With the U.S. refining industry operating at around 85% capacity, the outlook for recruiters appears very positive.
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With the focus in the oil and gas markets across the world of becoming more efficient and easier for customers to deal with, many organizations are planning on getting more short-term return on investment from their SAP implementation projects.
Just like employers spend time and energy on candidate attraction through honing their employer brand and spreading the message through recruitment communications campaigns, candidates don’t have to always follow the tried and tested route of submitting a CV or completing an application form to get noticed.
At Petroplan, we carried out a study on over 1,500 people working, unemployed or retired from the oil and gas industry to see what matters most to workers in this market now that there is such instability.
The infographic below displays some of the stats in the 'Talent Insight Index 2016: An annual barometer for the Oil, Gas and Energy Industry'. For the full report visit https://www.petroplan.com/talent-insight-index-2016/
We’d like to share some of our findings from recruitment marketing campaigns in order to help employers get better results from their candidate attraction investment.
Petroplan prides itself in its use of social media to build trust and interact with job seekers in order to improve the candidate experience.
We have asked our recruiters to put together their Top 5 Tips for formatting CV’s and also provided an example CV for you to use as a guide for your oil and gas industry applications.
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The current trends in the recruitment industry are pointing more and more towards the use of social media in recruitment for candidates to find jobs as well as recruiters looking for candidates.
We define ourselves as ‘energy talent explorers’, because as recruitment professionals, we are constantly adapting to the changing oil, gas and energy landscape too.
An Infographic on How To Lower Recruitment Costs When The Right Talent Is Hard To Find. How is your organisation addressing the talent shortage or talent gaps?
Having nearly 40 years’ experience in recruitment, we are confident that we could write some useful tips to write a CV that gives jobseekers a better chance of succeeding in their applications.
Petroplan has become globally renowned as a trusted partner in recruitment. Our industry experts provide specialist services for recruitment and contractor management exclusively for the oil, gas and energy sector. Petroplan’s proven track record of recruiting and placing exceptional industry professionals with leading organisations means they have a great reputation to maintain. Their specialist expertise and broad candidate network enables clients to rapidly procure the best people available for essential roles, in an increasingly competitive marketplace.
Despite the current economic downturn, there can be no doubt that the UK North Sea will remain an important energy-producing region for years to come. The region still boasts estimated oil and gas reserves of 9.4 billion boe with a 50 per cent plus chance of recoverability.
Matthew Branch didn’t embark on his career with a view to working in the oil and gas recruitment industry. He graduated with a degree in Accounting and Law, but quickly concluded that it wasn’t for him. “I had friends working in recruitment, making a good deal of money whilst enjoying the job” Matt says, “and I thought - if they can do that, I can too.”