Employment Type: Full Time


• 3+ years of experience
• Must have own basic tools
• Ability to read electrical and hydraulic schematics
• Basic computer skills


We offer:
• Medical
• Dental
• Vision
• Company Paid Life
• 401K with company match
• Laundered Uniforms




NCCCO or NCCER Certified

• 3+ years experience operating hydraulic cranes
• CDL Required
• Ability to read load charts, set up and operate crane








Must be willing to work outside of the Houston Area.

Jobs in:
• Midland
• Williston
• Pleasanton
• Shreveport

Must have a minimum of 6 months' experience to be considered.


1400 W. Sam Houston Parkway N.
Suite 105
CALL: 713-932-9318

3214 South Loop West
Suite 580
CALL 713-660-9173


Reference: US-543-007


The Engineering Support Specialist is responsible for supporting Tool Operators, Key Account- and Project Managers, and Engineering personnel in the successful preparation of UT tools for projects in the Americas.

• Creates tool configuration drawings
• Assists in inspection feasibility assessments
• Performs tool set-ups and tool systems tests
• Assists Workshop / Maintenance Manager in system reviews / validation prior to mobilization and confirms the selected tool meets project requirements
• Tracks and coordinates Tool Maintenance within the department
• Interface control point with Houston Engineering for Tool Build Sheets and Tool Setting Parameters
• Supports Operations and Engineering in troubleshooting, maintenance, Quality improvement, and other activities such as pressure testing, project coordination, and medium sample testing
• Conducts mechanical repairs / refurbishments
• Writes and contributes to procedures and checklists related to group work
• Requisitions parts for and follows up on purchases for electromechanical subsystems
• Performs duties according to the company’s ISO requirements
• Maintains a safe and professional assigned work environment
• Reviews opportunities for cost savings and efficiencies at the position level
• Performs other job duties as assigned


• Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or related technical field; or equivalent work experience
• Working knowledge of CAD/CAE and GD&T
• Ability to understand mechanical drawings and electrical schematics
• Proficiency in creating technical documentation and procedures
• Experience with standard electrical and mechanical testing, ultrasonic technology, and design / development equipment/techniques
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Outlook)
• Must be able to remain in a stationary (standing or sitting) position 80% of the time
• Occasionally stand for several hours at a time
• Frequently move about the office to access Office supplies and equipment
• Constantly operate a computer and other office productivity machinery (i.e., calculator, copy machine, scanner, and computer printer)
• Frequently reach shelves to place and retrieve office supplies and equipment
• Constantly position self to maintain equipment in office
• Frequently communicate with employees and other NDT staff
• Must be able to exchange accurate information
• Must be able to read instructions, labels, and other printed matter for business
• Occasionally move office supplies and equipment weighing up to 50 pounds within the office


• Proficient in using all NDT software applications for UT tools
• Strong verbal and written communication skills and people skills to get results through others
Excellent organizational and time management skills
• Capability to provide input and suggestions for solutions
• Aptitude for learning new technologies and concepts

Work Environment:

• Normally work in an office within the NDT facility
• Occasionally involves travel outside of the office, including field locations, customer sites, and the NDT shop or test facilities


• Work in a global high-tech company
• Opportunities for career development
• Challenging tasks in innovative teams
• Professional trainings

If you are interested in this advanced opportunity in a dynamic and successful international environment, please send us your CV in PDF format by e-mail or fill out our form on our homepage including your desired salary and availability. Please refer to the reference number of this Job offer.



Must be familiar with all types of inspection gauges and tooling.

Must be able to travel and obtain passport
Field Service or Offshore experience a plus.
Must pass background, physical & drug text.

Email resumes to:


"Our vision is to provide the best integrated solutions for the Energy Industry."


• Open Root Pipe Welders experienced in Position and Roll Welding.
• Processes required: GMAW (MIG), FCAW (Flux Cored), GTAW (TIG).

• Pipe and vessel Fabrication experience.
• Tacking and welding knowledge is a plus.
• Must pass drug test and background check
• Must have authorization to work in USA

1602 Peach Leaf St.
Houston, TX 77039



Digital Forensics and Incident Response Analysts III (Level 2 Forensics Analysts) are experienced technical investigators. They leverage their experience to differentiate between commodity and targeted threats. They work closely with other IT personnel to identify, track, and mitigate suspicious activity.


Individuals in this position will possess an expert-level understanding of a number of security technologies.

Will investigate using complex queries across a variety of platforms.

Will assist in technical incident response activities and report writing.

Must have an advanced knowledge of relevant policies and best practices.

Differentiate between commodity and non-commodity threats.

Work with Regional IT to ensure commodity threats are addressed in a timely manner.

Use Forensics Tools to analyze non-commodity threats.

Write Forensics Reports.

Maintain meticulous records on the status of remediation.


Minimum 2 years of experience with Digital Forensics and Incident Response Tools such as FireEye HX, Mandiant Intelligent Response, Redline, and Volatility.

Experience writing Splunk queries and analyzing security logs for anomalies.

SANS GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst (GCFA) or GIAC Certified Forensic Examiner (GCFE)

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university or equivalent experience.

10+ years of IT experience with 5 years IT security experience.

Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Excellent teaming and collaboration skills.

Travel Percentage: 0-10%

Must be available to respond to incidents


Encase Certified Examiner (EnCE).

Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification

Experience in the Oil & Gas Industry



Employment Type: Full Time

Houma, Louisiana


The Electrician must ensure the continual functioning of all the electrical tools and equipment on board the drilling rig including, but not limited to, the kitchen equipment, heating and air condition equipment, washer and dryers, etc. to minimize the downtime of the rig. The Electrician will ensure regular preventative maintenance activities and special projects are completed as well as unscheduled maintenance and repairs involving the electrical lights and alarms, various electrical components and systems of motors, engines, generators and electrical tools are performed in a timely manner.


