Steward, Galley Hand and Housekeeping Jobs


Steward
The Steward position is in charge of the kitchen and housekeeping. On small rigs, he or she may fill in as head cook. The steward controls costs, takes inventory, and ensures that the laundry is done and the rooms are clean. He or she may have a crew of up to 10 kitchen and housekeeping personnel. Offshore Stewards salary will range from the mid 50s to mid 70s.

Galley Hand
If you have worked as a dishwasher or busboy in a Hotel or Restaurant for any decent amount of time, you can qualify of an Offshore Galley Hand job. This is a great way to get a foot in the door for those wishing to progress up to Chef or Head Cook – as on the mainland, many Offshore Chefs have gotten their start in the industry by starting at the bottom and working their way up. Offshore Galley Hand wages \ salary will range from the mid 40s to mid 50s.

Cleaning \ Housekeeping Staff
Generally speaking, anyone with mainland experience in a janitorial or housekeeping position, especially in industrial facilities or hotels, can qualify for offshore housekeeping jobs in the same capacity. It is not uncommon for people wanting to break into the industry to accept a cleaning or housekeeping job, get to know people, and then, when the opportunity arises, advancing into a position of greater responsibility. This could be a supply room job, a roustabout job, or moving up the ladder to become a maintenance supervisor. It is quite common for people to start in this sort of position and then make a career in the offshore oil industry, moving in whatever direction they choose. A great way to get the proverbial foot in the door. Offshore Janitorial and Cleaning \ Housekeeping wages \ salary will range from the mid 40s to mid 50s.

Getting Hired for Offshore Steward, Galley Hand and Housekeeping Jobs

If you don’t have previous offshore experience, your chances are improved if you have any kind of professional kitchen background. This can include experience as a cook, chef, baker, busboy and so on, If it is possible, the best way to land offshore cooking jobs or other oil rig jobs is to apply in person – there are many unadvertised jobs offshore. Obviously, the person whose face is in the office asking for work every week or two is going to stand out above all the other applicants.

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