Endeavor Energy Resources wholly owned Energy Services division was created with a mission to reduce the company’s operating costs. It is a strategic group of service companies that are focused on providing the highest level of service, safety, and technology at the lowest cost. The Energy Services division provides trucking, roustabout, construction, well service, wireline and vehicle maintenance services.
By working together as one organization all Endeavor employees are focused on innovation and continuous improvement. The value added by controlling lease operating expenses differentiates Endeavor from other exploration and production companies and supports the company’s singular goal to become a top tier horizontal operator in the Midland Basin.
Included in the Energy Services family of companies the Energy Services Construction Division provides drill pad site engineering & modeling for Endeavor’s drilling locations. The Construction Division harnesses new GPS technology and highly trained equipment operators to provide best in class service.
Operate a backhoe and a variety of heavy equipment, tractors and trucks in order to execute any or all aspects of heavy civil/energy market construction, land management, and/or agriculture production.
Scope of Responsibilities
In a supervised and non-supervised work crew setting, the Backhoe Operator is responsible for operating equipment in a safe, appropriate and efficient manner in order to maximize task completion while minimizing the risk of property damage, injury or loss of life. Equipment will include backhoe and DOT regulated trucks, and may include farm tractors, front end loaders, dozers, graders, compactors other pieces of equipment and related implements. The Backhoe Operator must also clean, maintain and secure all equipment as directed by legislation, policies and procedures. Additional labor-only responsibilities may be required of Backhoe Operator as needed and related to heavy civil construction, energy market construction, land management, and/or agriculture production tasks.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
2. Inspect, maintain, and cleaning equipment
3. Perform miscellaneous and other related tasks as assigned
Use of power and hand tools for lifting, shoveling, raking, sawing, planting, etc. to complete detail work associated with equipment operating tasks.
Education and Experience
The Backhoe Operator has a physically strenuous and demanding job. He/she will be lifting, pulling and managing equipment and objects. He/she will have to work in all weather, and must be prepared for both extreme heat and cold. He/she must ensure that all activities are completed in a safe and efficient way.
Must work outside in all different weather conditions including extreme cold and extreme heat. Job duties will regularly be performed during periods of impaired visibility due to sunrise, sunset, night work, fog rain, etc. Due to the explicit nature of the work, surroundings will be under a state of constant change. He/she will be exposed to inherently hazardous buried, overhead, and ground level situations and conditions that could cause serious injury or death to themselves or others if safety procedures are not strictly followed.
At times he/she could be exposed the following hazards capable of causing serious injury or death:
His/her vision, hearing, smell, and touch senses must function, or be corrected to function, so that constant and continual awareness and assessment of hazards, surroundings and situations can be performed in order to safely and efficiently execute job duties.
Must at times work independently and at other times work amidst numerous other equipment, trucks, personnel and structures and is expected to maintain a schedule of work. A high level of continuous concentration will be required to safely and efficiently execute job duties. Any problems or inconveniences may result in increased stress to complete tasks in a limited time.
Additional Qualifications with Appropriate and Reasonable Training Time: