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Entry Level Operator Assistant I Cementing

Company Name:
Halliburton
Why Halliburton? How about global opportunities, interesting work within small cohesive teams, extensive training, and the opportunity to take your career wherever you want it to GO, with all the support and stability of a truly global organization. With more than 72,000 employees in approximately 80 countries, Halliburton is one of the largest and most respected energy services companies in the industry. Since 1919, our customers have relied on our industry-leading technologies, scientific expertise and, most importantly, our knowledgeable and experienced professionals to help them meet the world's demand for energy. Whether you are a new graduate seeking your first job, or an experienced professional looking to make a career change, we have fantastic opportunities across our organization. Are you ready to GO?
We bring out the best in wells - and people.
The best place you can start a career is at Halliburton. Learn from the best in this entry-level role as Cementing Operator Assistant I. You will assist during the rigging up and down of cementing service equipment on work locations. In this job you will learn the operation of cement pumping and mixing equipment, blenders, liquid additive metering systems, manifold equipment, and cementing plug leasing tools. You will also assist in performing pre- and post-trip vehicle inspections and associated paperwork and reports.
Requirements include a high school education or similar. A license to drive a commercial vehicle may be required.
Halliburton is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
Job Code: ZZ01-ESG
Category: Operations
City: Woodward
Country: USA
State: Oklahoma
Requisition ID: 00274094

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