We have just received an email regarding some new posting jobs in Northern Alberta. The name of the company we are not allowed to mention, but the location, job and benefits sound great. They have 55 job postings ranging from drivers to trench dig. The starting pay with this company is $26.00 Canadian per hour with living expenses for the 2 month term. The starting date is June 15th 2010 with phone interviews on June 1st 2010
Mon 31 May 2010
Sat 29 May 2010
BP is now saying that there is not enough work for people to help clean up the spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Talking to our people in the oil industry, there are tons of jobs that are offered by the state. If you don’t want to work with the oil companies, there are a lot of companies that are hiring for the clean up. We are not allowed to list these companies as we are a site mainly for finding jobs in the oil industry. The net will post lists of companies that are offering this type of work. I hear the start pay is around $12.00 US per hour.
Fri 28 May 2010
Taking a tour of the accommodations of an offshore oil rig was quite interesting. They really want to make their staff feel like there at a 5 star resort. I guess they would have to because what else is there to do out in the ocean. Talking to some staff members, they say it has to be nice or they will lose their minds. They have hot tubs, pool tables, basketball courts, running area, gym and most important of all, the kitchen. The chefs on board cook a meal made for a King, breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack time.
If you decide to work on the offshore rigs, you will be more than happy with your surroundings. Remember one thing, your still there to get work done. The pay will be well worth it.
Wed 26 May 2010
The Oil and Gas Industry Salary Checker works by searching through our database for salary information that matches your query. This should give you good idea of what people in specific situations are being paid and will allow a direct comparison with your own position. The salary information is entered directly by people when they enter their CV/resume. The results show how many people match your query, the average salary for all those matching and detailed salary data for 20 people around the median result. The detailed information displayed includes salary, job title, age, experience, qualification and country of residence.
Wed 26 May 2010
I find it amazing that with this current oil crisis in the Gulf of Mexico and what they (BP) pay their employees for a simple job of driving people around. The average starting pay in the oil industry is $20.00 per hour. These jobs include: Driving workers to job sites, delivering flyers in the towns nearby the work site, to traffic control. Those are the people you sometimes see on the highway holding signs that say stop/slow. If you can get on with any oil company you have hit the jackpot. The pay and benefits are great, but beware of the long days.
Mon 24 May 2010
Pipeline jobs in the oil industry are not that difficult to find. We have noticed a major spike in jobs listed in Canada. Reason being, the drilling companies are getting more tax breaks from the Canadian Government. There are 3 major pipeline projects currently under way in Canada. The biggest one so far, running pipes from Alberta to Wisconsin. Check out daily postings and listings here.
Sat 22 May 2010
Working in the oil and gas industry in Alberta just got a lot easier. With more and more companies expanding the drilling in Northern Alberta, the rise for jobs are showing. There are so many jobs that require no experience at all and the starting pay is around $24.00 per hour CDN.
If you are looking for a great job with benefits, this is where you might want to start looking. Students from all over the world are getting hired on by these companies for 2-3 month contracts. Bringing in a total of $15,000.00 for 2 to 3 months of work. This is great for students.
Some jobs are as simple as driving workers to the job site, delivering tools, plans etc. These are the jobs that start at $24 per hour. Once your in with these companies, there is always room to move up.
Remember, working in the oil and gas in Alberta is lots of work, long hours and labour intense. There is a lot of money to be made in a short season.
Sat 22 May 2010
Offshore oil jobs are dangerous but pay well. With all the bad press about offshore oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico, those jobs are paying more now then ever. When your searching for the right oil company, make sure they offer full benefits and onshore travel time. Trust me, you want this in your contract. Take your time when signing the contract, the money is great but always read the fine print.
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Jobs available are general laborers, crew leaders, site supervisors, site safety representatives and lead safety representatives. Pay varies from $10 to $18 per hour. This is great for students.
Fri 21 May 2010
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