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High Arctic Energy Services Inc



Calgary Place I Suite 2350 330 – 5th Ave SW Calgary T2P 0L4 Canada



Energy / Operating Materials


About us

High Arctic Energy Services is a dynamic company that offer opportunity, variety, and career support. Join us, internationally or domestically, and enjoy a rewarding career with an industry leader in the oil and gas service business.

Why Work For High Arctic

High Arctic Offers Solid Careers, Built on Sound Values, Extensive Training and an Unquestionable Commitment to Safety.

We provide challenging and rewarding careers for our people. If you value personal growth, professionalism, integrity, pride, and dedication, apply today.

Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of wage and benefits will I receive?

High Arctic offers a total rewards package, competitive across the industry. This includes:

  • Industry leading wages for all field positions
  • A comprehensive employer paid Health and Dental benefits program
  • $3,000 Signing Bonus for all field positions
  • $3,000 Referral for all field referrals (no limit)
  • Matching Group RRSP Program
  • Deferred Performance (Safety) Bonus Program

For more information on the details of these benefits, you can speak to the hiring representative at the interview stage.

What are the minimum requirements I need to work in the field?

  • Eligible to work in Canada
  • At least 18 years old
  • Minimum Class 5 driver’s license – Note: Applicants with GDL (Graduated Driver’s License) status are not permitted to operate commercial vehicles.  Only applicants with a clean, valid driver’s license will be considered.
  • Valid First Aid ticket
  • Valid H2S Alive ticket
  • Physically fit and work in a zero-tolerance environment for drugs and alcohol
  • Willingness to work away from home and sometimes with short notice
  • Safety-minded; adhering to all Company policies, processes and procedures

Where can I take First Aid/H2S and what does it cost?

You will be able to find First Aid/H2S Alive courses available in most towns and cities across Canada.  For:

  • Standard First Aid: There are many providers and St. John Ambulance is one of the main ones. Costs range per provider and the majority of the courses are one day with an approximate cost of $150.00
  • H2S Alive: You can take a one day course through any Energy Safety Canada location (formerly Enform). The cost of the course is approximately $140.00

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 at the interview stage with our team.

We supply:

  • Coveralls
  • ANSI Approved Hard Hat
  • Approved Gloves
  • Safety Glasses

You supply:

Steel Toed Boots (As a field employee, you will be eligible to receive a reimbursement of up to $150 per year after 6 months of employment)

You will also need to wear clothes under your coveralls. We recommend layers of cotton blend sweat pants, sweatshirts and sweaters in combination with long underwear and t-shirts. Wool socks are also recommended. Absolutely no hooded sweatshirts or polyester clothing can be worn on any worksites.

What kind of training will I receive and how much does the Company pay for? 

All new employees are required to have H2s and first aid upon hire.  Any additional training required by the company will be provided including recertification training.  This is conditional on the completion of 12 month of continuous employment, if this stipulation is not met the cost of training will recovered. In addition all training sessions will be paid at a pre determined training rate. 

What is “Spring Break Up” and how does 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.

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.

High Arctic recognizes the financial hardship during this time and that steady work is important to our employees. While our goal is to provide consistent work, the nature of our industry can present challenges in achieving this goal. Our Steady Work and Top Up Programs are an incentive that allows our employees to earn the minimum level of income during a time where they would otherwise be looking for other work.  More details will be provided during the interview stage.

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