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Under direct supervision of a Well Site Supervisor and Well Site Manager, responsible for drilling and other well operations at the rig site. This is a training role for personnel moving from upper level rig crew positions into supervision or as a development position for recent well engineering graduates. As a training role, the objectives are to assist the Well Site Supervisor on location and to learn what is required to: Understand objectives of the well construction operation and take actions required to accomplish the objective; take responsibility for all rig operations and reporting and protect the health and safety of employees, contractors, and the general public from harm resulting from operations; protect the environment from damage resulting from operations; coordinate work of product services lines and subcontractors including rig contractor to meet engineered well design; supervise day-to-day field operations at the rig site; oversee the move- in, rig up, rig down and move-out of drilling rigs; direct drilling processes such as drilling, circulating, running casing, cementing, well logging, and formation testing; and manage field drilling operations to accomplish specified drilling objectives within agreed-on time and cost objectives. Position requires current IADC or IWCF well control certification. Requires a high school diploma and a minimum of two years of experience in rig operations, preferably at driller level or above, along with a Supervisory Well Control certificate. Five years of experience and an undergraduate degree are desired.