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Bro I'm doing that on an international scalesMASH wrote:zoom rader wrote:Never stay commited to any employer, employers don't give a damm about employees. Always read the job market atmosphere and keep movingProtonPowder wrote:trinidrift wrote:Its getting hard on BPTT side. Everyday the jobs are getting less and less. Contractors like me are feeling it the hardest
I see the other day they reopen graduate spaces for geologists and engineers for the 2nd time in 2 months
time to pack up and go guyana jed
consider yourself an subject matter expert and market yourself to the best bidder. when new opportunities open up, move on..
Never ever happening!nervewrecker wrote:2000 to go home from petrotrin.
Maybe when pnm wins election.. can't risk that now and elections round the cornernervewrecker wrote:2000 to go home from petrotrin.
Well there is an internal email going around that 2000ppl are going to be sent home...so we just hadda wait n see....sighinfinite_RPM wrote:Maybe when pnm wins election.. can't risk that now and elections round the cornernervewrecker wrote:2000 to go home from petrotrin.
Dyno Nobel Australia... ammonia into dynamiteinfinite_RPM wrote:Anybody down here ever applied for a PPO position abroad and got through.. I'm looking specifically at Canada.. I have no experience in the petrochemical sector but I have been working as a PPO in water treatment for just under 4 years..
I think My downfall is my lack of education specifically a degree..
I have my O's A's (science subs)
EEET- cert, dip, adv dip.
Cert in PLC'S
Cert process operations -utt
And a few other small things like MS office with VB skills..
Think I could get through with anything Canada? I know it have a lot of experienced senior guys here..
sMASH wrote:Some men spoke to expats and got the link up that way, others were contexts by they padnahs who went up before. Other just searched online and tried their luck. I knew men who just apply and went Australia and Saudi ... not ev2ryntjng is a link up ting
infinite_RPM wrote:Any short courses anyone could recommend that may be an asset.. I'm already employed.. just looking to gain some more knowledge.. when I say short I mean like up to 1 year..
Wanna learn more on health and safety and/or operations and maintenance of large pumps/equipment..
Anything anybody could recommend?