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Your guide to become a Rig Manager in Malaysia

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Who is a Rig Manager?

An oil rig manager is the leader in a drilling operation.

An oil rig manager is the leader in a drilling operation. His job is to oversee the crew’s work and resolve any problems and issues that might occur from time to time. A rig operates on 12-hour shifts and typically workers do 14 days and then rotate out for a break for another 14 days.

An oil rig manager is the leader in a drilling operation. His job is to oversee the crew’s work and resolve any problems and issues that might occur from time to time. A rig operates on 12-hour shifts and typically workers do 14 days and then rotate out for a break for another 14 days.

The pros & cons of being a Rig Manager:

Pros

High potential earnings

Be a leader and decision-maker in a group of worker

Have a chance to travel

Does not require postgraduate qualification

Cons

Job may require long and irregular work hours

Requires constant training and certification

Not suited to people who prefer deskjobs

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