Aberdeen energy service company Senergy said yesterday it would be creating up to 80 jobs before the end of May due to growing demand for its services.
The firm expects around two-thirds of the new posts to be in the north-east, where it already employs about 400 people in a 700-strong workforce. Chief operating officer Alasdair Buchanan said: “Our continued success across all our areas of specialist services and technical expertise is providing Senergy with a solid platform to ensure future growth.”
The company has offices in the UK, Scandinavia, the Middle East, Australia, South East Asia and the Americas. Over the past nine months, it has recruited 121 new staff into roles across the business, including 80 at offices in Aberdeen, Banchory and Alford.