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The Ballistic Assembly Tech will be responsible for the loading and checking of gun systems that are used in district as well as maintaining of all paperwork associated with the explosives used in district.
In the role of Ballistic Assembly Tech, you will:
Lead on ensuring technical compliance with the HSE requirements of the Company’s stakeholders, customers and regulators
Ensure customer requirements are met according to jobs given to them by managers
Understand different gun types and what is needed for the proper loading of guns
Understand ATF rules and regulations for storing and handling explosives
Be able to keep accurate inventory of all explosives
Be able to problem solve perforating gun systems and implements to perforating guns
Understand EB switch system and be able to load and fully assemble system
Be responsible for quality control of all subs and associated equipment and use good judgment on all assembly aspects
Maintain inventory of switches, o-rings and associated equipment for all gun systems used in district
Takes new barrels, disassembles and prepares parts for loading
Precut detonating cord, feed through wire and ground wire
Install detonating cord and load charges
Install feed through wire and ground wire to charge holder
Install tube into barrel and install locking ring
Ensure compliance with DOT and ATF guidelines
Be able to safely deploy to remote geographic assignment locations – onshore and offshore locations with limited access to medical care, which may require 4 hours (or more) travel time to reach secondary level medical care
High School Diploma / GED from an accredited school or institution (OR Minimum 5 years of experience in gun loading within the wireline industry and/or in a role that required mechanical operations; building sub-assemblies into upper level assemblies, in lieu of education)
Minimum 1 year of experience in gun loading within the wireline industry and/or in a role that required mechanical operations; building sub-assemblies into upper level assemblies
Eligibility Requirements: Ability to receive and maintain clearance to operate explosive material with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives (BATF)
Work 14/7 rotation schedule
Acquire and maintain ATF Employee Possessor Questionnaire (EPQ)
Complete all Industry Required Safety Training
Undergo Periodic fitness for duty tests, examinations, and/or certifications will be required for onshore/offshore remote location assignments
Work overtime, weekends, 24/7 on call and holidays, as required
Work in a constant pushing, pulling, lifting, stretching, bending and other physical activities
Be in the shop environment a minimum of 8 hours per day, primarily standing and sitting, as required
Lift objects weighing up to 50 lbs.
Be subjected to extreme heat for extended periods of time
Locations: United States; Texas; Pleasanton