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před 1772 dny 19:31
a tam sa urcite dostanes cez agenturu :)
mno ja to budem mat jednoduche kedze otec robi ako dispecer a ma znamosti :) ale inak ked urobis letecky kurz a budesho mat certifikovany a vsetko nalietane tak ta zoberu letecke spolocnosti , stale potrebuju pilotov .. len ono proste za rok zarobis aj 3mil aj viac proste aj 4 mozes ale je tu problem ze vycvik stoji 1 milion a nemusis spravit dake testy konecne :)

Ako tu jeden pisal jasne ze mas zodpovednost ako moj otec co sedi na radare a ma zodpovednost za lietadla co ma akurat vo svojom sektore a to moze byt aj 3500 ludi :) takze o tom mi nehovor , vypocul som si o tom uz svoje :) Treba byt hlavne zdravy lebo ak mas chore srdce alebo pluca alebo hocico tak ti nikto diplom na pilota neda :] cize mozes skoncit skoro
před 1772 dny 19:29
Jeden Chorvat u nas v meste predtym, nez prisiel na Slovensko robil prave tuto robotu. Hovoril, ze velakrat si prial radsej zomriet, ako to robit. Lenze prisiel s viac, ako 400.000 USD v cashi na Slovensko. A v tej dobe (este za komancov) to boli nehorazne peniaze. Otvoril si pekaren, potom pizzeriu a teraz patri medzi najbohatsich ludi v meste.

Podmienky su krute. Nikto sa ta na nic nepyta, ci je slnko, ci prsi, ci fuka vietor. Doslovne sa najes ropy a nie raz. Proste je to praca pre skutocnych tvrdasov a hlavne ludi bez zavazkov.
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před 1772 dny 16:46
Operating Company
Je držiteli licencí na průzkum a těžbu ropy a spravují těžní zařízení a ropné plošiny. Některé společnosti jsou věhlasné a dobře známé, najdeme zde však i méně známé společnosti. Většina z těchto těžařských společností má mezinárodní působnost. Typickým příkladem operating company je britské - BP(British Petroleum)
Drilling Company
Drilling company je najímána těžební ropnou společností na vrtařskou práci a často spravuje své vlastní mobilní ropné plošiny. Drilling company také často působí mezinároně.
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Major Contractors
Hlavní subdodavatelé spravují pro ropné společnosti různé záležitosti a činnosti spojené s činností a provozem ropných plošin. Subdodavatelé zaměstnávají největší počet pracovníků v celém ropném průmyslu. Na tyto kontraktory byste při hledání práce na ropné plošině měli zaměřit svou pozornost.
před 1772 dny 02:18
Zdravím všechny. Stále hledám práci na ropných plošinách a bez úspěchu. Tak se zde chci zeptat, zdali máte někdo zaručenou zkušenost, která by mi napomohla se zařadit do pracovních sil na ropných plošinách. Pokud by někdo měl stejný zájem, můžeme se na tuto cestu vydat společně, ale už mne nebaví stále psát a odpovídat jistým podvodníkům, kteří chtějí fůru peněz předem, nebo si vypisovat o možné práci stále dokola a nakonec to vše stejně k ničemu nevede. Pokud by jste měli nějaké info, tak mi ho prosím zašlete na email: filipprofant@seznam.cz Díky Filip
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před 1773 dny 15:12
Zdravím všechny. Stále hledám práci na ropných plošinách a bez úspěchu. Tak se zde chci zeptat, zdali máte někdo zaručenou zkušenost, která by mi napomohla se zařadit do pracovních sil na ropných plošinách. Pokud by někdo měl stejný zájem, můžeme se na tuto cestu vydat společně, ale už mne nebaví stále psát a odpovídat jistým podvodníkům, kteří chtějí fůru peněz předem, nebo si vypisovat o možné práci stále dokola a nakonec to vše stejně k ničemu nevede. Pokud by jste měli nějaké info, tak mi ho prosím zašlete na email: filipprofant@seznam.cz Díky Filip
před 1778 dny 22:36
Ja to vypada na ropnych plosinach z Azerbajdzanu ne bo Iranu? Musim umet arabsky nebo staci nemcky. V Nemecku delam jenom na cerno, ale dost rozumim.
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před 1778 dny 22:31
Ja to vypada na ropnych plosinach z Azerbajdzanu ne bo Iranu? Musim umet arabsky nebo staci nemcky. V Nemecku delam jenom na cerno, ale dost rozumim.
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před 1778 dny 22:30
Ja to vypada na ropnych plosinach z Azerbajdzanu ne bo Iranu? Musim umet arabsky nebo staci nemcky. V Nemecku delam jenom na cerno, ale dost rozumim.
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před 1779 dny 17:55
což platí i pro většinu ostatních zemí připadajících v úvahu. Pokud by se jednalo o práci v teritoriálních vodách, je vyžadováno pracovní povolení, které velmi neochotně zařizuje zaměstnavatel.

