Want A Gas Job? Opportunity Abounds

Not everyone is cut out for a job in the gas industry. But opportunity abounds for those who have the skills and flexibility companies are looking for. They’re always looking for truck drivers, roughnecks, derrick hands, soil scientists, equipment operators, sales representatives, cement mixers, land agents and more. A job-seeker who is trained and is willing to travel stands an even better chance of being hired. Some 47% of the gas industry’s workforce consists of jobs that do not require a degree: general labor (20%), heavy equipment operators (17%), and commercial driver’s license truckers (10%).Seneca Highlands Career & Technical Center, in partnership with the Potter County Education Council, has been approved as a ShaleNET Training Partner. This brings pre-employment programs at little or no cost to area residents. A federal initiative, ShaleNET supports recruitment, training, placement, and retention in high-demand occupations. Anyone interested in enrolling, interviewing graduates, or learning more should call (814) 545-1333.

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