Service Supervisor - Workover Rigs


  • Plans and executes logistics for delivery of service including review of equipment, supplies, personnel and customer specifications in preparation for scheduled jobs, most often for multiple pieces of equipment
  • Reviews and approves of daily work plans.
  • Supervises daily field operations for assigned teams and ensures quality service delivery to meet customer needs including service that is on time, safe and efficient.
  • May provide time estimates, cost and labor for purposes of job requisitions or quotes.
  • Ensures quality customer relationships on location.
  • Resolution of issues and problems that occur on job sites and escalation of issues to Service Manager as appropriate.
  • Full enforcement related to all company policies, procedures, and directives.
  • Accountable for full compliance of the safety management system on job worksites; including understanding and implementing any agreed upon customer requirements, incident reporting, work-plan/JSA, SWAT and all other pertinent policies and procedures.
  • Reviews and approves time cards and daily work tickets.
  • Assists Service Manager or Area Director with selecting, hiring, motivating, coaching, training, and evaluating employee performance.
  • Provides information and reports as required by Service Manager or Area Director.
  • May serve as senior operations support.


  • Experience in related oil field rig operations experience required.
    Qualified candidates may substitute a combination of education and work experience listed as
    High School Diploma, GED or Associate degree or technical college education plus five
    (5) or more years of directly related work experience.
    Prior supervisory experience highly preferred.
  • Thorough knowledge of rig safety regulations and safety issues.
  • Ability to deal and communicate effectively with subordinate employees, outside vendors
    and customers.
  • Must possess valid commercial driver s license and meet all qualifications defined in Motor Vehicle Policy.

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