L.B. Foster's wholly owned subsidiary, Inspection Oilfield Services (IOS), provides inspection and tubular integrity management services for the upstream oil and gas industry. Services include non-destructive testing, inspection, and other asset integrity services such as repair and threading for OCTG and drill tools. Inspection and testing of these products, which include replaceable and reusable products such as casing, production tubing, drill pipe, directional motors, drill collars, and related equipment, is a critical preventative measure to ensure personnel and well-site safety, enhance efficiency, and avoid costly equipment failures and well-site shutdowns.
We are currently looking for Laborers at our Midland, TX Facility.
$16 per hour, immediate benefits, opportunity for growth
Experience working in the oil & gas industry preferred
Experience working in a machine shop / pipe threading / OCTG preferred
Can expect to work with hand tools and some chemicals.
Should be willing to work 7 days a week in necessary.
Being on call and available to work at any time the customer requires.
Will work on drilling and production locations.
Must able to lift 50 lbs unassisted Must be able to take direction from supervisors and foreman.
Must be able to follow all required safety guidelines.
Must be willing to work in inclement weather from time to time.
Must be able to come to work at the designated time.
Must have valid Drivers License.
In return, we offer an opportunity to build a solid career with competitive compensation and a very attractive benefits package, including health care coverage on the first of the month after hire and a market-leading 401(k) program.
If you meet the qualifications and would like to be considered for this position, please apply online at www.lbfosterjobs.com
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