Chevron Australia has launched a major recruitment drive in Australia for hundreds of engineers required to work on two of the country’s largest energy projects.
Chevron Australia managing director Roy Krzywosinski said this is an exciting time to join the energy industry in Australia. “Chevron is developing two of Australia’s largest natural gas projects in Western Australia and this recruitment drive is searching for experienced and talented Australian engineers to be the future of our energy industry.
“We have a range of interesting and challenging career opportunities for people wanting to work on Australia’s most complex and exciting energy projects, as well as work for a global company who offers global opportunities,” said Krzywosinski.
Successful candidates can expect to receive the support and tools needed to set them up for success on an exciting career path, not to mention a competitive remuneration package.
Chevron will hold 14 recruitment information sessions throughout Australia between 13 February and 7 March to identify talented and experienced facilities engineers across a range of disciplines, including civil, structural and subsea engineering.
Successful applicants will work across Chevron Australia including on the company’s two major Australian Projects, Gorgon and Wheatstone with opportunities to be offered in Perth, on Barrow Island and Onslow – as well as overseas, with elements of the projects in Asia, Europe and North America.
LNG World News Staff, February 24, 2012