The jobs directory features hundreds of jobs in the shale and natural gas industry. You won’t have to shuffle through jobs that aren’t natural gas related. Every job on the site serves some purpose in the natural gas industry.
Whether you are an engineer, roustabout, a roughneck, a geologist, a marketer, a manager, a driller, a truck driver, an administrative assistant, a salesman, an accountant, an educator, or one of the other essential fields that serve the industry, ShaleStuff.com has you covered. You will find jobs in Texas, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, Louisiana, Colorado, California, Canada, and places as far reaching as Denmark.
You don’t have to be driller or work on a rig to find a lucrative career in the industry. There are many jobs that support the actual natural gas extraction. You will find these supplemental jobs right along with the drilling site jobs available.
Rookies and veteran oil and gas employees will find a workplace to call home on ShaleStuff.com. The jobs featured require a variety of experience levels from entry level to 20-plus years of industry experience.
Some of the companies featured include: BP, Hess, Encana, Nexen, Chesapeake, Penn State, Repsol, MSA, Modern Transportation, Chevron, Shell, and many others.
Employers can post jobs at any time for a small fee of $25. However, you can post your job for FREE between now and October 31 by using the code FREEME at checkout.
While you are checking out the jobs directory, why not post your resume. You never know who may take a look at it and offer you the opportunity you have been looking for.
The average weekly income for a worker in oil and gas extraction is $1,576, according to the latest jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That’s a 21% increase from July 2007 – before the recession and the oil and gas booms in places like North Dakota and Pennsylvania.
The income for oil and gas workers is also the highest of any job in the BLS’s mining and logging category. In fact, it’s part of the reason that mining and logging is a higher paying industry sector than financial activities, according to the BLS.