RigZone Job Posting Site

Rigzone

May 31st, 2019

RigZone is a job posting site and career network for the oil and gas industry. It enables employers to reach a targeted audience of over two million candidates across the globe.

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Pricing:

Plan Name

Pricing Option

Single Credit Job Posting

$550.00

Intro Package

$990.00

Standard Subscription

Quote only

Featured Subscription

Quote only

How to Post a Job on RigZone:

  1. Log in to your Rigzone account, hover over the Recruiters tab and select "Post Job."
  2. Enter your company details, job description, salary, qualifications etc.
  3. Select "Preview" to review your job posting. When you are satisfied, click "Save Job" to publish your posting.

Key Information:

Founder

David W. Kent

Founded

1999

Headquarters

Houston, TX

CEO

Art Zeile

Number of Employees

50-200

Phone Number

1 (281) 345-4040

Address

14531 FM 529 Suite 225, Houston, Texas 77095

Website

www.rigzone.com

FAQs:

What is RigZone?

RigZone is a job posting site and career network for the oil and gas industry that reaches around two million candidates globally.

How can I create a RigZone job posting account?

On the Rigzone homepage, click "Recruiters." Select "Post a Job" on the drop-down menu. You will be directed to the "Products & Pricing" page. Select a subscription plan, and click "Create an Account" on the pop-up box. On the next page, complete the online form and click "Create My Rigzone Membership" at the bottom. You can now post a job.

How can I edit a RigZone job posting?

From your RigZone dashboard, click on "Jobs." Select the job you would like to edit. When you're happy with your changes, click "Save Job."

How can I delete a RigZone job posting?

From your RigZone dashboard, click on "Jobs." Select the job you would like to delete and click the "Delete" icon next to it to deactivate your posting.

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