O ropném těžebním průmyslu

vrty: vrtná soustava je podobná soustavě používané například při vrtání studní. Je ale podstatně silnější. Hloubka vrtů, závisí na hloubce ložiska a bývá řádově ve stovkách metrů. Jedna z činností pomocného je smontování cca 9 metrů dlouhých vrtných trubek. Potom následuje vrtání. Při vrtu se používá vrtná kapalina, jejímž hlavním úkolem je zvlhčování vrtáku. Na pohled vypadá tato tekutina jako řídké tmavé bláto a činí vrtný proces velice špinavým. Pracovníci na vrtné palubě jsou často velmi zašpiněni a jsou vystaveny všem typům počasí.

vrtný personál:

Roustabout – pomocný dělník bez zvláštních znalostí. Vykonává pomocné manuální a údržbářské práce. Jedná se o fyzicky náročnou práci. Běžné práce jsou: čištění, škrábání a natírání, vykládání a manipulace s materiálem, příprava vrtné kapaliny

Roughneck/Floorman – má více znalostí než roustabout a je přímo zapojen do procesu vrtání pod dohledem asistenta vrtaře. Tato pozice vyžaduje těžkou fyzickou práci.

Derrickman – pracuje cca 30metrů nad palubou Rigu v ropné věži. Má na starosti správnou činnost vrtných trubek při vrtu a pracuje pod vedení asistenta vrtaře. Pokud nepracuje na věži, zodpovídá za správnou činnost pump, systému vrtné kapaliny a dohlíží na roughnecky.

Assistant Driller – koordinuje vrtné aktivity na vrtné palubě, podává hlášení vrtaři a předává instrukce od vrtaře vrtnému personálu.

Driller – je zodpovědný za vrtný tým a průběh vrtu. Jedná se o činnost vyžadující vysokou úroveň znalostí

Toolpusher – dohlíží nad vrtnými operacemi a zabezpečuje dostatek těžebních potřeb a těžebního materiálu.

Rig Superintendent – má především zodpovědnost za vrtné operace

Drilling Engineer – určuje vrtný program, specifikuje jaký druh vrtné kapaliny se má použít a jaké má být zpevnění vrtné díry

Maintenance Personnel – zabezpečuje správný chod a opravy mechanického, elektrického, telekomunikačního a jiného zařízení.

Catering Staff – personál starající se o ostatní pracovníky, zajišťují jídlo, praní prádla…

Professional Posts – geologové, geofyzici, chemici, fyzikové, matematici a inženýři podílející se na teoretickém zajištění správného průběhu operací.
před 1780 dny 21:35
Oilcareer
Eden Scott 's client, a manufacturer for oil and gas based approx 1 hour north of Aberdeen, have a requirement for an experienced Project Coordinator.

Main responsibilities include:
• Carry according to Hydraulics and Service Controller/Co-ordinator instruction
• To attend and input in Daily Production Meetings
• Ensure staff are sufficiently trained on fitting of components, bearings, keys and general location and lubrication
• Ensure staff are sufficiently trained on fitting of hydraulic components, fittings, hoses, fixed pipework, motors, pumps and valves.
• To utilise labourers on semi-skilled tasks when possible, ensuring adequate supervision
• To liaise with Hydraulic and Service Controller ensuring department input delivered in a timely manner to suit project requirements
• To locate and inspect all purchased components and manufactured components are available and correct prior to assembly.
• To follow instructions given in written form or verbally from Hydraulic and Service Controller
• To supervise and effect all works according to PDI documentation
• To supervise and effect all works according to FAT documentation
• To monitor and maintain condition and department tools and special equipment
• To travel offshore to repair/commission/operate in emergency if required
Qualifications
Essential: Good secondary education
Preferred: HNC/D in Hydraulic Engineering related course
Knowledge & Experience
Essential: Time served Engineering and/or Hydraulic Craftsman. Work experience in a similar role.
Preferred: 5 years practical experience in an Engineering environment.
Skills
Essential: Good knowledge of Hydraulic techniques. Ability to organise and manage resources.


