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Petrochemical Panelman/Boardman M/F

Vacancy details

General information


As an international subsidiary of the SPIE group specializing in the energy sector, SPIE Oil & Gas Services has been working at the heart of energy production infrastructures for several decades, designing, installing, starting up and maintaining them, while ensuring the best possible conditions in terms of safety, costs, lead times and quality.

With around 3,100 employees of 70 different nationalities working in about 30 countries in Europe, Africa, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East, SPIE Oil & Gas Services offers its customers from the oil, gas and renewable energy industries sustainable solutions in the following areas: well delivery & management, projects, engineering & construction, assessment & competency development, commissioning & start-up, operations, maintenance & asset integrity.

With around 45,500 employees and a strong local presence, SPIE achieved in 2020 consolidated revenues of €6.6 billion and consolidated EBITA of €339 million.



Position description

Job title

Petrochemical Panelman/Boardman M/F

Contract type

Permanent contract

Contractual hours

Full time

Employee Status


Job description

  • To provide expert technical and emergency guidance and support for COMPANY panelmen/boardman, for the specific process units.
  • Ensuring COMPANY to perform the tasks as per the approved procedures.


Experienced Petrochemical Panelman/Boardman in the following areas:

• HDPE High-Density Polyethylene.
• LLDPE Linear Low-Density Polyethylene
• PP Polypropylene.
• EOEG Ethylene Oxide Ethylene Glycol.

Position location



Candidate criteria

Minimum level of experience required

10 years or more

Required authorisations

Minimum 10 years’ experience in Petrochemical plant operation.

Good level of written and spoken English.


English (C-Professional working proficiency)

Our ambition

Combining our differences

"SPIE Oil & Gas Services is committed to promote diversity. This position is opened to people with disabilities.