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Field Service Technician

Job Type:  Full Time

Position Overview

Work with Supervisor and other Technicians to communicate, troubleshoot and ensure, safe, efficient and economical day-to-day operations.  Develop and maintain customer relationships.

  • Perform routine maintenance on equipment per schedule
  • Ensure guaranty of 98% mechanical availability
  • Participate in HSE meetings and implement in the day-to-day operations
  • Collect and record data
  • Install and assist with the movement of equipment
  • Communicate with management
  • Respect and maintain property including vehicles, tools and equipment
  • Ensure all equipment is in clean and presentable condition
  • Perform any additional, miscellaneous tasks as delegated
  • Communication and customer service skills
  • OEM, trade school, or comparable work experience in a related field/industry
  • Day-to-day completion of job responsibilities with minimal supervision
  • Strong mechanical intuition or ability
  • Comprehension of OEM and miscellaneous technical manuals and literature
  • Operation of commercial vehicles and cranes
  • Valid driver license with a Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) within the acceptable parameters of company policy
  • Ability to troubleshoot electrical issues
  • Certified Caterpillar training
  • Ariel Compressor training
  • Minimum of 2 years in natural gas compression or related experience
  • Non-exempt position
  • Overtime, extended or non-traditional working hours may be required
  • Intermittent lifting of > 50lbs from the ground
  • Must be able to stand or walk on uneven terrain, climb personnel stairs and ladders, stoop, squat and/or crawl depending on the directed task
  • Exposure to extreme temperatures, weather conditions and environments on a location-by-location basis
  • High noise environment (>85 dbA) will occur with ear protection
  • Potential controlled, exposure to hazardous chemicals

Safety first is Kodiak’s emphasis regardless of the site conditions

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Emissions Coordinator

Job Type:  Full Time

Position Overview

Work with Supervisor and other Emission Technicians to ensure safe, efficient and economical day-to-day operations. Comply with all company policies and procedures. Develop and maintain customer relationships.

  • Emission Reports– Must be complete, legible, and detailed according to Kodiak Policies and Procedures. Must be submitted to Emissions Admin in a timely manner.
  • Service Reports – Complete service report once an O2 sensor, part has been changed, and/or Quarterly Emissions Test has been completed.
  • Expense Reports – Must be complete, legible and detailed. Must be submitted in a timely manner per guidelines set by Kodiak.
  • Assure all assigned units are emission tested each quarter or inspected to determine the need for further maintenance requirements to achieve a passing test.
  • Assure all required data collection is correct and completely filled out.
  • Responsible for ensuring emission controls are installed and operating correctly
  • Perform/schedule an ICT (Initial Compliance Test) on unit start up
  • Pre-test prior to state mandated test
  • Be on location for every state test performed
  • Once per quarter each unit is tested for 15 minutes or as dictated otherwise
  • Tune engines within permit limits
  • Changes 02 sensors on rich burn engines
  • Replace, clean and service catalyst on engines with 400HP or less. Get assistance as needed for larger engines.
  • Relay to Operations when engine has mechanical problems resulting in a no-pass test with recommendations
  • Follow-up tests when out of compliance
  • One day per week spent on preparing/submitting reports
  • Once per month servicing truck
  • Weekly Communication with supervisor on any compliance issues, an update of weekly schedule
  • Maintaining Testo Analyzer and calibration gases
  • Maintain communications with operations and customers
  • Assurance of proper permit limits for equipment based on location, area, state and federal guidelines
  • Communicate and interact with the Operations Department.
  • Communicate and interact with Kodiak Support Services (Human Resources, Accounting, Payroll, etc.) as needed.
  • Communicate and interact with Operational Support.
  • Develop and maintain customer relationships.
  • Attend all company safety and training programs as required.
  • Attend required tailgate safety meetings.
  • Assist in review and upgrade of company safety policies and procedures.
  • Understand and follow all Kodiak and customer safety policies and procedures.
  • Report all safety hazards and incidents to Supervisor or Manager.
  • Organizational abilities
  • Positive attitude
  • High level of energy and ambition
  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
  • Standing, kneeling, bending, squatting, twisting for long periods of time
  • Climb ladders up to 25 feet
  • Ability to use common hand tools related to job needs
  • Walk on uneven terrain
  • Work in hot/cold temperature extremes for long periods of time
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Safety Coordinator

Job Type:  Full Time

Position Overview

This position will be responsible for providing area field safety auditing, customer safety interface and support of safety training delivery, regulatory compliance and incident investigation across operating areas.

  • Observe and mentor company operations personnel in safe work planning and practice
  • Conduct field safety audits for all company operating areas to ensure regulatory compliance and continuous improvement of overall safety performance
  • Assess company compliance with customer safety requirements and create remedial plans to address deficiencies
  • Attend customer safety functions and act as company safety representative on a multi-area basis
  • Support and implement safety training to area operations personnel in accordance with 29 CFR 1910
  • Assist with investigation of incidents and creation of corrective actions as needed
  • Participate in company safety and environmental policy and procedure development as required
  • Maintain record of safety audits and distribute to Safety Manager for consolidation and reporting
  • Provide safety training to company employees including, but not limited to:  Defensive Driving, First Aid/CPR and PEC.
  • High school diploma required, some post-secondary education preferred
  • Minimum of five years of experience in a hands-on oilfield service operations or operations support role required
  • Minimum of two years of experience with safety facilitation and leadership in association with the job
  • Demonstrated understanding of OSHA regulations and how they relate to company operations
  • Working knowledge of environmental regulations as they pertain to company operations
  • Ability to formulate safety benchmark calculations such as TRIR & DART
  • Ability to understand and implement workplace safety requirements as mandated by customers
  • Ability to commit to 60% travel time across all company operating areas
  • Ability to act as leader and/or mentor to operations personnel
  • Must be able to lift up to 100 lbs
  • Excellent communication (both written and verbal) including the ability to discuss safety and environmental issues with people from diverse backgrounds, and diverse settings
  • Excellent time management and organization skills
  • Ability to use programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel and power point for presentations and development of programs
  • Must be able to work in extreme environmental conditions
  • Must be available and able to work at all times of the day or night
  • Must be able to use your better judgement in regards to your safety and that of your co workers
  • Must be able to bend, climb, and walk on all types of surfaces
  • PEC Core Compliance certification or equivalent for SafeLand/SafeGulf USA
  • OSHA 501 Certification for General Industry Safety Standards
  • Smith Driving “Train the Trainer” Certification
  • CSHO Certification (Certified Safety & Health Officer)
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