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  • Coil tubing engineers
  • Fracturing engineers
  • Pipe line engineers
  • Petroleum Engineers

Crew Solutions is currently targeting a Snubbing Assistant or Operator for our Overseas and North America Alberta location. Leading by example, the hire will drive all of Crew Solutions safety policies and procedures including your personal and team’s safety contracts.

Work Environment / Physical Demands
  • Perform incredibly physical and demanding tasks, including lifting, mixing, moving heavy materials up to 50lbs
  • Difficult weather conditions, challenging work site environments, and long demanding work days
  • Fit-for-Work each day
  • Direct Snubbing experience is considered a significant asset (Completions, Drilling, Workovers etc.)
  • Relevant Service Rig or Hybrid Drilling experience would be considered
  • Valid and current Class 1Q Driver’s License, with clean Driver’s abstract *Class 3Q would be considered
  • Experience working with and respecting extreme pressure
  • Mechanical aptitude and problems solving skills with the ability to perform basic mechanical maintenance
  • Ability to complete safety documentation in an accurate and timely manner
  • Strong work ethic
  • Willingness to work away from home for significant blocks of time, moving from project to project as required
  • Ability to manage weather and/or seasonal interruptions in work schedule
  • Communicate effectively with the safety department
  • Actively participates in safety related meetings including: daily tail gates, last minute risk assessments
  • Identify safety issues and problems and takes corrective action and follow through (i.e. any Hazard ID’s on location or equipment must be addressed with manager)
The Journeyman/4th Year Apprentice Heavy Duty Mechanic is responsible for the mechanical workings of all vehicles.
  • Ensure that Crew Solutions’s core value, “We won’t put anyone in harm’s way” is the priority in all activities
  • Read diagrams/schematics for work procedures
  • Operate a hoist and lift device to position machinery in a safe manner
  • Inspect and examine vehicles and equipment
  • Lubricate, service, diagnose, repair, assemble and maintain vehicles and perform other routine maintenance work
  • Keep abreast of changes to industry standards
  • Provides guidance and instruction to less experienced operators, or apprentice maintenance personnel
  • Confer on a regular basis with the Base Manager on any operational deficiencies
  • Suggest positive changes to policy and procedures as required
  • 4th Year Apprentice or Journeyman Heavy Duty Mechanic status is required
  • Valid Class 1 Driver's licence is preferred, Class 3 or 5 will be considered
  • Commercial Vehicle Inspection Program (CVIP) Licence preferred
  • Journeyman Certificate (Red Seal) Heavy Equipment Technician would be an asset
  • Highschool diploma is an asset
  • 1-2 years industry experience is preferred
  • Safe driving skills; driver’s abstract will be requested
  • Physically fit – heavy lifting required
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Skilled in problem-solving techniques
  • Values-driven organization
  • Employee’s choice for full coverage or crew solutions employees and their friends/family
  • Focus on safety, training and development
  • Career advancement opportunities
  • 8 days on/6 days off
  • 10 hour work days
  • A month in and month off
  • On call 24 hours during shift
  • Must live near base of employment
  • Pre-employment medical testing required
  • Working in all weather conditions
  • In Person: 780-228-1292
  • Plant & Pipeline Servicing With Nitrogen
  • Field Work With Nitrogen
  • Use N2 for servicing lines, purging pipelines, and pressure-testing vessels.
  • Bring in N2 during chemical and petroleum plant system purges, pressure-ups, accelerated cool-downs, and plant turnarounds
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  • Use N2 for pipeline applications including pigging, pipeline and vessel displacement, hot line drying, and line abandonment or commissioning.
  • Facilitate withdrawal of stored liquids from vessels with N2.
Pipe line
Personal Service and Fast Turnaround
In Our Shop or in the Field

Crew solutions Coating Services Ltd. has been independently serving the Western Canada Region’s and overseas industrial pipeline, sandblasting, painting and coating

