Our people are at the heart of what we do—they make Midwest Services Group a leading provider of quality pipeline, restoration, and management services. We emphasize the safety of our team and provide hands-on training, a competitive wage, and access to certification. If you are looking for a diverse and exciting career, apply today.See Open Positions
I was looking for a career, more than just a job, someplace that I knew was going to be there, and there was no end in site, and that's what I found.
I love the variety of the work we do, I'm not stuck doing the same thing every day. There's always a different place to be.
I love being around equipment and dirt work. Everyone here works well together. It's a great place to be!
We offer a competitive wage, with a higher-than-industry-standard daily per diem and paid lunch hours. We offer an excellent benefits program that includes vacation, paid holidays, extensive insurance coverage options, and 401K.
We offer a competitive wage with an above industry standard daily per diem and paid lunch hours.
We offer medical, dental, vision, disability insurance, and FSA savings plans.
We provide a 401K program with a company match.
Our work takes us to some of the most beautiful landscapes in the country.
We invest in our team's skills and their earning potential.
Enjoy holidays as well as paid time off.
We work to improve the lives of those around us by maintaining the integrity of America’s infrastructure.
At Midwest Services Group, we want you to grow as we grow. That's why we provide continuous training and growth opportunities that expand our team's skills and earning potential.
Yes, team members must be willing to travel throughout the U.S.
Compensation meets industry standards and is scalable based on experience and job classification.
Absolutely. Midwest Services Group provides training and encourages growth opportunities for all employees.
You'll need basic technology skills, such as using a cellular phone or tablet device for photo and data uploads, sending and receiving GPS points, and working with Google Earth files (KMZ).
Yes, both pipeline services and our CDL drivers are governed by the Department of Transportation, which requires random testing.
All you need is a high school diploma or equivalent. A Class A CDL license and NCCER or Veriforce Operator qualifications are not required but would be helpful.