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Singapore Oil & Gas - Managing Director

Posted By: mcashley

Date: Mon, 28 Apr 2008

Remuneration: Best Offer

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Multi million dollars MNC in Singapore specializing in environmental engineering plans to expand its operations & diversify its focus to Oil & Gas Extractions. To spearhead their operations, they urgently need a,
Managing Director
Work location: Singapore


Duties, responsibilities:
Spearhead & forming a new division specializing in Oil & Gas Extractions in the Asia Pacific Region (Operations Management / Business Development)
Qualifications:
Minimum University Degree or equivalent. (Preferred Engineering Degree from an accredited university or institution)


Preference:
Has relevant engineering expertise or management experience in the Oil & Gas Industry. Preferably with minimum 8 to 10 years working experience. Someone who is technically competent to manage extractions & drilling operations. (Oil & gas experience is crucial)


Remuneration:
Excellent remuneration plus incentives, allowances, bonuses & other fringe benefits. Salary will commensurate with experience and parameters will be provided upon initial information interview. Relocation will be considered.


Employer’s Plans:
The Company plans to expand & diversify its operations to be a leading generator of oil & gas. They strongly intend to be part of fossil fuel extraction. Plans are highly ambitious and would require highly qualified specialists with proven experience and skills. The employer intends to have a substantial entrance in to the oil & gas extraction industry. Be a fully integrated player. Invest in technology, both mainstream and alternative ones to deliver value. They aim to establish technological leadership in this segment of the value chain. They will have options of technology through parallel investments in power & energy.


Please email your CV in simple word format directly to mcashley@jobstall.com kindly indicate your current or expected salary. Thanks.
For more, please visit www.mcashley.com


Marc Surin
Executive Search Manager
Head Hunting Division
Mc Ashley Singapore



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