OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY CVs REQUIRED

SPLINTER652

Longterm Registered User
We are seeking CVs for our data base from Multi Skilled Security Consultants interested in working in H.E. within the the Oil and Gas sectors. Operatives should have the following....

Minimum 8/10yrs U.K. Military.
Recognised educational qualifications in security management &consultancy.
Health & safety IOSH/NEBOSH qualifications with the experience to implement procedures , run daily toolbox meetings and deal with issues that may arise.
Trained military medic with commercially recognised quailifications.
Addional Skills that would be a bonus.....
Experience in working in the Oil and Gas sectors in HE enviroments.
Foreign language skills, eg French, Spanish, Arabic.
Experience of liaising and working with local indigenous communities.
Understanding of kidnap & ransom
Full driving licence with off road driving experience.
 
Please, I would like to know why anybody such as A. Witty would find this post for work unuseful??
It wont be long before these requirements form the benchmark.
 
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Please, I would like to know why anybody such as A. Witty would find this post for work unuseful??
It wont be long before these requirements form the benchmark.

Perhaps you should put you hand in your pocket

I wondered the same so I've left a message with A. Witty asking why he's groaned. Might be that he knows something that we don't know:confused:
 
I'm all up for the H&S stuff. Even though I'm a paramedic, I'm doing my Offshore Medics course during the Summer. I'm now concerned that I'll also have to do all of the NEBOSH stuff as well.

Seems every time a clear one expensive hurdle, someone puts another one in my way, that's ever so slightly higher than the last. It's only a matter of time before I either run out of money or energy before I trip over on one of them.
 
I'm all up for the H&S stuff. Even though I'm a paramedic, I'm doing my Offshore Medics course during the Summer. I'm now concerned that I'll also have to do all of the NEBOSH stuff as well.

Seems every time a clear one expensive hurdle, someone puts another one in my way, that's ever so slightly higher than the last. It's only a matter of time before I either run out of money or energy before I trip over on one of them.

Starlight,

Not for me to tell you what to do.................... If you are spending money with no return.......... Have a look at what you are doing mate........filling ppl's pockets or enhancing your prospects.......
 
A.Witty's no thank you removed until he can answer why he has groaned SPliter652 ref this vacancy?

I will not have lurkers coming in and taking all the jobs, leaving nothing behind then groaning people.

Splinter652, thank you for choosing to advertise the vacancy with us.

Regards,

CM
 
This is the way forward. Security, HSE and medical quals. Companies can save a lot of positions and money by combining these trades. I have been advising for years now that anyone starting out especially in the Oil and Gas industry should tick all boxes. The job I am on went to this many years ago. The good thing is that it makes you much more sellable to the market...Seems like a good job offer and thanks
 
I have my nebosh diploma its all aboat risk asssessments etc ,and first aid + project managment its like the enginneers in the army first skill set soldier ,trade plant engineer specialist ,para ,comando or diver the more skills you have that save the company money on salaries the more employable you are but dont get crap qualifications for the sake of it im 46 earn 70k + i get paid to save the company money and to increase training and revenue i have three jobs im also first aider and health safety think as an employer would shall i employ abody guard /cpo with just that skill or with the civilian skills ineed best of both worlds simple
 
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Thanks Mcallister and welcome to the forum.

Seems you have the right frame of mind for our forum.

It's all about helping each other out.

Thanks,

CM
 
Thank you to those members that replied to our advert. We received five very highly qualified replies from the forum. The initial two vacancies have now been filled ( one is a cpw member) and the five have been placed on our data base should further vacancies arise through normal wastage eg sickness, resignation, etc, etc. Thanks to all for your response.
 
Thanks nice to know whats out there and what quals are needed. Got to keep on top of your CIPD ! (Continued individual profesional development!). well said Covert munkey.
 
To all on deployment

Hi Mates,
I wish you all a happy Easter and hope that you enjoy the weekend.
I know that it is hard not being with family and friend, better luck next year.
Thanks for all the hard work and stay save.

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