Customer Service Representative/Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Tioga, ND – February 27, 2017
Typical workday was entering and printing out sales tickets for fuel. Also looking over the tickets to be correct. Hardest part of the job is getting requirements to submit the tickets. Most enjoyable was the people I worked with.
As a retention specialist I spent long days on the phone trying to compensate for machinery that was sent out faulty I learned a lot and taught a lott of people customer service, the job itself was not very challenging .
Large Tank Wagon Driver (Current Employee) – Rock Springs, WY – October 31, 2013
Today, I do not have a dispatch so I'm home ... but then again, I'm two days into my hitch & 35 hrs into my 70 in 8. This is NOT a job for those who require consistency, moving the same thing to the same place at the same time every day. I slip-seat ... every day I could be in a different truck which operates a different way. Every rig is different in its lay-out & which tank gets what product. Sometimes I slog through mud up to my knees & sometimes I use snow chains in summer to get to where I'm supposed to be. Sometimes good directions are provided & sometimes signs point the way ... but don't depend on it. If you're reckless, thoughtless, forgetful or distracted ... don't expect to last long.
The equipment is terrible, dispatchers asking you to violate DOT regulations in a indirect matter is a common occurrence Dispatchers have no past exp. as dispatchers. Living conditions the man camp is less than good crowded, over priced for what you get no privacy. The RV park has no water when it gets below freezing, there is a common 1 tolit 1 shower/bathroom shared by inbound drivers and rv residents. Previous review I read free lunch? Not in Tioga. Benefits in my opinion are horrible . The company is pretty good at giving you time off to go home.
a lot of hours when they're busy, time off to see your family
6 days on and 1 day off, and alot of the 6 days your on call NOT gettin $$
Fuel Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Vernal, UT – December 9, 2012
I started off working SUN- THU 5 days a week. Then they decided to change our schedules and have the tank wagon drivers that area " assigned to FRAC crews" work a rotating 6 days ON and 1 day OFF. The dispatchers want you to run illegal and work 16 ot 20 hour days servicing the onsite FRAC crews.Theres too many supervisors giving conflicting instructions and baby sitters makin up rules to justify thier jobs.
great hourly pay
constant demads to violate hos, not enough hours alot of weeks, safety meetings where only a few drivers attend