We at Dykon Blasting Corp. are always looking for safety oriented, driven, experienced and positive minded individuals to utilize their skills on projects across America.

Many of the jobs can take you away from your home for weeks or months at a time, so being self-sufficient and enjoying being part of a team is critical. If you have experience as a laborer, driller, blaster, blaster assistant, or project manager, please provide us with your information along with why you feel you’d be a good fit for our company.  Due to the nature of our work, all applicants will be thoroughly screened for criminal history along with pre-employment drug testing.

Please view the job summaries, and if you’d like to proceed with the application process, please email us at jobs@dykonblasting.com today!

Dykon Blasting Corp. is an Equal Employment Opportunity [EEO] employer and does not discriminate based on characteristics such as race, color, sex national origin or religion.

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Project Manager

The project manager is a key cog in the on-site drilling and blasting team.  The project manager sets the tone for a safe mindset, not only on the job site, but when traveling back home for the evening.  This means donning all proper PPE, understanding their uses and limitations, attending all safety meetings, creation of Job Safety Analysis [JSA] while on site.  Along with the safety aspect, the project manager will assist the drilling and blasting crew with their next day’s activities, paperwork as it pertains the contractor and owner of project. The project manager will be utilizing state of the art technology for tracking progress, hours, quantifying productivity, blast reports, seismograph readings, pre-blast surveys and following the site specific blast plan. The project manager communicates with Dykon Headquarters in Tulsa, Oklahoma frequently to address and solve any challenges as they arise.

General experience which may be a good fit for this position may include:

  • Blaster
  • Quarry manager
  • Project Manager
  • Superintendent
  • Foreman of drilling and blasting crew
  • Crew member of natural gas or oil pipeline project
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The blaster will be the foreman of the drilling and blasting crew on quarry, pipeline, construction or demolition blasting projects across America.  This role will lead with a safety mindset for themselves and all other employees on the team. As a blaster, you will be responsible for following the site specific blast plan, creation of drill patterns, setting up seismographs, product selection [bulk or packaged explosives], coordinating blasts with the contractor, attending safety meetings, accurately filling out trip manifests and blast reports, among many other duties. The blaster will also need to have or attain shortly after becoming employed by Dykon, a CDL license along with a Hazardous Materials [Haz-Mat] endorsement. Dykon prides itself of partnering with all of the contractors we do business with and have many long standing relationships across the nation.  The blaster will be continue that process by being thoughtful, safety oriented, approachable and open to input both from Dykon management as well as from the contractor on site.  We employ the best, and if you think you have what it takes to work with the best, please contact us today!

Types of projects a blaster should have experience with to qualify:

  • Natural gas / oil pipelines
  • Utility blasting [sewer, water, manholes, etc.]
  • Quarry or mine blasting
  • Explosive bridge felling
  • Building demolition/implosion
  • Military blasting
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The Driller with Dykon will be crucial to maintaining productivity and keeping our contractor on or ahead of schedule for their drilling and blasting project.  This is done by having a safety first mindset, attending all safety meetings and wearing all safety PPE when applicable.  Along with this, the driller will speak with the blaster or project manager on a regular basis to communicate any changes or challenges on that particular site.  Due to Dykon’s in house mechanic team, we furnish our drillers with high productivity, safe, efficient and regularly serviced cab and crawler drills.  As Dykon takes on technically difficult projects, this role will require various borehole diameters, various depths paired with changing topography which will make piloting and maintaining boreholes a daily challenge on some job sites. The drilling may be needed in quarries, mines, bridge piers, construction sites, pipelines among others.

Some other aspects which we be asked of our drillers:

  • Safety conscious
  • Mechanical aptitude
  • Attention to detail
  • Open to feedback/discussion with Dykon management
  • Experience with John Henry, Ingersoll- Rand, Reedrill & Tamrock drills.
  • Ability to travel and be away from home for weeks or months at a time
  • Accurate paperwork [drill logs]
  • CDL driver’s license
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