Calfrac is a leading independent provider of specialized oilfield services with operations in Canada, the United States, and Latin America.
Our service lines include hydraulic fracturing, coiled tubing, cementing and other well stimulation services designed to help increase the production of oil and natural gas.
The winning attitude
If you are like most people, you want to be part of a winning team. At Calfrac, we are driven by safety and quality. We deliver a high level of service to our customers. We are people-focused. We use technology as an enabler and we are financially disciplined. We offer:
- Industry leading classroom and on-the-job training
- Competitive compensation packages and a comprehensive employee rewards program
- Well-maintained, high-tech equipment
- Opportunities for advancement
You are energetic. You are ethical. You value learning. You are entrepreneurial and you are able to execute your work flawlessly. Your work attitudes include:
- A high standard of customer service
- Commitment to operating safely and delivering a high level of quality
- An instinct for continual improvement
Comprehensive Training Programs
Ensuring new employees are ready for work at Calfrac is a top priority. We have developed customized training programs such as the Calfrac Pump School to ensure we provide the trained and qualified workforce Calfrac customers have come to expect. Calfrac’s Pump School is a standardized field training program that focuses on processes and skills that continually improve safety performance and operational efficiency.
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Our Core Values
While our success has come from strategic and disciplined decisions, we also believe the following values have played a critical role in our growth:
Honesty: We say what we mean and mean what we say
Commitment: We work hard every day to do it safely, right, and profitably
Resilience: We are resourceful and deliver on our commitments
It was a tough go getting the equipment spotted and rigged in. If the Calfrac crew is still happy to be there after 8 hours of struggling with surface conditions, it’s going to take something of biblical proportion to break their spirit. It’s getting tough to find crews like that.