driver (Current Employee) – Greeley, CO – December 30, 2017
Work independently, but mindless repetitive work mostly. Kind of a militaristic management style that gets many drivers paranoid with their "big Brother " oversight style. Management seems to rely more on computers and truck tracking than on the nuances of the day to day situational requirements.. If you work for them keep careful records. Lots of unusual safety requirements.Some Understandable and necessary, others that seem to be made up on a daily basis. Safety talked about frequently but don't take the time to do the job safely. They are recording you!!
The 5 on 3 days off schedule is nice. But it can rob you of significant overtime hours. In some pay periods, one could work 70 hours but only get 10-15 hrs of overtime in that 70 hour week. You will seldom have the same days off.
Driver (Former Employee) – Seiling, OK – January 11, 2018
I have 11 year experience being a transport driver in Oklahoma oilfeild. I had to wear a green hard hat like I was a beginner I trained my trainer how to do jobs pay was the lowest I have ever seen. Only plus was most of the coworkers are freindly
Pay, shifts, bad trucks and no respect for experience
Driver - Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Greeley, CO – November 28, 2017
Challenging day to day responsibilities in the oilfields Assigned to administer, transfer, transport crude oil and produced water from central pipeline manifolds, separators, tank batteries, natural gas refinery vessels to oil polishing, oil stabilizing and injection pump down facilities
Floor Hand Technician (Former Employee) – Gainesville, TX – March 9, 2017
Like the job, it was fun and easy for the most part. Met some good people and made some good friends. The hardest part of the job was PM on the rig and moving rig from one drill location to another. Management was good and helpful most of the time on the water drilling till the division was dissolved. My point of view I was to old and to out of shape to be working on an oil rig as a floor hand or anything else on that rig. As a beginner in a new field that's a young mans job. Hardest part of the job is slinging tongs every 20 or so minutes for 12 hours straight 7 days a week.