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Frac Operator Trainee – Class 5 Driver

STEP Energy Services Ltd.

This is a Contract position in Fort Mcmurray, AB posted September 17, 2022.

WE OFFER: 15/6 rotations: Work hard then relax during your time off.

Employee Fuel Discounts High utilization: Busy is better.

Competitive pay: Real pay for real work (hourly and overtime) including benefits.

Industry leading clients: Challenges to expand your skills.

Training opportunities: The training to take your skills to the next level 24/7 office and maintenance support: IT and engineering help when you need it WE REQUIRE: Class 5 driver’s license (No GDL condition) Physical ability: You will perform hard manual labor.

Remote work: Away on a 15/6 rotation working outdoors in all weather conditions.

Safety focus: We live and work by an always safe-always professional mindset (ASAP).

Our large crew works collectively to tackle a variety of interesting and evolving challenges.

All of our equipment is state-of-the-art and purpose built using the latest software, designed specifically for our operations.

Our high utilization rate keeps the work engaging, and gives meaningful room for career advancement.

We focus on having the shortest crew changes possible; including the use of aircraft to ensure time off is truly time off.

Our crews are also permanently assigned to ensure cohesion between the team.

Our robust maintenance program supports our equipment to ensure our professionals are working with reliable equipment that is fully functional.

At STEP we we use the word professional to describe all of our employees.

Because to us, that’s what they are
– professionals.

Our field professionals throw on a pair of coveralls each day, and then embrace the challenges that present themselves.

They are constantly assessing their safety, and the safety of those around them; they know trust is something built over years, not days; they don’t believe in good enough, they believe in great; they take pride in the skills they bring to the site each day and they get excited about the places those skills can take them.

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