Saturday Star 2015-04-04 – Job Opportunities

April 6, 2015

Happy Last Service Tax week. Please don’t audit me. Buy my recommendations, or through my Amazon store. Or get the Young Turks series (all 4 books). Where are those corporate sponsors? Or throw donations at me.

  • White Quest is looking for a Principal Eng, HSE & Risk Manager, and a Senior Eng. Email them here.
  • Oh yeah, Wood Group Kenny is looking for a GM /MD. What happened to your old one? I’d like to join the company he went to. Email them here.
  • An associate of mine is looking for a technical safety part-time adviser. Needs to be needle sharp with respect to QRAs, and HSE safety cases. A calm demeanor to handle nonsensical questions from young engineers helps as well. Either that, or a drinking problem.
  • Vestigo is here, Vestigo is here. Are they so ashamed that they are a PETRONAS linked company that they didn’t use for their web presence? If you think you are a hotshot Safety Manager, apply here. But I can’t get a ping at their web address, so snail mail to The Human Resources Department, Vestigo Petroleum Sdn Bhd, Level 3, Bangunan Getah Asli, 148 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur. Oo, and if you check the advert, your use of ‘incumbent’ is wrong.
  • Hess is still looking for a measurement and allocation engineer. I saw that the ITB is still floating around. If you want me, you know where to find me. Not Celebrity Fitness, if you need a hint.
  • Nothing else this week

Support your local bookshop!  Bookalicious at The Summit Subang is a good choice. I think they focus on trilogies, quadrilogies, and other ologies. Tell them I sent you, and enjoy the look of perplexity on their faces. Those of you who have dropped my name, thanks!

Food choice of the week? How if you visit Vietnam, how about visiting Alai in Melaka?

As crude prices are low, you need all the help you can get to nail that elusive 2k job:

Social Engineering: The Art of Human Hacking, Ghost in the Wires: My Adventures as the World’s Most Wanted Hacker, The Art of Deception: Controlling the Human Element of Security