What does Doyon Drilling do?

Operating on the North Slope of Alaska with eight of the most unique oil and gas land drilling rigs specially designed to drill oil wells in extreme conditions. In 1982 as a joint venture between Doyon, Limited, an Alaska Native regional corporation, and Nugget Alaska, Inc. DDI was formed. In 1993 DDI became a wholly owned subsidiary of Doyon, Limited.

How big is Doyon Drilling and how old are they?

AROUND SINCE

1982

AND EMPLOY

300

Doyon Drilling has been around since 1982 making them 40 years old and the 167th oldest company in our database of energy companies. Roughly 300 people work at Doyon Drilling making them the 297th largest in our database.

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Employee reviews of Doyon Drilling

What is employment at Doyon Drilling like? From employers included and reviewed within our database, Doyon Drilling ranks 31st of 168 small companies that employ 499 or less people.

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Summary: 4.50 out of 5 stars and 31st of 168 small companies employing 499 or less people.

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Types of jobs at Doyon Drilling

Determined via job opportunities posted to or shared via our website, some of the oil & gas, energy, skilled trades and craft jobs at Doyon Drilling include Electrician , Equipment Operator, Floorhand, Rig Operator, Rig Hand, Casing Torque Turn Technician, Derrickhand, Diesel Mechanic, Driller, Mechanic, Medium Duty Mechanic, Motorhand, Motorman, Welder, Loader Operator, Pitwatch, Roughneck, Roustabout, Operator, & Rig Mechanic. Other common positions are:

Derrickhand

Derrickhand

Driller

Driller

Floorhand

Floorhand

Motorman

Motorman


Why work at Doyon Drilling?

Doyon Drilling’s in-house training department provides adaptable methods and material to meet the ever-changing industry requirements. Specialized training provides the needs that common programs often lack specific to challenges our employees face daily.

All work is in remote Alaska locations located on the North Slope and employees are required to possess appropriate arctic clothing and protective equipment for extreme cold temperatures.

The normal rotation for DDI jobs is 14/14, or two-weeks-on and two-weeks-off. The normal work hours are 12 hours per day. Overtime, in accordance with Alaska state wage and hour laws, is applied.

Determined via job opportunities posted to or shared via our site, jobs with Doyon Drilling may offer Competitive Wages, Housing Available, Meals Included, 14 & 14, Benefits Package, Transportation to & from Site, 2X2 Rotation, Overtime Paid.


Doyon Drilling work culture & company values

Vision - To be the industry leader in Arctic drilling. Mission - To drill the highest quality wells in the harshest environment. They mention words like:

  • Professional
  • Responsible
  • Individuals
  • Delivering
  • Excellence

How to find Doyon Drilling hiring & job application info

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