|Operations Support Engineer, Assistant Rig Manager, C.R. Luigs, Texas A&M Student Society
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|Location (Residence): Katy, United States
Citizenship: United States
English United States
|Education & Experience:
||Work Authorization & Relocation:
Bachelors in Agricultural Development
Years of Experience:
|Authorized to work in:
UK (in particular), United States, Aruba, Australia, Bahamas, Cayman Islands, Switzerland, United States
Health & Safety
Health & Safety
|1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
Gain employment with a successful company and benefit my employer with gained knowledge and innovative ideas.
|2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
Position: Management Training Program/Assistant to Rig Manager, C.R. Luigs
Assist Rig Manager Assets for deepwater drill rig in day to day operations of rig. Budget preparations, quote/bid submittals, out of service period project management. Assist offshore rig supervisors with technical information, research for replacement products or upgrades to current systems. Manage project preparation with budget of 35 million dollars. Coordinate information gathering, creation of scope of work, work with subject matter experts in regard to the project.
Oct 07 Present Position: Operations Support Engineer III, C.R. Luigs
Organize pre bid information for Fast Rescue Craft Project, Lifeboat Winch Replacement Project, Accommodations Upgrade Project, Lifeboat Addition Project, and Galley Modifications Upgrade Project. Arrange bids from vendor. Support rig management with field observations of proposed upgrades and projects. Coordinate communication and services through third party contractors and GlobalSantaFe personnel. Ensure on time, under budget delivery of materials and services.
Aug 07 Sep 07 Position: Operations Support Engineer II, Sales and Contracts, Houston Office,
Assist in the preparation of Tenders, Bids, and Prequalification letters. Compiled prequalification letter for Nigerian bid. Assisted in the compilation of rig forecasting models. Produced, printed, bound and distributed bids, tenders, and prequalification letters.
Mar 07 July 07 Position: Operations Support Engineer II, Saudi Project, Lamprell Shipyard, Port Kahlid, Sharjah United Arab Emirates,
Compiled, recorded, and submitted the customs, visa, and other documents for the rigs entrance into Saudi waters and ports. Ensured cooperation from indigenous staff and adherence to company safety and corporate policies. Coordinated the certification process for existing and newly installed equipment for the Main Pass I, Main Pass IV, High Island II, and High Island IV. Ensured completion of new hire orientation for personnel entering the shipyard and rigs for the first time. Assisted rig management with reporting and monitoring safety procedures in the shipyard. Produced manuals for use by rig personnel on new equipment and existing equipment. Instructed rig personnel in use of personal computers and office equipment.
Nov 06 Mar 07 Position: Operations Support Engineer II, Development Driller II,
Assist shore based management with documents and purchasing for rig. Assist shore based management with information allocation and dispersal in Houston office and to rig. Work with drilling department, subsea department, and safety department to ensure operations are performed efficiently and safely. Produce reports and presentations for the shore based management and rig based management on various subjects.
Jul 06 Nov 06 Position: Safety Training Coordinator, Development Driller II,
Conduct pretour safety meetings and weekly night safety meetings. Submit training requests for offshore personnel. Submit incident reports for injuries, near misses, and environmental events. Conduct certification classes, and administer VTMs. Actively participate in JRAs and Permits on rig to ensure comprehension and compliance with policies. Communicate rig based situations to shore based personnel. Participate in man power advancement for personnel seeking promotion. Ensure new personnel are familiar with policies and safety culture on board rig.
Jan 06 Jul 06 Position : Roughneck, Development Driller II,
Perform maintenance and servicing of hydraulic equipment on rig floor. Make up and break out drill pipe in the drill string. Make up casing and tubing. Perform derrick inspections as part of DROPS program. Perform blow out drills on rig floor. Rig up and rig down riser handling equipment for riser running. Ensure proper operation of fingerboards and pipe racking systems by visual inspections and hands on inspections. Safely operate cat walk machine, MPMA, articulate roughneck, flatbed cart and tuggers during operations. Write, revise, and participate in JRAs for operations on drill floor and moon pool area.
