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Spécialiste des outils de fond

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À propos de cette carrière

Les spécialistes des outils de fond s’assurent que les outils nécessaires aux activités pétrolières et gazières sont compris dans le montage de fond de puits (MFP), soit l’équipement à l’extrémité du train de tiges sur un appareil de forage. On fonde le choix des types d’outils sur la formation de gisement de pétrole et de gaz. On s’en sert pendant le forage, l’évaluation, l’intervention, la complétion et la production des puits. Une fois les outils en position, les spécialistes des outils de fond utilisent et surveillent les outils pour assurer la réalisation des travaux.

Une fois le MFP retiré du trou de forage, les spécialistes des outils de fond entretiennent ou réparent les outils en vue d’un usage ultérieur.

Études : en règle générale, on exige un diplôme d’études postsecondaires en mécanique, électricité, électronique, instrumentation, génie pétrolier ou toute autre discipline connexe. Un diplôme d’études postsecondaires dans une discipline associée aux sciences appliquées telle que l’ingénierie, les mathématiques et la géologie constitue également une option.

Emploi : on trouve cette profession dans les milieux à terre et en mer et, en général, les employés travaillent pour le secteur des services pétroliers et gaziers de l’industrie pétrolière et gazière.

Exemples de titres : N/D

Compétences
Connaissances
Mécanique
Sûreté et sécurité du public
Questions d’ordre technique
Entretien du matériel
Surveillance de l’exploitation
Choix du matériel
Essentiel
Pensée critique
Chemin de carrière
  • Opérateur/opératrice de diagraphie en cours de forage
  • Opérateur/opératrice de mesure en cours de forage
Carrières liées
Emplois disponibles
  • Il n'y a pas d'offres d'emploi récentes

Les conditions de travail
  • Steeringwheel
    Conduite requise
  • Variable weather
    Temps incrémenteux
  • Road
    Emplacements à distance
  • Industrial excavator
    Machinerie active
  • Arrow
    Travail par quarts
  • Load
    Soulever des charges lourdes
  • Standing
    Longues périodes en position debout
  • Physical
    Exigeant sur le plan physique
  • Longshifts
    Longs quarts
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Détails du poste

Catégories d’emplois

Opérateurs

Secteur

Services pétroliers et gaziers

NOC

8412

Qualifications + Expérience

Études :

  • Diplôme d’études postsecondaires

Permis et licences :

  • On exige un permis de conduire de classe 3 ou 5 (ou équivalent) approprié pour le véhicule utilisé et un dossier de conduite vierge.

Exigences supplémentaires:

  • Ability to pass a pre-employment physical assessment and drug test