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Saturday, January 31, 2015

Some Ugandans have asked me how to get jobs with Oil Companies. You can read for yourselves.

Some of you did not notice that I was posting about education a lot.  Then I was posting about Immigration including the new Canadian Express Visa for work.  The ones who pay attention will realise that all is interconnected.  If you choose not to read, then you cannot blame the world for not trying to help you.

Below are some links to get you started if you think you got what they need and ask for.  I was hired before finishing school so I do not have a lot of advice about how to do this thing for Ugandans.  I am hoping that if you find your way to an Internet Cafe and you read, there could be something for you.  In reality, Reading is the Key.  NOPE, I am not paid to recruit anyone and I do not promote anyone company.  However, Information is all you need and it really is your life.  Here you go:

Imperial Oil Ltd. is a Canadian Oil Company which is owned by Exxonmobil 60.7%.  That is the company that hired me while I was at University of Toronto.  Here is their website.
http://www.imperialoil.ca/Canada-English/workingwithus.aspx

Exxonmobil is the biggest Oil company in the world.  They took over some departments from Imperial Oil Ltd.  and I ended up under this company.  Hey, I do not promote or get paid for this information to share with you.  It is because I need Ugandans to expand their thinking and think outside the box.

Both Exxonmobil and Imperial Oil are among the best employers in the entire world.  You just have to think and read and learn and be willing to learn some more.  You make a mistake to ignore them.

http://corporate.exxonmobil.com/en/company/careers

Canada has many other big oil players.  For the sake of it, check these ones out too.

https://www.jdirving.com/jd-irving-careers-current-openings.aspx
http://www.shell.ca/en/aboutshell/careers-tpkg.html
http://www.suncor.com/en/careers/370.aspx
http://www.ultramarcst.ca/en/quebec/jobs/
http://slb.jobs/
http://careers.conocophillips.com/en/

By Martha Leah Zesaguli (Nangalama)
Moncton, Canada
Born and Raised in Uganda (Bududa District)

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