Yea, get used to that. I've been rejected three times in the 5 years I've tried to get hired by PCL. You never are told anything as to why the rejection.I applied to Princess Cruises.
Found out today they rejected my application with no reason given. Just some follow through with the board
I have considered off shore rig work before and frequently check Rigzone.com, but lately I have noticed that there are "offshore" requirements or experience needed before applying is even an option. I am 53 and at the end of an ambulance career. I maintain my NREMT-P, but haven't been on a truck in 2.5 years. When my former company had a R. I. F. and began combining departments (laying off managers) I took a job as a state employee. Currently working as a Safety Consultant III for the state and the agency I work for is less than desirable. I really want to move on. I like the idea of being at work for a set amount of time and then being off the same (21 on and 21 off) etc. This would give me more time to care for my father and help my mother.I applied right after they started using Paramedics a few years ago. They loved my qualifications, but the pay just wasn't what I wanted. I'm working offshore, 21 days on 21 days off making 60+/yr depending on assignment even more with benefits. I'm the only medical person onboard so I do it all here. Maybe if my assignment went away and I was going to take a 20K/yr pay cut I would re-apply. If anyone is looking for Remote Medical work, look offshore.
I keep hearing this, google is not my friend with any info. How did you find out? PM me if you wanna update of info, have some contacts UK wise that have done several contracts.Also it looks like Royal Caribbean are following suit and will be looking to employ ship medics too. viva la revolution