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Frac Operator 1

Location: Williston, ND but relocation is not required. The worksite is remote and the employer will pay for travel for employees between the worksite and home on a two-weeks on, one-week off schedule, and cover the cost of food and lodging at the worksite.


The employer prides itself on  Safety, Efficiency and  always providing the highest standard of

customer service - one that cannot be beat. Ensuring we never fall short means finding those people who can share in our vision and help deliver on our reputation. Fracturing Operators are an important part of the field operating team. It is important to always be safety minded while also being able to complete one’s duties in a timely and effective manner.


The employer is ideally looking for people with oil and gas experience, but is willing to hire those with no experience but a willingness to learn hands-on. Candidates with former military and/or construction backgrounds would be a close match, though any outdoor hands-on labor experience is relevant. The work is physically demanding, and employees are expected to work 12-14 hours of work per day. Summer is an ideal time to start and settle into the role.


Work sites will be loud and good English language skills are required.


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Primary Responsibilities

  • Driving equipment to site

  • Preparing the well site for operation

  • Mixing and pumping fluids during each stage of our fracturing

Employer Offers

  • Industry-leading Safety, On-the-Job Training, and strong Teamwork culture

  • Company is committed to being an integral part of the communities we work in

  • Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance available the 1st of the month following start date

  • 401k program (retirement savings) with up to 5% Company match starting immediately after start date

  • Well-maintained, high-tech equipment

  • Many opportunities for career advancement


  • Competitive compensation based on experience and credentials, $22-$33/hour to start (depends on experience)

  • Accrual of 14 days of paid time off (PTO) per year for the first year, increasing with tenure.

  • Sick and Paid Holidays

  • Paid housing for Rotational Employees not residing in Williston, ND.

  • Earning of a Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) with CDL Training Reimbursement Program for Non-CDL holders. The normal training cost for obtaining a CDL is $5,000. Completion of a CDL permit can lead to promotion to Operator Level 2 or CDL Driver jobs with significant increases in pay.

  • Up to $1,500 a month for travel expenses paid to rotating employees

  • Paid training opportunities

  • $40 a day per diem when working and staying away from home district since food is not provided

  • Personal protective equipment (PPE) - provided to each new hire specific to each position


  • Work Shifts: Fourteen (14) days on-site followed by Seven (7) days off ($1,500 to be used for travel to and from worksite each month)

  • Rotate from Days to Nights after days off

  • 12+ hour shifts

  • Consistent high amounts of Overtime are available. Overtime will be time and a half pay (an extra 50%) for those hours, and will be paid after 40 hours in a week or after 10 hours in a day has been reached.

Travel and Training

  • Travel expenses to and from home are reimbursed up to $1,500 per month, with a $40/day allowance for meals. The $1,500 is for flights and/or fuel if driving to the worksite.

  • If desired, relocation expenses may be provided in the future.

  • A 6-day orientation is conducted, followed by 2 days of training specific to the worksite.

  • The 6-day orientation takes place at the Grand Junction, Colorado facility from a Monday through the following Saturday.

  • Training conducted bi-weekly, always starting on a Monday.

Education and Experience

  • Previous oil industry experience preferred, but construction, military, or hands-on outdoor labor experience will be considered

  • Valid Class A CDL preferred. A basic state driver’s license is required.

  • Satisfactory Mechanical Vapor Recompression (MVR) preferred (a process that uses mechanical compression to recover waste heat as energy.)

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