Field Service Engineer

  • Competitive
  • United States Alaska Anchorage
  • Contract
  • Oil & Gas
Reports To:  Operations Manager    

Location: Anchorage, Alaska

Primary Responsibilities:

Monitoring and servicing of the chemicals for the onshore/offshore oil and gas fields; warehousing; ordering and logistics of chemicals.  Working with Operations Manager to ensure customer needs are met in a timely manner.  Rotating 14 days in field Prudhoe Bay, Alaska and 14 days off work. 

Detailed Responsibilities:  
  • Maintain safe work practices to create a safe work culture
  • Maintain daily technical analysis and identification of the key points of the application needs related to oilfield applications, in particular in the O&G production industry both onshore and offshore
  • Maintain the application of best practices and lessons learned in terms of "flow assurance" and "asset integrity" of oil and gas
  • Support the product development and research teams for new products selection and optimization
  • Provide field level technical support to the customer
  • Ensure the activities necessary for a timely response to the issues or process improvements related to the application of field products
  • Identify the best solution for chemical process treatments and collaborate with internal technical team to provide data to support product recommendations
  • Plan/manage time for effective coverage of customer facilities, communications and other responsibilities
  • Collaborate to complete chemical service documents, reports and other paperwork in a timely manner
  • Train customers on product applications
  • Maintain proper inventory management and chemical usage
  • Maintain inventory chemical surveillance and chemical pump operating at the correct rate
Skill Profile:
  • Bachelor’s degree in technical field along with a minimum of 1+ year technical sales experience in relation O&G industry.  Candidates without a bachelor’s degree, but with 5+ years of upstream technical chemical sales experience will be considered
  • Experience in technical support activities with customers.  Focus on corrosion, bacteria, and other asset integrity issues is a plus
  • In-depth knowledge of hydrocarbons extraction and production processes
  • Self-motivated, reliable, and accountable individual
  • Strong problem solving/troubleshooting skills
  • Strong people skills and ability to work with cross-functional team
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and accommodate changing circumstances
  • Technical verbal, written, and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent multi-tasking abilities and organizational skills

Communication Areas:
  • Bilingual, English & Italian is a plus
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite

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