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Oil Gas Job Vacancy

For anyone interested in being employed in the oil industry, the process involved in trying to find an oil gas job vacancy. This is luckily an easy task, as there are myriads of positions vacant. This is not due to a low salary; rather it is due to the ever expanding oil companies and the toughness of the career. Working in the oil industry is not for the faint-hearted, and many people have realised this. However, more and more positions become available, and many people are making successful careers in the oil industry.

One of the busiest oil employment websites often displays warnings on their website explaining the difficulties involved in their positions advertised, but this does not deter people applying for the various positions available. The positions vacant are often varied and can involve anything from drillers and mechanics to chefs. Morale has to be kept at a high on an oil field, especially if isolated as on an oil rig, therefore plenty of rest and recreation is always advised, along with good food. This increases productivity and health and safety, which leads to an increase in profits for the oil companies. Many employees prefer being away from home on an oil rig.

Many vacant jobs are snapped up through the internet as once an oil gas job search is done, plenty of results are instantly displayed on your computer and this enables you to be picky about what type of career you would like to follow. This huge diversity is great, as you are not limited to only the more physically demanding positions, but could be involved in even administrative types of jobs that are vacant. Many people could not face being away from home and family for months at a time, while other, mostly young professionals, have no family yet and would happily spend 5 months working on an oil rig before taking a month off to relax and spend their hard earned cash.

The shifts are long, hard and often exhausting, but when you are on your down time and spending a few weeks off in some exotic destination, or at home, looking at your bank balance is often worth it. If you are young and have no dependants or any other financial obligations, your money is normally sitting earning interest all the time you are working and not being able to spend it until you are back at home on a rest break.

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Atif said:

Hello I am ATIF KHAN from Pakistan. I am interested in your company. I have degree of Masters in PETROLEUM but I have no experience. Kindly consider me I am willing to move location where as per hiring. My email ID petrotech@engineer.com and my contact is 092333-2246245 Thank You

sammy lai said:

Hi, My name is sammy. I, live in malaysia. I had worked in oil and gas company for 14 years, my experiences was from below consruction work as innstrument fitter to operation front line maintenance. I only had experiences and don't have any paper such as degree or diploma just a certificate on industrial instrumentation. I willing to learn and gain more experience.if the company would give a chance. you may email me at sammylai2002@yahoo.com. Thanks and regards.

Justin Daniels said:

Good day, my name is Justin Daniels and offshore has been passion for a very long time now.ive worked on crude and product tanker before and recently obtained my certificare of competency as a unlimited deck officer.i have great skills when it comes to working in a team and i believe i could be a great asset to your good company.im young and willing to climb any ladder and do things to the best of my ability to achieve my goals.contact me on justinlloyddaniels@gmail.com and i'll show you what i mean

Frank Corleone said:

Hello my name is Frank Corleone 36; I am searching actively to find a job with BP. I have been working to sale Crude Oil, D2 and JP54 independently to companies and individuals from all over the world. I have serious contacts whom are seller and buyers for all three commodities. I am looking to find a sales position with BP to use my sale and buy skills. Contact me at corleone_frank@yahoo.com.

matt king said:

Iam what you are looking for.I am young and have no commitments at all. I was laid off at a local sawmill where i worked long hours.

matt king said:

sorry FML kingers_101@hotmail.com or 1 250 255 2304

Jerry Bergalino said:

Hello I'm Jerry A. Bergalino from philippines,I work in FPSO for more than 10 years base in angola and I work as a Bosun and Crane Operator/Able seaman.and later on I transfer in Production oil and gas as a Assistant Operator and I have more experience in Product tanker and I've been trained in DUPONT"STOP training and I have some training certeficate.I'm willing to work in your good company.heres my email address "jerrybergalino@yahoo.com" thanks and regards.

ari said:

hey.... I'm ari from indonesia i want to get a job on oil fiel i'm ready to be put anywhere in any country for working with the company team i have degree on mechanical tech

ari said:

sorry i am forgot my contact : setanijo1878@yahoo.com

R. Barooah said:

i am a chemical engineer,from India working in the oil refining sector( numaligarh refinery ltd, india) and having an experience of more than 10.5 years.I am hardworking and willing to relocate to canada provided I get a decent job. I sincerely hope my experience would definitely contribute as a part to the greater Canadian economy.My email ID is raktimbarooah@yahoo.com

Imtyaj Ansari said:

Hello, I am Imtyaj from Guwahati, Assam, I have completed my MBA in Petroleum Upstream Asset Management from University of Petroleum and Energy studies Dehradun. I am looking for an entry level position in oil and gas industry as a fresher. email ID- imtiajansari@yahoo.com

Travis Cozby said:

hi, i have been trying to get into the oil and gas industry for some time now.. i have been doing construction for the last two years i am young single and in great physical shape ready for the long hours and hard work. you can contact me at 956 369 6177 or travis_cozby@yahoo.com thanks..

M.Schlink said:

Hello People, Based on my exceptional interpersonal skills, hardworking attitude, and problem solving capabilities, I am looking for entry level jobs, I would be a great addition to an oil rig, and no problem to work sites or working hands-on under pressure or severe weather conditions in the field. My background is technical ( Electrician and diesel . gasturbine engineer ) Regards. E.wilma.marco@kpnmail.nl T.0031613608778

antonio d.manalang said:

sir/madam, hi,i am a rig welder/fabricator before in saudi aramco rig,i like to work in onshore or offshore rig,i will do my very best to help the production of the rig,i do hope that any good employer they receive my request are they willing to help me to work in there company,i am presently working now as a maintenance/fabricator in kuwait oil company,,thank u for your time,, this is my email add,manalang_antonio@yahoo.com

clive nigel rebello said:

sir/madam i have done my diploma in mechanical engg and i have done 6 months course in engineering and operational techniqes in india , with 1 month practical training in yennai hydrocarbons services barmer rajasthan and 2 months drilling course . I am looking for a roustabout job or any entry level jobs in oil field and i am ready to work anywhere as per my hiring. MY E-mail id : nigel.clive@yahoo.com. and my mobile: 09923328275 and phone : 0832 2787243 .

Tanjung S said:

Hi, I am Sudianto Tanjung, Diploma in mechanical engineering, I have 15 years experiences in Oil and Gas Plant operation such as; LNG, NGL, LPG and crude oil plant, I was working in offshore before as Panel Operator and Now I hold Panel Man in RASGAS CO. LTD Qatar. my email: jabung01@yahoo.com

Jerry A. Bergalino said:

Hello I'm Jerry A. Bergalino from Philippines,I work in FPSO for more than 10 years base in Angola and I work as a Bosun and Crane Operator/Able seaman and later on I transfer in Production oil and gas as a Assistant Operator and I have more experience in Product tanker and I've been trained in DUPONT"STOP training and I have some training certificates. I was employed also in FPSO Alzaafarana in Egypt and I'm in vacation right now. If you hire me, I am ready to work in your good company. Here is my email address "jerrybergalino@yahoo.com" thanks and regards.

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