Resume Templates: Production Operator


John Doe
1234 Fake Lane, MA, 99999, Cell:000-000-000,

Professional Summary
Hardworking energy services professional with 10 years of progressive hands-on experience in gas and oil processing. Expertise in safety management, team leadership, and facility operations management. Skilled in operating heavy field equipment, constructing buildings and containers, and setting up hardlines to support ongoing field operations. Seeking to leverage background and experience to take next career step in processing with a well-respected organization that values hard work, dedication, and demonstrated success.

Core Qualifications
Facility Operations and Management Equipment Maintenance Team Leadership Safety Management Crude Processing Drill Site Maintenance

Achieved Performance Enhancement for Alpine and Kuparuk (PEAK) Book Certification; completed extensive study of tribal and mechanical knowledge to facilitate oil production operations. Successfully met and maintained safety goals, contributing to 12-year 0% lost-time accidents rate. Participated in Behavior Eliminating All Risk (BEAR) committee.

AES Energy Services Kuparuk, AK May 2004 to Current Production Operator (March 2013 ­ Current) Prepare and execute Energy Isolation Processes (EIPs); develop procedures to remove, repair, or replace devices processing hydrocarbons, treated recycled water, natural gas, and crude oils. Coordinate EIPs and mechanical P&IDs for construction jobs. Maintain drill sites by evaluating and adjusting lift gas rates to optimize oil production. Schedule teams to complete diverse assignments, including pigging, routine drill site maintenances, and drill site operations. Well Service Technician/Safety Team Leader (May 2010 ­ March 2013) Provided support to Schlumberger and Halliburton teams at Kaparuk fields with tree flow cross, containment, and tank rig-up. Set up hardlines to support units requiring temporary piping to cycle or blow down gas or liquids. Drove and operated vacuum, super sucker, and boom truck for rigs requiring fluids or assistance. Enforced safety protocols to mitigate risks and minimize onsite injuries. Lead Roustabout (May 2004 ­ May 2010) Performed maintenance, cleaning, diagnostics, and repairs on company equipment; ensured returned equipment was in good working order after each job. Coordinated teams to move drilling rigs on Kuparuk fields. Built, fabricated, and constructed buildings and containers. Facilitated position of drilling units on and off designated locations. Spearheaded safety management initiatives to ensure technician safety and minimize injuries.

Associate of Applied Science : Process Technology (ongoing) University of Alaska-Anchorage Anchorage, AK Well Control and Well Completion Course, November 2009 Advance Facility Firefighting Tactics, Beacon Academy, May 2011 Alaska General Introduction for Firefighting, Beacon, May 2010 Commercial Drivers License, NCCR, January 2003 Industry Course, NCCR, January 2003