Great jobs in Texas

Discussion in 'Oilfield Trucking Forum' started by TheBreeze, Mar 2, 2008.

  1. Big Duker

    Big Duker "Don Cheto"

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    Just walk in and tell them you want to work and will make them a good hand. You will both do great. Good luck!!!
     
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  3. Lima

    Lima Light Load Member

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    congrats to ya. good luck. it wont take you long to get on with someone. they are all hiring.
     
  4. Lima

    Lima Light Load Member

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    no its still going on. not so much in north tx at the moment. last time i talked to the managers on the rigs, they said they were moving to pa, and la for about a year. then they will be back in north tx after that for a few more years. the boom is on. but the water hauling is going strong. and the oil hauling is also.
     
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  5. KiloByte

    KiloByte Bobtail Member

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    What about a newbie with no expierance? The companies I've applied for won't even return my phone calls.
     
  6. BigJohn54

    BigJohn54 Gone, but NEVER forgotten

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    They get dozens of calls daily from drivers that don't follow through. If you want a job, go down for a week and apply in person. I'll bet you get hired in less than three days.
     
  7. nd-newbie

    nd-newbie Light Load Member

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  8. SaginawTrucker

    SaginawTrucker Bobtail Member

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    good for you cplmac thinking about new start myself hear any good about werner
     
  9. cplmac2

    cplmac2 Heavy Load Member

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    I dont' think I've ever heard anything good about Werner, but I never drove for them so I couldn't say. Good luck on your fresh start, seems like a lot of people are taking a crack at a new start. Once I get situated I'll post here where I hired and the names of the other companies that I know are hiring down there. Three of the places I'm checking out each bought 30 or more brand new trucks and are looking to fill all of those seats by November, so there is definitely hiring going on. A couple of these jobs are dry bulk, but most of them are oil industry hauling crude or frac or refined product. Like I said a couple of posts ago, in two weeks I had 20+ job offers, most of them from TX and LA. I had a couple of offers from ND, but they seemed a little sketchy when I spoke to them on the phone so I took a flyer and decided to head south where there is a little more stability in the industry.
     
  10. nd-newbie

    nd-newbie Light Load Member

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    How would the companies feel about a driver working ND six months and TX the other six months, every year?
     
  11. plater1

    plater1 Medium Load Member

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    they would maybe like it if you did winter in ND and summer in TX.:biggrin_25525:
     
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