$85,000 to $95,000 Annually
401K, Medical, Life
Why Work Here?
“Excellent pay, benefits and as many loads a day as you want”
A crude oil transportation company that specializes in hauling crude oil from the well site battery to a LACT station delivery point.
We are looking for experienced individuals to fill the position of Crude Oil Driver.
-Weekly Safety Bonus ($150)
-Benefits after 90 days including medical insurance, vacation time, and sick time.
-Life Insurance guidance and money to pay for it
-Well Maintained Equipment
-Work Schedule that works for you - 5 On/2 Off, 5 On/3 Off - Or, 5 On/1 Off for those workaholics! - Your Choice
-Paid Orientation and training
Job Duties Include:
- Measuring crude oil to API gauging and sampling standards;
- Maintain vehicle to comply with all D.O.T. regulations;
- Routine preventive maintenance on equipment;
- Comply with all DOT guidelines and all company safety rules, policies and procedures;
- 25 years of age or older
- Minimum of five (5) years of CDL driving experience;
• Minimum of one (1) year of crude oil tanker experience;
• Class A CDL With hazmat and tanker endorsements;
• Able to read, write, and speak the English language;
o Clean driving record:
o Must not have tested positive or refused a test for a controlled substance;
o No violations of DOT Drug/Alcohol regulations;
o No alcohol related suspensions/revocations in the last 5 years
o No DWI/DUI convictions in the last 5 years;
o No DWI/DUI conviction in a commercial motor vehicle;
o Able to pass background check pursuant to local, state, and federal rules;
o Pass a DOT physical and drug screen.
o Must be able to walk, bend, reach, push, pull, stoop, squat, lift, and climb ladders:
o Operate a dedicated crude oil tractor-trailer unit;
o Connect & disconnect hoses required to load and unload crude oil;
o Hooking and dropping process of tractor/trailer combinations;
o Handling a crude oil work tray and be required to carry it up tank ladders, up to 20 ft. tall;
o Must be able to lift, push, and pull 50 lbs.;
o Must be able to wear all required PPE: hard hat, safety glasses, fire resistant clothing, steel-toed shoes, chemical resistant gloves and full face airline respirator.
o Ability to use hydrogen sulfide personal detectors and respond to those environments;
o Safe use of respiratory protection in Hydrogen Sulfide environments;
o Work alone in remote areas outside in all environmental conditions.
If this looks like a great fit for you, contact us today to start next week!