Eden Scott offers the services of an employment agency for permanent work and an employment business for temporary work
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před 1784 dny 20:45
Aj ja o tom uvazujem. Pocul so plosinach v Kaspickom mori. Teraz robim v Jakutsku a je toho plna tlac.
před 1784 dny 20:16
Aj ja o tom uvazujem. Pocul so plosinach v Kaspickom mori. Teraz robim v Jakutsku a je toho plna tlac.
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Have you fallen at the first hurdle? Did you really make sure that your CV was as sharp as it could be? Did you reveal the uncanny similarities between your skills, experience and qualifications, and those specified in the job description and person specification, or did you leave it to the telepathic powers of the reader? The big question here is was your application a complete waste of time, and if you didn’t really put in the leg work at this stage, the painful truth is that you probably wasted your postage stamp. Click here for tips on making your CV the best it can be.

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Be There

Number one has to be – turn up. Now this is not as daft as it at first seems, as turning up at the right place and at the right time is fraught with potential disaster, anxiety inducing delayed trains or missing buses, or perhaps your apparently vindictive Sat Nav might lead you completely astray. There’s nothing worse than that all knowing voice in the car telling you that “you have reached your destination,” only to find yourself on the wrong side of the motorway with 15 miles to the next intersection.

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How to write an effective job advert

As a recruiter your job is to attract the best candidates for your vacancy, so in this article I am going to give an easy framework for writing an appealing and winning job advert. While this advice appears on our OilCareers job site, for jobs in the Oil & Gas sector, the information below can be used to improve the quality of your candidate attraction for any line of employment. Even if you are lucky enough to recruit through word of mouth or an employee recommendation scheme, you will still need a job advert to make sure that the best candidates take the time out to take the step of applying for your vacancy.

It’s probably worth taking a couple of minutes to consider what would be the key factors for you in deciding whether to apply for a job. This is the critical point when you first read the job advert, before you know anything about the company, the job, the pay and before you even get anywhere near an interview to find out more. Remember, that most people see applying for jobs as a bit of a chore, and the best applicants and those in most demand will certainly only take the time to apply to the most appealing adverts. Some of these most sought after candidates will probably not bother to put their CV on a database, knowing that they have the skills and experience to be selective in their applications. So, when you write a job advert it is this candidate you should be appealing to.

Right at the beginning of my recruitment career I received some very good advice from a highly experienced recruitment trainer. Advice which has served me well, and looking at a random sample of job adverts, it’s fairly safe to say that if you use this technique it will make your job advert easily stand out from the crowd in applicant appeal.

The recipe for success is simple; there are four basic things that appeal to most candidates, which should never be missing from your job advert. The task of writing a job advert shouldn’t be arduous, and you can make it even easier by creating a template based on the following points.

Money

Think about it, if you are about to apply for a new job, unless you have just won the lottery, it’s unlikely that you are going to be overjoyed about taking a pay cut when you move into a new job. In fact for most, and certainly the best candidates, they won’t even bother to apply if they don’t have some indication of the pay on offer. I can’t verify but there is a statistic that job adverts with the salary mentioned get 4 times as many applications as those without.

Ego

Most people want to feel valued in their work, they want to feel that they are an important part of the team and an integral cog in the company wheel. Your job applicant might even be leaving his last job because he feels undervalued in his current role, so appeal to their ego and tell them how important they will be in performing this role.

Company

Your dream applicant is highly unlikely to bother applying to a job where he or she has absolutely no idea about the company that they are applying to. Remember also that there are some companies that applicants would not want to apply to for their own reasons, and without knowing who they are applying to, this kind of company anonymity is likely to put them off. Recruiters tell me that they need to keep the company confidential, which I understand, however without any information about the company, there is little to persuade your next top employee to apply. Unless your applicant is a fan of pot luck or simply desperate for a job, they are unlikely to want to apply to a job which could be working in literally any company. There is no need to reveal the identity of the company if you would rather not, so appeal to the Kudos factor, tell them that your company is in the Times 100 best employers, (obviously only it this is true!) Tell them if the company is an award winning leader in its field, recognised for its quality of services or products, its plans for growth and successful business. If the offices are fabulous, the parking plentiful and the social club thriving, then shout it from the roof in your advert.

Opportunity

Unless your candidate has absolutely no ambition and will be happy staying in this role until retirement, it is highly likely that they will be looking for progression with their next employer. Opportunity can be about many things, it can be meteoric rise through the ranks, or simply the opportunity for further training and greater responsibility. It might be the chance to travel or work with senior thought leaders in this sector or liaise with other companies, or for some it might just be the opportunity to really use their skills. Remember that lack of opportunity to progress or even use their skills fully in their current role, might be the reason that they are looking for another job.

