The energy sector is set to see a flurry of activity as 20 of the industry’s most prominent employers head to AIS Survivex’s annual Energy Career Events.
The events aim to match potential candidates with recruiters for both current vacancies and upcoming 2023 projects. This year’s event is expected to be the largest yet, with companies such as Bilfinger, Wood, Stork, AGR, Atlas Professionals, and Hydrasun among those in attendance.
There will be a wide range of job opportunities at the events, including green hand positions for newcomers to the offshore industry and experienced roles in offshore construction, such as rigging, pipefitting, and mechanical and electrical jobs.
Senior HSEQ Advisor at Atlas Professionals, Mark McDonald, stated that they have a number of upcoming projects and are looking to attract both experienced and inexperienced talent. He added: “As well as our ongoing recruitment contracts, we have at least four rigs coming into work in the North Sea and will be looking for crews to support these.”
The free events will be held on Wednesday, February 15th in Aberdeen and Thursday, February 16th in Newcastle and are open to anyone.
In addition to offering the opportunity to meet potential employers and recruiters face-to-face, attendees will also gain valuable insight into upcoming projects and opportunities in 2023.
According to Linzi Ryan, Head of Marketing at AIS Survivex, the global energy sector is bustling and expected to continue throughout 2023.
She urged anyone looking for information about opportunities in the oil and gas or wind sector to sign up for the event.
With 20 companies already signed up, this year’s Energy Career Event is expected to be the biggest yet. It offers a unique opportunity for job seekers to meet with recruiters and gain valuable industry insight.
To register for the event, please follow the link: https://bit.ly/3XE8y19