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Oil Rig Jobs

We have many oil rig-based roles available with Orion. There are opportunities in this sector all over the world, including Africa, The Americas, Asia, Australia/New Zealand, Europe, Middle East, Russia and the Caspian Sea and UK and Ireland. Whilst working on an oil rig can be challenging, it also provides a great opportunity for freedom, flexibility, travel, camaraderie, opportunities at entry-level and those who work hard are well-rewarded. Entry-level roles include Welders, Drilling Fluids Engineers, Pipefitters and Medical Roles.

Some of the more senior roles that you’ll find are Commissioning Technicians, Rig Auditors, Supervisor roles, Senior Well Engineers, Completions and Interventions Engineer and various other Engineering roles. If you’d like the challenge of working in this industry and enjoy the option of real free time by working two weeks on and two weeks off, you’ll need to take a look here:

Latest jobs

Regulator Analyst
  • Salary Negotiable
  • Job type Contract
  • Location Denver, Colorado
  • Description JOB DESCRIPTION - CONTRACT REGULATORY ANALYST Role synopsis Our Client is seeking an experienced Regulatory Analyst to assist with execution of their development program while maintaining
SIMOPS/COMOPS Coordinator
  • Salary Negotiable
  • Job type Contract
  • Location Houston, Texas
  • Description The SIMOPS/COMOPS coordinator will ensure the routine coordination for all vessels within EPCI scope and be the point of contact for coordination of any related offshore co-activities operations under
Senior Subsea Well Intervention Engineer
  • Salary Negotiable
  • Job type Contract
  • Location Houston, Texas
  • Description Senior Subsea Well Intervention Engineer The Subsea Well Intervention Engineer is responsible for defining, engineering, contracting and delivering to Operations a Completion and Well Intervention
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