27 Oktober 2007
PT. KMC Oiltools
PT. KMC Oiltools is an International Service provider in Drilling Fluids and Drilling Waste Management Services for Oil and Gas Industry.
We operates in 61 locations across 35 countries world wide, and due its continued growth in Indonesia , we are seeking suitable candidates for the following positions:
DRILLING WASTE MANAGEMENT ENGINEER
-Self motivated, pro-active and able to work as part of the team.
-English fluency is a must;
-Able to operate a computer/PC.
-Good interpersonal and communication skills;
-Have a deep knowledge on Solid Control and operate equipment of drilling waste management;
-Male, with Maximum age 30 years old;
-Min. Bachelor degree (s-1) in Mechanical Engineer, Electrical Engineer or petroleum engineering from reputable university with minimum 1 (one) year experience as drilling waste management engineer;
As this is intended as a permanent employment opportunity, we offer a competitive salary, bonus schemes and medical coverage to the right candidates.
Please send your resume in English and recent photograph by email not later than Oct 31, 2007 to:
Saturday, October 27, 2007
27 Oktober 2007
Label: JOBS OIL AND GAS
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