This is a specific page for job seekers to register for a specific entry time for this event. If you arrived to this page directly, we recommend that you learn more about the event on the Registration Summary Page here, and on the event website here before proceeding. All job seekers must have completed minimum of bachelors degree and gained full time employment post graduation. The 8:30 time slot is full. Please register for your choice of 10 a.m., 11 a.m. or noon start time by clicking one of the links below. Registration is closed as of 5 p.m. 3/24/2019. NO WALK-INS.
PART 1: FILL OUT THE USUAL INFORMATION ON THE REGISTRATION FORM
Job seeker registration consists of three parts. First, click on the “Register” button at right, and provide the usual name and address information. Please note that completing all three registration parts is required. No walk-ins will be allowed. If the 10:00 a.m. time slot is full, click on one of the remaining slots below.
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PART 2: DESIGNATE YOUR MEMBERSHIP(S) IN THE COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS
To attend the Hiring Event, you must be a member of at least one of the collaborating organizations listed below. In the field labeled “Member of Collaborating Organization” at the bottom of the registration form, please indicate which organization(s) you belong to. Ctrl+Click to select more than one. At least one of your memberships will be validated, after which you will receive a confirmation notice via email. Print the confirmation and bring it with you on March .
PART 3: UPLOAD YOUR RESUME BY MARCH 24
In preparation for this event, job seekers must upload their resumes to the SPE-GCS website. Before you attempt to do so, we strongly urge you to read all of the detailed instructions that you can see by clicking here. For example, you will see that the field labeled “Title” is actually expecting you to enter your last name and first name, separated by a comma. Also note that Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V work better than Copy and Paste on most browsers. Once you have read the instructions, proceed to upload your resume by clicking here. Note that uploaded resumes will only remain in the system for 90 days, at most. If it has been longer than 90 days since your last resume upload, you must do it again.
The deadline for your resume upload is March 24, 2019. If you have not uploaded your resume by then, your registration will be cancelled. This is because the employers must have adequate lead time before the March 26th event to review the resumes to help them focus on job seekers who are well matched to their job openings.
OTHER RECOMMENDED PREPARATIONS
Review the list of participating employers on this page and check their websites for job openings. The logos are hot linked to their websites. We update the list regularly, as new employers register for a booth. Bring enough copies of your resume for each of the companies that you plan to visit.
Also, don’t miss the excellent video presentation from long-time recruiter, Ramesh Anand, entitled, “Job Fair: Fare Well or Farewell”. He has shared many useful tips about how to maximize your effectiveness at job fairs. Click here to watch the video.
THE RECRUITER PANEL DISCUSSION
“Early-bird” registration for the 8:30 entry time entitles you to admission to the recruiter panel discussion from 8:30 – 10:00 a.m. Here are the headlines (below). More detail can be found on the event website here.
A panel discussion entitled "Preparing for the Upturn" will also be held as part of the hiring event. The seminar will be held before the job fair and seating will be limited to first 66 people who register.
The Oil & Gas industry has changed dramatically over the past 5 yrs. While this has presented opportunities for many, it has also left many professionals behind and in the unemployment lines. Which begs questions such as: what does the future of the industry look like? Where and when will the next ‘upturn’ happen? Will there be another ‘upturn’ at all? Speakers will be asked to address…
- What professions will be in demand in the future? What can be done now to prepare for them?
- What specifically draws attention of recruiters and hiring managers to a particular job applicant?
- What alternative career or life paths might be considered in the meantime?
This will be an interactive discussion from 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. followed by a Q/A session from 9:30 – 10:00 a.m.