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Baker Hughes offers many vacancies in Macaé and Rio de Janeiro

Paulo Nogueira
16-06-2018 08:26:44
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With the slow recovery of the oil and gas sector, Baker Hughes resumes the company's selection processes in its operational centers

Working at Baker Hughes is the dream of many people, it was even mine when I started to crawl in this oil and gas business, I went through two interviews there, both without success because in the final phase of the interview, "I didn't scratch if you want the blessed of English", the nature of the vacancy to which he was applying at the time had as prerequisites this qualificationO.

But why did I tell this little story at the beginning of the article? It turns out that despite today's vacancies being available for the company's operational centers in Macaé and Rio de Janeiro, the CV registration system may or may not be in English, and if you use translation programs here, you may even be mistaken. the system, but at the time of the interview you will not be able to deceive Human Resources or the interviewer. Below, I left the links of the available vacancies, just click on each one of them and apply:



Baker Hughes' strength in the matter of selection processes is that it always provides feedback to the candidate, regardless of whether it is positive or negative. For opportunities at a technical level or higher, there are tests to attest to your knowledge in the area of interest, similar to Petrobras contests (trust me, I know that). Have the habit of registering on the official portals of large companies, they are the first sources of consultation when there are processes in progress. For other vacancies in other countries, access the full page here, she hires Brazilians to work anywhere on the globe.

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Paulo Nogueira
With technical training, I worked in the offshore oil and gas market for a few years. Today, my team and I are dedicated to bringing information from the Brazilian energy sector and the world, always with credible and up-to-date sources.