GYSBI set to hire more locals to support Gas-to-Energy project

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Locals looking to find jobs in Guyana’s oil sector will have an opportunity as the Guyana Shore Base Inc (GYSBI) is set to host a career fair on July 9. 

The event will take place at the West Demerara Secondary School with more than 11 positions available. 

According to GYSBI, the company is looking to employ locals, to support a component of the Gas to Energy Project. 

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Gomatie Gangadin, Public Relations Manager of GYSBI said that the company is desirous of hiring people from that region since it is there that the project will be based.  

“Our goal has always been to create opportunities for Guyanese in all facets of our operations and this career fair is geared towards doing exactly that. This project will be executed in Region Three where the Gas to Energy project is being undertaken and as such, we would like to provide employment to persons who are living there,” she said.  

The activity will also provide the opportunity for GYSBI to scope out the skillsets and expertise, which are available in the region, for future employment opportunities on the project.  

“So, there are numerous positions that we will be hiring persons to fill directly but it will also give us an idea of what are some of the skills we have over here that we can utilize or tap into when other opportunities open up,” the GYBSI representative noted. 

Interested applicants are asked to walk with their résumé, any academic certificates, a copy of a valid form of ID, and one passport-sized photograph.

GYSBI provides services for the oil and gas industry in Guyana. It is currently the country’s premier shore base supplying a range of integrated services.

It supports a range of clients across its 140-acre development, with highly trained staff, and services compliant with international standards and best practices. It has also been dedicated to the recruitment, development, and retention of Guyanese talent.


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