Saturday Star 2010-01-30 – Job Opportunities


Nothing much this week, the papers were kinda thin on O&G adverts.

  • Synergy is looking for lead safety engineers, safety specialists, junior and lead process engineers and technical writers. We’re on an expansion drive, people! Visit the Synergy website for contact details. For leads, you need 5 years plus experience in the oil & gas industry. For safety specialist applicants, you need to be well versed in HAZOP, HAZID, QRA, FERA and Formal Safety Assessment. Ah, heck. If you have more than 5 years experience in O&G, apply. If you have less than 5, send a donation to the offshore account, and still get abuse. For juniors, go pick up a copy of Cambridge’s ChemEng syallabus, and go study like the Tripods (all of them) are tomorrow. 
  • Sabic has an advert. Actually, it has a walk in interview at the JW Marriot Hotel on the 5-7th Feb, 2010, bwtween 9 to 5. The Ibn Zahr site is looking for a PP Operator, MTBE & Utility Operator, PP Process Sec Head, Control Sys Eng, Rot Eqt Eng, Insp & Corrosion Eng, Env Eng, Process Eng, Safety Eng. You can apply via email here or here. Or key in your resumes online here.
  • ExxonMobil is looking for Technicians (I&E, Mech, Production). Visit the site, or snail mail to Recruitment, Human Resources, Level 17 (isn’t this the canteen?), Menara ExxonMobil, 50088 KLCC, Kuala Lumpur.
  • Talisman is looking for HSSE/OI Performance Management Specialist, Head of Well Engineering Operations . Apply here, and visit their site.

If you are looking for an alternate career, MJ’s been seen at Amcorp Mall, PJ.

2 Responses to Saturday Star 2010-01-30 – Job Opportunities

  1. CikiRemy says:

    Level 5 is the cafeteria.
    It’s also a connecting floor between upstream and downstream at MEM. Level Ground and 18th is the other 2 floors that provides this interchange.

    You are welcome to visit the new round and round spin and spin door at the main entrance prior to the lift.

    • Wata says:

      CikiRemy: I do know where the cafeteria is. If you ask around, you’ll find out that I was on the team that spent 3 nights moving furniture between the various EPMI locations scattered throughout KL and ME.

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