Shell has contracted oilandgaspeople.com to recruit a panel for an exciting research project. The panel will be made up of end users of lubricants and oils and we are keen to talk to anyone involved in the supply chain or decision-making process regarding oils and lubricants.
Maybe you use them every day and know their qualities, maybe you’re part of or lead a team, where identifying and applying the right oils and lubricants is key to effectively running your business. If so, then Shell would like to tap into your knowledge and expertise to help develop new digital experiences, making it easier to find the right oil and lubricant products online.
We are looking for 60 people, and for this project we are just looking to speak to people in the US, India and the UK. You will be financially compensated for your time, and this is an excellent opportunity to express your professional opinions and ideas to one of the industry’s biggest players.
If accepted to the panel, Shell will look to contact you once or twice per month to complete a short survey or interview. You will be paid after every assignment with a time commitment per assignment of between 5 and 90 minutes. To take part you need to answer some qualifying questions available here.
Once you have successfully completed the pre-qualification questionnaire you will be asked to sign a non-disclosure agreement before being confirmed as one of our panel members. You will need to commit to one or two assignments per month over a 12-month period.
Oil and Gas People owns the largest network of oil and gas professionals in the World and was selected by Shell as a strategic partner to fulfil the requirements of this project utilising our vast candidate database, industry news platform, social media following and marketing expertise.
If your company wants to reach over 3million oil and gas professionals through multiple platforms and mediums get in touch with the Oil and Gas People team today firstname.lastname@example.org
To take part in the Shell research project click here
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