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Fluor Corp. holds open house hiring event in Puerto RIco

By on December 1, 2017

SAN JUAN – Fluor Corp. recently welcomed some 200 people interested in learning more about its operations and employment opportunities during an open house at the company’s facilities in Guaynabo.

The company seeks to recruit personnel with skills in finance, accounting, purchasing and engineering. During the event, Fluor representatives shared information about the company’s priority projects. 

Fluor, which has had operations in Puerto Rico for 54 years, signed a contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) that includes equipment evaluation and repair, as well as work toward the re-energization and recommissioning of substations and switching stations in northern and eastern Puerto Rico.

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The company offers design, engineering, construction and project execution services in industries with large numbers of jobs, including electric power, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, aerospace, manufacturing, food and beverage.

“We are working hard to achieve the restoration of the electrical system on the island, and we also want to collaborate with the economic recovery of Puerto Rico. We are looking for qualified people to join us in this mission, and this event was a great opportunity to meet candidates who want to be part of this effort,” said Danny Oppenheimer, operations manager of Fluor’s Life Sciences and Advanced Manufacturing business line in Puerto Rico.


Actualmente, Fluor tiene sus oficinas centrales en Irving, Texas y ocupa la posición número 149 en la lista de las 500 mayores empresas en Estados Unidos que publica la revista Fortune, con ingresos de $19,000 millones en el 2016. La empresa tiene más de 60,000 empleados en sus diferentes localidades en todo el mundo.

According to the company, its has executed more than $30 billion in projects for the pharmaceutical, biomedical and food and beverage industries out of its San Juan office.
About 85% of the pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities on the island have been engineered, built or maintained by Fluor and it is the “largest engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning and validation firm on the island.”

The Texas-based company is ranked No. 149 on the Fortune 500 list, with revenue of $19 billion in 2016, and has more than 60,000 employees worldwide.

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