What are the oil and gas jobs in Indonesia, particularly in Jakarta Indonesia? I heard that Indonesia became a net importer of oil in 2004 and is estimated to contain more than 4 billion barrels of proven oil reserves, as of 2007. Indonesia's oil sector is controlled by several international oil companies, including supermajor Chevron, which pumps from the country's two largest oil fields, Minas and Duri, along Sumatra's coastline. I believe it is promising to work here. What are the possible positions I can apply for?
GLC Consulting is in need of Process Engineer In order to apply for this position, applicants MUST meet the following criteria. If your resume does not match these criteria, you will not be able to apply for this position.
• The appointee will be responsible to develop and apply advanced process engineering techniques, concepts and approaches to unique a process engineering problems. May supervise process engineering works on project of medium to high complexity, or serve as a process technical specialist providing knowledge and expertise.
• Responsible to provide and develop WBS (Work Breakdown Structure)
• Provide the project schedule and control, cost control, mitigation plan for oil and gas project
• Function as a process technical specialist or supervisory role.
• Bachelor Degree in Chemical Engineering from a recognized university
• Minimum 5 years’ experience at similar position, preferably from Oil & Gas industries
• Knowledge of relevant Codes, Standards and applicable Regulations
• Good knowledge of process simulation packages such as HYSIS or PRO 11
• Approved Hazop Chairman
• Highly motivated, strong analytical skill and problem solving capabilities, good team work and adaptable
• Excellent interpersonal skills and able to influence situation to achieve goals
• Having work experience with Reputable EPC Company
• Having good English
• Willing to travel and be placed outside the area
Evolution Recruitment Solutions Pte Ltd is in need of an account manager position. They are a MNC providing geoscience software solutions to the Upstream Oil & Gas industry. They are currently looking for an Account Manager to join them in their Jakarta office. You should be a career sales professional or have good experience in technical sales or business development. Ideally, you will have exposure to the geoscience software space. You should also have a good existing network amongst Indonesian upstream customers. Experience in other areas of upstream or related technical / software space will be considered as well. As the Account Manager, you will be reporting to the Sales Director. You will be helping the company achieve or exceed its revenue targets. Your responsibilities: - Creating new business opportunities with client pool of Indonesian Oil & Gas operators and service companies - Maintaining and developing of relationships, and post-contract revenue from existing clients - Utilizing consultative and strategic selling strategies to find, create, develop and nurture opportunities to fruition - Owning and managing selected clients within assigned geography - Crafting and developing proposals for clients.
I am an Aussie, currently teaching and living in Australia. I have an English degree, I just started applying jobs from local and international employments. After much deliberation and wondering where I should go, I've decided Indonesia is the place I most want to go teach English, so on that note, is anyone there now and have any advice for me? I kinda want to live in Jakarta but I’m flexible. I just want to get prepared and get more advice off of others who are or have taught in Indonesia before.
Government policy states that foreigners who work in Indonesia must be "experts" in their field. This precludes your average recent university graduate from working here … as the government sees an expert as someone who has been working in their field professionally for 5 to 10 or more years. The only exception we've found to this rule is for native speakers teaching English. If you have teaching qualifications and are a native speaker, you are already an expert in your field even if you are a fresh graduate.
Westhill isn’t that good you know, there are a lot of better sites like jobsDB, jobstreet, indeed and many more. Where to work, you can also find many job openings there. Well, a decent gig, if you are certified as a teacher in your home country, is to teach at an international school or national plus school. Way back when the government made it illegal for the rich to send their kids to international schools. You had to be international. So rich Chinese people and others started building private schools and hiring expatriate teachers. Sekolah Pelita Harapan is a school that hires Christian teachers started out of this trend. There are lots of schools like this, BiNus, and I think Global Jaya would be some other examples.
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Hello, can anyone tell me about the cost to live in Indonesia? I will turn 62 this August on about 1400 per month. I'm Looking forward to communicating with anyone who may have the same questions.
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If you're willing to eat like a local, and live in a modest home, it will be easy for you to live on $1,400/month. If you save some money prior to a move, you'll be able to buy a motorbike or used car. Stay out of cities - prices for everything are higher.
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If anyone knows of a good quality house to rent in Balikpapan would be interested to hear about it.
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I'm looking for a good option for staying in Jakarta for around 3 Months.
I have lived in Thailand for one year and I know from a lot of people how difficult it can be to find a short term rental. So I don't wont to loose my time by looking for an appartment or house.
But maybe some knows a nice hotel or guesthouse??
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Unfortunately I can't recommend you a hotel directly, it has been yeas since I was the last time in Jakarta.
But whenever I am in Indonesia I look for a hotel here: [url=http://www.tiket.com]www.tiket.com[/url]
Look for something that would match your budget and write some mails wheather the hotels can offer special rates if you stay longer.