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  • Job reference: RMS0143204

RCFA Analyst

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: New Orleans
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 18/07/2014
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (28/07/14)
This vacancy has now expired.
The Role:
On request the Wells Quality RCFA Team conducts investigations into Wells tool and equipment failures (excluding work unit equipment) that occur primarily during Drilling (DRO), Completions (COM) and Workover (WO) operations. These investigations often involve travel to vendor locations to witness the incoming inspection, testing and initial stages of disassembly of the failed tools and equipment. We then work with the vendor to arrive at the root causes of the failure event and in developing appropriate corrective actions to mitigate the risk of repeat failures. Investigation findings, conclusions and recommended corrective actions are documented in a report that is submitted to management for approval. Approved reports are saved in Open Wells and are directly assessable from the RCFA Team website. Lessons learned are shared globally via the quarterly RCFA Awareness Bulletin.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
The following skills/experience is desired:
• 4-year engineering or technical degree
• Minimum of 5-years experience in either Drilling or Completions and Well Interventions – preferably experience in both (Drilling and completions service company experience with tools and equipment may be substituted.)
• Familiarity with tool/equipment design, quality/reliability and maintenance and/or investigation
• Failure analysis experience
• Training in formal Root Cause Analysis processes
• Strong communication skills (both verbal and written)
• Offshore work experience is a plus, but not required
• Quality Management experience is a plus, but not required

The following general job description applies:
• Conduct multiple equipment failure investigations at a time according to the defined Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) process.
• Witness and represent concerns/interests during incoming testing, disassembly and inspection activities following equipment failures. This may incl

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