DOT Driver II JOB DESCRIPTION: Job responsibilities include local (within Midland City and County) transportation by truck for Endeavor Energy completions or production crews.
Cargo transport varies depending on driver's licensing.Essential Functions:
Follow instructions, and maintain compliance with all DOT, company and customer safety and operational policies and procedures Properly load and unload product at various customer locations in a professional, courteous, timely, safe, and efficient manner Connect and disconnect hoses, operating pumps and valves for loading and unloading Complete all paperwork accurately and timely, if applicable Complete other related tasks as assigned by manager Minimum Requirements: High school diploma or GED required, must be at least 18 years of age Ability to read, write and communicate effectively required Computer proficiency is required Valid Texas Driver's license is required Class A CDL and Haz Mat is preferred but not required Must be able to pass background screening including MVR and criminal Must be able to work nights, weekends, and an extended workweek.
Strong customer service skills, and the ability to effectively prioritize, multi-task, manage time, organize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment Supervisory Responsibilities: No supervisory responsibilities are associated with this position.
Work Environment: Work is often outdoors.
Working conditions range from frigid to hot temps, high winds, flying dust, slipping hazards and conditions and frequently exposed to loud noise from heavy equipment and machinery.
Physical Demands: Ability to sit, stand, walk, reach with hand and arms, climb, squat, kneel, and bend is required.
Must also be able to occasionally lift, carry, push, pull, move, and drag up to 50 lbs.
Position type and expected hours of work: This is a full-time position.
The ability to work overtime is a requirement to performing this job.
Endeavor Energy Resources, LP is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in regards to race, color, creed, age, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, marital status or disability.
We comply with all local, state, and federal laws pertaining to employment and discrimination will not be tolerated.
About this company
Endeavor Energy Resources, LP
In 1979, Autry C. Stephens left his job to take a new path in the oil business. Starting small while working out of a one room office, he began the groundwork for a company that would continue to grow over time.
Over 39 years later, Endeavor Energy Resources, LP has grown into one of the largest private employers in Midland, employing over 1,300 associates.
Stephens got the company started with their first purchase of 80 acres of land that eventually led to the first well, McClintic B-30 #2, in the Spraberry Field in 1979. Since then, the company has continued to trend upward.
In 2000, the company officially was reorganized as Endeavor Energy Resources, LP. Five years later, Endeavor continued to grow with their purchase of Perenco Energy, which they later renamed to LCX Energy, LLC. That acquisition helped continue their path of growth within the Midland Basin as daily production increased by 30 percent.
Within the company is Endeavor Energy Services which is a collection of companies that helps provide services and stable pricing for their Endeavor Exploration and Production Company. The energy services division has a range of services including trucking, roustabout, well service, wireline, vehicle maintenance, and construction services.
While the oil industry can be very volatile with rapid swings going up and down, Endeavor has continued to follow its mission of building a top tier independent oil and gas company through their investment of time and capital in the Permian Resource Plays.
Of the company’s 500,000 total net acres in their possession, Endeavor has over 300,000 net acres in the Midland Basin alone. Thanks to the ever-improving technology with drilling wells and the efficiency with which they are able to extract the oil, Endeavor has decades ahead of drilling left to be done.
In 2016, Stephens named Charles Meloy as the company’s Chief Executive Officer. Meloy takes over at a time where company is moving from being a vertical operator to a horizontal operator along with the many other changes the industry has experienced over the past few years.
For employees, those working at Endeavor have access to a wide range of benefits, including a free medical plan that has access to a private family clinic exclusive to employees and their dependents. Along with competitive base pay in the industry and other compensation benefits, Endeavor also places a high priority with its employees having a strong work/life balance.
Endeavor also is involved in giving back to the community through their work supporting groups including Be the Change Permian Basin and Oil Patch Kids. “We strive to make a positive impact in our community as a corporate citizen. We believe in the value of our employees and are dedicated to developing our employees professionally,” the company says on its website.
Location/Region: Midland, TX (US - 79701)