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IADC Career Connection holds job fair at Fort Hood

Posted on 05 February 2008

The event was “well worth the effort, and we are looking forward to the next IADC-sponsored military recruiting event,” said Jim Ayers, Noble Corp recruiter.

Other participating companies were: Bandera Drilling, ENSCO International, Grey Wolf Drilling, Nabors International, Norton Energy Drilling, Patterson-UTI Drilling Company, Pinnergy Ltd, Premium Drilling, Pride International, Rig Boss, Rowan Companies, Sandia Drilling Company, Scorpion Offshore, Transocean, Union Drilling and Unit Drilling.
The job fair was held in partnership with the Army Career Alumni Program (ACAP), which provides job assistance to returning military as they transition to civilian life.

 

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