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UPSTREAM OIL AND GAS OPPORTUNITIES

  • SOURCE: | Editor
    • POSTED ON: August 14, 2018
    • AUTHOR: Editor
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    Zormelo &Associates, the leading Ghanaian Oil & Gas recruiter is currently looking for experienced upstream Oil &Gas professionals in various upstream job families.

     

    ELECTRICAL TECHNICIANS AND TECHNOLOGISTS

    Involved in building, testing, installing, troubleshooting, repairing and modifying electronic components, equipment and systems.

    Professionals required;

    1. Electrical Designers
    2. Design Technologists
    3. Electronics Engineering Technologists

    ENVIROMENTAL ADVISORS

    Combine knowledge of the environment with guidelines, policies and regulations to find ways to reduce health, safety and environmental risks and impacts.

    1. Environment Health and Safety Advisors
    2. Environmental Impact Analysts
    3. Environmental Programme Officers

    ENERGY TRADERS

    Assist in converting oil and gas products into profit by bringing the company’s product  to a fast–paced international market. Key activities are selling, negotiating, buying and trading.

    FIELD DISPATCHERS

    Ensure that all materials, equipment , resources and  personnel required on a job site arrive  at the right  place and time and at minimal cost  or delay.

    Professionals required;

    1. Oilfield Dispatchers
    2. Equipment Dispatchers
    3. Operations Dispatchers

     

    GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERS

    Application of skills and judgment to help colleagues safely and sustainably carve out access roads, sculpt landscapes to cradle tailings or reservoirs, weave pipelines thought soil and rock, and tame the turf to hold well sites and plants.

    Professionals required;

    1. Geophysical Engineers
    2. Geotechnical Engineers
    3. Reservoir Geomechanics Engineers

    GEOMATICS ENGINEERS

    Combine the practices of land surveying, mapping, computer programming and technological data-mining, they gather and use geographic data

    Professional required.

    1. Geodetic Engineers
    2. Surveying Engineers
    3. Geographic Information Systems Engineers

    HEALTH AND SAFETY PROFESSIONALS

    Health & Safety professionals advocate, educate and keep workers safe and healthy by rallying them to proactively recognize and eliminate  hazards. They protect lives  through work environment evaluation and analysis, and promoting smart programs, policies , procedures as well as training.

    Professionals required;

    1. SEA Advisors
    2. OHS Officers
    3. Process Safety Engineers

    COST ENGINEERS

    Cost Engineers estimate costs and enforce cost controls for facility construction, production and services. They ensure  the  best financial returns  are obtained in all these  activities

    Professional required;

    1. Project Control Specialists
    2. Cost Analysts
    3. Cost Estimators
    4. Project Coordinators

     

    INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGISTS

    They design, adapt, install, maintain and repair electronic and instrumentation systems.

    Professionals required;

    1. Electrical Engineering Technologists
    2. Instrument Technologists
    3. Electronics Engineering Technicians

     

    JOINT VENTURE REPRESENTATIVES

    They develop, negotiate and monitor agreements  between partners by closely working with logistics, engineering, auditing, marketing and legal counsel.

    Professional required;

    1. Joint Venture Specialists
    2. Joint Venture Administrations

    DOWNHOLE TOOL SPECIALISTS

    These specialists communicate to other crewmembers on the well services team what is happening at the end of a drill string on a drill rig. They also gather core samples to be analyzed by geologists and engineers and isolate differing parts of a formation to extract hydrocarbons.

    DRILLING AND SERVICE RIG LABOURERS

    They are responsible for cleaning equipment to make sure they are functioning properly; they work at drilling sites and on service rigs helping to operate, maintain  or move  equipment in ongoing  production of oil or natural gas.

    Professionals required;

    1. Lease Hands
    2. Floorhands
    3. Roughnecks
    4. Roustabouts
    5. Labourers

     

    CONSTRUCTION CRAFT WORKERS

    They perform a wide array of tasks, including preparing and cleaning work sites, setting up and removing equipment, as well as assisting on concrete, masonry, steel, wood or precast erection projects. This involves a lot of the heavy lifting finishers, boilmakers and ironworkers.

