Thinking about a career in the oil and natural gas industry?
Thinking about a career in the oil and natural gas industry? Whether you have a high school diploma, possess a college degree or are in the middle of a career transition, America’s oil and natural gas industry needs you. There is no better time to join an America’s oil and natural gas industry than right now. Increasing demand for energy and current employees nearing retirement has created an unprecedented opportunity. One out of four current engineers, geoscientists, multi-skilled maintenance professionals, process and production operators, and health and safety professionals are currently eligible for retirement. There are many opportunities to advance to other exciting, challenging, and responsible positions. America’s oil and natural gas industry needs your skills, your spirit, and your commitment to meet America’s demand for energy.
There's a career for you in the oil and natural gas industry. Oil & Gas Workforce connects you with opportunities for jobs, education, certification and training in this growing industry. Have you found your calling?
Welcome to Veterans Energy Pipeline, an on-line application designed to help connect veterans with top jobs in the oil and natural gas industry.
A vast opportunity exists for the oil and natural gas industry to attract, retain, and develop life long careers for women and minorities. Nearly 1.3 million job opportunities are projected in the oil & gas and petrochemical industries through 2030. Women and minority workers represent a critically vital and available talent pool to help meet the demands of the projected growth and expansion.
America’s oil and natural gas industry has great opportunities for returning veterans. Companies have an immediate need for entry-level and experienced workers such as welders, engineers, technicians, geologists, electricians, and many other professionals.
The Rockies Energy Workforce Collaborative is a task force that meets quarterly to identify and link common interests and goals of the energy industry, education, and state workforce systems in Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.
The Oilfield Training Program is a unique educational partnership between America’s oil and natural gas industry and the Carville Job Corps Academy in Carville, Louisiana. The program trains students in the basics of the oil and natural gas industry and prepares them for entry-level positions.