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Decemeber 2022

Energy Professionals Virtual Hiring Event

The Society of Petroleum Engineers – Gulf Coast Section is pleased to inform you that it is organizing the 12th semi-annual Energy Professionals Virtual Hiring Event for professionals of energy and upstream oil & gas disciplines. The Hiring Event will be held online and will take place on April 18, 2023. The Hiring Event is one of the most remarkable happenings that bring together experienced & talented professionals with employers and recruiters from various sectors “virtually under one roof”, thereby serving as the platform for open and vast-ranging employment opportunities.

The SPE-GCS will be partnering with Texas Workforce Solutions and over 30 other professional organizations to make this event inclusive and representative of the industry segment. Registration is currently open for Employers, Sponsors, and Government Agencies.  Experienced oil and gas professionals who are members of one of the collaborating organizations can participate in the event as jobseekers. For the first time ever, the Hiring Event will be free for both employers and job seekers.   For more information about the event, location, time, registration, participants, visit our website.

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October 2022

June 2022

February 2022

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to Hire New Division Director, Coastal Sciences

Learn more about this opportunity and apply here: https://lnkd.in/dMhDS6kD. Application deadline: February 12, 2022. 

January 2022

The NOAA Marine Debris Program Releases its 2021 Accomplishments Report

The NOAA Marine Debris Program (MDP) is proud to present our 2021 Accomplishments Report. The MDP, through its collaborative partnerships, made significant progress toward reducing the impacts of marine debris during the 2021 fiscal year (FY) by expanding grant programs to prevent and remove marine debris, supporting the response to the 2021 hurricane season, and advancing justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion in program activities, among other efforts.

The FY 2021 Accomplishments Report highlights the accomplishments of the program across its ten regions, as well as in the areas of research, monitoring and detection, response, and education and outreach, and previews upcoming projects to remove, prevent, and research marine debris.