• The Electrician will ensure regular preventative maintenance activities are completed to the electrical systems throughout the rig.
• The Electrician maybe called upon to assist the Mechanic or Motorman with preventative maintenance duties on motors and generators.
• The Electrician is also responsible for the repair and maintenance of deck equipment, drilling equipment, engine room equipment, living quarter’s equipment, lighting and navigational systems.

Electrical Systems
• Cleans, inspects, tests, calibrates, troubleshoots, and repairs AC/DC motors and control circuits.
• Performs required planned and preventative maintenance and rotation of motors.
• Maintains, services, troubleshoots, and repairs the crane control system, brakes, motors, and electrical systems in addition to performing all planned and preventative maintenance on the crane control system.
• Tests and calibrates alarm systems and sensors, and maintains, services, troubleshoots, and repairs alarm and communication systems.
• Performs all planned end preventative maintenance.
• Maintains, services, troubleshoots, and repairs refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment, in addition to performing all planned and preventative maintenance.

High School Diploma or equivalent is required unless satisfactory knowledge and skills have been demonstrated for the position applied for with management’s approval.
• Associate’s degree in electrical technology or related educational equivalent from a Professional accredited technical school, trade school, or Institute is desirable.

Professional Experience:
• Physical and cognitive ability to perform the responsibilities of this position.
• Must have five or more years of experience as an electrician, as well as offshore experience as an electrician.
• Working knowledge of SCR drives, generator controls, and programmable logic controllers (PLCs) is preferred.
• Experience reading electrical and mechanical drawings is required.
• Experience with both low- and high-voltage systems is required.
• Experience with USCG regulations on the electrical systems and wiring requirements along with basic knowledge and understanding of national electrical and marine electrical standards and code.

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Employment Type: Full Time

Houma, Louisiana


The Derrickhand will assist the Driller with the raising and lowering of drill pipe, risers and tubular in and out of the hole. The Derrickhand is responsible for ensuring the safe, efficient, smooth operation and continual functions of the derrick, mud pumps, drilling fluids, mud pit, sack room and related equipment. The employee will work with, supervise and coordinate the activities of the Roustabout assisting in the chemical sack room. The Derrickhand takes directions from the Toolpusher, Driller or Assistant Driller, and Mud Engineer.

General Tasks
• Assists in other areas of the drilling operation as directed.
• Acts as a lead in the pump area, mud pits, and rig floor based on direction from the Driller and Driller Trainee.
• Ensures correct safety procedures are followed; assists in training drill crew.
• Directs and coordinates crewmembers in the performance of work duties and priorities.
• Prepares required work permits, risk assessments and ensures Stop Work Authority and Job Safety Environmental Analyses usage.
• Schedules equipment maintenance and repair with other department personnel, such as Drillers, Electricians, Motorman, and Crane Operators.
• Prepares handover notes for relief staff.
• Performs all duties in accordance with the Permit to Work system.
• Supervising the Roustabout assigned to assist in these areas.
• Provide occasioned relief to the Floorhand on the drill floor.
• Provides assistance in other areas of drilling operations as directed.
• Provide occasional relief to the Driller when trained.
• Performs other duties and special projects as requested by management.

Pump Room
• Maintains equipment in the pump area and mud pits; informs the Driller or Driller Trainee of any problems or unexpected variations in the drilling fluid, mud properties, and pit level.
• Lines up mud gas separator, degasser, and mixing pumps.
• Mixes and maintains the condition of the drilling fluid.
• Mixes the mud in accordance with the Mud Engineers specifications; checks weight and viscosity, calculates pit volumes, and monitors returns from shaker house.
• Logs drilling fluid properties and quantity of drilling chemicals and mud materials used each tour.
• Monitors the high-pressure mud pumps, making certain that the condition, fluid levels, lubrication, and calibration of the equipment is correct; performs preventive maintenance on the high pressure mud pumps and replaces fluids as needed.
• Operates, cleans, performs preventative maintenance, and repairs mud mixing pumps, charging pumps, solid control equipment, and related equipment.
• Maintains a clean and safe area.

Derrick Operations
• Inspects the derrick on a weekly basis in accordance with approved checklist.
• Handles tubular in the derrick or on the rig floor; checks fluid transfers, and returns and prepares stand to rack and run.
• Handles the upper end of the drill string as it is being hoisted out of or lowered into the hole.
• Maintains derrick by inspecting lines, ropes, hoist, monkey board, derrick fingers, tubing and stabbing boards, sheaves, crown block, bolts, pins, welds, and other lines and equipment attached to the derrick; lubricates air hoists, sheaves, and fastline guide, performs basic repairs and replaces defective parts.
• Inspects Top Drive, torque equipment, and related equipment for proper functioning.
• Assists in nippling, maintaining, and repairing blowout prevention (BOP) equipment.
• Supervises casing operations, including stab casing, lining up threads, valves, pumps and fluid system, casing fill-up, mixing, and monitoring returns.

High School Diploma or equivalent is required unless satisfactory knowledge and skills have been demonstrated for the position applied for with management’s approval.

Professional Experience:
• Physical and cognitive ability to perform the responsibilities of this position.
• Six months experience as a Floorhand on a Blake International rig with similar equipment or six months experience as a Derrickhand or Driller Trainee on a similar type of rig for another drilling company.
• Intermediate level of mechanical knowledge of rotary drill equipment, mud circulating systems, well shut-in procedures, ability to recognize signs of kick and the procedures for circulating out a kick.

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