Sandblasting/Industrial Coatings Division

Crew solutions
Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatoon, SK
building on the strong people
Crew solutions Industries is a dynamically diversified corporation specializing in the design, manufacture, finishing and erection of structural steel, miscellaneous metals and custom fabrication projects. Established in 2007, we proudly serve the mining, construction, pipe line technology sectors.
At crew solutions, we take pride in our work and our people and it shows—our products and services are second to none and our team maintains the highest quality standards for ourselves and our customers. Our proven results and quality workmanship can been seen in projects throughout Canada and the U.S.A.
We believe in good, old fashioned hard work and determination; it’s what our award winning corporation is built on. We combine our passion for steel with our strong work ethic to get projects done on time and to our customer’s specifications. When we look for new employees to join our Crew Solutions team, we look for people who possess those qualities.
If you are a dedicated, hardworking self-starter who takes pride in their work; then we are looking for you. expansion opportunity growth

Crew solutions is currently seeking a highly motivated team player for the position of Supervisor—Sandblasting/ Industrial Coatings Division. Located in our Sandblasting/Industrial Coatings facility in Alberta, British Columbia and SK; our hard working, dedicated Sandblasting/Industrial Coatings Supervisor is responsible for assisting the Sandblasting/ Industrial Coatings Manager to provide high quality sandblasting and painting support to complete the finishing stage of various projects through the effective supervision of our sandblasting/industrial coatings team to meet production requirements.

The successful candidate will possess Grade 12 education, NACE certification and/or 4-6 years related experience. Preference will be given to candidates with previous supervisory experience in an industrial painting/sandblasting facility. First Aid, WHMIS and forklift operation experience is also preferred. Applicants must also possess strong organizational, communication , safety, interpersonal and leadership skills. A valid driver's license is also required.

Crew solutions offers competitive wages in a challenging work environment with opportunities for advancement, a comprehensive, staff rewards and recognition, discretionary bonuses as well as staff appreciation events. We encourage employee growth through education and training programs including the Crew Solutions Apprenticeship Program. Our employees also receive 5 paid sick days per year and an additional paid statutory holiday observed at Christmas.
specialty coating for over 5 years. Our Grande Prairie area is serving oilfield and surrounding industrial. We can also bring our services out into the field.

Commitment to Quality Work

We believe in doing the job right the first time, and personally standing behind our work. Call us today for a free quote or to learn more about our capabilities.

  • Nitrogen piggy
  • Smart tools push
  • Air dryer with Compressors
  • Coating and painting

Crew solutions is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We are pleased to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, protected veterans status or any other legally-protected factors. Accommodation for applicants with disabilities is available on request during the recruitment process crew solutions Pipeline Division has been serving the upstream and midstream service needs of North America's energy industry for over 6 years. We process, and transport our customers' products safely - all while protecting the environment and delivering on our commitments to our shareholders and community stakeholders. When we build something, we do it right.
Crew solutions’s powering growth are our smart, creative and energetic people who allow us to remain a disciplined and responsible energy crews and service provider and a trusted member in our communities.
Our expectations are high, and so are our rewards. We treat our people well – whether it’s through our total compensation package, our community engagement and volunteer opportunities, or our numerous fun

Bulk plant operator

the Bulk Plant Operator is responsible for ordering and maintaining inventory. The Operator will also be responsible for mixing cement and acid based on the orders, loading that mixture into the silo and finally into the truck.


Western Canada and overseas

  • Cleans the shop, warehouse, and assists others with clean up. This includes sweeping the floors, keeping the cement pad under the silos cleared, cleaning up spills, pre-trip inspection for the forklift daily (check engine oil, leaks in fuel system, radiator, tires, carriage, oil and water, steering, brakes, truck operation, engine, oil gauge) and general maintenance.
  • Ensures units are clean and functioning.
  • Maintains parts and replace or check parts as required.
  • Maintains running inventory of cement and acid/additives and frac/additives by ensuring plant has sufficient inventory and is in good working order so that all blending of materials can be done in an orderly and efficient manner.
  • Participate in blending cement and acid prior to shipment and loading it into silo and into trucks or setting it up for third party transportation.
  • Reads gauges to monitor pressure, density, rate and/or concentration and adjusting pumping procedure as required.
  • Orders inventory via Computer ad papers
  • When order comes in via truck, unload pallets using a forklift.
  • Transfer chemicals from supplier’s tote to a working tote via forklift at set out transfer stations.
  • They are exposed to toxic, reactive, wet and dry chemicals.
  • Show the utilization of all proper PPE whenever required
  • Keep up with safety tickets and required online training.
  • Learn to be a proficient user of the computer system, using it to order product, receive product, keep an accurate count of inventory and ship product in the system to field warehouses and other bases.
  • Work positively with smaller groups (2-3 people) with a good work attitude.
  • Learn and utilize all CRM tools taught in new hire training.
  • Be available on an on-call bases 24 hours a day while on shift.
  • Forklift Operator certification
  • Ability to work over time
  • Strong communication skills are required
  • Previous Warehouse experience is an asset
  • Valid Class 5 Driver’s license and clean driver’s abstract
  • Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug and background test

