Permian Basin & Eagle Ford Oilfield Job Vacancies

Posted by | October 18, 2016 | News

Over 400 new oil industry job openings this week. There is  a steady increase in oil jobs week after week. Applying is 100% Free, take action now. 

Check out some of this weeks Oilfield Job listings below

Driver – Endeavor Energy Resources, LP – Midland, TX

Business Development Manager – Production Chemicals – Rockwater Energy Solutions – Midland, TX

Entry Level Operator Assistant I – Frac/Acid – Halliburton – Odessa, TX

Truck Driver E&P – Republic Services – Pecos, TX

CDL Driver Class A – Gulfstream Services Inc – Monahans, TX

CDL Class A Truck Drivers and Class B Oilfield Fuelers – Chemoil Energy – Marshall, TX

Mechanical Assembler – Drill Bits – 2nd Shift – The Woodlands TX – Baker Hughes – The Woodlands, TX

CNC Machinist – Drill Bits – 2nd shift – The Woodlands TX – Baker Hughes – The Woodlands, TX

Oilfield Truck Driver – DND DIAMOND N DA RUFF LLC – Dallas-Fort Worth, TX

Assistant Controller – Waste Connections – The Woodlands, TX

Welder – Drill Bits – Night Shift – The Woodlands TX – Baker Hughes – The Woodlands, TX

Mechanical Assembler – Drill Bits – 1st Shift – The Woodlands TX – Baker Hughes – The Woodlands, TX

Technical Support Engineer – Midland TX – Baker Hughes – Midland, TX

Manager, HR Operations, US Oil and Gas and RUST – AECOM – Houston, TX

Water Truck Driver – Texas Sterling Construction Co. – Fort Worth, TX

More openings here:
Oilfield Services Companies And Drillers Could Face a Shortage of Workers

As we have said before, Recruiters have long warned that layoffs could come back to haunt an industry still dealing with a shortage of mid-career workers following the 1980s oil bust. As the United States reaches full employment, oilfield services companies and drillers could face a shortage of workers and may have to pay dearly for recent layoffs.

Citing rig operators, Raymond James said the initial addition of 100 to 200 rigs will be manageable, because current staffing can handle the increase. But the firm believes bottlenecks will develop as the U.S. oil and gas rig count approaches 600. It now stands at 431.

Drilling is picking up slowly, and oil companies will have to fill vacancies quick when drilling revives. They are going to need many people to fill all the positions, and not just entry level employees. The question is if all those workers who were let go from their jobs will come back. Many have just left the oil industry completely to settle into other trades that offer more stability.

The Texas Oil and Gas Industry will eventually revive, and when it does it will do it fast. What you need to do right now is take some time and get yourself ready. Submit your resume, and search for available jobs now. Get ahead of the game and be prepared. YOU could get hired, just apply, and Share this post.