Who are we?
"Petroleum Drilling Done Right"
Founded in 2016, WELL Drilling connects the world's petroleum resources with energy companies through effective technology, unequivocal contracts, and our safe simple approach. The company has a focused business model with revenue generation from drilling services and non-operating partnerships. Headquartered in Houston, WELL Drilling believes human capital is the foundation for success and growth. To learn more about WELL Drilling, please visit www.WELLdrillingcorp.com.
Position: Rig Manager
The Rig Manager is responsible for every aspect of daily rig operations and supervises all employees working on the rig as well as drilling activities and rig equipment. This includes compliance with Company policies, rules and regulations, ensuring that employees and onsite personnel are working safely, planning maintenance and minimizing rig down time. The Rig Manager provides leadership, safety compliance and direction in resolving operational and personnel issues. The Rig Manager is also responsible for planning and directing drilling operations, rig moves, as well as regular communication with Company personnel, third parties and Customer representatives.
The successful candidate will: set high standards of performance for themselves and others; be professional in written, verbal and personal actions in any situations; seek new knowledge and experiences; have an analytical mindset that can utilize factual data to develop creative and business-oriented solutions; be self-aware and adjust accordingly to different environments and audiences. This role performs under the directions of the Drilling Superintendent.
Leadership Competencies Required:
This position requires work both indoors and outdoors in all kinds of weather conditions, including precipitation, cold / heat, high wind, and turbulent conditions. The Rig Manager will be regularly exposed to the typical conditions of the local area where the rig is located.
The Rig Manager must work with an emphasis on safety for themselves and others including coworkers and third parties. They must be able to work closely with others assigned to the drilling rig and will live onsite in designated quarters. They must be willing to work a rotational shift, which consists of 14 days on / 14 days off, that will include days and nights and as well as weekends and holidays.