A sharp-eyed reader spotted this on monster.com. Anyone who is complacent about ECA’s intentions after a long cold winter should think again.
District Production Foreman
ECA – Energy Corporation of America – Billings, MT
Energy Corporation of America is actively seeking a Production Foreman for our Billings, MT office. This position will report directly to the Rockies District Manager and will spend most of their time in Roscoe, Mt and the Billings office. The primary responsibility of the production foreman will include but is not limited to: Daily monitoring of all Montana well production Frequent visits to well sites Supervising well workovers Optimizing district production Reducing well facilities costs Overseeing Montana contract pumpers Assisting in designing and implementing facility installs Ensuring all state and federal regulations are being followed at each facility.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE Minimum 3 years production experience with skills involving natural gas, oil, heater treaters, boilers, downhole pumps, transfer pumps, service rigs, Microsoft Office (Excel, Outlook, Word), etc. High school graduate, post secondary education preferred.
BENEFITS. Competitive salary Excellent health insurance 401k with company match at 35% Profit Sharing Company stock incentives Reimbursement for qualified educational expenses Dependent child scholarships Background checks will be required of all candidates for consideration. In addition, the successful applicant must pass a physical examination and drug screen. ECA employees enjoy a pleasant, family-oriented working environment, as well as a wide range of benefits and competitive salary.
To apply, submit your resume via email to email@example.com with the job title for which you are applying in the subject line of the email. All resumes are due by April 25, 2014. ECA is an equal opportunity employer.
Sure does not sound like a closure in Roscoe, does it?
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