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US Jobs in the Oil and Gas Industry: HSE specialists

Wednesday, Feb 15, 2012

Air Energi recruiting for field-based HSE specialists in the US

 Our client is one the largest and most successful operators in oil and gas.  They have exploration, development, production and marketing activities in more than a dozen countries around the globe.

Due to substantial investment in their core US asset base, as well as several recent corporate acquisitions they are now recruiting for field-based HSE specialists on drilling projects in various locations, including the following:

-Haynesville and Eagle Ford (east Texas)

-Permian Basin  (west Texas)

The successful candidates will have worked in the industry for a minimum of five years and have experience of the following:

-Onshore projects

-Land rigs

-Being field based

The right individuals can expect long term work and immediate starts.

If you are interested in being considered for this fantastic opportunity, please call Tom Curran on 281 983 8723 or email your resume to tcurran@airenergi.com.

Source: Air Energi

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