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Offshore Scaffolding Jobs

For offshore scaffolding jobs, previous offshore experience isn’t mandatory, but having previous scaffolding experience is. Offshore Scaffolding jobs are essentially the same as their land-based counterparts; erecting scaffolding structures from tubes and boards in order to work at height. 

Offshore scaffolding is typically erected either to maintain and repair existing structures or to perform modifications and add to existing structures, or even to build new ones. 

Offshore scaffolders aren't typically tied to any one rig; they will usually be employed by an offshore drilling contractor who will have them move from rig-to-rig on a project specific basis.

Offshore Scaffolding Job Wages

Pay is generally very good for offshore scaffolding jobs, with salaries in the the upper 50s to low 60s, a great deal better than the land-based scaffolding positions

Getting Hired For Offshore Scaffolding Jobs

If the prospect of getting hired on as an offshore scaffolder is something that appeals to you, you can learn how and where to apply for offshore scaffolding jobs with The Oil and Gas Jobs Resource Kit.

If you are in the U.S., the fastest method of getting hired is usually applying in person at the catering contractors in Houston, TX and Lafayette, LO. 

Most of the mid to large companies have online applications.  You can do this one at a time, or utilize the services of a company such as Rigworker, which will forward your resume to around 1200 energy and drilling companies, after ensuring that your resume meets the format that these companies typically prefer. 

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