At Cudd Energy Services, we believe our commitment to delivering safe and innovative oilfield solutions begins with our people. In every area of our business, we challenge our employees to develop processes, techniques, and technologies that improve productivity, reduce costs, and minimize environmental impact.
We continually seek talented individuals who share this commitment to excellence and innovation by providing opportunities for both experienced professionals and recent college graduates. We cultivate an environment that encourages professional growth and development through our leadership development program and service line, product, and safety training curriculum.
We offer a competitive compensation and benefit package, and a work schedule that favors a balanced professional and personal life. In addition, our campus facility is located in the wooded sanctuary of The Woodlands, Texas, a master planned community that offers a wide array of dining, entertainment, and recreational venues.
The primary role of the draft equipment mechanic (oilfield) is to maintain and repair a variety of equipment including diesel engines, heavy trucks, pumping equipment, lifting equipment, and other oilfield-related equipment, under general supervision. The draft equipment mechanic will also perform preventive and corrective maintenance, failure analysis, diagnostics, repairs, inspections, assembling and rebuilding of all components or equipment (i.e.: engines, power trains, hydraulics, fuel systems, power generation, electrical codes, etc.) either in a shop or on location, with or without supervision.