Back to the drawing board

Now take 5 minutes to browse some job adverts online, then look at your own job adverts with a critical eye and check if you have maximised your candidate attraction. If you are serious about filling your next job, spend an extra 15 minutes perfecting your job advertisement writing skills and see how easy it is to increase the appeal of your own job adverts.
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As a recruiter your job is to attract the best candidates for your vacancy, so in this article I am going to give an easy framework for writing an appealing and winning job advert. While this advice appears on our OilCareers job site, for jobs in the Oil & Gas sector, the information below can be used to improve the quality of your candidate attraction for any line of employment. Even if you are lucky enough to recruit through word of mouth or an employee recommendation scheme, you will still need a job advert to make sure that the best candidates take the time out to take the step of applying for your vacancy.

It’s probably worth taking a couple of minutes to consider what would be the key factors for you in deciding whether to apply for a job. This is the critical point when you first read the job advert, before you know anything about the company, the job, the pay and before you even get anywhere near an interview to find out more. Remember, that most people see applying for jobs as a bit of a chore, and the best applicants and those in most demand will certainly only take the time to apply to the most appealing adverts. Some of these most sought after candidates will probably not bother to put their CV on a database, knowing that they have the skills and experience to be selective in their applications. So, when you write a job advert it is this candidate you should be appealing to.

Right at the beginning of my recruitment career I received some very good advice from a highly experienced recruitment trainer. Advice which has served me well, and looking at a random sample of job adverts, it’s fairly safe to say that if you use this technique it will make your job advert easily stand out from the crowd in applicant appeal.

The recipe for success is simple; there are four basic things that appeal to most candidates, which should never be missing from your job advert. The task of writing a job advert shouldn’t be arduous, and you can make it even easier by creating a template based on the following points.

Money

Think about it, if you are about to apply for a new job, unless you have just won the lottery, it’s unlikely that you are going to be overjoyed about taking a pay cut when you move into a new job. In fact for most, and certainly the best candidates, they won’t even bother to apply if they don’t have some indication of the pay on offer. I can’t verify but there is a statistic that job adverts with the salary mentioned get 4 times as many applications as those without.

Ego

Most people want to feel valued in their work, they want to feel that they are an important part of the team and an integral cog in the company wheel. Your job applicant might even be leaving his last job because he feels undervalued in his current role, so appeal to their ego and tell them how important they will be in performing this role.

Company

Your dream applicant is highly unlikely to bother applying to a job where he or she has absolutely no idea about the company that they are applying to. Remember also that there are some companies that applicants would not want to apply to for their own reasons, and without knowing who they are applying to, this kind of company anonymity is likely to put them off. Recruiters tell me that they need to keep the company confidential, which I understand, however without any information about the company, there is little to persuade your next top employee to apply. Unless your applicant is a fan of pot luck or simply desperate for a job, they are unlikely to want to apply to a job which could be working in literally any company. There is no need to reveal the identity of the company if you would rather not, so appeal to the Kudos factor, tell them that your company is in the Times 100 best employers, (obviously only it this is true!) Tell them if the company is an award winning leader in its field, recognised for its quality of services or products, its plans for growth and successful business. If the offices are fabulous, the parking plentiful and the social club thriving, then shout it from the roof in your advert.

Opportunity

Unless your candidate has absolutely no ambition and will be happy staying in this role until retirement, it is highly likely that they will be looking for progression with their next employer. Opportunity can be about many things, it can be meteoric rise through the ranks, or simply the opportunity for further training and greater responsibility. It might be the chance to travel or work with senior thought leaders in this sector or liaise with other companies, or for some it might just be the opportunity to really use their skills. Remember that lack of opportunity to progress or even use their skills fully in their current role, might be the reason that they are looking for another job.

Back to the drawing board

Now take 5 minutes to browse some job adverts online, then look at your own job adverts with a critical eye and check if you have maximised your candidate attraction. If you are serious about filling your next job, spend an extra 15 minutes perfecting your job advertisement writing skills and see how easy it is to increase the appeal of your own job adverts.
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před 1784 dny 15:52
Eden Scott 's client, a manufacturer for oil and gas based approx 1 hour north of Aberdeen, have a requirement for an experienced Project Coordinator.

