NALCO Champion – $1500 SIGN-ON BONUS – CDL Chemical Treatment / Delivery

Website Ecolab, Inc.

Job Overview: Nalco Champion, an Ecolab Company, has an immediate need for an Oilfield Delivery Specialist in our Energy Services - Logistics group located in Williston, ND. If you are a dedicated DOT driving professional with a proven track record of success in customer delivery we invite you to apply. This is your opportunity to join a large growing company offering a competitive base hourly rate and benefits.

Territory / Location Information:

This position is based in Williston, ND and covers approximately a 40 mile radius of the surrounding area.

Main Responsibilities:

This position will primarily be responsible for providing chemical treatments to oil wells, and the maintenance and safe operation of any type of vehicle used to deliver chemicals to customers, plants and/or warehouse locations.

Chemical treating of all scheduled wells and locations on a regular basis.
Maintain chemical inventory reports.
Present a professional manner and work closely with sales people to satisfy customer requirements.
Maintain regular communication with sales and supervisor in order to report field problems and/or safety hazards.
Maintain truck and equipment in a safe and operable condition at all times by performing daily and periodic mechanical and safety inspections.
Maintain driver’s hours of service by using Turnpike and/or paper log book reporting.
Keeps current on safety techniques and take advantage of all opportunities to improve driving and safety skills.
Recognize and avoid safety hazards in the work environment.
Properly load trucks, prepare daily bills of lading, schedule the order of daily treatments and submit treating reports to sales.

Tagged as: CDL, cdl driver, chemical driver, DOT, driver, driver jobs, hauler, Oilfield, transportation, trucking jobs

To apply for this job please visit jobs.ecolab.com.

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