Instrumentation Jobs In Oil And Gas

Airswift has a growing need to fill instrumentation and control jobs for some of the largest employers in the energy and oil industries. As an instrumentation technician, you will be responsible for setting up, testing, and controlling the complex machinery that oil rig workers use to drill for oil and the tools and equipment that chemical engineers use for refining crude into usable products.

WHAT SORT OF EDUCATION DO I NEED FOR INSTRUMENT DESIGNER JOBS?

Most of the instrument designer jobs we offer are filled by people who have received trade degrees from accredited schools and programs. Entry-level instrument and control jobs require a decent amount of on-the-job training so you can learn the inside-outs of the oil and energy industry. If you have years of experience in your trade, major corporations will usher you in, train you their own way, and allow you to expertly work on their machinery while you share your knowledge with less-experienced colleagues.

WHAT PARTS OF THE WORLD WILL I BE IN?

Because of the unpredictability of oil and energy supplies, Airswift can place you in a position in your own country, or in specific offshore instrumentation jobs off the coasts of some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. We have over 50 offices and contractors working in 57 different countries; therefore, we have employment opportunities all over the world.

HOW MUCH CAN I MAKE WITH AIRSWIFT?

The amount of money you make in instrumentation and control jobs depends on your level of experience. An entry-level worker can expect to make more than most entry-level positions in other careers, while more experienced workers can make up to six figures in a single year. Major corporations and oil companies also offer excellent benefit packages, time off, and living allowances for instrumentation jobs overseas.

HOW LONG CAN I EXPECT TO BE EMPLOYED?

The Oil & Gas industry is booming within the energy, process and infrastructure sectors, and will continue to because of the increased consumer demand for energy. As a skilled, educated, and well-trained instrumentation specialist, your skills will be valued by large oil companies, so you can always expect to have work in instrumentation and control jobs.

CONTACT AIRSWIFT

If you are ready to take the next step in your instrumentation career, Airswift has a position for you. We have been in business for over 35 years because of our dedication to fitting employees with the right companies and keeping the oil and energy industry stocked with well-qualified instrument designers. Feel free to fill the form below and a representative will be in touch with you shortly. If you have any other questions about the process, jobs in your region or the oil industry in general, call a recruiter and they will help you immediately. We look forward to staffing our instrumentation and control jobs with you.