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Oil and Gas Job Search caps off a first successful year for the Perth office with new win

Oil and Gas Job Search caps off a first successful year for the Perth office with new win

Oil and Gas Job Search, the leading industry jobsite, has won a new contract with Briscoe Search and Selection.

West Australian based Briscoe is utilising Oil and Gas Job Search for CV searching and networking through the jobsite for clients and project information.

Briscoe has recently recruited Colin Giles as Principal Consultant for its oil and gas operations to boost its presence in the sector.

Colin Giles gives his reasons for selecting the jobsite: “We recognised that Oil and Gas Job Search opens up a brand new database of candidates.  This will allow us to construct a worldwide talent map over the short to long-term for prospective clients.”

Giles continues: “We didn’t want just a job board with a database.  We need a service that we can integrate with our strategic planning and in Oil and Gas Job Search we have found the functionality and account management that we required to fulfil that aim.”

The UK based Oil and Gas Job Search particularly highlighted in its Salary Guides, produced with Hays Oil & Gas, the high volume of expats that are being attracted to the region owing to attractive salary packages, lifestyle and the potential of the industry.

Aron Myerthall Business Development Manager of Oil and Gas Job Search comments: “The new contract with Briscoe rounds off a very successful first year for the new Perth office of Oil and Gas Job Search.”

“We see vast potential to contribute to the oil and gas industry in Australia.  With mega projects such as Gorgon offering such a promising future (in Liquefied Natural Gas), I believe that we are only at the beginning of great things for Oil and Gas Job Search and the industry in Western Australia.”

Duncan Freer Managing Director of Oil and Gas Job Search comments: “Australia accounts for 10%, and growing, of our revenue at present.  I can only see our commitment to the Australian market becoming stronger, something that I am looking forward to seeing develop.” 

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