Organization: Gregg Drilling, LLC
Job Title: Project Manager - Rotary Drilling
Description: Project Managers are responsible for planning and executing project related tasks and supporting field crews. A background and/or Rotary Drilling field experience is highly preferred. Project Managers will work closely with all facets of the company to help ensure safe, efficient, and quality work throughout the company. Gregg Drilling, LLC is looking for the next Project Member for our Rotary Drilling division. If you have the field experience and Project Manager experience, we would love to hear from you.
Email to Apply: HRRecruitment@greggdrilling.com
Organization: Thiele Geotech, Inc.
Job Title: Geotechnical / Environmental Driller
Description: This is a senior-level position, in a geology related field, with opportunity for advancement. Looking for individuals who are self-motivated and show a willingness to learn.
DUTIES: PHYSICAL DEMANDS / HAZARDS:
•Work outside in all weather conditions
•Exposure to moving mechanical parts
•Stand, walk, sit, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, and crouch
•Lift and/or move up to 50-75 lbs. on a routine basis (and occasionally up to 100 lbs.)
•Noise level in the work environment is often loud
FIELD: Work as part of a two-person team as lead driller. Responsible for a variety of assignments for conducting subsurface investigations, soil/ground water sampling, and monitoring well installation duties. Conventional drilling with flight and hollow stem augers, mud rotary drilling and sampling, and diamond bit bedrock coring/sampling. Ability to operate a diverse range of geotechnical drilling rigs. Lifting includes augers, rods, sampling equipment, tooling, and bags of materials. Connecting drilling augers and sample tooling using threaded, pinned and/or bolted connections. Obtain, preserve, and transport both disturbed and undisturbed test samples from field to laboratory. Perform logging of geotechnical test boreholes. Shoveling of loose soil and other drill cuttings. Handling of materials including bagged or sacked Portland cement, grout, bentonite, well piping, and other items. Field work may be performed in all weather conditions from cold to hot, dry conditions to wet and from calm to moderate winds. Equipment and tooling cleaning and decontamination.
LABORATORY / SHOP: Perform light maintenance on drill rigs, sampling and tooling and other associated equipment. Learn and use basic soil laboratory testing procedures when not working on job sites.
GENERAL: Provide support for other activities of the company as time and availability permits.
EDUCATION: Minimum requirement is a High School diploma. Background in geology and or general science is helpful. Geology and/or Earth Science background preferred.
CERTIFICATIONS / TRAINING: Ongoing training is provided based on obtaining certifications, this may include 40-hour HAZWOPER training, 8-hour retraining events, first aid and CPR training. Company paid training. Desirable to have a Well Driller’s or equivalent license in one or more states, preferably in Nebraska and Iowa.
DRIVER/OPERATOR LICENSE: A Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) is very desirable. Valid driver’s license and clean DMV record required. Ability to drive light to medium duty trucks.
BENEFITS: Includes company paid health insurance and other benefits. Pre-employment and periodic drug testing mandatory. Pay based on experience. An EEO employer.
CONTACT: Please call Brian Gappa at 402/556-2171 or email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org