Career Details

Summary:

Position Summary: Must be technically competent, operationally efficient and experienced in the service delivery process. Must competently operate and properly maintain all assigned equipment. Carry out duties in a manner that is mindful of the environment and the communities while providing the client with flawless service quality and service free of incidents.  

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  

  • Specific duties require rig up, rig down, equipment operation and maintenance of same equipment as directed by supervisory staff.  
  • Adheres to all well service health, safety and environmental regulations.  
  • Operates Sand King, Frac Pumps, Dual Belt Conveyor, High Pressure Manifold, Chem Float, Acid & Gel Transports, Line Truck, Hydration Unit, Blenders, and other equipment as directed by supervisory staff.
  • Has a good understanding of the proppants we pump, understands the importance of the Frac Tanks/Fluids in our industry and load securement while driving equipment. 
  • Attaches pumps and hoses, assembles equipment, and/ or monitors control panels affecting pumping operations.  
  • Performs routine maintenance on all assigned service equipment.  
  • Drives equipment to and from locations as required once all company and federal regulations are satisfied including a CDL, Class A license. Maintains and submits timely daily driver log reports, equipment/truck reports as well as Individual Vehicle Driver’s Record (IVDRs), and on occasion timesheets for out of town travel.  
  • Performs other related duties as required.  

Educational & Other Requirements:

Equipment Operator III:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent preferred, but not required. 
  • CDL, Class A license or permit, including the hazmat and tanker endorsements. The CDL testing must be completed within 90 days of hire date or training may be extended with a review by district or division manager.  
  • Maintains Class A license with hazmat and tanker endorsements in good standing as required.  
  • Must have completed the EO3 progression training. 
  • Complete and abide by all Safety Training and other provided training.  
  • Appropriate communication skills for coordination of the well service activities with crew members and supervisory staff.  
  • Travel to job location as required. 
  • Sensitive to confidential information.  
  • Must work independently and as a member of team.  

Equipment Operator II:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent preferred, but not required  
  • CDL, Class A license or permit, including the hazmat and tanker endorsements. The CDL testing must be completed within 90 days of hire date or training may be extended with a review

by district or division manager.  

  • Maintains Class A license with hazmat and tanker endorsements in good standing as required.  
  • Must have completed the EO2 progression training. 
  • Complete and abide by all Safety Training and other provided training.  
  • Appropriate communication skills for coordination of the well service activities with crew members and supervisory staff.  
  • Travel to job location as required. 
  • Sensitive to confidential information.  
  • Must work independently and as a member of team.  

Equipment Operator I:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent preferred, but not required.  
  • Valid Class C license, prefer CDL Permit. 
  • Complete and abide by all Safety Training and other provided training. 
  • Appropriate communication skills for coordination of the well service activities with crew members and supervisory staff. 
  • Travel to job location as required. 
  • Opportunity to advance through the EO Progression Program after obtaining Class A CDL License and Hazardous Material and Tanker Endorsement required by Federal DOT Policy or opportunity to advance through Non CDL EO Progression Program. 
  • Sensitive to confidential information. 
  • Must work independently and as a member of team. 

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