Once you have chosen to register for a work, here are some advice to assist you do a stronger work.
- Take the moment to comprehend and become familiar with the industry’s jargons. It demonstrates that with this section of job you are especially concerned in the position and the prospective.
- Ensure all contact information is accurate and that you are reachable once your application goes out. A number of companies like to have telephonic interviews and will not waste time repeatedly trying to reach you. In most cases they will give you some notice before fixing the interview however on some occasions it is an impromptu discussion. It makes sense then to mentally collect your thoughts on some key questions as soon as you send your application.
- Don’t hesitate to follow up and receive this confirmation if you don’t receive a confirmation that your application was received. Emails are lost many occasions and yours may be sad. It also shows how concerned you are in the situation to the hiring group.
- Include a cover document explaining why you submitted, how you heard about the situation and why you are interested in doing business for this business. It should be narrow but informative that shows your skill, concentrate and speed.
What Employers are looking for
Until now, this chapter focused on guiding how to find and apply for a vacancy. Now we will examine what employers in their potential oil production plant employees are looking for. This helps you in your application and interview and provides you with an insight into what such a job actually means and if you are right for it.
Working on an oil plant is tough physical work and if you’re not fully fit, you probably won’t get the job. A clean health check, which includes a detailed physical exam and a spinal X-ray, is necessary. You must also pass a drug test.
Most drill workers are averaged 27 years old but you can start as young as 16 years and work until retirement. Everything
As already covered earlier, employers prefer staff with relevant industry experience and a couple of references from people within the industry. Not having experience doesn’t prevent you from getting a job but being dishonest about it can permanently hamper your career prospects. It is best to be open and honest about your profile and avoid ‘jazzing’ up your skills; the truth will emerge sooner or later.
Teamwork and Reliability
Drill workers are team workers, and most employers require a strong sense of team responsibility from their applicants. Furthermore, reliability is a second key feature. The easiest way to get fired is to fail to show your crew change or miss your slot during your interview. Those characteristics are closely monitored during your interview.
Interest and Ambition in the Offshore Way of Life
The offshore lifestyle is distinctive and different from conventional roles. This means that you will not be with your family for weeks and have to spend your days with some strangers on a cramped ship or platform. There is little space in your living area and the food is certainly not a culinary pleasure. The shift lasts between 12 and 18 hours and requires manual labor. Most people are well aware of what it entails and love its unique way of life. Employers want to evaluate the knowledge and appreciation of the challenges of a candidate.