Lewis Energy Group

Field Coordinator, Fracturing

Req No.


Directs and coordinates activities of personnel concerned with fracturing operations.




  • Monitors the progress of fracturing jobs to ensure safety, efficiency and appropriate adjustments to scheduling, in necessary.
  • Provides technical guidance, work direction and troubleshooting of operational issues to field supervisors and operators.
  • Coordinates pre-job planning to line up directions, materials, chemicals and proper spotting of equipment during rig up.
  • Works diligently to ensure all assets are properly operated and cared for.
  • Documents events during the job and does a post-job review to ensure lessons learned regarding safety and operational efficiencies are captured.
  • Works with maintenance coordinator and field mechanic supervisor to ensure needs of field crews are met and collaborate on action items after well completions to address improvement points and best practices.
  • Coordinates with supervisors and operations coordinator in matters of employee discipline, motivation and adherence to safety policy.
  • Provides operations coordinator with recommendations in matters of hiring and firing.


Basic Qualifications:


  • Minimum high school diploma or GED.
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in the fracturing industry, 5 years preferred.
  • Familiar with all fracturing field operations


Other Requirements:


  • Extensive hands on experience and knowledge of the Frac industry.
  • Fully qualified for all Frac and Safety requirements.
  • Excellent managerial and organizational skills.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Valid driver’s license.


Physical Demands:


  • Regularly required to sit; and talk or hear.
  • Frequently required to stand; walk; reach with hands and arms; and use hands to finger, handle, or feel.
  • Close vision and ability to adjust focus.


Work Environment:


  • Regularly works in field environment.
  • Noise level is usually moderate.


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