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Seeking either basic labor or something in an office like payroll or dispatching


Seth Banks

Seth Banks

Seeking either basic labor or something in an office like payroll or dispatching
 would definitely prefer housing provided by the employer if it’s in Williston ND!
The best way best way to reach Seth Banks is on facebook  or by email,
phone is (603) 630-7670
I can also do warehouse work, I worked the warehouse at Thomas Petroleum when they didn’t have frac jobs for me.

Certified Conductor at BNSF Railway

  1. Thomas Petroleum,
  2. 3C Logistics,
  3. SM Investigations and Security
  1. University of New Hampshire

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•Innovative, results-oriented professional with extensive experience in the oil field industry.
•Regarded for keen ability to perform in high pressure situations, including unstable weather conditions.
•Well versed in safety regulation compliance, with training in Safeland, H2S and several other oil company safety orientation programs.
•Strong background drafting necessary documentation and generating daily reports.
•Dynamic communication skills, instrumental to interfacing with staff, upper management and clients.


Certified Conductor

BNSF Railway

February 2015 – Present (1 year 1 month)Mandan, ND

Certified Train Conductor. Transportation of high valued cargo by rail, responsible for all paperwork for train and trip, keeping in radio communication with dispatch centers. Working around heavy equipment, including climbing, connecting air hoses, connecting electrical lines, applying and releasing hand brakes, switching tracks, building and breaking up trains and setting out cars. Hazmat Endorsement. Hostler Certified. Safety is always the number one goal.

Frac Fuel Helper

Thomas Petroleum

November 2014 – February 2015 (4 months)Williston, ND

•Fulfilled critical role providing team support, including driving crew shuttles and delivering supplies, including in unstable weather conditions.
•Charged with ensuring quality control to frac equipment, including dispensing fuel.
•Contributed organizational expertise to complete end of shift documentation.


3C Logistics

June 2013 – 2013 (less than a year)Williston, ND

•Resourcefully dispatched crew vehicles, to enhance client satisfaction.
•Leveraged superior administrative skills to effectively ensure smooth day to day operations.
•Responsible for driving crew shuttle vans.

Licensed Security Officer

SM Investigations and Security

March 2010 – January 2012 (1 year 11 months)Salem, NH

•Assumed a lead role in ensuring building and event security and loss prevention services.
•Directed staff and properly documented on site incidents.

Deputy Canvass Director

Grassroots Solutions

2012 – 2012 (less than a year)Concord, NH

•Spearheaded daily canvassing operations to efficiently reach out to voters.
•Streamlined process improvement initiatives, instrumental to successful human resources management as well as integral reporting.
•Provided direct management to staff.
•Heavily involved in on boarding, including hiring and successful development and implementation of new hire training programs.

Human Resource Development Assistant

New Hampshire National GuardConcord

January 2011 – October 2011 (10 months)

Assisted in developing a multimedia presentation on organizational history.
Conducted new hire orientations, collected feedback, and made suggestions for improvements.
Assisted in creating a catalog of training resources available to staff from internal and external sources.
Helped coordinate a major organization wide event within a short time frame, working with a wide array of other offices and outside organizations.
Policy research in support of a major rewrite of the Technician Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Filing as needed, including preparing personnel files for archiving.
Front desk duties including greeting visitors to the office and directing inquiries to the appropriate parties in person and on the phone.
Spearheaded a research project identifying, comparing, and contrasting professional development programs in the military, civilian businesses, and government organizations.
Created, reviewed, and analyzed Human Resources Development training content.
Developed tracking tools for organizational development and tracking the end user satisfaction with training programs.
Helped to plan and implement a social media presence, along with developing New Hampshire National Guard specific policy guidance in accordance with Department of Defense guidance.
Helped to proofread and edit the organization newsletter.

Student Caller

PSU Advancement Office – Plymouth, NH

January 2008 – January 2009 (1 year 1 month)

Contacted Plymouth State alumni in a professional, polite, and informative manner to solicit alumni annual gifts and inform alumni of upcoming events.

