Regional Human Resources Manager (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – January 22, 2014
Daily duties were not overwhelming. There was constant change in leadership. Continuity could not be established in any one region because of turn over and resignations. The new HR Director created a domino effect in our department with change in our structure. I enjoyed the introduction and experience into the Oil & Gas Industry.
Operator (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – December 7, 2015
A typical day at work was very interesting as the locations change from week to week. My job duties included running our units rigging up and rigging them down. I learned a lot about water treatment and team work and problem solving.Management was very understanding to the individuals needs with scheduling and or the needs of the employees. The hardest part of the job was dealing with some of the winter weather other than that everything was pretty easy to deal with. The best part of the job was the people I had the pleasure of working with who I still keep in contact with today. I would most certainly go back to working for Bosque if I ever move back to Oklahoma.
Great pay and benefits Awesome people to work with.
Driver (Former Employee) – midland tx – June 29, 2015
Bosques company needs a serious overhaul in management.. promoting ppl with no experience in supervising.. and expecting them to lead a team (clueless)serious leadership training is needed..The 750 ford they use are the worst around.. no airbag , no air ride and are back killers.. very few stay for the long haul..turnover is very high.. only ppl in management positions are stay due to the cushy position sitting around smoking all day and slap assing each other... good luck
Dionix Operator (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – May 18, 2015
This company needs an overhaul in management from the cooperate office all the way down to the regional offices. No 401K, no considerations of employee's safety when they are working more hours than they sleep. Believe in cutting corners in order to save them money, not taking inconsideration they must spend money in developing a maintenance program to keep all their equipment functioning properly form the dionix units to company vehicles. Company has no loyalty to their employees. Honestly do not see this company lasting the next five years in the oil and energy business.
Started out very good and exciting. Lots of growing pains made it difficult at best
Admin (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – May 8, 2015
Great group of people but so many challenges that it became hard to go in every day. New HR Director made it difficult to know what you were responsible for almost daily. Trying to fix something that really wasn't broken, only needed direction to keep the ship righted. Became not a difficult environment with no good communication or true direction. Good ol' boy stuff.
dionix tech (Former Employee) – texas – January 25, 2015
As a dionix tech, I learned a lot and watched them promote much younger people over me. I did like the job and enjoyed working outside. Working with people who were, at best useless, and them being promoted over you; well it was humiliating. There comes a point when you just show up and do exactly what your job description is because they don't care anyway. If you just want a check and absolutely no personal consideration at all, go for it when they start hiring again. When they lay you off, you get treated like a herd of bad cattle and told to go. They promise a lot and deliver nothing but a pay check.
catering on location, sometimes.
no personal life. none. portapotties on location, yuck.
Company has innovative approach to production water recycling
Lead Field Technician (Current Employee) – San Angelo, TX – August 15, 2014
Our typical work day consists of 15 hour days with 12 hours on the job site and 3 hours of travel and safety meeting time. An enormous amount of water is used during frac operations of oil well sites. The hardest part of the job is the down time between fracs.
paid travel time to job site in company vehicle.
upward mobility does not appear to be consistently fair.
Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – January 28, 2014
I loved working for Bosque. I worked with Project Management so everyday was fun. My co-workers where great, my boss was awesome and I learned more from him in six months then I have anywhere. The hardest part was learning the new terms for the PM department. I best was learning something new everyday.
DIONIX Technician (Current Employee) – Calumet, OK – October 29, 2013
iaison for Company Representative and water transfer personnel. Perform sampling of treated water used in fracturing projects. Samples obtained from frac tanks. Tested samples for compliance with established specifications. Used testing devise for testing functions. Performed mechanical operations as necessary to keep pumping unit operational.
Disposal Operator (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – September 8, 2012
Check incoming water from trucks for acceptable levels of solids and fluid type, calculate running totals and all totals for a 24 hour period, communicating and working with dispatch for multiple water hauling companies, answer phone, maintaining and ordering supplies for office, clean office. Collaborating on the creation of a hand book and standard operating procedures for all disposals over multiple plays and formations. Organizing and executing the cleanup of disposals in the Barnett Shale. Hourly reads, maintain and clean transfer pumps, monitor open pit and tank levels, monitor well pressure, monitoring flow rates on two pipelines.