(1). Oil & Gas
The immensely important oil gas industry requires workers with a high regard for safety and the ability to adapt to rapidly changing conditions. These energy professionals are employed in public and private sector organisations alike to aid with the production, storage and distribution of some of the world’s most-valued natural resources.
This field demands a wide array of skill sets, and professionals such engineers, environmental scientists, project managers, surveyors, equipment technicians, operators, construction foremen, architects, marketing personnel, accountants, machinists, consultants, administrators and executives, among many others, can all find work in this area.
a. Maintenance Project Manager
b. Senior SPM and Oil Offloading Systems Controls
c. Senior Installation Engineer
d. Principal Subsea Harware Engineer
e. Senior Well Intervention Supervisor (Subsea)
f. Senior Subsea Planning Engineer
g. Principal Subsea Systems Controls Engineer
h. Surf Supply Chain Lead
You will work in a variety of fields to analyze, develop and evaluate large-scale, complex systems. This can mean and improve and maintaining current systems or creating brand new projects. Engineers will design and draft blueprints, visit systems in the field and manage projects.
a. Full-stack Software Engineer Associate
b. Solution Architect
c. Network Engineer
d. Data Communication Engineer
e. Heavy Duty Equipment Technicians
Slot : 10
f. Quality Assurance Engineer
g. Software Engineer (Backend)
Slot : 3
An Administrator provides office and administrative support to either a team or individual. This role is vital for the smooth-running of a business. Duties may include fielding telephone calls, receiving and directing visitors, word processing, creating spreadsheets and presentations, and filing. Additionally, Administrators are often responsible for specific projects and tasks, as well as overseeing the work of junior staff.