Vacuum Truck/Supersucker Drivers – North Slope

Peak Oilfield Service Company is looking for qualified Vacuum Truck and Supersucker Drivers to assist in project work in Peak’s North Slope business unit.  A minimum two years of Vacuum Truck or Supersucker experience is required, preferably oilfield specific.  Applicants must hold a valid CDL with medical card, complete with hazard & tanker endorsements at a minimum.  NSTC card is required and prior North Slope experience is preferred.  Candidates must successfully complete post-offer/pre-hire background check, drug and physical screenings. Resumes must be clearly marked “Vacuum Truck” or “Supersucker Driver – North Slope”.  Email resumes to peakhr@peakalaska.com, or fax (907)263-7041.

Peak is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) and as such extends preference to BBNC Shareholders, Shareholder Spouses, and BBNC Descendants. If you fit into one of these categories, please indicate this on your resume.

 

Rig-Up Drivers – North Slope

Peak Oilfield Service Company is looking for qualified Rig-Up Truck Drivers to assist in project work in Peak’s North Slope business unit.  A minimum two years of winch truck/lowboy, bed tandem, or prime mover experience is required, preferably oilfield specific.  Applicants must hold a valid CDL with medical card.  NSTC card is required and prior North Slope experience is preferred.  Candidates must successfully complete post-offer/pre-hire background check, drug and physical screenings. Resumes must be clearly marked “Rig-Up Truck Driver – North Slope”.  Email resumes to peakhr@peakalaska.com, or fax (907)263-7041.

Peak is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) and as such extends preference to BBNC Shareholders, Shareholder Spouses, and BBNC Descendants. If you fit into one of these categories, please indicate this on your resume.

 

2014 - 2015 ICE ROAD SEASON DRIVERS

Peak is looking for capable experienced drivers to work on North Slope winter ice road projects for the 2014-2015 season.  Drivers need to have experience operating the following types of trucks: water trucks, tractor trailers, and end dumps.  Alaska North Slope oilfield experience preferred.

The following are requirements of employment: class A CDL, current medical card, clean driving record, and be able to pass a drug test.  If you are interested please submit a resume by emailing it to peakhr@peakalaska.com or faxing to (907) 263-7041. Please indicate that you are applying for an Ice Road Driver position. Peak is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) and as such extends preference to BBNC Shareholders, Shareholder Spouses, and BBNC Descendants. If you fit into one of these categories, please indicate this on your resume.

 

2014-2015 ICE ROAD EQUIPMENT OPERATORS

Peak is looking for capable experienced equipment operators to work on 2014 – 2015 Alaska North Slope winter ice road projects.  Operators need to have experience with the following types of equipment: loaders, graders, rock trucks, articulating water trucks.  Alaska North Slope experience preferred. 

The following are requirements of employment: class A CDL, current medical card, clean driving record, and be able to pass a drug test.   If you are interested please submit a resume by emailing it to peakhr@peakalaska.com or by faxing it to (907) 263-7041. Please indicate that you are applying for an Ice Road Operator position. Peak is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) and as such extends preference to BBNC Shareholders, Shareholder Spouses, and BBNC Descendants. If you fit into one of these categories, please indicate this on your resume.

 

HR GENERALIST

Peak Oilfield Service Company is recruiting for a Human Resources Generalist to support company-wide operations from its corporate office in Anchorage, Alaska. 

General areas of responsibility include employee relations, support in the enforcement of company policies and practices and a high level of HR related administrative functions to include significant data entry and reporting functions.  This position also provides direct support to the HR Director.

The HR Generalist conducts payroll and personnel data entry of all new hires, rehires, personnel changes and other related information into HRIS and coordinates hiring for small and large-scale oilfield projects (up to 150 employees) providing support in areas such as interviewing, screening, selection and recruitment.  Responsible for company-wide job postings and recruiting efforts utilizing employment services, most commonly local and national newspaper classifieds, headhunting services, employment agencies, company website, various native corporations and the state of Alaska.

