Winch Truck Driver
Want a driving job that allows you to get out of your tuck and stretch your legs? Want a job that allows you to go home every day? Want to work in the oilfield? Keep reading.
What you will do.
As a Winch Truck Driver, you’ll operate a single winch, to load and move frac tanks; or with the use of a float (flatbed trailer) to pick up, transport and unload oil field servicing or drilling equipment including but not limited to open top tanks, sand separators, choke manifolds, pipe racks, catwalks and any other equipment.
What you need to know.
There will be long days and some weekend work. You will likely learn the oilfield phrase, “Hurry up and wait!” While you sit on a job site waiting for instructions where to offload the equipment on your truck. You will have to work in all weather conditions, rain or shine, hot or cold.
Why you want this job.
You’re not going to be stuck in the seat all day. You’re going to be able to get out several times a day and that adds variety to your day. You will be held to DOT regulations, so you won’t be asked to work more than 70 hours per week. And we’ll supply you with all the uniforms, tools, and equipment you need to get the job done.
- Midland, TX, USA