Zarpa Crew announced more offshore vacancies just now and it seems that it will maintain this pace until next week. Not only it, but other Human Resources consultancies are feeling the increase in demand for services caused by the new exploration legislation, making service providers and oil companies more confident to recruit professionals. Check out today's opportunities by Zarpa Crew:
We are looking for proactive, engaged and flexible professionals to work as an Offshore Production Operator
For this position, it is desirable to have 3 years of experience working on Production Platforms, performing activities inherent to the function.
Must have Technical training in Mechanics, Chemistry or Instrumentation, active CREA and certificates listed below:
Advanced English will be considered an asset. Certification required:
The professional must apply safety, environment and health standards routinely in order to ensure the health and safety of the vessel and its crew. Minimum experience of 6 months on board for candidates who obtain mastery of the English language will be considered preferential in the evaluations. Here are some more requirements below.
To those interested, send resumes with salary expectations to firstname.lastname@example.org, mentioning the name of the opportunity in question in the subject field. Leaving the offshore business a little and going to refineries, did you know that ECB has just won a new contract within Comperj and announced a selection process this week? If you want more information, access the article by clicking here, they are receiving CVs for works that she will start soon within the enterprise.