Entry Level Oil & Gas

Company Name:
Elwood Staffing
Entry Level Oil & Gas
Hours: 40-70
Pay: $16-17 hr
Looking for shop hands with 1-3 years experience in manual labor, warehouse, or mechanic work. Must be in Minot area to be considered for interview.
The shop hand will:
Repair equipment according to company standards under direction.
Perform daily maintenance on company equipment, under direction.
Conduct preventative maintenance and lubrication on selected items of oilfield equipment.
Develop skills and knowledge to operate selected items of oilfield equipment.
Develop skills with all hand and power tools used in the shop.
Develop skills and knowledge to support product line services, including basic welding, cutting, grinding, and drilling, and basic understanding of company air, hydraulic, and electrical systems.
Develop skills on appropriate shop tools in order to repair and maintain equipment.
Job Requirements
Complete required safety training
Wear PPE at all times and observe health, safety and environmental policies.
Attend monthly safety and operations improvement meetings.
1-3 years experience
Job Benefits & Perks:
Competitive compensation
Fortune 500
Fun work environment
Growing Company
Growth opportunity (offers new skills and experience development)
Hi-Tech industry
Opportunity for advancement (upward mobility)
State of the art technology
Well established
All applicants will be subject to a pre-employment background check. (A conviction record will not necessarily prevent you from being employed. You will be required to complete and submit a questionnaire. We will consider your age at the time of the offense, when the offense occurred, the seriousness and the nature of the offense.)
Applicant will be subject to a drug screen as a condition of employment
For immediate consideration, please send resume to minot. AND you can apply online today at:
Contact Information
Elwood Staffing
1115 16th St. SW
Minot, ND 58701
Category: Oil
Location: Minot ND
Job duration: Full Time
Job expires on: June 29, 2014

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