Oil Field Gate Guard Jobs
Work Campers Oil Field Gate Guard Jobs
Many RV’ers have found that working as a gate guard at oil field sites is another way to earn a little extra money. As we have never participated in this type of work, the only information that is offered below is second-hand.
First, be aware that most companies are looking for couples or a team of two since the job usually requires a 24/7 commitment for varying lengths of time depending on the company. The state where you work will usually require you to take an examination and pay for a security license which may, or may not be reimbursed by your employer.
I would advise that you do your due diligence in regard to this occupation, and ask many questions of each specific employer that interests you. Some people have reported great satisfaction with the job, and others not so much satisfaction.
Below you’ll find:
•Companies that hire Oilfield Gate Guards
•A three-part video series – A Comprehensive Guide to Becoming a Gate Guard
Companies that hire Oilfield Gate Guards:
Guardian Is Seeking 24 Hour Gate Guards In West Texas $$
Job Description: Independent contractor team of two licensed gate guards for oil field traffic gate.
•Must have a team of two people with an RV to live onsite – we provide generator, fuel & water
•Must have level II security license through TX DPS / TOPS – will be verified
•Must be able to pass drug test & background check – will be verified
Job Type: Independent Contract
Salary: $200 – $225 per team per day – depending on location
Location: West Texas and South Texas areas
Contact: or 432-201-1452 Serious inquiries only.
Guard 1 Services Is Seeking Independent Contractors Immediately To Work As Gate Guards/ Attendants In The Oilfield In Texas $$
The position requires:
•Team or Couple,
•Pass an extensive background and Drug screening,
•Obtain a guard license.
YOU CAN START YOUR NEW JOB in 2 Days! The company provides all hook-ups. We pay weekly, Direct Deposit.
Please call Maria Lopez @ 713-400-5649 or apply at www.guard1services.com
Spartan Protection Services Is Seeking Work Campers For Gate Attendants In West Texas
Spartan Protection Services is a local and veteran-owned company in West TX Lic# B03014701. We are seeking independent contractors to work as gate attendants. We are looking for Non-Commissioned Level 2 security officers to work in the West Texas area.
Day rate for a couple: $350 day rate for couples, must have own RV
•Non-Commissioned Security Officer Minimum Qualifications:
•Be 18 years of age or older.
•Possess a high school diploma or equivalent.
•Be able to pass, with training, the Texas Department of Public Safety, Regulatory Services Division, Private Security Program, Level II
•Have reliable transportation.
•Have a Smart Phone (reliable communication).
•Be able to pass a federal criminal background investigation.
•Be professional and business-like in appearance
To inquire about a job please fill out and submit the form on our web page located at https://www.spartanprotectionservice.com/contract-opportunities. We answer most job submissions. No phone calls, please.
Gate Attendants Needed ASAP In West Texas (PECOS) $$
Timekeepers, Inc. is seeking COUPLES to contract as facility attendants. Work out of your RV 24/7.
We provide a 30/50 amp generator, a 200-gallon portable water tank, and a septic service.
Contractors will be paid a daily rate. Work as an independent contractor.
Contact Jonathan: 830-431-1627. $$
S&S Gate Services Is Seeking RV Couples Interested In Gate Guard Work In Texas $175-$185 per day. FHU provided free. $175 travel bonus paid. ** NO MEXICO BORDER ASSIGNMENTS **.
We are a down to earth one on one faith-based type of company. THE Golden Rule is our golden rule, we treat others as we would like to be treated. A large number of our couples are retired but this job works for any couple that would like to earn some quick money for a month or two then travel using their recent earnings.
We are RVers, I’m entering this ad from my RV which I travel/live in. We understand your daily needs and will keep you happy. I’ve been with this company for over 8yrs and we have the best reputation with couples in the gate guard business and we maintain that reputation by always letting you know IN ADVANCE what your workload will be at the job site, the exact location, the type of work being performed such as fracking which is a heavier workload etc. We can also refer you to other reputable gate guard companies if we don’t have an assignment that fits your exact needs.
If you are interested please send an email to me with your information and anything else you feel I should know and I’ll get right back to you with some answers for you. Visit our website at http://www.ssgateservices.com/
Tier One Group is hiring people for oilfield gate guard jobs. If you are interested in applying, please direct your inquiry to Michael Schally by email at . Visit our website at http://tieronegroup.com.
J&G Security – Employment link is at the bottom of their web page – http://oilgates.com
Gate Guard Services, L.P. Click on the Gate Attendants Needed banner on their web page – http://gateguardservices.com
Sitewatch USA Click on the Work Opportunities link on their navigation menu – http://swgateguards.com
Primo Gate Guard Services – http://primogateguards.com/employment-opportunities/
OverWatch Gate Guard Services – http://www.overwatchent.com/employment-cfalf
Please send me an email at if one of the links above does not work.
A Comprehensive Guide to Becoming a Gate Guard by John and Christine Weindl
This three-part video series will explain everything you need to know about how to become a gate guard. Part 1 will cover everything before getting your license and how to get your license. Part 2 will cover everything after applying for your license and the equipment needed. Part 3 will prepare you for your first gate. We hope this helps you on your journey to becoming a gate guard. To learn more about us visit our website at http://travelingdeficitdisorder.com.
Part 1 – Intro and getting your license
Part 2 – After getting your license and equipment needed
Part 3 – Preparing for your first gate guard position