Offshore Jobs With No Experience Needed

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Ready for offshore jobs, but have no experience? If you have the right attitude and are willing to work hard to prove yourself out of the gate to it’s very possible for you to get started in this exciting industry.

To be honest you’re going to have to work twice as hard in your job hunt when you’re just starting out if you’ve never worked offshore before. Even if you’re the most reliable and dependable person out there, drilling companies are not going to know if you’ll be able to handle being offshore for weeks at a time.

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That’s why when you find an available entry level position, you take it.

The best advice for starting out

The best advice we can give you when you’re just starting out is to take absolutely any job that falls in your lap.

I don’t care if it’s working on the most decrepit oil platform out there – just do your tours, don’t complain, and viola: you now have offshore work experience.

For people looking for offshore jobs, no experience in the industry makes the job hunt harder. So of course you’re not going to get hired for your dream job you first go around. That simply doesn’t happen.

Take any advantage the world throws at you. Even if it is working onshore with a company who can promote you offshore, that can be a good foot in the door for you.

Depending on how hungry your for your first job, one option (if you live in the area) is to show up looking for entry level work in southern Louisiana in person. Of course, not everyone can do this, but if you do it will make things easier.

Where to look

Instead of applying directly at a company like Exxon, for your first time out you’re going to need to be more focused. What a lot of people don’t know about this industry is that the actual offshore drilling is done by third party companies.

These drilling companies are the places you need to go to look for your first offshore jobs. No experience on previous offshore rigs is much more common to these companies. They are your best bet to find entry-level offshore jobs.

The Next Step

You need to sign up for our jobs database and newsletter right now. If you have no previous experience working offshore we can show you the tricks to make sure the companies look at your resume, get you through your interviews, and help you get your first offshore job.

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Bryan Rehm June 25, 2013 at 3:57 pm

My name is Bryan Rehm. I am an honest, dependable, quick learner. I currently work for BnL Propane in Hurricane Utah I have 2 years of oilfield experience as a pumper and salt water disposal plant operator. Although it has been since 2009 that I was in the oilfield I feel I can pick right back up on the things I learned. I also weld, operate equipment such as loaders, forklifts, telehandlers, skid steers, ect. I have a strong work ethic and would take any position to work offshore I would like to relocate to Texas I just need a chance. Thank you. Easiest to reach me on my cell phone. 435-467-2924

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deon termaine may July 2, 2013 at 9:18 pm

very interested in this job

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Burtik Dmitry July 3, 2013 at 10:16 am

Good Day. I am Burtik Dmitry. All my seaman life I work on VLCC. My age is 31, currently rank is 2nd mate and I like break with merchant fleet and start work on Offshore fleet in your good company. I am hard worker with good discipline. I have good appraisal and recommendations after each contract. I like to see my future with your company. Please, if I’m interested for you, contact with me by email or by phone +380508731630 or 89086891371. Thank You.

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Gregory davis July 5, 2013 at 5:32 pm

Forklift 1/20/1995
FORKLIFT HEAVY EQUIP. OPERATOR

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