The National Employment Service (SNE) in the state of Campeche reported that the company COTEMAR began with the recruitment of 600 workers from Tabasco to work in the oil sector in Campeche, both on the platforms and on land.
The head of Business Coordination of the SNE, Adriana Marín Morales, said that the jobs offered to Tabasco workers range from rope maneuvering staff to welders, with wages ranging from $7, 500 to $20,000 pesos a month.
In an interview, she explained that at least four more energy companies, which will be working for the winners of the energy reform tenders, are going to carry out recruitments in Tabasco as well, but she did not specify the dates or the number of jobs that will be offered.
She added that the company COTEMAR will carry out a personnel pre-employment activity.
“From March 5 to 16, the company COTEMAR has been conducting a massive recruitment process for workers with a minimum of three years’ proven experience,” she said.
She indicated that the working days in the case of platforms or “offshore” will be of cycles consisting of 14 days of work and 14 days off.
She added that COTEMAR also opened the recruitment process in Oaxaca, but assured that it confirmed that the first option are the workers from Tabasco due to the vast experience they have working in the oil industry.
Those who manage to pass the first phase of recruitment, are supported by COTEMAR to travel with all expenses paid to Campeche to continue with the contracting procedures of law, and in case they are not accepted, the company will pay for their ticket back home.
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