The HR Generalist coordinates training, pre-employment medical screening and drug testing for new hires and rehires prior to starting at job site and ensures accurate completion of pre-employment paperwork and prompt distribution to field offices and monitor’s the company’s performance evaluation program. 

The HR Generalist partners with HR Director in the administration of Non DOT, PHMSA and FMCSA company-wide drug and alcohol plans.  Provide quarterly statistical drug testing reports to contractors and their third party designates and other government agencies.  Administer oral fluids drug tests to Non-DOT employees.

The HR Generalist creates, updates and modifies employee forms, job descriptions, wage matrixes and other HR forms as needed.

This position requires strong computer skills with an emphasis on Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook and other common business application programs.  The ability to speak candidly to applicants, employees, management and senior leadership are required.  The most successful candidate will demonstrate strong customer service, employee relations and telephone skills.  The position requires the ability to work unsupervised and prioritize and accomplish work with minimal input. 

Minimum qualifications include:

 A four year college degree is preferred and 2-5 years related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Extensive knowledge of commonly used HR concepts, practices and procedures and the ability to exercise independent judgment.

Oilfield experience is preferred.

Peak offers a competitive wage and a robust benefits package that includes medical, dental and vision benefits, 401(k) and life insurance.  Peak is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested candidates should submit their resumes to peakhr@peakalaska.com or fax them to (907) 263-7041. Please specify your interest in the HR Generalist position on your resume. Peak is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) and as such extends preference to BBNC Shareholders, Shareholder Spouses, and BBNC Descendants. If you fit into one of these categories, please indicate this on your resume.

 

KENAI VAC TRUCK OPERATORS

Peak Oilfield Service Company is looking for qualified oilfield Vacuum Truck Operators to assist in project work in Peak’s Kenai business unit. A minimum of one year of vac truck (80 – 100 barrel) operation experience is required, preferably oilfield specific. You must hold a valid, current CDL with HAZWOPR endorsement and associated medical card as well as a 10 Hour OSHA Certification.  Candidates must successfully complete post-offer/pre-hire background, drug and physical screenings. Resumes must be clearly marked “Vac Truck Operator – Kenai” and can be emailed to peakhr@peakalaska.com or faxed to (907) 263-7041. Peak is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) and as such extends preference to BBNC Shareholders, Shareholder Spouses, and BBNC Descendants. If you fit into one of these categories, please indicate this on your resume.

 

EQUIPMENT OPERATORS - KENAI

Peak is looking for capable experienced equipment operators to support projects on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula.   Operators need to have experience with the following types of equipment: loaders, graders, rock trucks, vac trucks, super suckers, winch trucks, and fuel trucks.  Alaska oilfield experience preferred.  The following are requirements of employment: class A CDL, current medical card, clean driving record, and be able to pass a drug test.   If you are interested please submit a resume by emailing it to peakhr@peakalaska.com or by faxing it to (907) 263-7041

Peak is an equal opportunity employer and offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Post offer/Pre-employment screening including drug testing, functional capacity testing and other pre-employment tests are required.  Peak is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) and as such extends preference to BBNC Shareholders, Shareholder Spouses, and BBNC Descendants. If you fit into one of these categories, please indicate this on your resume.

 

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC – COOK INLET

Peak is looking for an Industrial Mechanic in our Cook Inlet location. This position would perform satisfactory work on mechanical equipment to include, but not limited to, reciprocating and centrifugal pumps and compressors; automatic valves; mechanical seals; blowers; heating and ventilating equipment; wellhead equipment; overhead cranes; diesel engines; small gasoline engines; light plants; direct and indirect fired heaters and power generators. A qualified candidate would be proficient in the use of hand tools, precision tools and equipment to include borescopes, hand-held tachometers, etc.

Submit clearly identified “Industrial Mechanic” resumes to peakhr@peakalaska.com or fax them to (907) 263-7041.

Peak is an equal opportunity employer and offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Post offer/Pre-employment screening including drug testing, functional capacity testing and other pre-employment tests are required.  Peak is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) and as such extends preference to BBNC Shareholders, Shareholder Spouses, and BBNC Descendants. If you fit into one of these categories, please indicate this on your resume.

 

 

 


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