CUDD Pressure Control, Inc CDL Driver/Equipment Operator in Odessa, Texas

CDL Driver/Equipment Operator

Department: Stimulation

Location: Odessa, TX


The CDL Driver/Equipment Operator is primarily responsible for supervising and managing the reception, storage and transport of bulk petroleum-based products. The CDL Driver/Equipment Operator will support Stimulation Operations by also training and operating other pieces of Stimulation Equipment, as per the Stimulation Career Path, to include rig up and rig down; and perform operator-s maintenance of equipment. All CDL Driver/Equipment Operators shall maintain and submit drivers- logs and time sheets in a timely fashion, and follow required safety and operational procedures.


  • Receive and stock bulk and package products

  • Issue and dispense bulk fuels from storage and distribution facilities to using units

  • Operate equipment used with petroleum distribution system

  • Perform petroleum book-keeping duties

  • Select and submit samples to laboratory for testing

  • Maintain all required log books and inspection reports.

  • Maintain assigned equipment and perform daily inspections to ensure compliance with operational and safety requirements.

  • Participate in rig up of connection hoses

  • Complete pre- and post-trip inspections, and fuel and service units.

  • Report all operational deficiencies to supervisor and maintenance personnel.

  • Proficiently perform equipment inspection and maintenance as requested and complete paperwork.

  • Operate equipment in accordance with company procedures.

  • Monitor well control parameters and calculations before and during job applications.

  • Follow proper rig-up and rig-down procedures.

  • Maintains general housekeeping, clean up, repair, and preparation of equipment for the next job.

  • Practice safe driving procedures when travelling to and from locations.

  • Promote and participate in all required safety, compliance and certifications programs.

  • Participate in required company training and service line career development training.



  • Class -A- CDL license with hazmat endorsement, and a satisfactory driver record with no DWI convictions within the past three (3) years or current DWI charges

  • Fuel handling experience highly desired, but not required.


  • Excellent communication, technical writing, and public speaking skills

  • Able to be on call 24/7 when scheduled to work. Willing to work long hours.

  • Able to pass DOT physical and drug screen

  • Able to understand and carry out routine oral and written instructions

  • Able to lift 50 pounds on a regular basis

  • Safely operate, maintain, and perform minor repairs on equipment

  • Maintain effective working relationship with other employees


  • High School Diploma or equivalent

  • General knowledge of the oil and gas industry


The CDL Driver/Equipment Operator will work in a physically demanding role, often under harsh environmental conditions.