Main responsibilities include:
• Carry according to Hydraulics and Service Controller/Co-ordinator instruction
• To attend and input in Daily Production Meetings
• Ensure staff are sufficiently trained on fitting of components, bearings, keys and general location and lubrication
• Ensure staff are sufficiently trained on fitting of hydraulic components, fittings, hoses, fixed pipework, motors, pumps and valves.
• To utilise labourers on semi-skilled tasks when possible, ensuring adequate supervision
• To liaise with Hydraulic and Service Controller ensuring department input delivered in a timely manner to suit project requirements
• To locate and inspect all purchased components and manufactured components are available and correct prior to assembly.
• To follow instructions given in written form or verbally from Hydraulic and Service Controller
• To supervise and effect all works according to PDI documentation
• To supervise and effect all works according to FAT documentation
• To monitor and maintain condition and department tools and special equipment
• To travel offshore to repair/commission/operate in emergency if required
Qualifications
Essential: Good secondary education
Preferred: HNC/D in Hydraulic Engineering related course
Knowledge & Experience
Essential: Time served Engineering and/or Hydraulic Craftsman. Work experience in a similar role.
Preferred: 5 years practical experience in an Engineering environment.
Skills
Essential: Good knowledge of Hydraulic techniques. Ability to organise and manage resources.


Eden Scott offers the services of an employment agency for permanent work and an employment business for temporary work
před 1786 dny 12:11
Další info
Zajímavý blog o práci na plošině:

http://oilrigjobs.calvinmarketing.com/blog/oil-drilling-rig-jobs/
miCron odpověděl
Začínám si myslet, že sehnat práci na plošině koukáním do počítače tady v Čechách, prostě neni možný. Nepomůže ani sebelepší motivační dopis... pro nás bez praxe je asi jediná možnost, odjet do centra dění a doufat, že si někdo všimne...
miCron odpověděl
Jo a perfektní angličtina je základ, takže du hledat ňákou jazykovku... a k tomu neuškodí být ing. v technickým oboru, hmm

Takže hurá zpátky do školy smiley 12
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miCron: v poslednej dobe o tom tiez tuho uvazujem, pridavam dalsi link na nabor, ale chcu tam dost specificke pozicie, tak neviem neviem http://www.oilandgaspeople.com/
před 1794 dny 15:35
miCron
a ty co tuna im robis reklamu? kolko si zarobil?
miCron odpověděl
Proč si hnedka myslíš, že někomu dělám reklamu ? Bohužel nemakám na plošině... tak sem odkázanej pouze na internet a jejich stránka mě zaujala. Je na každým, jestli jim těch 60 $ pošle nebo ne. Já sem zatím lepší stránky nenašel... a vzhledem k tomu, že my "Češi" jsme schopný dát kdejakým podvodníkům tisíce Kč za zprostředkování práce, tak těch 1000,- Kč za možnost bejt v databázi - kde hledaj zaměstnance ropný společnosti - neni až taková ztráta. Ale budiž, už sem nebudu dávat žádný odkazy a všechno, co zjistim, si nechám (jako správnej čecháček pro sebe) smiley 15
před 1800 dny 17:57
miCron
a ty co tuna im robis reklamu? kolko si zarobil?
před 1800 dny 17:47
Trocha teorie pro procviceni AJ
Oil Well Drilling

The process by which an oil or gas well is drilled has changed little in the last hundred years. The technology and equipment though have become much more complex.

Hard working men and sometimes women, known as roughnecks toil away in every type of weather condition as a drill bit bores down through layers of earth and rock to a zone below that contains oil.

Although the basic procedure has changed little the equipment and technology has.

A drilling rig consists of a large superstructure that is placed over the spot where the well will be drilled. This can be a land type rig or offshore platform or jackup rig, even a drill ship.

A large derrick sits on top of this superstructure. The derrick allows long lengths of pipe or combined pipe (stands) to be raised in and out of the well.

At the top of the derrick is the crown, where the large pulleys and drill line or cable are are ran from down below.
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These cables or drill line raise and lower the blocks, which are like a large block and tackle that can hold the weight of the heavy drill pipe.

There are a couple of ways that the rig an turn the drill pipe to drill the hole. One is with a rotary table. The rotary table is powered by a diesel or diesel electric motor at the base of the rig.

A hexagonal length of pipe called the kelly fits in a similar shaped slot which the rotary table turns.

The kelly is attached to a length of drill pipe and as it is turned and the drill pipe bores into the ground another and another is added until the desired depth is reached.

Another method does not use a kelly or rotary table but instead a motor mounted up in the derrick called a top drive.

With a top drive there is no need to attach a kelly and therefore longer lengths of combined pipe (stands), as many as ninety feet or more an be drilled down at once.

Because fewer connections need to be made the drilling process is speeded up and wells can be completed faster. This method is suited to places where the ROP or rate of penetration is fast.

Modern drilling rigs use drilling fluid or mud that is made of bentonite, barite and other minerals combined with water , diesel or synthetic ingredients.
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