What is the RIGS?
The RIGS is an innovative proprietary technology that graphically shows the candidate’s experience and skills in a standardized, organized format, with content most coveted by the decision makers across our industry. Created digitally, it is also ideally suited to leverage AI and Machine Learning.
Why is that important?
This is important because it helps industry professionals better highlight their experience and skills so that hiring managers can find the right candidate quickly.
Who is the RIGS for?
The RIGS helps three connected groups:
Key Standardization Dimensions
Career Snapshot, Top-3 Accomplishments and Discipline Focus Areas
Upstream Value-Chain Experience
Top Technical & Non-Technical Disciplines, Skills, and Competency
Global Project Knowledge and Subject-Matter Experience
The primary focus of this section is to underscore the total industry experience and educational background. No other confidential or personal information is shown
This section underscores the most important aspects of your professional career and aspirations that you want a hiring manager to know. The top-3 accomplishments should inform your commitment to delivery and performance. Top- 3 disciplines underscore your core areas of expertise and skills
This section highlight your career trajectory, leadership roles, industry market segment exposure, and global / cultural exposure
Value-Chain Experience Concentration / Diversification
This axis shows total time (in years) spent in any given phase. And the most recent year the
professional was in that phase. It underscores the recency aspect of your experience
The Value Chain Concentration illustrates expertise across the 14 stages of the upstream lifecycle. A professional may be a ``jack of all trades`` or specialized with deep knowledge in Project Execution, for example. Value-chain phase concentration or diversification is a key criterion for candidate selection, as he or she will be expected to hit the ground running
Top Disciplines, Skills, and Competency
We can also see the total years spent practicing a specific discipline along with the most recent year of practice
This section summarizes your top-3 Technical disciplines, associated skills, and self-assesed level of competency per skill. The non-Technical disciplines encompass Economic, Commercial, Organizational, and Political (Stakeholder Engagement experience across different parts of the world)
Global Project Knowledge & Subject Matter Experience
Additional Key Dimensions
Experience in operating producing fields or executing projects across different geographies & environment can be vital to the success of a company. Diverse and unique technology, local laws including local content, culture, logistics, HSS&E, and exceptional stakeholder engagement requirements can add considerable complexity & risk to operations.