Welcome To Oil Jobs 411
What's the 411? It's Oil Job Information and Knowledge!
If you're looking for a job in the Oil and Gas industry, then you have come to the right place.
While visiting the many informative pages of this site, you'll be able to get a very good idea of the many employment possibilities that the oil and gas industry can provide. Whether you're a degreed technician in search of the career you've been trained for or a truck driver or oilfield roughneck who simply wants to work in an industry that will give you a good level of pay for your hard work, this site will help you find what you're looking for. Some of the specialized professions that are required for the oil and gas industry include land agents, geologists, drilling engineers and energy economists. This is by no means an exhaustive list of the trades in demand in the oil and gas industry. The many pages of this site will help to give you a clear overview of the many types of oil and gas jobs that need to be filled on a regular basis in this industry.
- Petroleum Engineering Jobs
- Oil Rig Jobs - Roughnecks, Roustabouts, Rotary Drillers, Mud Engineers, Toolpushers
- Pipeline Jobs - Pipeline Walkers, Pipeline Design Engineers, Welders
- Refinery Jobs - Petrochemical Engineers, Chemical Engineers, Gaugers, Pump System Operators
- Geoscience Careers
Maybe you've always wanted to be on the oil exploration teams that look over seismic maps and topographic charts and go out into remote areas of the world to find the big oil and gas deposits. If you're a seismic geologist you can have this sort of career in the oil and gas industry. The industry is in constant need of roughnecks, tool pushers and truck drivers who can keep the oil rigs, wells, and drilling platforms staffed with hard-working and experienced personnel.
One thing that excites a lot of people about the petroleum industry is that it's global. On Oil Jobs 411 you will learn about:
- The Athabascan or Alberta Oil Sands
- The Trans-Alaska Pipeline and Prudhoe Bay Oil Jobs
- The Alaska Gas Pipline Project
- Middle East Oil Fields
- Canadian Atlantic Offshore Oil Drilling
- Oil Rigs in the Gulf of Mexico
- North Sea Oil
If you're someone who enjoys working hard and getting a good rate of pay for your work, you'll most likely find the employment you want in this industry. It takes a special type of person to work in this industry; someone who doesn't mind working long hours for high pay and getting the job done as a team. The work is sometimes seasonal which may mean that you'll work for two months and have a month off (with pay in many instances) before returning to the job. Oil Jobs 411 will help you decide what area of employment you may be qualified for in the petroleum industry. It may also point you in the right direction if you're thinking about taking more courses or training in order to work on offshore oil rigs, wells or drilling platforms.
The various fields of training and experience that the petroleum industry requires are all described in these pages along with some of the many benefits programs that these companies provide its employees with. If you've ever just wanted to know more about the many areas of oil and gas production, then this site will help you to better understand the many factors that go into getting the crude oil out of the ground and into the many products that enrich and fill up our lives. The oil and gas industry has many types of careers that you may be interested in, depending on your level of training and experience.
This website will help you to decide what your career choice may be now, or what it may become in the future, after the appropriate job training.
Learn about the industry on the pages that follow and be sure to put a link to the Oil Job Board in your favorites folder. New oil jobs are added every single day. There's a link to it on every page at the top of the right column and bottom of the left navigation menu.