While performing the duties of this job the employee is regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts and outside weather conditions. The employee is regularly exposed to fumes or airborne particles; toxic or caustic chemicals; risk of electrical shock and vibration. The noise level in the environment is moderate to loud. While performing the duties of this job the employee is regularly required to stand, sit and walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms, lift up to 50 pounds. Occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; talk, hear and smell; lift more than 100 pounds. The vision requirements include: close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.


Crew solutions provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Crew Solutions complies with applicable provincial and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

Petroleum Engineers

Petroleum engineering is a field of engineering concerned with the activities related to the production of hydrocarbons, which can be either crude oil or natural gas. Exploration and production are deemed to fall within the upstream sector of the oil and gas industry.
Petroleum Engineering Technology. This nationally accredited program is known for delivering up-to-date knowledge of petroleum geology, well drilling techniques, reservoir engineering, oil and gas production optimization, project development and management, and environmental protection and safety.

Chemical engineering

Chemical engineering is a branch of engineers that uses principles to efficiently use, produce, transform, and transport chemicals, materials, and energy. A chemical engineer designs large-scale processes that convert chemicals, raw materials, living cells, microorganisms, and energy into useful forms and products. Chemical engineers are involved in many aspects of plant design and operation, including safety and hazard assessments, process design and construction specification, and operating instructions.

Plant Plant Operator 4th Class Power Engineer

Safety Oriented
Team oriented
Task Include being able to climb above three meters, loading and unloading of oilfield related trucks and railcars. Some heavy lifting and general housekeeping, strong mechanical aptitude, production plant experience, basic computer skills, strong written and oral skills and several other laborer tasks.

A "Power Engineer" is a technically skilled and knowledgeable professional who is certified and responsible to safely and efficiently operate equipment and processes that are regulated by boiler and pressure vessel legislation. Power Engineers are also known as: Steam Engineers.
Our Power Engineering with the skills to become a third class power engineer responsible for controlling large, complex power and process systems, and performing production work in the operation and development of large-scale energy projects. Qualifications required.

Plant operators

Aplant operator is a person who supervises the operation of an industrial plant. The term is usually applied to workers employed in utilities, power plants or chemical plants such as gas extraction facilities, petrochemical or oil refineries. plant operators oversee the entire production process of a given facility. They manage both the workers and the equipment within their plant. Their goal is to ensure that the production process runs safely and smoothly and that the plant produces quality results.
Oilfield related tickets are beneficial. 4th class power engineer, Track mobile or rail experience is an asset. Some maintenance experience required with all required training (certification). Workers are required to provide personal transportation with valid “Alberta” driver license. Drug and Alcohol policy is in effect with pre-employment testing.


Temporary, Contract
Crew Solutions is looking for contracting boiler operators for the winter season who have experience working around frac sites, heating C-Rings, loading trucks.
Duties would include but not limited to:

  • Firing boiler
  • Maintenance on equipment
  • Helping other services as needed
  • Comply with safety regulations and maintain clean and orderly work areas
  • Ability to travel regularly
  • Adhere to company safety policies and procedures

Operators must hold a valid ABSA SOW or have completed their Power Engineering certification, H2S and First Aid. Eligible contractors will require the following:

  • Reliable truck equipped with a truck radio and booster
  • Provide proof of minimum 2 million Commercial General Liability and Automobile Insurance
  • Proof of WCB

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