Employers in the Bakken Oil region employ strong men with little or no
oil field experience. Unskilled labor in the Bakken Oil fields is dirty
dangerous work. Work hours are long. Slippery May snow and parolees protesting
the pipeline increase the likelihood of accidents. If you are looking
for "honest" work and are not afraid of dirt, a few summer mosquitoes,
and the blazing Montana sun, you can apply in person for the top May 2017
job openings in the Bakken Oil region.
Roustabouts wanted. If you have a CDL driver's license, are hardworking,
dependable, and drug-free, you can advance within the company with 40+
years of experience in the Bakken Oil Field region.
Oil field trainees, natural gas interns, and field services technicians
are needed. Pay for these positions is about $21 per hour. Requirements
for these positions are: a high school diploma or GED, a driver's
license, a good driving record, and the ability to understand and follow
safety procedures. The field service technician installs, operates, and
repairs oil field tools and equipment.
The downside to these positions is one oil field worker dies every six
weeks in the Bakken Oil Field region, and even more workers are injured.
Diesel mechanics, hydraulic swab rig operators, and gaugers are also in
demand, but these positions require prior experience.
Odegaard and Braukmann
Contact us immediately if you or a loved one was accidentally injured or died on
a Bakken Oil Field construction site. Our law firm promises honest, reliable
representation. Our construction accident Super Lawyer is Martindale-Hubbell®
Distinguished®, rated 10.0 on Avvo, and has 30+ years of experience
recovering compensation for workers injured on Bakken Oil field construction
sites. We'll strive to maximize your financial recovery. We expect
no money until we receive your final third-party settlement.