SBM Offshore in search of technicians, engineer for Guyana operations

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SBM Offshore is looking to fill several more positions for its activities in Guyana where it operates the Liza Destiny Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) oil production complex at the Stabroek Block.

The company said in a new advertisement published on its Facebook page last week that it is looking to fill a range of vacancies for both its offshore and onshore operations. These include Assistant Safety Officer, Electrical Technician, Instrument Technician, Mechanical Technician, Production Technician and Quality Assurance/Regulatory Compliance Engineer.

Already, around 50 percent of SBM Offshore’s workforce in office is Guyanese. The company has been operating in the country for over two years and expects this percentage will continue to grow.

Maximising local content, developing Guyanese workforce are top priorities – SBM Offshore

“We share values of care and integrity and are seeking to employ like-minded individuals with the experience, knowledge and skills to perform effectively and efficiently in their capacity,” the company said in its advertisement.

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In addition to the Liza Destiny FPSO, SBM Offshore has also been contracted by ExxonMobil to build and operate the Liza Unity FPSO for the already approved Liza Phase 2 Development. Following government approvals for the third development in Guyana at Payara, SBM Offshore will proceed from the FEED stage to build the Prosperity FPSO, Guyana’s third oil production vessel.

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The company has also signed a Long-Term Agreement with ExxonMobil covering potential future FPSO orders for Guyana.

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