Quality Production Management (QPM) is currently
accepting applications for Subsea Production Operators to work 14 & 14
rotating shifts in the Gulf of Mexico.
Current crew change locations with immediate openings in
must have at least four years of previous work experience and knowledge in Sub
Sea Production Operations and tie backs.
operator shall be knowledgeable in operating procedures and have the ability to
troubleshoot production-related problems/issues.
meters and pressure gauges to determine consumption rate variations,
temperatures, and pressures;
valves and equipment to obtain specified performance;
gas meters and maintain records of the amounts of gas received and dispensed
power-driven pumps that transfer liquids, semi-liquids, gases or powdered
instrument readings and operational changes in operating logs;
controls and turn valves to start compressor engines, pumps, and auxiliary
knobs or switches to regulate pressures;
to problems by adjusting control room equipment, and/or instructing other
personnel to adjust equipment at problem locations or in other control areas;
Process Flow Diagrams, Safe Charts, EPA, NPDES, and MMS Monthly requirements in
addition to API RP T-2 Requirements.
All positions require travel by boat and helicopter in
the GOM. Current T-2 Production Safety Systems Training and API RP 2D Crane
Certification plus QPM’s Operator training are required prior to reporting
Competitive Salary, DOE.
Comprehensive benefits package including 401k with
employer matching funds are available.