Field Services Roles

Challenging Work

We have hundreds of operating locations in the USA. On any given day, you will face challenges you never expected, and opportunities to deliver excellence for our clients.


You’ll follow an initial fixed-step training program that lasts up to 5 years. But the job and its responsibilities are real—from day one.


There are some similarities between military and oilfield lifestyles; the field roles are 24/7 environments and on location, you will normally have to share amenities with your coworkers. We pay special attention to make sure living conditions are appropriate. However, you need to be flexible and have a healthy sense of humor!


If you have at least 5 years’ military experience as a mechanic, electrician, technician, or in electronics, you should apply for a Maintenance Technician role. If you have at least 5 years’ military experience in a general combat or infantry position, you should apply for a Field Specialist role. If you have less than 5 years’ military experience, you should apply for an Equipment Operator role.

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What is Rotational Work?

The oil and gas sector pays above-average wages. Rotational schedules give workers the chance to engage in more highly paid oil and gas industry work, which often includes additional allowances. The availability of a support network to assist the rotational worker’s family is a key factor in reducing potential negative effects. For dual income families, choosing rotations rather than relocation means one spouse does not have to interrupt or change his or her work situation to accommodate the other.

The ability to work in one location and live in another provides workers with the opportunity to choose where they wish to call home. This personal decision is based on the types of medical, educational, social and recreational amenities desired by workers and their families.

Another key factor for sustained success in rotational work arrangements is the ability of workers to engage in rotational patterns that meet their needs. This typically means that the length of uninterrupted, quality time at home offsets the drawbacks associated with being away and unavailable for periods of time. While rotational workers may miss important family events, they can enjoy extended periods at home and have the opportunity to spend blocks of quality time with their families.

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