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Nabi/KCL Oilfield Construction Services Guyana has advertised for a number of construction equipment operator positions as it gears up to begin construction of the head office of ExxonMobil Guyana, operator at the 6.6 million acres Stabroek Block.

The positions, totaling eight, include backhoe operator, man-lift operator, rough terrain crane operator, mini-excavator operator and dumper operator. The advertisement which appeared on the Centre for Local Business Development’s Facebook page, outlines the requirements for applicants interested in the positions which include safety training and a license to operate the equipment relative to the position being applied for.

An official of Nabi/KCL Oilfield Construction Services Guyana on Tuesday confirmed to OilNOW that the vacancies advertised are directly related to the ExxonMobil headquarters construction project. “Any vacancies advertised will be directly related to the ExxonMobil head office construction project,” the official said, urging local persons to be on the lookout for more vacancies being posted in the near future, both online and in the print media.

The Guyana-Trinidad and Tobago joint venture secured the contract for the construction of ExxonMobil’s new head office to be located at Ogle, East Coast Demerara.

ExxonMobil’s in-country office complex will be constructed on a green field 15-acre site comprising two buildings, associated infrastructure and a net-zero energy footprint.

“NABI/KCL is honoured to undertake this prestigious project for ExxonMobil Guyana and commend the emphasis on local content. We stand committed to growing local companies while delivering this project in accordance with the standards of Safety and Quality that the company is synonymous with,” the joint venture had stated in a press release following the award of the contract.

The complex will be constructed on land adjacent to the Ogle Airport on the outskirts of Georgetown.

Nabi/KCL Oilfield Construction Services Guyana (JV) is a Guyanese-led Joint Venture of two of the leading construction firms in the Caribbean: NABi Construction Inc. (Guyana) and Kee-Chanona Limited (Trinidad), headquartered in Georgetown, Guyana, SA.

The joint venture company during 2019 had invited suppliers and contractors to submit expressions of interest for opportunities in the areas of civil works, the supply of pre-stressed concrete piles, general building works, air conditioning, electrical works, plumbing, elevator installation, supply of generators, solar panels, landscaping, fencing, security among others services.

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