Based out of Dawson Creek, Vulcan Compressions machine shop staff take pride in servicing the oil and gas industry. Specializing in the repair and maintenance of natural gas reciprocating compressors and their serviceable components.
We are looking for experienced individuals who will compliment the expansion of our service offerings as business grows and provide a depth of knowledge that fosters consistency and best practices. Please apply if you’re interested in joining our team!
The machine shop apprentice / helper is responsible for disassembling, inspecting, and cleaning valve components and assisting with bringing them to OEM standards for re-use by customers. They perform and record key as-found measurements to play an integral role in the overall process of valve repair. Responsibilities Understand and adhere to all organizational health and…Read More
The shipping/receiving administrator is responsible for all activities related to the receiving of production material for all productions; fabricated and finished goods receiving; receiving customers own supplied material for projects; and shipping all parts and finished goods to customers’ locations. They coordinate with the Sales Administrators, Production Supervisors and Parts Administrators ensuring a collaborative approach…Read More
The sales administrator of overhauls & pumps is responsible to meet or exceed customers’ expectations through the daily execution of work order processing, customer relationship building, customer communications and quoting. This position provides ongoing support for Customer Technical Support Specialists with necessary information, order generation, acknowledgement, and resolution. This individual is expected to collaborate interdepartmentally…Read More
The machinist is responsible for repairing and rebuilding compressor and pump components using specialized equipment and machinery to shape materials or craft entirely new parts. They will be experienced in the use of manual mills, lathes, boring mill, grinders, automated CNC equipment and much more. Based on the degree of operational damage/wear, they are responsible…Read More