Endeavor Energy Resources LP

  • HSE Field Specialist

    Job Locations US-TX-Midland
    Posted Date 1 month ago(10/4/2018 10:58 AM)
    Job ID
    2018-1721
    # of Openings
    2
    Category
    Production
  • Overview

    Endeavor Energy Resources, LP is a privately held company with over 300,000 net acres in the Midland Basin, North America’s most active basin.  Endeavor’s highly strategic and desired asset base is unable to be replicated in today’s times and is the cornerstone for the company’s rapid growth.  Endeavor has been a successful vertical driller in the Permian Basin, and surrounding basins, over the last 40 years but recently refocused its strategy on a horizontal drilling program.  The company is rapidly growing and evolving as it works towards its mission of becoming a top tier Midland Basin horizontal operator.  To date, Endeavor has drilled approximately 120 horizontal wells and currently has 10 rigs dedicated to the horizontal program. The work environment is informal, innovative and fast paced.

    Responsibilities

    • Conduct field audits to ensure that HSE compliance is an essential part of day to day activities
    • Ensure worksite compliance with OSHA, API, NFPA and company safety standards
    • Perform daily safety audits of worksite operations
    • Analyze accident data, new processes, and machinery for potential safety concerns
    • Partner with management in conducting accident and incident investigations, determine root cause, and recommend corrective measures
    • Experience with OSHA investigations and regulations
    • Provide ongoing employee HSE training
    • Communicate regularly with employees and management regarding a variety HSE topics and issues

    Qualifications

    • Bilingual applicant required
    • Must hold a valid Texas driver’s license
    • 2-5 years of practical work experience in a similar safety role
    • High school diploma or GED required

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