Precision’s Camp Services (PCS), has the ability to provide portable camps with quality food and accommodations for crews at remote industrial work sites in Canada and the U.S.
As an PCS Toughneck, you work to provide a “home away from home” close to the job to help ensure safety, improve morale and contribute to higher productivity.
We invest in training and support for our people. We have an industry-leading health, safety and environment initiative called Target Zero which places a premium on safe working practices.
Learn more here about working with the best and safest team in the business.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What kind of salary and benefits can I expect?
- What is the selection process?
- How to apply?
- Where do I live while working?
- What is the Pre-Employment Orientation?
- What do I need for gear and how much will it cost?
- What is spring break up and how will it affect me?
- What kind of training will I receive? Does the company pay for it?
Salary and Benefits
Precision offers a compensation package that is comprehensive and highly competitive in the oilfield services industry. We offer an excellent benefits program which covers life insurance, disability insurance, prescription medications, basic dental and optical and a pension plan that matches your contributions.
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Toughnecks are smart, professional, strong, committed, resourceful, resilient, innovative, collaborative, high-performing and responsible.
Among the things we look for are:
- eligibility to work in Canada
- at least 18 years old
- practices and supports safety policies and procedures
- physically fit and drug free
Think you’re tough enough? Before applying, take our quiz to determine if you have what it takes to join the Toughnecks.
How to Apply
Toughnecks can apply online or by visiting one of our recruiting offices
How do I get to work?
PCS Toughnecks will live on-site. Remote locations may require you to fly-in, and PCS will cover the cost of transportation from Edmonton.
Where do I live while working?
PCS Toughnecks will live on-site. In a camp situation, your food and lodging are provided. All rig employees stay in the same camp.
PCS does not pay for your relocation costs if you move from elsewhere in Canada.
All employees are required to take a Pre-Employment Orientation. For PCS, the training session is approximately 2 hour. Please be aware that the Pre-Employment Orientation may involve a drug test.
When you come for you Pre-Employment Orientation, be sure to be well-rested, well-hydrated and ready to work right away.
What do I need for gear and how much will it cost?
Complete clothing needs differ for each area of business and will be discussed in-depth in the Pre-Employment Orientation. Work wear and equipment can be purchased at the Pre-Employment Orientation. Precision also has a gear loan program for those without the necessary cash.
What is spring break up and how will it affect me?
Spring break up is when the rigs cannot move to the next work site because road bans are in place. Until road bans are lifted, the rig is shut down and the crews are sent home and laid off if there is no work for them on other rigs.
Spring break up can last anywhere from 6 weeks to 3 months, depending on weather and activity levels. It can start as early as the end of February and continue until the beginning of June.
What kind of training will I receive? Does the company pay for it?
Training starts with the Pre-Employment Orientation and continues in the camp.