Chemical Operator


Cuero, TX, US

Category:  Field and Trades Operations

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At Devon, we will offer you a career full of energy and unmatched opportunities to solve today’s greatest challenges. Innovation, creative problem-solving and positive change happen when people step out of their comfort zone and think differently. Our values, workplace practices, wellness programs, benefits and compensation are aimed at helping employees manage their unique personal life and care for their families so they can focus on contributing to the fullest.


The Chemical Operator will be responsible for assisting the production chemical program, along with any work that pertains to protecting our producing assets as well as providing support in the areas of corrosion prevention and chemical treatment/optimization in the field. Job duties will include acting as a liaison between the chemical company representatives and the Technical Service Foreman. This person will work with the chemical providers in order to solve problems and provide solutions to leadership. This person’s role will be responsible for overseeing chemical usage, application, failure analysis, and success or failure of treatment. They will assist the Technical Service Foreman and production team anytime support is needed.



High School diploma or equivalent



Requires a minimum of 2 years of related industry experience in lease operations or chemical operations



• Has the right and obligation to stop work if unsafe conditions exist or are suspected.

• Communicate with Technical Service Foreman, Lease Operators, Assistant Foreman and Foreman about chemicals, injection rates and chemical injection/storage equipment used in their area.

• Monitor chemical program to improve cost effectiveness

• Review vendor reports documenting the usage, cost and effectiveness of the chemical program and highlight data for Field Supervision.

• Work wih the Technical Service Foreman by monitoring chemical usage to optimize the chemical program with the goal to minimize chemical cost and asset failures.

• Assist in deploying new chemical opportunities, strategies to lower operational costs, ways to increase job efficiency and safety improvements.

• Work with Technical Service Foreman to troubleshoot areas of concern.

• Work with chemical vendors to improve service by highlighting and communicating areas for improvement.

• Participate in weekly chemical review with all chemical vendors.

• Have an understanding of economic evaluations and indicators and their effect on the area of responsibility.

• Maintain compliance with local, state and federal laws and regulations with strong support of the OKC staff.



• A commitment to ethical behavior.

• A commitment to workplace safety and environmental stewardship.

• An ability to work within a team environment.

• Strong communication skills with a willingness and ability to verbally communicate up and down the organizational chart.

• Strong computer skills and proficient with spreadsheet software.

• Highly self-motivated and can work with minimal supervision and without specific direction.

• Position requires operation of Company vehicles. Incumbent must maintain a clean driving record and adhere to Company policies


Devon Energy is committed to ensuring equal employment opportunity, including providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with a disability. Applicants with a physical or mental disability who require a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process may contact the Devon Talent Acquisition Team at

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