Protected. Proficient. Inspired.

More than anything, we want our employees to succeed. Both our company and our customers benefit from their professional accomplishments. With this vested interest, Nine Energy Service is fully committed to helping our people make smart—and safe—decisions on their way to career fulfillment.

Our training and education are uncommonly comprehensive. This includes classroom and hands-on experience, quality and risk-assessment training, Six Sigma and our own Leadership Development Program.

Safety is our number one priority at Nine and we are committed to training and safety programs that empower and enable our employees at the job site.

Your route to professional success

At Nine, you’re in control of your professional destiny. Lack of a degree isn’t a barrier to mobility, either upward or laterally. And we provide you with the means to encourage and fulfill your potential.

Passport is Nine’s defined path to career advancement. A level-based roadmap, it lays out a professional trajectory with defined roles and goals, letting employees know through education and mentorship exactly what steps are required and how they are progressing.

The passport program, currently available for wireline division staff, works in tandem with our Leadership Development program and has taken many of our employees to the top echelons of the company.

Leadership development: Be the person you’d want to follow

Leadership isn’t defined by a title. Nor should it be limited to technical competency. In addition to hard work and self-discipline, it requires the ability to inspire and feel empathy for others.

Because we believe great leaders make great companies, we have created a Leadership Development program. Comprehensive and intense, this training offers career development opportunities in management and service lines, with continued training via formal education and hands-on experience.

Run by a former Navy SEAL, our Leadership Program teaches:

  • What it means to be a leader
  • Responsibilities and accountabilities of a leader
  • How leadership affects the bottom line
  • How to increase cohesiveness within a team
  • How to efficiently manage time and increase productivity
  • Successful management strategies, including how to have hard conversations
  • Executive presentation (public speaking)

Progress in your career

Nine provides the hands-on training and support necessary for professional success. You provide the you.

EHS Insight: Putting safety first and forward

Everyone who works at Nine instinctively puts the safety of those around them first. It’s a policy passionately embraced from the top of the organization down. To that end, our safety programs are robustly proactive and include everything from knowledge-based training to programs to combat distracted or fatigued driving.

One program, EHS Insight, is a software platform that immediately communicates incidents throughout the organization as they occur. This means if similar risk factors exist in different parts of the country, our employees are informed and can promptly mitigate them. Through digital photography, EHS Insight also allows for more accurate and efficient inspections.

Moving up at Nine—no degree required

At Nine, you don’t need a college degree to climb the ladder. Just a strong grip and the willingness to step up.

Ready to achieve? We’re ready for you.

When it comes to supporting your professional development, Nine really goes the distance. See for yourself.

Your future called. It’s waiting for you.

We are a growing company with job openings all over the country, in every field and at every level. With unlimited mobility, the possibilities truly are limitless. Discover your potential.

The Compliance Specialist will serve as administrator of multiple systems and assist with the drug and alcohol testing programs for all U.S. based employees. Ensuring compliance with applicable Federal Motor Carrier Regulations, client requirements, including but not limited to the following duties.
The Senior Accountant is responsible for general accounting functions including preparing financial statements and other month-end reports, perform variance analysis, preparing journal entries, maintaining balance sheet schedules and ledgers and account and bank reconciliations.
Responsible for keeping machines, mechanical equipment in repair.
Responsible for keeping machines, mechanical equipment in repair.