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Cepem announces more offshore vacancies and today ends the deadline

Paulo Nogueira
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15-01-2018 07:31:47
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Cepem announces more offshore vacancies and today ends the deadline




Another wave of opportunities released by CEPEM, January 15, 2018 ends the deadline for applications in January

[supsystic-social-sharing id='1′]A CEPEM announced more vacancies offshore at the end of last week with the expiry date today (date of this article), so hurry up because there are still many chances that you will get your spots before the deadline. Recalling that earlier this month, she made a grandiose selection process that involved more than 200 candidates for Shell and Ventura contracts.

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motorman

  • Must be a Machine Sailor
  • Basic English
  • desirable passport

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Occupational Safety Technicians

  • 3 years experience on drillships
  • TST record
  • Intermediary English

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ADPO and DPO

  • Nautical Workshop
  • DP Full
  • Intermediary English
  • desirable passport

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Maintenance Coordinator

  • Mechanical or Electrical Engineering
  • Maintenance experience
  • Fluent English

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Radio operator

  • 2 years experience
  • Advanced English
  • desirable passport


To apply for these vacancies, it is strictly necessary to have the necessary qualifications for assignments, this is to prevent you from waiting for an opportunity to which you will not be called. Does it fit? So register now your CVs on the site http://www.cepemrj.com.br/site/curriculos, so as not to lose your vacancies. For eventual opportunities that will open next month (February), other professionals can also register.

Did you notice that she hires many professionals in the maritime and offshore segment, didn't you realize? So, due to many people asking what training and types of courses they should take to enter this professional modality, we have prepared two special subjects that will solve any and all doubts about courses and schools that provide these trainings. For those who want to work on oil rigs, you can read the article on How to Become an Offshore Professional. To work on vessels and ships, access the article where we explain How to become a Maritime Professional.

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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.