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Joshua Hill
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Professional Summary

Service-oriented Operator with 15 year background in oilfield service. Core competencies include Reverse Unit operator, Pump Truck Operator and Pulling Unit Supervisor as well as excellent communication and time management skills. Handles tasks with accuracy and efficiency.

Skills
  • Operation Monitoring
  • Mechanical
  • Monitoring
  • Production and Processing
  • Critical Thinking
  • Operation and Control
  • Judgment and Decision Making
  • Coordination
  • Complex Problem Solving &Equipment Maintenance
  • Repairing 
  • Active Learning
  • Critical Thinking
  • Quick Learner
  • Strong Communicator
  • Great Attitude
  • Trained in Texas safety regulations
  • CDL Class A w/clean DMV
  • Up to date on DOT regulations
  • EXCEL IN OIL FIELD SERVICES
Experience
Reverse Unit Operator Aug 2012Jan 2015 Reveal Inspections & Rentals Odessa, Tx
  • Observe load variations on strain gauges, mud pumps, and motor pressure indicators; and listen to engines, rotary chains, and other equipment in order to detect faulty operations or unusual well conditions.
  • Confer with others to gather information regarding pipe or tool sizes or borehole conditions in wells.
  • Direct drilling crews performing activities such as assembling and connecting pipe, applying weights to drill pipes, or drilling around lodged obstacles.
  • Install pressure-control devices onto wellheads.
  • Prepare reports of services rendered, tools used, or time required, for billing purposes.
  • Operate pumps that circulate water, oil, or other fluids through wells to remove sand or other materials obstructing the free flow of oil.
Pump Truck Operator Aug 2011Aug 2012 Nabors Well Service Fort Stockton, Tx
  • Oversee activities directly related to making products or providing services.
  • Monitor gauges and flowmeters and inspect equipment to ensure that tank levels, temperatures, chemical amounts, and pressures are at specified levels, reporting abnormalities as necessary.
  • Record operating data such as products and quantities pumped, stocks used, gauging results, and operating times.
  • Communicate with other workers, using signals, radios, or telephones, to start and stop flows of materials or substances.
  • Turn valves and start pumps to start or regulate flows of substances such as gases, liquids, slurries, or powdered materials.
  • Read operating schedules or instructions or receive verbal orders, in order to determine amounts to be pumped.
  • Clean, lubricate, and repair pumps and vessels, using hand tools and equipment.
  • Connect hoses and pipelines to pumps and vessels prior to material transfer, using hand tools.
  • Add chemicals and solutions to tanks to ensure that specifications are met.
  • Pump two or more materials into one tank to blend mixtures.
Pullin Unit Supervisor Mar 2009Aug 2011 Lariat Services Fort Stockton, Tx
  • Enforce safety and sanitation regulations.
  • Direct and coordinate the activities of employees engaged in the production or processing of goods, such as inspectors, machine setters, and fabricators.
  • Confer with other supervisors to coordinate operations and activities within or between departments.
  • Plan and establish work schedules, assignments, and production sequences to meet production goals.
  • Inspect materials, products, or equipment to detect defects or malfunctions.
  • Observe work and monitor gauges, dials, and other indicators to ensure that operators conform to production or processing standards.
  • Conduct employee training in equipment operations or work and safety procedures, or assign employee training to experienced workers.
  • Requisition materials, supplies, equipment parts, or repair services.
  • Set up and adjust machines and equipment.
  • Recommend or implement measures to motivate employees and to improve production methods, equipment performance, product quality, or efficiency.
  • Recommend or execute personnel actions, such as hirings, evaluations, and promotions.
Pump Truck Operator Feb 2007Mar 2009 M&W Hot Oil Fort Stockton, Tx
  • Monitor gauges and flowmeters and inspect equipment to ensure that tank levels, temperatures, chemical amounts, and pressures are at specified levels, reporting abnormalities as necessary.
  • Communicate with other workers, using signals, radios, or telephones, to start and stop flows of materials or substances.
  • Turn valves and start pumps to start or regulate flows of substances such as gases, liquids, slurries, or powdered materials.
  • Plan movement of products through lines to processing, storage, and shipping units, utilizing knowledge of interconnections and capacities of pipelines, valve manifolds, pumps, and tankage.
  • Read operating schedules or instructions or receive verbal orders, in order to determine amounts to be pumped.
  • Clean, lubricate, and repair pumps and vessels, using hand tools and equipment.
  • Connect hoses and pipelines to pumps and vessels prior to material transfer, using hand tools.
  • Add chemicals and solutions to tanks to ensure that specifications are met.
  • Pump two or more materials into one tank to blend mixtures.
Pump Truck operator Jan 2005Feb 2007 Nabors Well Service Fort Stockton, Tx
  • Monitor gauges and flowmeters and inspect equipment to ensure that tank levels, temperatures, chemical amounts, and pressures are at specified levels, reporting abnormalities as necessary.
  • Record operating data such as products and quantities pumped, stocks used, gauging results, and operating times.
  • Communicate with other workers, using signals, radios, or telephones, to start and stop flows of materials or substances.
  • Turn valves and start pumps to start or regulate flows of substances such as gases, liquids, slurries, or powdered materials.
  • Plan movement of products through lines to processing, storage, and shipping units, utilizing knowledge of interconnections and capacities of pipelines, valve manifolds, pumps, and tankage.
  • Read operating schedules or instructions or receive verbal orders, in order to determine amounts to be pumped.
  • Clean, lubricate, and repair pumps and vessels, using hand tools and equipment.
  • Connect hoses and pipelines to pumps and vessels prior to material transfer, using hand tools.
  • Add chemicals and solutions to tanks to ensure that specifications are met.
  • Pump two or more materials into one tank to blend mixtures.
Education
High School Diploma Jun 1996 Fort Stockton High School Fort Stockton , Tx

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School Attended
Fort Stockton High School