Cascade Drilling

Cascade Drilling was founded in 1991 as a highly regarded Northwestern U.S. regional drilling company operating across three states.  Cascade developed a strong reputation for safety, service and reliability with a particular emphasis on traditional drilling technologies: auger, rotary and direct push.  From these humble roots the company has grown into a national, full service company offering innovation solutions for every step of your project from environmental and geotechnical drilling to advanced site characterization and both in situ and ex situ remediation applications.  Our diverse portfolio of environmental, investigation and remediation services are evidence of our ability to complete even the most challenging projects on time and on budget.  Our vision is to integrate technology, safety, sustainability and human potential to tackle the challenging environmental and geotechnical issues facing you and your clients.

Cascade Drilling Watkins, CO, USA
Dec 03, 2018
Full time
At Cascade Environmental, LLC,  we believe our greatest asset is our team of hardworking professionals – including our reliable, experienced drill crews. If integrity, an honest day's work and professionalism are your core values, you'll feel right at home.    Environmental Technicians work under the direct supervision of senior level technicians and/or Specialists in the field. Environmental Technicians perform basic soil, groundwater, and soil-vapor sampling tasks. Individuals in this position may assist on remediation and site characterization projects by operating direct push technology (DPT) drill rigs. An entry level Environmental Technician will be provided comprehensive training to obtain technical knowledge in the basic operation of DPT equipment, limitations of DPT drill rigs, tooling, and sampling systems. Environmental Technicians are expected to participate in Cascade’s health and safety program through active engagement in the recognition, identification, reporting, and mitigation of hazardous situations, conditions, equipment and/or practices. PHYSICAL DEMANDS The work requires moderate to heavy physical exertion such as working outdoors in extreme temperatures and climates, long periods of standing; walking over rough, uneven, or rocky surfaces; recurring bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching or similar activities; recurring lifting of moderately heavy items such as drilling equipment, tooling and consumables materials of the trade (up to 50 pounds). WORK ENVIRONMENT The work involves potential exposure to hazardous environments that require special safety precautions. For example: working around moving parts, carts, machines, hazardous chemicals, elevated noise levels, etc. Employees are required to use personal protective equipment (PPE) provided by the company including but not limited to: safety glasses, gloves, hard-hats, boots, respirators, protective suits, goggles, and shields. Because of the nature of the position, this position may require some on-call availability, including weekends and holidays. In addition, overnight travel and split-shift work may be required depending on project and client needs.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS High School diploma or equivalency required Possess valid driver’s license and maintain clean driving record with no DUIs, excessive or major violations Willing to obtain commercial driver’s license (Class A) within 1 year of employment Submit to and pass, without restrictions, a pre-placement physical exam and drug and alcohol screen PREFERRED SKILLS and EXPERIENCE Commercial Driver’s License (Class A with tanker, combination, and air brake endorsements and without manual transmission restriction) Relevant oilfield experience in drilling, hydraulic fracturing, coiled tubing, cementing, or similar Lean six sigma, continuous improvement, 5S OSHA 40 Hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) certification (provided if needed) Basic mechanical skills with troubleshooting abilities Direct Push Technology (DPT) experience including soil and groundwater sampling College graduates with degrees in the geophysical sciences (geology, geophysics, geochemistry), environment, health, and safety (EHS), engineering, chemistry, or the skilled trades (welders, electricians, mechanics, diesel technicians, automotive technicians, field technicians) seeking a career in the environmental remediation industry are encouraged to apply. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Cascade Drilling Santa Ana, CA, USA
Dec 03, 2018
At Cascade Environmental, LLC, we believe our greatest asset is our team of hardworking professionals – including our reliable, experienced drill crews. If integrity, an honest day's work and professionalism are your core values, you'll feel right at home.    Senior Environmental Technicians must be able to perform basic environmental sampling (soil, groundwater, and soil-vapor) and support remediation and site characterization projects with limited to no field supervision. Senior Environmental Technicians must have a strong understanding of direct push technology (DPT) drill rigs including their use and limitations, tooling and sampling systems. Individuals in this position may be assigned the role and responsibilities of the site safety officer. Therefore employees at this level must demonstrate initiative, communicate effectively, personal responsibility and accountability with a high level of safety awareness. Senior Environmental Technicians will be expected to participate in Cascade’s health and safety program (CORE) through active engagement in the recognition, identification, reporting and mitigation of hazardous situations, conditions, equipment and/or practices. PHYSICAL DEMANDS The work requires moderate to heavy physical exertion such as working outdoors in extreme temperatures and climates, long periods of standing; walking over rough, uneven, or rocky surfaces; recurring bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching or similar activities; recurring lifting of moderately heavy items such as drilling equipment, tooling and consumables materials of the trade (up to 50 pounds). WORK ENVIRONMENT The work involves potential exposure to hazardous environments that require special safety precautions. For example: working around moving parts, carts, machines, hazardous chemicals, elevated noise levels, etc. Employees are required to use personal protective equipment (PPE) provided by the company including but not limited to: safety glasses, gloves, hard-hats, boots, respirators, protective suits, goggles, and shields. Because of the nature of the position, this position may require some on-call availability, including weekends and holidays. In addition, overnight travel and split-shift work may be required depending on project and client needs. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A minimum of two years relevant experience operating drill rigs and/or performing traditional environmental sampling (soil, groundwater, and soil-vapor). High School diploma or equivalency required OSHA 40 Hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) certification (provided if needed). Possess valid driver’s license and maintain clean driving record with no DUIs, excessive or major violations. Willing to obtain commercial driver’s license (Class A) within 1 year of employment. Submit to and pass, without restrictions, a pre-placement physical exam and drug and alcohol screen. Basic to advanced mechanical skills with troubleshooting abilities.   PREFERRED SKILLS and EXPERIENCE Commercial Driver’s License (Class A). Direct Push Technology (DPT) experience including soil and groundwater sampling and injection. Recent college graduates with a degree in a physical science, engineering, or business seeking a career in the environmental remediation industry are encouraged to apply. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com