Hi, I'm willing to go back to oilfields. Experienced tanker driver, hauling water, batteries, disposals, mud, you know what.
I want a career, not a job. I like electronic logs, and to pre-trip and be happy about my truck.
Suggestions? Thanks to y'all.
Good companies to work for @ South Texas? Tanker
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Fluid @ equipment transport
carrizo springs, tx
18.50 hr to start. Start on Night shift,
12 hour shifts, 4 on 2 off
20 dollars a day per-diem
uniforms,hard hat all ppe gear provided.
11 pairs of uniforms ( all carhart)
work extra days if you want to only ( not forced)
your 2 days off are garunteed if you want them.
time and half over 40 of course,
E -logs, absolutely legal,no outlaw crap
home every night in your own bed,
day cabs only,no sleeper trucks,
class a with tanker is all you need.
load water from batteries and frac tanks
and take to disposal.
no service work or drilling mud.
paid for every minute you work,even the 30 min break.
benefits after 3 months,then it's a 100.00 deductable,
after the deductable they pay 75% you pay 25% of
whatever the bill is.
3 loads per shift then go home,unless your on a flow back.
pay every 2 weeks,direct deposit.
expect to bring home 1800 to 2400 every 2 weeks.( that's after taxes)
the greedy guys who work 5 and 1 back to back are
in the 2400 to 2800 range,that's take home pay.
2 locations to work live and work from:
carrizo springs, tx and cotulla tx.
50 truck operation, peterbuilts and macks.
At the cactus ranch rv park in carrizo springs tx,
the housing is brand new 3 bedroom mobile homes
that are fully furnished with washer/dryer,dishes,plates,
silverware,directv, and wifi.all u need are your clothes.
house cleaning comes in once a week.
2 people per room (6 total). One works the day
shift and the other works the night shift.
If you have a travel trailer and stick it in this park
theyll pay the whole bill,rent,electric,cable,wifi,water, all free.
I Spent 5 grand for a rv,made that money back in a month,
now they pay all my bills for me, sweet deal.
the whole paycheck is mine
If your lazy like me and can live off a grand a week
its a good job.
If you got mouths to feed or bills to pay
or just want To get every penny you can
they always need extra drivers to work on
thier days off.
every water truck company down here is hiring.
most pay 2 to 3 dollars more per hour, but your
on your own with your living arraignments.
No I don't get a recruiting bonus,they don't waste thier time
with that stuff.
Basically your working:
20 days a month off 10 days
about 65,000 a year to start
home every night
company pays all your bills.
830-322-2959 Juan safety and hiring manager
And since you asked I'll give you another company
23 an hour,no housing provided.
I forgot to add double time for working on holidays.
if your not working on the holidays you get 8 hours
straight pay for sitting at home.
150 bucks a year for boots.
300 dollar safety bonus every 3 months.
The funny thing is we still have a hard time keeping drivers.
there's more money to be made down here doing water, or oil.
but you won't have any kind of life or time off to speak of.
The drivers down here are so spoiled that they'll jump ship
at the blink of an eye.our work is consistent. We service the wells
for anadarko. No sitting at home waiting for the phone to ring.
Ive had a total off 1 day off because the water levels where low
in 4 months. Easiest money I ever made driving a truck.
After 15 years OTR my only regret was I didn't jump on this sooner
If your not afraid of the dark and can lift a 15lb hose 3 times a night
and stand at the back of your truck for 30 minutes at a shot in the
middle of no where all by yourself then it's easy money.
The hardest part of the job is taking the beating on the dirt roads.
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