You get lots of hours. It's oilfield work. If you are reading this then you know what I mean. Company men sometimes can be a pain, but overall it was a good experience. I would go back if they wanted me to.
Technician (Former Employee) – Texas – September 19, 2017
Attempted to help out, by using own tools. DO NOT use own tools, under any circumstances!!!!!! Notified Managers about missing tools, nothing done about it. Wrote email to President, not even a common courtesy to respond. Such professionalism at its best.
Work alone often
Away from family a lot, Company CC maxed out continually.
Production Operator (Former Employee) – Cook Inlet, AK – June 23, 2017
Peak was my first oil field employer and I found them to be faithful and attentive to their employees needs often even going up against the client hiring their contract employees in the interest of safety and pay. I worked my way up from welders helper to Operator with them and also got my A.S. degree while working full time for them.
Kept us working in times of lean operations and were always fair
Being a contract employee you are first to go when oil prices drop
Service Technician (Former Employee) – Victoria, TX – May 9, 2017
Peak is a good place to work . U get ur hrs plus and the ppl are hard working. U have to be open minded ,willing to give ur all to work there. The bosses make sure the work is done . Its fast pace . They teach u as you go. Great work environment. You work late at time but the money is good. Let's put it this if u don't like hard work and long hrs it's not for u . But if u live money it is. It can get rough at times but it's well worth it. Just follow rules and directions to where tour location is and your good to go. Peak is a awesome job to have. Love it there.
Ive obtained more than 3yrs w/peak. Welders hlp..riggn ..drll suppt etc. Not one time did i have or observe ONE conflict or otherwise unsafe act..they got resolved by fresh tsa minds and formen who could actually encourage.
Great environment all around workwise. Saftey really is in place.
Having to pay for cits card as well as t.w.i.c..450.00$
Rental Manager (Former Employee) – Elk City, OK – October 30, 2015
managing employees hours and filling outfield tickets for job sites. having conference calls talking about what jobs have going and what up coming jobs there are. there are long hours having multiple phones calls at any hours of the day and night. learn a lot on management skills and sales experience. the best part of the job was getting out and meeting new people and traveling.
Great work environment got to see alot of country!
Service Technician (Former Employee) – Alderson, OK – September 29, 2015
I learned how to set up trailer houses, which were a lot easier then I expected them to be. I learned that just the littlest of thing could make a company man mad just as well as make them happy. I learned good people skill. Probably the hardest part of the job was when we went out in western Oklahoma we would drive up there by ourselves and have to drive back after a long day. The most enjoyable part was I got to see a lot of Oklahoma that I never knew existed.
Steady work, good pay, safety cultured environment
Roustabout (Current Employee) – alaska – August 23, 2015
Have a limited time here but its all good so far!!Great co-workers that are allways looking out for me! The facility I work at has a high volume of clients and has a great system for maximum production!
Rental Coordinator (Former Employee) – Greeley, CO – June 19, 2015
Management is horrible! The upper management has no oilfield experience so they have no idea how to run the company. They are the lowest paying oilfield company they have a very high turnover rate. There is no way to move up in the company.
Field Technician (Former Employee) – Midland, TX – June 6, 2015
My typical work day starts by driving to location having a safety meeting and filling out a JSA "Job Safety Analasys". In the time I have worked for Peak Oilfield Services I learned to maintance and work on the mechanical issues that generators, light plants, and fan trailers had. Management was not a strong point at Peak. It seemed like they were always lost sending diffrent individuals to do the same job, or not sending anyone out to do a job that required to be done as soon as possible. Being away from home has to be the hardest part of my job, but with that I hadlearned to see my co-workers as friends and family. The most enjoyable part of my job would have to be working out doors, allowing me to feel free and getting to enjoy the beauty of what lies outside four walls.
Office Clerk (Former Employee) – Palmer, AK 99645 – June 1, 2015
Awesome place to work. It was a hard pacing worksite. But in the end it taught me more of I am capable of doing in the workforce. The clerical side of things, the company and how truly honored I was working with a big name in the oil/gas industry.
Researching project requirements then verifying compliance. I've learned about Microsoft excel, R-stamp requirements and developed better communication skills both verbally and written. The management there is very easy to work with and understanding of personal issues. My co-workers were great to work with and eagerly shared knowledge with me. The hardest part of the job was having enough jobs going on to charge my time to. I enjoyed most about working at Peak was the respect everyone showed me as I went around performing my job.