GCG is excited to announce a new shutdown project commencing soon in the Western Australia oil and gas industry, which requires an expanded team of experienced and passionate occupational hygienists.

Our Western Australian team consists of leading experts in their respective fields. They are selected for their experience, credentials, and performance. Our skilled Occupational Hygienist professional thoroughly enjoy working alongside clients to forge lasting bonds and are able to find practical solutions to complex problems.

We are looking for Occupational Hygienists with oil and gas experience for a contract role in Western Australia.

Should you be the business partner we are looking for, we will fly you in and provide accomodation and extras for the duration of the project if you are not based in Western Australia.

For this project, we require Occupational Hygieniests with the following skills:

· Technical Occupational Hygiene experience and ability to solve complex problems
· Previous oil and gas industry experience
· A willingness to thoroughly understand and navigate issues and work collaboratively

If you think you or your business would be a good fit to work with us, please email [email protected] and attach your CV or Capability Statement.

Brendan, GCG’s CEO, will step you through the partnership process and put you in touch with our technical hygienists to discuss the scope of works further.

As with any of our business partners or clients, this isn’t just a short term relationship. If you value what we do and like working with us this arrangement is likely to become a long-term mutual relationship.

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