a manner which promotes goodwill

  • Provide sufficient information to meet their identified needs

  • Where information requests are outside the job holders responsibility, these should be passed on to the appropriate person promptly



  • Previous work as a shop hand and/orassembly/repair of machinery

  • Product knowledge of liner and inflatable equipment is preferred

  • Basic mechanical aptitude

  • Manual dexterity and strength, use of solvent tank, grinder and buffing wheel is required

  • Operation of forklift and crane, paint booth and mask

  • Neat and legible handwriting; basic organizational skills

  • Use of OD and ID calipers and tape measure

  • Valid drivers license with clean abstract

  • Ability to follow directionswith good judgment of time