Some say October others say November, but everyone agrees on something, Mount Vema D-Day is near. With more divers being recruited than ever before and a worldwide campaign to recruit Foremen is a clear indication that construction is about to start. Some have waited 12 years for this moment.
The whole world is talking about it, but among the participants, no one is talking, although you can just feel it in the air. For security and the safety of everyone travelling, employers must ensure communications are monitored. Unless you work for VSBCnews and you have access to press releases, the government and top managers are not saying anything until construction starts and the Vema Seamount Authority signals the greenlight.
As the Vema Seamount Authority opens one curtain after the other that shows thousands of direct and indirect jobs being created across the world, it became clearer yesterday when W-Contractors launched its latest campaign to recruit Construction Foreman for Handy Deed to work on building projects over Vema Seamount.
The foremen will coordinate operations and oversee workers at the construction sites, and as the point of reference of both workers and supervisors, they will be the key people for the completion of projects.
Handy Deed is looking for men and women with solid background in the field, leadership skills and extensive experience with the ability to direct the work of others and make quick decisions. They must favor safety above everything else.