Roughneck / Oil Field


I want to succeed in a stimulating and challenging environment, building the success of the company while I experience advancement opportunities. I am an ambitious self-starter who is eager to expand his experience and knowledge base while maintaining a positive, safe, and productive work environment. Willing to travel and relocate if necessary.


South Texas Vo-Tech Institute-McAllen, TX 2017

Sul Ross State University-Undergraduate, 77 credits hours-Alpine, TXxxx-xxx-xxxx

McAllen Memorial High School-McAllen, TX-2003


Rig Mover (February 2018 – July 2018)

Snap Oilfield Services

Coordinated all activities involved with relocating a drilling rig.

Ensured all operation is carried out efficiently and safely in accordance with company, regulatory and Class Society specifications.

Helped Rig Crew Hands with any maintenance from mechanical equipment or tools for the rig.

Professional Massage Therapist (May 2017-February 2018)

Khit Chiropractic

Assisting chiropractor in therapies and examinations.

Performed clerical and administrative tasks.

Front office duties including billing, insurance filing, coding and answering patient questions.

Assistant Driller (August 2011-March2016)

Helmerich & Payne Drilling Co.

Insured safety aspects of the rig. Designated safety official on the crew that is responsible for the overall safety of the crew.

Assistant Drilled International Rig243 in Mozambique, Africa (May 2014-June 2015) on two Experimental wells.

Assisted on the embarkation of Rig243

Worked with mud systems, monitor weight and mix weight properly while reporting any changes.

Submit orders to the Tool pusher for all pump expendables and supplies pertaining to the mud pumps and mud system.

Climbed heights of over 90 ft to 100 ft tall to pull pipe. Iron pipes of around 100 ft tall with a circumference of 5 inch in diameter, pulling or throwing in 130 plus stacks of pipes.

Briefed incoming crew concerning the outgoing crew’s progress, any issues, and changes in operation, equipment, or materials.

Assured all tools, materials, information is available to the incoming crew.

Watched and kept track of any gains or losses of bbl’s the well took.

Connected and disconnect pipe using tongs or ST-80.


Sergeant (June 2006-June 2010) Field Radio Operator

United States Marine Corps

Supervised subordinates and was accountable for the actions of the members of the squad.

Responsible for unit’s facilities, properly maintained condition and loss of the unit’s equipment, enforced rules, policies and standards of physical appearance.

Perform as member of a provisional rifle squad. Practice exercises, demonstration, courses discussion, and lecture. Topics include marksmanship, munitions, land navigation, combat conditioning, communications, scouting and patrolling, military operations, and offense and defense tactics.

Maintain accurate accountability of 52 Marines in the platoon, maintain discipline, and ensure troop welfare through leadership and mentoring; raised platoon efficiency and moral. Lead the platoon physical fitness program; efficiently and effectively planned and supervised weekly physical training; increased overall fitness of platoon.

Radio Non-Commissioned Officer in charge at the 65th Iwo Jima Commemoration; amphibiously landed over 75 communications assets and 33 Marines. Established twelve remote sites on island; contributed communications networks to 800 guests.

Advise and assist the Radio Chief on all matters pertaining to the Deployed Joint Command and Control System (DJC2) radio assets which affect the platoon’s ability to install, operate and maintain these assets for operations and exercises. Advise the platoon Commander on all matters pertaining to the DJC2 infrastructure and engineer assets.

Supervised the embarkation, installation, operation and maintenance of the DJC2.

Enforced operations security and communications security.

Set up and tuned radio equipment including antennas and power sources; establishing contact with distant stations; making changes to frequencies or cryptographic codes; and maintained equipment at the first echelon.

Held a U.S government security clearance.


Man Lift/Aerial work platform safety * Basic land riggers training * Forklift * Well Control School (BOP Certification in Drilling & Completion) * Plan Based Execution Training Cycle (Check 6) * OSHA Hazardous Waste Operations * Emergency Response * Confined Space Entry * H2S * LOTO * First Aid/ CPR * Working at Heights * RF Communication System Harris Corporation 40 hours * Corporal’s Non-Commissioned Officers Program 79 hours * Radio Supervisor Course * Technical Issues * Applied Management * Military Science * Range Safety Officer Course * Firearms Qualifying and Holding Expert in Marksmanship * Hand to Hand Combat Martial Arts * Prisoner Escort Course



Strong Critical Thinking Skills

Exceptional Organizational Skills

Fast Learner

Strong Mechanical Aptitude

Safety & Regulation Compliance

Able to make difficult decisions in stressful situations.


Juan Pruneda, Driller-Trinidad Drillingxxx-xxx-xxxx

Nasario Solis, Project Manager-STE, Starr Telecommunicationsxxx-xxx-xxxx



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Last Resume Update August 1, 2018
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Spanish Speaking? Yes
Willing to Relocate? Yes

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