“Oil Cluster” companies create 10,000 jobs in Norway

“Oil Cluster” companies create 10,000 jobs in NorwayThis week, the Norway Industry Federation disclosed financial information regarding “the oil cluster” in Norway. The group consists of companies that derived more than 30% of their turnover from oil and gas exploration or oil-service. The federation revealed that the “oil cluster” gained 10,000 jobs, while non-oil companies lost 5,000 job positions.

According to the Norway Industry Federation, in the oil cluster forecast 2013 revenue growth, Norwegian companies in the oil cluster expect a 13% growth, while non-oil companies expect an average revenue growth of about 3%.

Due to the growth of the Oil & Gas market, TUjobs will be posting daily new job vacancies on their website, making it easier for people to apply for international jobs. Leading multinational companies in the oil sector such as Aibel, GK Norge and Statoil, amongst others, are now advertising their vacancies with TUjobs – the new online recruitment company specialised in online recruitment for the oil and gas sectors. The online platform has already released many job vacancies over the past year and the number of available jobs is on the rise.

This week, the highlights on www.TUjobs.com are:

  • Compliance Manager at National Oilwell Varco in Kristiansand;
  • Quality Advisor at Experis in Rogaland;
  • Senior Well Completion Engineer at Adecco Norge AS in Porsgrunn;
  • HSE Risk Management Advisor at Experis in Rogaland.

All the requirements and information for each vacancy can be found online on the respective job ad.

Visit www.TUjobs.com to find out more.

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