Coach, Field Training & Development


The Field Training & Development Coach is responsible for coaching and mentoring new and existing employees on techniques for identifying at-risk behaviors



  • Participate in JSA (Job Safety Analysis) reviews on rig sites and use the information collected to observe crews.
  • Educate and train rig crews on the expectations regarding Critical Operating Procedures.
  • Attend crew hand over meetings to observe the communication between crews and ensure the time is utilized to its full potential.
  • Complete at-risk observations each day to help the crew to understand the value in being aware of and dealing with at risk behaviors.
  • Review safety meetings and materials from these meetings; helping crews to understand their value.
  • Help crews use safety information to their benefit in their day-to-day operations.
  • Assist the field in competency development and assessment process.


Knowledge & Skills

Hold a valid driver’s license and ability to produce a clean driver’s abstract.

Excellent communication skills.

Clear understanding of company standards and practices.

Motivation to develop skills associated to HSE professional practices, procedures, and regulations.

Familiarity with MS Office.

Ability to demonstrate a commitment to safety at all times.



High School Diploma, GED or Equivalent.

Certification in H2S Alive, First Aid, Transportation of Dangerous Goods, WHMIS, Rig Rescue, Fall Protection and Confined Space Entry.



Operational experience is an asset; preferably worked as a Derrickman or higher.

Field experience with a proven safety record.

Possess a working knowledge of drilling & well servicing equipment.