Alamo Colleges will train field technicians and engineers that will earn approximately $15-20/hr. Learn more in the video below:
Eagle Ford Shale Jobs News
The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas reported that oil & gas companies in the 11th district, which includes Texas, expect further growth in 2014.
Texas respondents indicated particularly strong activity levels in energy, which means the Eagle Ford Job market will remain robust.
The Fed also noted demand for oilfield services was steady even though the rig count had fallen in response to more wells being drilled per rig. [Read more…]
For the first time, PetroEd® is providing access to the industry’s most popular on-line oilfield education courses–without cost–to qualifying students through the Open Petroleum Education Network (OPEN™).
The courses in OPEN are chalk-full of engaging multimedia, 3d animations and interactive learning that resonates with today’s generation of visual learners. [Read more…]
Earlier this year we wrote a series of stories about the federal government’s efforts to regulate the training of commercial motor vehicle (CMV) operators. For 28 years, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has attempted to standardize training requirements for entry level drivers (ELDT). [Read more…]
Martin Midstream has purchased the last available Port of Corpus Christi property on Harbor Island.
The company will construct a $550 million LPG plant on the 245 acre property. The facility could be completed in the next three years and will employ hundreds during construction and 50 full-time positions once completed. Add those to the already booming Eagle Ford jobs market. [Read more…]
Even those who are not in the trucking industry have an inkling of an idea about the driver shortage. Ads for jobs for holders of commercial driver’s licenses pepper the newspaper classifieds. Recruitment ads fill television and computer screens not to mention the Job Board on this site, suggesting to even the casual viewer that drivers are in demand. [Read more…]