    Professionals required;

    1. Drain Layers
    2. Drop Crew Labourers
    3. Post Farmers

    CONTROL CENTRE OPERATORS

    Roles in this category mann a centralized control room to control the network of crisis-crossing transmission lines. Must have a solid understanding of the integrated processes and systems required to transport oil and gas products.

    Professional required;

    1. Gas Controllers
    2. Control Room Operators
    3. Pipelines System Controllers
    4. Panel Operators

     

    DIRECTIONAL DRILLERS

    Directional Drillers control the angle and the depth, and work through various ground conditions or tough spots while drilling. Must be familiar with specialized bottom hole assembly (BHA) tools, such as electromagnetic or positive pulse telemetry and use data to determine drilling is following planned path.

    Professionals required;

    1. Rotary Drill Operators
    2. Horizontal Drillers

    CRANE OPERATOR

    They manoeuvre heavy plant and equipment into the right spot. It involves conducing hazard assessments which include calculating load weight, inspecting the site and equipment rigging for general hazards.

    Professionals required

    1. Boom Truck Crane Operator
    2. Bridge Crane Operator
    3. Hoist Operator
    4. Tower Crane Operator

    ELECTRICAL POWER LINE & CABLE WORKER

    This category of workers string new power lines, troubleshoots existing ones, inspects and tests overhead and underground power lines, cables and auxiliary equipment.

    Professional required;

    1. Power Line Technicians
    2. Lead line workers
    3. Apprentice Line Workers
    4. Cable Spicers

     

     

    ENGINEERING MANAGERS

    These engineers plan, organize and direct the activities of the technical team. Their activities include organizing people, hours, costs, budgets and logistics as well as planning and directing the installation, testing, operation, maintenance or repair of equipment or facilities.

     

    HEAVY DUTY EQUIPMENT MECHANICS

    They repair, troubleshoot, overhaul and maintain mobile heavy duty equipment for oil and gas–related construction and operations activities. This includes preventive maintenance of industrial and construction vehicles including bulldozers, graters and excavators.

    Professional required;

    1. Equipment Technicians
    2. Field Mechanics
    3. Field Service Technicians
    4. Mechanics

     

    INSULATORS

    They apply insulation on all the plumbing, heating and cooling systems, piping equipment and pressure vessels to reduce the transfer of heat, cold, sound and the chance of fire. They also conduct repairs as and when required.

    Professional required;

    1. Building Insulators
    2. Boiler and Pipe Insulators
    3. Fire stopping Insulators
    4. Heat and Frost Insulators

     

    IRON WORKERS

    Iron workers hoist, fasten, cut, bend, weld and erect components for giant storage tanks, towers and other oil and gas structures.

    Professionals required;

    1. Structural Steel Erectors
    2. Fitters
    3. Riggers
    4. Steel Fabricators
    5. Steel Workers
    6. Tower Hands

     

    DRILLING AND SERVICE RIG OPERATORS

    They oversee the activities of workers, facilitate the movement of equipment and ensure the safety of others.

    Professional required;

    1. Drilling Rig Operators
    2. Service Rig Operators
    3. Motorhands
    4. Derick hands
    5. Drillers

    DRILLING FLUIDS REPRESEENTATIVES

    These professionals ensure that the drilling fluids used in an oil and gas well are the best ones for the operation. They have mastery of mud, math, motion and molecules that allow oil and gas wells to function safety and efficiently.

    Professionals required;

    1. Mud Specialists
    2. Field Service Representatives
    3. Drilling Fluids Engineers

     

    Please send your resume, indicating the job title as the subject to www.zormeloassociates.com

    Alternatively, send your resume to jobs@zormeloandassociates.com

    Closing Date: 12thOctober, 2018

    Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted

     

     

     

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