Posted September 28, 2017 by Blog AdministratorPetroLMI News
PetroLMI has launched an additional feature to Career Explorer, its unique career planning tool, which now allows users to not only search and compare more than 100 occupations in the oil and gas industry, but link directly to relevant job postings on the Government of Canada’s Job Bank website.
Job postings listed on Job Bank can be searched through Career Explorer by job title, type of work and location.
“This added feature allows job seekers to not only consider a new career or a career change, but allows them to ... Continue reading
Posted September 26, 2017 by Blog AdministratorLabour Market Information, PetroLMI News
As the oil and gas industry transforms itself to become sustainable in a lower commodity price environment, it is experiencing some notable shifts in labour force requirements, a skills mismatch and a shrinking labour force, according to two studies released today by PetroLMI, a Division of Enform.
“The downturn in the oil and gas industry that began in late 2014 has created a structural shift and a refocus – from one of growth to operational performance improvements and it is having significant implications for labour productivity improvements, hiring practices, the types of... Continue reading
Posted March 30, 2017 by Blog AdministratorLabour Market Information, Labour News, PetroLMI News
2017 is expected to be a pivotal year for Canada’s oil and gas industry, setting the stage for industry activity and job recovery over the next five years, according to the Labour Market Outlook 2017 to 2021 for Canada’s Oil and Gas Industry report, released today by PetroLMI, a Division ... Continue reading
Posted March 29, 2017 by Blog AdministratorCareer Planning, PetroLMI News
PetroLMI has launched an expansion to its Career Explorer, a unique online career planning tool, which allows users to browse, search and compare more than 100 occupations in the oil and gas industry, as well as explore their transferable skills to other occupations and other industry sectors.
“With some positive momentum in the oil and gas sector, this tool can help job seekers match their skills and qualifications to a number of occupations in the industry. It can also help oil and gas workers determine what competen... Continue reading
Posted February 13, 2017 by Blog AdministratorLabour Market Information, Labour News, PetroLMI News
Over the next four years, Canada’s oil sands companies are expected to require another 6,650 workers in oil sands construction, maintenance and operations as projects that are currently under construction move into production. While the construction workforce is expected to contract as those expansion projects come to an end, workers currently in oil sands construction may be able to transfer into maintenance jobs. The skills for industrial construction and for maintenance work overlap and allow for transferability and mobility between the two. Occupations that support these maintenan... Continue reading