The SPE – GCS invites you to participate in the 6th edition of the “Upstream Oil & Gas Professionals Hiring Event,” on October 15th, 2019 at the Trini Mendenhall Community Center.
Following the success of the inaugural event in March 2017, we continue to provide a platform connecting experienced job seekers with upstream oil and gas companies to fill open positions. This is also a platform to help the industry retain qualified and experienced professionals, preventing losing them during the industry’s hard times. The SPE is partnering with other organizations to make the event a mirror of the oil industry. Thus, all upstream disciplines are invited to participate in the event.
EMPLOYERS & SPONSORS REGISTRATION IS OPEN
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Experienced Job-Seekers: Registration is Open!
Please click on the time slot to register:
8:00 am (Panel Discussion)
Four entry time options for registration exist with a panel discussion at 8:00 am (limited space).
NO WALK-INS allowed. Registration is mandatory and resume/CV must be submitted at least 24 hours before the event. Various entry times are available for registration.
In preparation to the Upstream Professionals Hiring Event on October 15h, the SPE Members in Transition Seminar on October 4th will offer the following topics: “Succeeding in the Job Search Process” and a “Discussion of Resources for SPE Members”. This session will cover:
- Understanding how companies now recruit for talent
- Look behind the scenes of LinkedIn to see how companies are using this tool
- Effective ways to build your resume and increase your chances to land your next role
- The right and wrong ways to build your professional network
- The keys to interviewing and the top 15 questions you will be asked during an interview
- Pitfalls to avoid that will damage your job search
Please click here for more information and to register for the October 4th event.
The SPE collaborates with many oil and gas and engineering organizations. To learn more about what organizations are collaborating, please click here.