Oil & Gas Job Search Help BP Push to Recruit Upstream Professionals


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BP’s London (Sunbury) and Houston offices have signed up industry jobsite Oil and Gas Job Search to help meet their growing recruitment needs for upstream professionals.

Manchester, Greater Manchester (PRWEB) July 08, 2011
BP’s London (Sunbury) and Houston offices have signed up to the services provided by industry jobsite Oil and Gas Job Search to help meet their growing recruitment needs for upstream professionals.
The industry jobsite, which has 300,000 individual users generating over 3,000,000 monthly page views, will also provide banner advertising to assist sourcing industry professionals globally.
Oil and Gas Job Search has previously worked with BP whilst assisting with its acclaimed Global Careers Campaign.
Gareth Ford, Business Development Manager at Oil and Gas Job Search who is overseeing the relationship, comments: “We have always delivered strong return on investment for BP. With 80,000 global employees, there is great potential to extend our services to other departments and offices. This contract will allow Oil and Gas Job Search to continue to build a strong business relationship with BP.”
John Roberts Marketing Director at Oil and Gas Job Search comments: “We currently have a lot of exciting projects in the pipeline. The investment in developing the site and the client services team as well as establishing our presence on the ground in strategically important regions for the oil and gas industry such as Australia, Houston, the Middle East and Far East should result in many more announcements of this kind.”

Source: http://news.yahoo.com/oil-gas-job-search-help-bp-push-recruit

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