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Thursday, November 7, 2019

Valaris Offshore Drilling Job Vacancies | Saudi Arabia-UAE-USA-UK-Mexico



Valaris Careers & Jobs. With decades of experience and a commitment to efficiency, capability and ingenuity, our sights are set on a bold future – one built with purpose and backed with the world’s most technologically advanced offshore drilling operations. Valaris was created by the combination of two leading offshore drillers with decades of experience and knowledge to create the most capable, effective and highest performing offshore drilling service company in the world. We provide drilling services across all water depths with unmatched scale, geographic presence and customer relationships. Ensco Rowan Job
• Company/Organization: Valaris plc
• Job Location: U.A.E, USA, UK, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, Gulf of Mexico
• Nationality: Any
• Qualification: Bachelor Degree/Diploma/High School
• Salary: Not Disclosed
• Experience: Minimum 1 to 2 Years

        Assistant Driller

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     Middle East & Africa-Saudi Arabia
     Job Posting:Oct 22, 2019 - Requisition ID 13257
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