Ricco Johnson Jr.
QUALIFICATION AND SKILLS SUMMARY:
• Logistics - shipping and receiving, inventory, procurement
• Forklift Operator- stand up and sit down
Surface Logger, PML Oil and Gas-Houston, TX05/14 – Present
Gather technical, geological and observational data to ensure proper interpretation for production
companies and prepare reports. Set up and install sensors, computers and equipment. Monitor data from
proprietary data acquisition systems. Collect and analyze cutting and fluid samples from the
well. Communicate data to various key personnel.
Test and Assembly Technician, GE Oil and Gas-Oklahoma City, OK08/13 – 05/14
Assembled mechanical and electrical components to support manufacturing shop operations.
Read and interpreted drawings, or standard work instructions. Used various fixtures, hand tools & special
tools, gauges, and assembly tools to assemble, modify, measure, cut, drill, adjust, test, or repair products.
Performed quality control visual inspections or functional operation of material or product before and
after assembly. Utilized good problem solving and troubleshooting skills to check electrical and
mechanical performance of completed assemblies to ensure compliance with company quality standards
and made necessary adjustments when required. Notified supervision of discrepancies of work orders,
material lists, assembly instructions or equipment malfunctions. Coordinated / communicated with
managers, supervisors, leads, engineers, quality assurance, planners, purchasers and warehouse personnel
Warehouse Specialist, Government Liquidations-Oklahoma City, OK 06/12 – 08/13
Receive and inventory of liquidated Government supplies to include but not limited to clothing,
equipment, and vehicle parts. Items would then be prepped and photos taken for online bidding. Used
forklifts, pallet jacks and computer programs such as Microsoft Excel and Word.
Flowback Operator, Echo Flow Oilfield Services 07/10 – 05/12
Staged (“rigging up”) the job as directed. Operated and monitored Flowback equipment (such as water,
gas and oil separators) according to customer guidance. Replaced malfunctioning parts in the field.
Accurately monitored, recorded and reported well measurement data and ensured that data was presented
professionally and properly to meet customer requirements. Responsible for the safety of
self, reporting all work related injuries, near misses, equipment damage and unsafe acts.
U.S. Army, Logistics/Transportation Specialist (Active Duty)-Qatar/Afghanistan12/08 – 04/10
Equipment Operator (Frac), Frac Tech Oilfield Services-Conway, AR09/06 – 10/08
U.S. Army, Medical Supply (Active Duty)-Landstuhl, Germany02/05 – 04/06
Unloader, Stocking, Wal-Mart-Russellville, AR05/04 – 2/05
Receive and count stock items, and record data manually or using computer. Pack and unpack items to be
stocked on shelves in stockrooms or warehouses. Verify inventory computations by comparing them to
physical counts of stock, and investigate discrepancies or adjust errors.
Mark stock items using identification tags, stamps, electric marking tools, or other labeling equipment.
Determine proper storage methods, identification, and stock location based on turnover, environmental
factors, and physical capabilities of facilities. Keep records on the use or damage of stock or stock-
handling equipment. Examine and inspect stock items for wear or defects, reporting any damage to
U.S. Army Reserves (E05) 02/04 – 12/10
ØBasic Training (8 weeks)
ØAIT – Supply Specialist (9 weeks)
ØMonthly Drills (1 weekend a month)
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas-Computer Science (Joined Military)08/02 -12/03
Russellville High School, Russellville, Arkansas-High School Diploma05/02