Jul 05 Dec 05 Position : Roustabout, Development Driller II
Perform rigging and slinging operations on deck. Perform preventative maintenance on cranes and lifting equipment. Clean, organize deck space above and below decks. Participate in JRAs for lifting and general deck operations. Ensure safe operation of cranes in tight working areas and blind spots. Perform lifts from workboats and crew boats safely and effectively. Perform personnel transfers to work boats and crew boats, following GlobalSantaFe policies and procedures. Perform helicopter loading, unloading, and refueling operations.
July 1, 2005 Original Date of Hire
Began Drilling Operations Management Training Program
DRILLING OPERATIONS ENGINEER
o Graduated Transocean/GSF management training program, January 2009
o Assist in the management of major offshore construction projects, installations of new equipment, replacement equipment, and modifications of existing equipment.
o Manage projects with budgets exceeding $250k.
o Coordinate materials for projects, personnel, and shipping to and from offshore installation.
o Report to management about status of projects, scheduling and other issues affecting final completion.
o Contact vendors for quotes, consultations about equipment, prices and delivery times.
o Drive vendors to produce ahead of schedule and under budget.
o Negotiate prices and delivery dates with vendors.
o Produce project tracking in Microsoft Project, for scheduling of projects.
o Update projects, calculate lag time, find solutions to improve completion dates.
o Evaluate quotes from vendors; determine best choice for products or services.
o Utilize personnel offshore during projects; manage the teams that will do projects.
o Work in conjunction with offshore personnel during projects to ensure tasks are completed safely and on time.
o Compile safety documents for projects, Job Risk Analyses, risk mitigations and job plans.
o Work on Development Driller II as roustabout, roughneck, derrickman, safety training coordinator, and operations support engineer.
o Produce drilling related reports for onshore management.
o Discuss drilling problems and give input on solutions.
o Assist drillers in monitoring well conditions and aid in floor crew operations.
o Assist offshore management with producing safety and training materials for presentations.
o Give safety and training presentations and conduct classes to certify rig personnel.
o Work in main onshore office processing and creating field requisitions, authorizations for expenditures, and various other operations reports.
o Participate actively in safety improvement on rig.
o Attended numerous safety, oilfield, and management classes. Certificates upon request.
o Roustabout July 2005-December 2005, Roughneck January 2006-June 2006, STC June 2006-October 2006, OSE July 2006-Present
VIBRATION MONITORING CONSULTANT
o Ensure good relations between seismic survey company and effected homeowners.
o Locate monitoring sites and set up instruments in a timely manner to ensure capturing of data.
o Read topographic maps to determine locations of seismic survey sites.
o Analyze data collected during monitoring.
o Produce accurate records to compliment seismic survey produced from instruments.
o Accurately discuss locations of survey crews and needs of the crew to have a monitor present while doing survey.
o Work with crews conducting pile driving operations in heavily populated areas to ensure vibrations did not exceed structural limits of surrounding structures.
o Kept accurate timesheet records and produced reports for billing.
o Vibra-Tech Inc., Austin, Texas February 2005 July 2005
CONSTRUCTION SALES AND RENTAL AGENT
o Make sales/rentals from telephone and counter based customers.
o Prepare equipment for rental, performing function tests and ensuring all safety equipment installed and functioning.
o Make cold calls on former customers and reinstate business relationship by drawing them back for new business.
o Ensure materials and equipment arrived on site on time.
o Scheduled new orders of materials and stock items for store.
o Direct liaison with vendors, keeping up with new trends and innovations in the construction field.
o Negotiate rental terms with customers and companies for maximum profit.
o United Rentals, Temple, Texas July 2004 February 2005
CONCRETE FOREMAN, COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL
o Prepare payroll, equipment, and progress reports for crew of five.
o Operate pneumatic drill, backhoe, track excavator, skid steer loader, front end loader, forklift, etc.
o Pour, finish, estimate cu. Yardage of concrete.
o Set forms, tie rebar, order all required equipment, tools, and supplies for concrete crew.
o Control logistics of moving equipment, supply trailers, personnel, and materials.
o Be liaison between construction company, and customer.
