At Precision, we're not afraid to get muddy and oily, and we always get the job done safely. We believe that safety is everyone's responsibility, and it's our duty to protect and support our new employees so they can succeed with the respect and knowledge they deserve.

We are currently seeking experienced Floorhands to join our dedicated team of professionals based out of Cold Lake, Alberta!

*Preference will be given to those local to the region*

As part of our team, you can expect the following benefits:

Dynamic Pay Schedule: We offer a competitive and dynamic pay schedule that recognizes your hard work and dedication.

Training & Development: We prioritize your growth by providing training and development opportunities to enhance your skills and knowledge.

Career Advancement Opportunities: We believe in fostering long-term careers and offer opportunities for advancement within our organization.

Group Benefits: We care about your well-being and provide comprehensive group benefits, including health, dental, and vision coverage.

Pension Program: Secure your future with our pension program that helps you plan for retirement.

Employee & Family Assistance Program: We understand that life can bring challenges, and our program offers support to you and your loved ones.

Employee Referral Program: We value your recommendations and reward you for referring qualified candidates to join our team.

Bonuses: Your hard work and exceptional performance are recognized and rewarded with bonuses.

To be considered for a position, please ensure you meet the following requirements:

  • Minimum of 2 years working experience on service rigs (Thermal, SAGD, Slant Rig Heavy Double experience is an asset)
  • Energy Safety Canada, Service Rig Competency Certificate is an asset
  • H2S Alive Certificate
  • Standard/Intermediate First Aid, Level C with AED (Red Cross or St John Ambulance preferred)
  • Valid Driver's License (Class 1 or Q endorsement is an asset)
  • Common Safety Orientation Certificate (CSO)
  • Provide a 5-year Commercial Drivers Abstract
  • Fall Rescue for Rig Work Certificate
  • Fall Protection for Rig Work Certificate
  • Well Service BOP Certificate is an asset

As a crew member on our service rig, you'll need the physical capability to lift, push, pull, and carry according to company policies and safety legislation. There may be repetitive motions involved, such as standing and kneeling, for extended periods of time.

With the largest fleet of service rigs in Canada, strategically positioned across Western Canada and the Northern U.S.A., Precision offers excellent career opportunities for its crews. We have maintenance facilities in Fort St John, Grande Prairie, Cold Lake, Nisku, Lloydminster, Red Deer, and Williston, North Dakota.

With over 65 years of industry experience, an active and engaged operations team, fully stocked gear bags upon hire, and a steadfast commitment to safety, Precision is your first choice for a successful and rewarding career in the oil industry!

We appreciate the interest of all candidates in Precision Well Servicing, and we will reach out to those selected for an interview. Thank you for considering a career with Precision!