Careers with BiSN

BISN is an award-winning provider of metal to metal downhole sealing solutions to the oil and gas industry. As an innovative and dynamic organization providing new solutions to some age-old problems, BiSN has the capacity to react to market demands. Our key attribute to achieving this is our employees. If you would like to be a part of a dynamic, growing company that offers great benefits, promotes a strong safety culture and encourages innovation, please refer to the open positions listed on this page. Your resume can be emailed to careers@bisn.com.

USA - Houston Office Vacancies - click to view

Metallurgist/Material Scientist

The work includes understanding the material properties required; from literature research hypothesize and evaluate formulations, define and conduct experiments to characterize the properties of possible alloy candidates.

VP Operations/COO, BiSN

Our team is creating the next generation of O&G tools that will utilize unique materials to improve structural integrity of wells as well as provide robust solutions for their decommissioning. The innovative and proprietary platform is rapidly evolving, and we are looking for a strategic leader to oversee business operations, including testing, delivery, process control and safety.

Field Operations Manager

Our team is creating the next generation of O&G tools that will utilize unique materials to improve structural integrity of wells as well as provide robust solutions for their decommissioning. The innovative and proprietary platform is rapidly evolving, and we are looking for a strategic leader to manage our field operations.

Engineering Project Manager

The company: BiSN Oil Tools provides Downhole Sealing Solution to the Oil and Gas Industry. The company develops downhole tools for various sealing applications in P&A, through tubing intervention, water & gas management and drilling & completions.

UK - Runcorn Office Vacancies - click to view

Metallurgist/Material Scientist

The work includes understanding the material properties required; from literature research hypothesize and evaluate formulations, define and conduct experiments to characterize the properties of possible alloy candidates.