o Allen Keller Construction Company, Fredericksburg, Texas August 2003 - July 2004
FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANT
o Prepare, maintain, clean Air Packs for firefighting training
o Aid instructors in planning, teaching, setup for demonstrations
o Operate tow tractors, skid steer loaders, high cfm breathing air compressors
o Perform routine maintenance on all equipment used for training and setup
o Record, tabulate, maintain records on SCBA equipment
o Texas A&M Emergency Services Training Institute, College Station, Texas May 2000-December 2002
NOXIOUS WEED, FENCE, CATTLE, TIMBER TECHNICIAN
o Sprayed 600 acres of National Forest for noxious weeds
o Built 20 miles five strand barbed wire fence
o Rode/Documented 200 miles of trails for presence of noxious weeds
o Felled 150 trees up to 24 inches in diameter
o United States Forest Service, Sula Montana-May 2001-September 2001
LAYOUT ASSISTANT, PAVEMENT, CONCRETE, DIESEL MECHANIC
o Operated earth moving equipment, Caterpillar, JCB, Bobcat
o Performed mechanical maintenance on construction equipment
o Delivered supplies, equipment, personnel to construction sites
o Laid out parking lots, building slabs, drainage ditches in preparation for building
o Young Contractors, Brazos Paving Inc, College Station, Texas-September 1999-March 2000
|3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
Agricultural Development Major/Business Emphasis Bachelors Degree, 2003
Texas A&M University, College Station
Diploma - Cuero High School - Cuero, Texas 1998
Major Emergency Management, Petrofac Training
Managing Wellsite Operations, Petroskills
Cementing, Drilling Training Alliance
DP Lessons Learned, Transocean
Advanced Safety Audit, GlobalSantaFe
Managing Hole Problems, Drilling Training Alliance
Designated Competent Person, GlobalSantaFe
FOCUS, FOCUS I, GlobalSantaFe
Safety Management Leadership, GlobalSantaFe
Wellcap Floorhand, GlobalSantaFe
Petroleum Engineering for Drilling Engineers, Petroskills
DD2 Bucking Machine Competency, GlobalSantaFe
Marine Trash & Debris Awareness, BP
Hazard Communication Offshore, GlobalSantaFe
Respiratory Protection, GlobalSantaFe
Permit To Work Performing Authority, GlobalSantaFe
Spill Prevention, GlobalSantaFe
Environmental Training, (TEAM), GlobalSantaFe
Confined Space Entry Awareness, GlobalSantaFe
Derrickman VTM, GlobalSantaFe
ISPS Rig Security Team Training, GlobalSantaFe
OPIP DDII Workshop, GlobalSantaFe
BP Incident Investigation, BP
DD Personnel Hoists, GlobalSantaFe
Getting Health Safety and Environmental Right, BP
Freefall Lifeboat, DD2, GlobalSantaFe
Roughneck VTM, GlobalSantaFe
Roustabout VTM, GlobalSantaFe
Fall Protection Awareness, GlobalSantaFe
Job Risk Assessment, GlobalSantaFe
Lockout/Tagout System, GlobalSantaFe
Rig Pass, IADC
|4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Microsoft Word- 10yrs
Microsoft Excel- 10yrs
Microsoft Project- 2yrs
Microsoft PowerPoint- 4yrs
Adobe Photoshop- 1yr
Google Sketch up- 1yr
Microsoft Outlook- 5yrs
|5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
|6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
Texas A&M Student Society of Arboriculture, Charter Member, 1yr
o Developed public service announcement for display in computer labs
o Cleared brush, felled trees, and assisted in trail layout, Nature Trail at TAMU Horticultural Gardens
o Assisted in teaching chainsaw certification class
o Participated in numerous tree care projects, removals, pruning, and bids
Company C-1, TAMU Corps of Cadets, 1yr
o Developed skills of teamwork and unity
o Center pole Outfit, Perimeter pole Outfit, Fighting Texas Aggie Bonfire 1998
Assist, FLO, 1yr
o Participated in Big/Little mentoring program for Freshman Leadership Organization