What are U.S. Silica Hiring for?

Need 7 temporary laborers for their plant West of Odessa. This project will last about 4 days. Standing, stooping, lifting up to 40 pounds. Must be able to pass background and drug screen test.

A Little Bit About U.S. Silica:

The company is a leading producer of industrial minerals, including sand proppants, whole grain silica, ground silica, fine ground silica and aplite clay. In addition to offering over 250 products in these categories, U.S. Silica also operates as a research and development specialist for customized products and solutions utilizing the same raw materials. The wide variety of industries and applications served by U.S. Silica includes oil and gas, glass, chemicals, foundry, building products, fillers and extenders, recreation, industrial filtration and treatment, and testing and analysis. The company operates on a platform of ethics, safety and sustainability.

At U.S. Silica, our devotion to remaining on the cutting edge of technology helps improve the quality of every day - at home, at work and at play.

Careers with U.S. Silica

When you join the U.S. Silica team, you will become a part of a strong, vibrant culture, with a 100+ year legacy and tradition for doing things right. U.S. Silica employees are dedicated and loyal, with several locations having employed four generations of the same family. We are proud of our people, their allegiance to the company and the quality of the work they perform. Going the extra mile isn’t a tagline or slogan – it’s a way of life.

Our employees are our most valuable asset, which is why we provide benefit and compensation packages that meet your needs and those of your family. Employee packages include benefits such as:

  • Major medical
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Flexible spending
  • 401k retirement plan
  • Short-term and long-term disability
  • Life Insurance, Dependent Life Insurance and AD&D insurance
  • Tuition reimbursement

How to Apply:

Note: these positions must be filled immediately & are of a temporary nature. Use the following to learn more:

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