EFS is the Midwest leader in drilling and probing; operation and maintenance; and remediation and construction services. Do you have what it takes to be part of our team?
EFS is hiring for multiple positions at our offices in Indiana and Alabama. Positions include a Driller or Drill Helper in our Toney, Alabama office as well as a Drill Helper and a Field Technician in our Westfield, Indiana office.
EFS offers a variety of great employee benefits including:
Holidays: Employees receive eight paid holidays per year.
Paid Time Off (PTO): Employees receive PTO for vacation, personal and sick leave.
Medical/Prescription and Dental Insurance: The company offers and subsidizes medical, dental and prescription drug insurance.
Life Insurance and Disability: The company provides group term life insurance and long-term disability at no cost. Voluntary life insurance and short-term disability are available at group rates.
401(k) Profit Sharing Plan: This plan provides voluntary investment options designed to supplement retirement income. The company has a discretionary match of up to 50 percent of an employee’s contribution up to a total of six percent of an employee’s annual compensation. The plan is on a six-year graduated vesting.
Driven by bold vision and a strong entrepreneurial spirit, EFS has evolved into a diverse environmental contracting firm focusing on soil and ground water remediation, subsurface sampling, monitoring well installation, and industrial services. Do you have what it takes to join our team? Click here to see our available opportunities.
EFS is the Midwest leader in drilling; operation and maintenance; and remediation and construction services. Do you have what it takes to be part of our team? We are currently looking to fill a few open positions in our Westfield, Indiana office. To see the available openings, click here.
The National Safety Council observes April as Distracted Driving Awareness Month to draw attention to the distractions all drivers face and the consequences that can happen when we aren’t paying attention to the roadways on which we travel. EFS employees work in a variety of locations, including sites that may be near to roadways where many people travel. Do your part to be aware of your surroundings and make sure you aren’t putting yourself or others at risk during your daily commute. Click here to learn more about how you can avoid being distracted while driving and how you can help to keep others safe out on the road.
EFS is currently looking for an entry level or experienced Drill Helper for our Westfield, Indiana location. A Drill Helper is responsible for learning and performing various aspects of field work related to direct push soil and groundwater sampling; hollow-stem auger drilling for geotechnical data collection; environmental soil sampling; and installing and maintaining groundwater monitoring wells. To learn more about this position and how to apply, click here.
EFS was founded in 1994 with a Geoprobe® Direct Push Sampling System in order to support subsurface environmental investigation, remediation, and geotechnical evaluation by our clientele. Since the early 90s, EFS has expanded our inventory of equipment in order to provide soil, water, air, and waste sampling services throughout the United States. Our newest piece of equipment, appropriately nicknamed “Big Red”, is a CME 75 Drilling Rig mounted on a Morooka MST-1500 Carrier. This rig has multiple attachments for a type of rock coring called wireline core drilling. Wireline core drilling is a special type of core drilling. Unlike some types of drilling, the purpose of core drilling isn’t to make a hole, but instead to retrieve a core sample, a long solid cylinder of rock that geologists can analyze to determine the composition of rock under the ground.
While performing core drilling, the rig is capable of reaching depths of more than 1,000 feet below the ground surface. The 72 inch stroke, hydraulic vertical drive system has no chains or cables which can stretch and an emergency spindle brake can stop rotation in less than a revolution, allowing workers to operate the rig much more safely. The rig has a small, high-speed winchline that is capable of retrieving the inner barrel very quickly. It also has a break-out table and break-out wrench that is made to hold Nq rods and even unscrews them!
EFS’s newest addition allows us to reach further, digging deeper under the ground’s surface, and to break through heavier, more condensed ground material to provide high-quality core sampling for our clientele.