Volunteer Experience & Causes

Causes Seth cares about:

  • Civil Rights and Social Action
  • Economic Empowerment
  • Human Rights
  • Politics

Thank you for stopping by our booth at the 2015 Bakken Oil Product and Service Show

Recently I went to the 2015 Bakken Oil Product and Service Show and passed out some business cards for the Oilfield Business Network and Iv have had many follow up responses from other companies who are interested in networking with the Oilfield Business Network! This is just an example of some of the responses!


Good afternoon,


We wanted to thank you for stopping by our booth at the 2015 Bakken Oil Product and Service Show and also follow up to get more information about your company. If you are a vendor, supplier or subcontractor please send us information about your company including services or supplies offered, contact including Name, Position, Address, Phone/Fax/Cell, Email Address so we can add you to our database.


KLE Construction is one of the region’s leading civil construction services provider performing excavation, grading, pipeline, utilities, roads & gravel supply services to the greater Williston Basin. We have been here for the better part of 5 years and look forward to the opportunities in the next five with great business partners.


If you are in the trucking or hauling business be sure to send us a copy of your current insurance certificate and rates as well so we can get you on our dispatch list.


Note: We are currently seeking trucking companies, as well as heavy equipment rental & material suppliers for several large projects coming up this winter.


Additionally, if we can assist you or your clients with their civil construction needs, please feel free to reach out to us with those opportunities.


Networking is key to everyone’s success and we look forward to working with you in the future.






Marie Everett      

Business Development | KLE Construction, LLC

Cell: 701-609-7878


Phone: 701-609-7900 | f: 701-425-0192

Office: 1505 15th Ave W., Williston ND 58801

Mailing: PO Box 2690, Williston ND 58802





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The Oilfield Business Network announced the latest addition to its website Oilfield Trucking


Oilfield Trucking Business Network

The Oilfield Business Network announced the latest addition to its website. The new Oilfield Trucking page is a socially structured networking site for Oilfield trucking and freight professionals, specifically designed to help individuals and companies expand their professional network.

Oilfield Business Network Trucking was developed to provide the benefits of traditional load boards but with expanded features and functionality to help users build long-term business contacts. Designed to be as simple to use as popular social networks, Oilfield Business Network for Trucking allows users to ‘friend’ other users, send immediate notice of empty trucks or freight available and connect with group contacts easily.

“The idea behind Oilfield Business Network for Trucking is to give the professionals in this industry more tools to build their businesses,” said Daniel J Leach Jr, president and CEO of Oilfield Business Network. “We recognize that working independently can be a challenge and that the ability to create a network of business contacts is crucial to growing a successful trucking company and freight brokerage.”  feature set includes the Facebook Page system, a traditional load board, group connections, user walls, private messaging, forums and instant topic notifications via email or SMS.

Additionally, Oilfield Business Network has set their price point (FREE monthly) to be directly competitive to industry load boards.

“Our goal is to make it as easy as possible for people to build long-term, meaningful business relationships,” Daniel J Leach Jr said. “Their success is what will drive our success.”

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Values and Benefits of OBN
FACT: 98% of businesses rely on referrals to gain new business.
FACT: Only 3% of businesses have a strategy for generating referrals.
OBN provides a positive, supportive, and structured environment for the development and exchange of quality business referrals. It does so by helping you build personal relationships with dozens of other qualified business professionals.
Members of OBN can give referrals that generated business for each other. Belonging to OBN is like having dozens of salespeople representing your business, and in return you are representing their businesses. What goes around comes around. If I help you, you’ll help me and we will both benefit as a result.
Networking requires commitment. The most successful chapters of OBN are comprised of participants who are sincerely committed to helping one another through networking. They are a team. As a participant in OBN, you are responsible for complying with the policies and guidelines of the organization.