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Onshore and Offshore Drilling Jobs

We have vacancies available all over the world, mostly based in the UK and Ireland but also in Russia, Europe, the Americas and Asia.

Drilling is part of the early phase of well creation and as such it is a crucial part of the overall process of creating a well. Roles in this area require individuals who can work well as part of a collaborative team with a strong desire to resolve issues.

We are able to offer both contract and permanent posts many of which are offshore. The positions available cover Engineers, Rig Managers, Mudloggers and Reservoir engineers all of which come with a high level of responsibility although there are roles available with differing levels of seniority and experience is not a must for all positions.

If a job in this essential part of the oil and gas and subsea industry sounds like it appeals to you, you’ll need to check out the roles that we currently have available below.

Latest jobs

Senior Drilling Engineer
  • Salary Negotiable
  • Job type Contract
  • Location Aberdeen
  • Description Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Senior Drilling Engineer, based in Aberdeen.
Senior Contracts Specialist (Drilling & Wells)
  • Salary Negotiable
  • Job type Contract
  • Location Westhill, Aberdeenshire
  • Description Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Senior Contracts Specialist (Drilling & Wells), based in Westhill, Aberdeenshire.
Drilling Supervisor
  • Salary Negotiable
  • Job type Contract
  • Location Aberdeen
  • Description Our client is currently recruiting for the position of Drilling Supervisor.
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