Offshore Housekeeping Jobs
Offshore housekeeping jobs are yet another way the inexperienced or entry level worker can
find themselves beginning a great career offshore. If you have worked as a housekeeper or janitor before,
it is pretty easy to qualify in the same capacity with one of the offshore catering contractors. A prudent
choice that many make is to take a job offshore as a cleaner or housekeeper, make contacts, and move up the
ladder once something better becomes available.
Housekeepers offshore have pretty much the same duties as their onshore counterparts. Making
beds, cleaning rooms, doing the laundry, maintaining and stocking the bathrooms, and cleaning the common areas are
typcial duties. Floor care, to include mopping, waxing and buffing are also common
As you gain time and experience as an offshore housekeeper, you will often have the opportunity to move up the ladder. Many go
on to supply room jobs, kitchen jobs, or even roustabout jobs. There is really no limits to what you can do
offshore once you have your foot in the door.
Offshore housekeeper wages will range from the mid 40s to mid 50s.
Getting Hired for Offshore Housekeeping
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.
If the prospect of getting hired on as an offshore housekeeping job is something that appeals to you, you can learn how and
where to apply at http://OilJobsGuide.com for an offshore housekeeping job.
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.
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