It's been awhile since I've seen entry-level jobs being advertised, but take a look below and you'll find some apprentice, laborer & trainee openings.
For those of you with job experience there are quite a few choices – especially for electricians and mechanics.
Both Frontier and Parker Drilling are still advertising for lots of hands.
The Parker jobs are for BP's Liberty development which is a definite go. The rig is onsite and it's a matter of "when" it will be ready to be put in production. My sources tell me the date has been pushed back a month or two from January 2010 to around March.
Now, Frontier is facing a different situation. They're working with Shell to drill exploratory wells in Shell's Beaufort & Chukchi Sea leases. The problem is that Shell is still waiting for permits to be issued to allow them to proceed.
Everyone is hopeful that Frontier will be allowed to drill 2 wells in the Beaufort and 3 in the Chukchi during the summer of 2010. The same vessels will be involved in both drilling programs. If you find yourself working for them you'll get to see a large percentage of Alaska's Outer Continental Shelf (OCS).
If you're qualified for the Frontier positions be sure to send them a resume, but don't expect to hear anything until early 2010. That's when Shell will decide whether or not they can go ahead with the summer drilling program.
Remember, to apply for a position you’ll need to submit your application/résumé directly with the company advertising the opening. You cannot apply for a job through my website.
If asked where you heard about a job opening, please mention my website. Thanks!
Links for each employer can be found on the Job Resources page of
www.AlaskaPipelineJobInfo.com Once on a company’s website look for a “jobs” or “career” link. When you find the position you're interested in, apply directly online with that company.
ADAMS & ASSOCIATES
ADVANCED SUPPLY CHAIN INTEGRATORS
ARCTIC SLOPE REGIONAL CORP (ASRC)
- Electrical Apprentice I
- Electrical Apprentice II
- Electrical Apprentice III
- Electrical Apprentice IV
- Electrical Engineer
- Site Control Specialist
- Instrumentation Technician
- HSE Training Specialist
- Equipment Operator-Level 3
- Operations Manager (2)
- Well Testing Assistant/Technician
- EI General Foreman
- Wrecker Driver / Body Mechanic
- Foreman, Electrical
- Foreman, Carpenter
- Pipe Welder A
- PM Mechanic Apprentice
- Fleet Focus Administrator
- Scaffold Builder Level II
- Scaffold Builder Level III
- Well Site Leader I
- Well Site Leader II
- Well Site Leader III
- Well Site Leader IV
BRISTOL BAY NATIVE CORP - KAKIVIK ASSET MANAGEMENT
- Asbestos Abatement (with CCI)
- Spill Responder (with CCI)
- NDE Foreman (w/Kakivik)
- NDE Technician (w/Kakivik)
- Data Entry Technical Aide (w/Kakivik)
BP - BRITISH PETROLEUM
Entry Level Operator
- Sheetmetal - Journeyman
- Heavy Equipment Mechanic - Fleet Shop
- Turbine Mechanic
- Certified Ford Pickup Mechanic
- Light Duty Mechanic
- Heavy Duty Mechanic
- Pipe/Structural Welder
These last two drilling positions are with Doyon Drilling Inc. (DDI) and though they are listed under Anchorage they are in fact 2x2 rotational jobs on the slope. See the postings for specifics about the jobs.
ESS ALASKA SUPPORT SERVICES
This job was not listed on the ESS website. Here's the info:
ESS Support Services is looking for a Production Baker.
This is a remote position working 10 -12 hrs a day 7 days a week, 4 weeks on 2 weeks off.
This position prepares and bakes pastries and desserts, prepares and cooks breakfast for 120-140 people daily.
Responsible for providing multiple dough varieties for pastries nightly, along with assortment of desserts, i.e. pies, cakes, etc.
Duties include washing the pots and pans used for baking, as there is not a helper until breakfast time.
Applicants must live in Juneau or be willing and able to provide own transportation to and from Juneau in order for consideration.
Health Benefits package as well as 401k offered.
Please call or email DeAnna at 800-478-1207 or email@example.com for more information.
FRONTIER DRILLING, USA
We are preparing for a drilling campaign off the north slope of Alaska for the 2010 season and we are seeking qualified personnel to assist us with this campaign. At this time, we are accepting resumes for the following positions:
- 1st Engineer*
- 2nd Engineer*
- 2nd Mate *
- 3rd Engineer*
- 3rd Mate*
- Chief Electrician
- Chief Engineer*
- Chief Mate*
- Chief Mechanic
- Electronics Technician
- HSE Advisor
- Ice Advisor
- Rig Superintendant
- Senior Subsea Specialist
- Senior Toolpusher
- Subsea Specialist
* All Marine positions require a USCG unlimited license & a minimum of 1 yr experience w/a drilling contractor. All other positions require a minimum of 1 yr experience with a drilling contractor on a deepwater vessel. Only candidates with experience and licensed qualifications need apply.
Eligible candidates can their resumes via fax to 832.397.5570
You can also email your resume to Frontier through their ad on CareerBuilder.com.
- Service Specialist - Completion Tools
- Service Leader - Completion Tools
- Professional II -Drilling Fluids
- Assoc Field Professional - MWD
- Service Operator II -Cementing
- Laborer/Sample Catcher
Camp Maintenance - Maintains hotel and support facilities
KUUKPIK ARCTIC SERVICES
Hiring for remote sites in Alaska, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Louisiana, and other states
- Bullcooks/Second Cooks
- Executive Chef – North Slope only
- Fire Protection Program Specialist
NANA MANAGEMENT SERVICES
- Kitchen Helper
- Warehouse/Kitchen Helper
- Waste Water Treatment Operator Level I/II/III
PACIFIC ENVIRONMENTAL CORP. (PENCO)
PARKER DRILLING COMPANY
- VFD Electricians
- Technical Limit Engineer
- Rig Mangers
- Forklift Operators
- Hydraulic Mechanic
- Assistant Driller
- Directional Drillers
- Electronic Technician Trainees
UDELHOVEN OILFIELD SYSTEMS SERVICES
- Well Site Leaders (Grades 1,2,3,4)
- Well Site Geologists (Grades 2,3,4)
I found these 2 jobs on Careerbuilder. Udelhoven has redesigned their website and I hope they're still working out the kinks because right now it is not very user friendly. If you try to scroll through the forms you'll find that you can't – there isn't even a scroll bar to grab. Use the TAB key on your keyboard to move from field to field.
These positions have not (yet) been posted on their site so you'll want to submit your resume through CareerBuilder.
Don't forget, if asked where you heard about a job opening, please mention my website. The more employers hear about AlaskaPipelineJobInfo.com the more opportunities I'll be able to bring your way. Thanks!
For more information about these and other North Slope employers visit the Job Resources page of www.AlaskaPipelineJobInfo.com
Thanks everyone and best of luck to you all,