Since 1919, Halliburton has been opening Worlds of Opportunity around the globe. We’re one of the world’s largest and most safety-conscious providers of oil field services.
Halliburton delivers services to our customers through two global business units: Drilling and Evaluation, and Completion and Production. Each segment is composed of several product service lines. Each product service line specializes in one particular aspect of the upstream process and includes research and development, marketing, project management and execution for its area of endeavor. As of December 31, 2009, these two divisions accounted for over 14 billion dollars in Revenue. And in order to continue our tradition of success, we need the best and brightest Operations professionals to join us. With a job in Operations with Halliburton, you’ll be a part of our team of 70,000 employees in approximately 80 countries who are dedicated to meeting the world’s demand for energy. In exchange, we offer a comprehensive compensation package designed to help meet your needs today and help you and your family plan for the future. At Halliburton, your career can go places you never thought possible.New to engineering- This is a great way to put your newly acquired skills to use, as you learn in a dynamic environment. As an Associate Field Professional, you will train with a senior-level technical professional to learn the ins and outs of our logging & perforation (L&P) operations. The knowledge you gain will prepare you for your day-to-day responsibilities: checking equipment prior to and after logging operations, rigging up and down service line equipment, and the calibration and utilization of equipment at well sites.
Requirements of the job include an undergraduate degree in Engineering, Physics, Geology or Math; and some familiarization with with Surface System and open and cased hole tools. Certification as an Engineer-in- training is desirable.
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