NCS Multistage Tracer Specialist I - Billings, MT in Billings, Montana


Billings, MT

Reports To:

District Manager

Overall Responsibility

With a focus on operational excellence and job quality, the primary function of the Tracer Specialist is to work directly with the Operator and Service company during frac operations to ensure proper placement of tracer materials. All while maintaining the use of ALARA during RAM and comply with all DOT/HAZMAT/HSE regulations.

Perks: company vehicle- meal per diem pay – company credit card – autonomy – no overtime cap

Key Areas of Responsibility

  • Work directly with field personnel on well sites

  • Collaborate with sales personnel to verify job is scheduled according to plan and report issues

  • Travel as required to various job sites in state and out

  • Mixes tracer materials and injects into a “frac” line going into the well

  • Provides customers with technical product support relating specifically to tracer services

  • Upon completion of tracer operations, utilizes survey instruments to survey the well site to ensure that no materials residue remains at the site

  • Accurately completes all required reports and forwards to appropriate personnel for execution after the job

  • Responsible for complying with all daily procedures when performing operations involving the use of material and equipment

  • Responsible for all assigned material and equipment

  • Maintains all service equipment and rental tools

  • Responsible for complying with all HSE policies, procedures, generally accepted practices, and government regulations

  • Delivers products to customers as needed

  • Makes provisions to minimize accidents in the work place

  • Other duties, relevant to the position, shall be assigned as required


  • High School Diploma or GED equivalent

  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel

  • Certification in Radiation, Well Logging or Subsurface Tracer Operations preferred

  • Oil and gas experience preferred

  • Travel and work weekends

  • ON CALL 24/7

Physical Demands and Work Environment

  • Must regularly lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, frequently 50 pounds and occasionally

  • Vision abilities include close, distance, color, peripheral vision and depth perception with the ability to adjust focus

  • Exposure to various outdoor environment weather conditions including but not limited to sun, heat, wind, cold, rain, etc. in which the proper safety and clothing will be provided, in addition to climate and non-climate controlled settings

Equipment Operation

  • Inspects forklift before use and reports any defects that would render it unsafe and reports to the Safety and Compliance Officer

  • Operates motor vehicles to transport materials according to all federal, state, and local regulations

  • Ensures proper care, use and maintenance of company vehicle in which employee has been assigned by keeping vehicle clean and reporting all malfunctions to Operations Manager and maintaining safe driving habits by abiding by all laws