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A career in Newfoundland and Labrador’s oil and gas industry



Newfoundland and Labrador’s oil and gas industry directly employs over 3,000 people. There are thousands more who work with companies which support the industry with products or services. The industry is striving to be diverse and inclusive – reflecting the communities in which it operates.

Where can you find these positions?
Career opportunities exist both offshore and onshore across a wide variety of fields. In fact, approximately 50% of support positions are located onshore.

Thousands have found their careers in this exciting industry. Manufacturing and fabrication facilities exist throughout the province, while most corporate, engineering and procurement positions are centered in the St. John’s area.

What’s happening in the rest of Canada?
The oil and gas industry is active in virtually every Canadian province and territory. If not directly involved in exploration and production, goods and services are supplied and used across the country. For information on careers and human resource issues within the Canadian petroleum industry, visit the website .

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Nursing Careers : offshore oil rig nurse



Life on board an oil rig can be either exhilarating or frustrating for a nurse, depending upon your outlook. You can expect to work about six months a year and have about six months off. However, during the six months on the rig, you'll work a 12-hour shift every day. You will have no days off, except possibly half a day at Christmas and/or New Year's.

No alcohol is allowed on the rig and the only shopping is as the on-board store that sells toiletries, candy and cigarettes. Some people complain that during the six months off, they are bored and restless. On the plus side, the nurse is usually autonomous, working alone with the doctor onshore and miles away. Cooking, laundry and cleaning are provided for you, and you still receive higher pay than you would receive for a "normal" job.

Working on offshore oil rigs is often dangerous, and a qualified medical person must be the first responder to emergencies, accidents or illness. Generally, the oil company requires someone with extensive medical training, such as a nurse, to serve as the rig's medic, coordinate sick bay, handle medical supplies, administer medications and coordinate the efforts of those oil workers trained as first aiders As a nurse working on an off-shore rig, you should be able to diagnosis and treat a wide-range of medical problems as well as triage patients, provide life-saving procedures and handle any necessary evacuations to onshore hospitals. The range of treatments needed varies from administering medication to controlling bleeding, calibrating drug dosages and applying immobilization techniques.

You will most likely be the only medical person to treat as many as 150 people, although in serious situations, the off-shore nurse can contact a doctor via telephone for advice. When working, you'll be responsible for the crew's health as well as maintaining all medical records, the continuing training of those on-board designated as first aiders and ordering all medical supplies and necessary equipment. Beyond the medical requirements, as the oil rig nurse/medic, you will be a member of the senior management team and must handle reporting and management requirements. With oil rigs operating throughout the world and nearly all of them requiring medical personnel, there are jobs available in these competitive nursing positions. For example, a nursing job in the United Arab Emirates requires a person with at least two years experience in an emergency room and demonstrated expertise in emergency medicine, certified in CPR and first aid with excellent English language skills. Understanding and speaking Arabic is also desirable. Oil rigs operating under British governance that may be near Norway or South Africa require different language skills.

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Opportunities, Salaries and Benefit



Working in oil company,is the one of the best opportunity, and best salary including nurse who work there.Compare with the nurse who work in the hospital they have better payment even the benefit.Especially the high oil price now days.they have enjoy with. If you are nurse, why dont you take this opportunities to work in oil companies?


Nursing also become one of the better paying occupations in America over the last several years. LPNs have no trouble earning $35,000 to $40,000 a year, not including overtime. For registered nurses, wages are even higher. Newly minted registered nurses can make between $40,000 and $60,000 right out of nursing school, depending on their location or willingness to relocate. In 2004, the media income for all registered nurses was over $52,000. These figures are very likely to continue to increase, given the coming surge in baby boomers coming into their golden years.

There aren’t nearly enough nurses now to fill all the available nursing jobs, and the shortage is going to be severe in 10 or 15 years. Experts believe that we’ll be almost a million nurses short of what we need by 2020. And since wages are set by supply and demand, that means that wages will continue to go up, probably sharply. Hospitals and retirement homes will be forced to offer more and more money and benefits to attract and retain quality nurses. Signing bonuses are already making headlines-not long ago, the Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati offered a $30,000 signing bonus for nurses who would agree to work in cardiac care for three or more years. A hospital in Dallas recently gave away a brand new Volkswagen Beetle in order to recruit nurses. If money and job security are considerations for you, then it’s hard to beat nursing as a career.

In addition to money, opportunity, and job security, there are lots of other benefits to becoming a nurse. First, there’s the universal respect nurses enjoy from virtually everyone. According to the Gallup Company, which does polling, Americans consider nursing to be the number one profession when it comes to honesty and ethics. Not only are nurses paid well, but they actually do good deeds for a living, and, unlike some recent corporate officers in the news, can hold their head up with pride. Is there any better feeling than knowing that you’ve helped save a life, or helped a child going through cancer treatments, or helped comfort a grieving family? Probably not. Being a caregiver for a living brings intangible rewards far beyond the monetary. Beyond respect, there’s also flexibility- you can choose where to work, which hospital department to work in, whether you want to work in a hospital at all, part time or full time, you can choose to travel on a regular basis and remain employed, etc.

More and more nurse staffing agencies are popping up all over America, and many nurses choose to work exclusively through one or more of these agencies, which affords them the opportunity to work with lots of different people in various settings. Some use these agencies to “sample” a job at a particular hospital or other workplace, and if they like it, to apply for a full time position with the firm directly. Others don’t want to be tied down, and like new and different experiences, and choose to work for agencies for years at a time. However you want to design your career, nursing will let you do it.

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Career opportunities in KUWAIT



KUWAIT OIL COMPANY is the major oil and gas corporation in the State of Kuwait KOC handles both upstream and downstream activities within Kuwait. The company is seeking experienced personnel to fill the following positions: Known as the “Pearl of the Arabian Gulf” Kuwait has both a cosmopolitan and traditional society in which the new employees will find welcoming people and a safe environment in which to work and live. The country has no sales or income taxes and the State is enjoying a boom in the building of modern infrastructure of Shops. School and Houses.
This company also own private hospital named Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) Hospital, which is popular hospital in Kuwait since its one of the modern hospital and of course the professional nurse are required with many benefits including accommodation ,free air ticket and other allowance.
To view detailed Job Description and to apply, visit our website: www.unistaff.us
(Register-Login-Apply Job KOC)

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Nurse jobs in Qatar Oil Company




Qatar is a small rich country in middle east with the main income are from oil and natural gas.Qatar Petroleum is the the state company who operating for oil exploration in Qatar.

So many jobs vacancies are available, not only for oil job, this company also offering nurses to join with them,So many nurses are needed for ambulance nurses,offshore nurses,senior nurses also dental nurses.

They offer so many benefits including high salaries, accommodation ,family allowance, free air ticket etc.If interested to join with Qatar Petroleum, you can submit the application trough agency or directly to Q P's website.You should have minimum 2 years experience with qualification needed,and only shortlisted applicant will be contacted

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