Roughneck/Floorman Job


The roughneck/floorman nature of work

The roughneck/floorman is a member of the oil drilling crew.

The roughneck/floorman carry out a variety of general laboring duties and operate equipment to assist in the drilling and servicing of oil and gas wells. The roughneck/floorman isemployed by drilling and well servicing contractors and by petroleum producing companies.

Roughneck/floorman work conditions

The roughneck/floorman usually work long hours in all weather conditions on extended roster systems, usually as member of a drilling crew. The roughneck/floorman usually performs semiskilled and unskilled manual labor that requires continual hard work in difficult conditions for many hours.

Roughneck/floorman duties and tasks

The roughneck/floorman perform some or all of the following duties:

  • The roughneck/floorman assist in setting up, taking down and transporting drilling and service rigs and roughneck/floorman job imagesservice equipment
  • The roughneck/floorman clean up drill rig area
  • The roughneck/floorman handle, sort and move drill tools, pipe, cement and other materials
  • The roughneck/floorman maintain drilling equipment on the drill floor
  • The roughneck/floorman manipulate sections of pipe or drill stem at the rig floor during drilling and during the removal and replacement of strings of pipe or drill stem and drill bit
  • The roughneck/floorman may drive truck to transport materials and well service equipment

If you are able to meet these requirements and you are motivated to be part of highly motivated team of people please, apply for the roughneck/floorman job through one of the links below:

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