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Multinational oil and gas began to receive mass CVs in all functions!

November 3, 2017 9:31 am to 09:31 am
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Vacancies in almost all sectors in continental multinational offshore and onshore recruitment, take advantage of this rare opportunity!

[supsystic-social-sharing id='1′]Multinational HR offshore and onshore recruitment specialist, announced yesterday its official selection process at the request of a client who ended up winning a contract for oil and gas activities in several sedimentary basins. Positions vary greatly according to the contractor's needs, with different specialties and technical training. Check out some of them below:

Required Professionals

Structural welders, maintenance adjusters, pipe welders, platers, adjusters, weld supervisors, weld inspectors, boilermakers, sounders, mechanical adjusters, storerooms, material coordinators, torque technicians, factory technician, pipe fitter, instrumentation, electrical technicians, seal inspectors, painters, commissioning technicians, materials controller, crane operators, construction manager, rope access technician, valve technician, machinist, ROV pilots, area men, fire lookout, probe mechanics, programmers and engineers trained in all segments.

 

requirements

All candidates must have specific courses in their respective areas and experience in the role, boarding courses such as salvage and Heut are mandatory, it is necessary that everyone is available to work anywhere in Brazil and the world and whoever has a passport will have priority in the selection process but is not mandatory.

How to send your resume?

Interested and within the profile, please send your CV's to the email roland.utik@gasoffshore.com and juelyananne@gmail.com . But watch out! A resume in English and Portuguese must be sent in the same attachment, if you have a LinkedIn profile, it will be even better, as Human Resources gives great value to this method of recruitment.


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