Offshore Jobs in Oil & Gas Industry

If you or any of your friends are interested in Offshore Verification jobs;

Basic requirement;

  1. Experience offshore
  2. Knowledge of mechanical, instrumentation, electrical, etc.
  3. Basic SeaSurvival, PTX (Permit To Work) would be added advantage.

No More VACANCY at the moment.

Thanks

To more accurate target your intended person, do you have a job function description? Reporting Structure? Terms of employment? benefits? (& no i’m not applying):

ya lor… give us more information la… wat is the starting salary? What kind of post is that? permanent or temporary??..

:smiley:

i’m advertising on behalf of the project. submit to me your CV.and i’ll proposed it to the project manager.

if you’re shortlisted, you can asked him all those questions…

Job Scope, functions are to vefiry instrument equipment, vessels, tanks, onshore and offshore facility.

how long is the contract?

Any vacancy for those who dont have any experience in O & G? Cause im looking to be a Safety Officer but could not afford to pay the course. anyone knows anybody that have to contact to a company that provide in-house training for Safety Officer course? Much appreciated.

Hi Eric,

Can I forward you my brother’s CV…

[quote=“fletcheru”]If you or any of your friends are interested in Offshore Verification jobs;

Basic requirement;

  1. Experience offshore
  2. Knowledge of mechanical, instrumentation, electrical, etc.
  3. Basic SeaSurvival, PTX (Permit To Work) would be added advantage.

Please send me your CV or your friends CV e.duncanearl@shell.com

Title: Job: Offshore Verifier.[/quote]

my bro baru pass NIOSH course to become Safety Officer…damn :lol: !!

[quote=“SoccerPrincezz”]Hi Eric,

Can I forward you my brother’s CV…

[quote=“fletcheru”]If you or any of your friends are interested in Offshore Verification jobs;

Basic requirement;

  1. Experience offshore
  2. Knowledge of mechanical, instrumentation, electrical, etc.
  3. Basic SeaSurvival, PTX (Permit To Work) would be added advantage.

Please send me your CV or your friends CV e.duncanearl@shell.com

Title: Job: Offshore Verifier.[/quote][/quote]

Yes, you can send to me.

No vacancy currently

Chilskater… ask him to tell us if it is easy or difficult to pass the NIOSH exam?

easy lar…as long as u have RM7K…ahhaha…read tonned of manuals.

well here some info about niosh safety officer course:

u take fulltime (4 weeks), mon-sat class
or part time (12 week), weekend only
RM4400 course fee, u gotta eat 3 times a day (our food is really bad, mengumukkan)
u’ll receive sijil penyertaan
still have to sit 4 d examz
u must complete all the papaer within 2 yrs after u take ur 1st examz.
if not, re-take the course.
my course have 1 day examz workshop (u can ask anything about d examz)
oh, NIOSH Kuching have a cute girl s technician, office admin, tukang jwp tepon.
if u wan2 get job in offshore, every difficult cos they only hire experience ppl only.
but if didnt offer job,hw2 get experience?
so u must know some who work in offshore company.
btw, HUET training (Combined sea survival) was fun!!
anybody wan2 know more can log to NIOSH malaysia website (google it!)

How about NEBOSH qualifications? What kind of job / salary could be expected out of it?

[quote=“haroldz”]well here some info about niosh safety officer course:

u take fulltime (4 weeks), mon-sat class
or part time (12 week), weekend only
RM4400 course fee, u gotta eat 3 times a day (our food is really bad, mengumukkan)
u’ll receive sijil penyertaan
still have to sit 4 d examz
u must complete all the papaer within 2 yrs after u take ur 1st examz.
if not, re-take the course.
my course have 1 day examz workshop (u can ask anything about d examz)
oh, NIOSH Kuching have a cute girl s technician, office admin, tukang jwp tepon.
if u wan2 get job in offshore, every difficult cos they only hire experience ppl only.
but if didnt offer job,hw2 get experience?
so u must know some who work in offshore company.
btw, HUET training (Combined sea survival) was fun!!
anybody wan2 know more can log to NIOSH malaysia website (google it!)[/quote]

I think it’s easier now than it was when I took the exam a few years back. Back then, your only allowed to take the exam about 3-4 months AFTER the course, so if you don’t constantly follow up what you learned, you’ll forget everything by the time the exam came around.