Lewis Energy Group

  • Field Engineer I

    Location US-TX-Encinal
    Req No.
  • Overview

    Field Engineer I, Frac

    Trains under fracturing supervisors to gain an in depth knowledge of the oil and gas industry in preparation of advancement within the company.



    • Trains to serve as acting technical supervisor on site and works laterally with Service Supervisor to assure safe and efficient completion of wells.  Oversees quality assurance and successful completion of wells.  
    • Ensures exposure to standard operation procedures and fracturing techniques employed in filed operations including fracturing equipment, basic reservoir calculations, and QAQC techniques as well as planning, material/equipment QAQC and pre/post job evaluation and success determination of field performance and crews.
    • Learns collaboration and recording of well data and treatment information, real time in the field and the prompt delivery of these reports to management post job.
    • Develops knowledge for successful job quality of all backside equipment and operations including fluids, proppant and coordination of such items in conjunction with field office/supply chain supervisors.
    • Develops understanding for review of ticketed revenue and job packets from field operations prior to final review performed by immediate supervisor.
    • Learns to identify opportunities for increased efficiency in completion/field operations practices.  Focuses on value added techniques that balance safety with increased productivity.  Works with Field Supervisors, Service Supervisors and Completion teams to coordinate best practices and ensure accurate and efficient flow of information.
    • Cultivates an environment that promotes operational awareness, safety practices, and building of general oilfield knowledge base.


    Minimum of Bachelors of Science in Engineering.
    Minimum of 2 years of oilfield experience may be substituted.
    Minimum 1 year experience in Oil and Gas Fracturing Service or equivalent.
    Other Requirements
    Strong leadership and problem solving skills with an emphasis on team building and willingness to cultivate management philosophies.
    Ability to operate in high stress, long hour environment.
    Strong organizational and time management skills.
    Strong computer skills and advanced knowledge and familiarity Microsoft Excel preferred.
    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.
    Requires close vision and ability to adjust focus.
    Work Environment  
    Regularly works near moving mechanical parts; exposed to fumes or airborne particles; toxic or caustic chemicals; and outdoor weather conditions.
    Noise level is usually moderate to loud.




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