The Scottish Energy Careers Festival – presented by s1jobs – aims to help skilled employees, particularly in IT and engineering, connect with some of the foremost employers in Scotland’s flourishing oil and gas and energy sector.
One to one meetings
The organisers are also offering to organise one to one meetings with hiring managers for professionals who are looking for an exciting and fulfilling career move.
A high quality collection of influential oil and gas and energy employers are to take part in the Glasgow-based event, including Doosan Babcock, National Oilwell Varco, Oil States and Saudi Aramco.
Oil and gas employees highest paid in Scotland
Recent research by s1jobs showed that non-management roles in the oil and gas sector earned the highest average wages in Scotland in 2014 – sitting at £47 168.
Paul Motion, Recruitment Programme Manager at Doosan Babcock, is enthusiastic about the event – and is delighted to be able to engage prospective job candidates.
He said: “Doosan Babcock are a leading UK provider of engineering, manufacturing, construction and asset management services. In July 2014 we announced the creation of almost 400 jobs as we invest £4.5 million in the launch of a new Process Engineering Centre here in Scotland. As part of this continued and anticipated growth, we believe the s1jobs Energy Careers Festival will allow us to engage with delegates who possess the skill set and specialist knowledge our projects require.”
Scottish Energy Careers Festival
The Scottish Energy Careers Festival takes place on Wednesday 17 September between 11am and 8pm at Glasgow’s newest conference and events venue, 200 SVS, on 200 St. Vincent Street.
Interested parties can register here.
Adapted from press release by Cecilia Rehn
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