ous types of industrial facilities for a broad spectrum of customers throughout the world, including many of the principal national oil companies and several multinational companies. They are currently seeking a:
• Contract management in big EPC Downstream Projects.
• 10-25 years experience in Oil&Gas Sector. • Engineering Degree. • Experience as Contract Manager in Big EPC Contracts, in Refineries and/or Petrochemical complexes. • Willing to relocate to Spain for one year and then to Middle East, Peru, Portugal or Turkey. • Intermediate level in Spanish Spoken and Written.
In exchange, the ideal candidate will get a permanent contract and receive an excellent retributive package, meanwhile he gets the opportunity to sign on with a solid, rapidly growing company where he will have the chance to build his professional career in an international environment.
Engineering and Manufacturing
he point of temp-perm contracts for companies in the first instance (please feedback if I have got this wrong!) However, I think as employers and recruiters we need to be honest with the candidate on the likely length of the job role (Perm, Contract or Temp) and let them make that decision. "Temp" signals that the role has a shelf life, but the salary and benefits can sometimes be better than if it was offered as an outright contract. It should be a candidate-driven decision, even if we don't like the answer.…