Natural gas trading is a growing sector, but its growth has been slower than expected.
The industry is growing at an average rate of 5.4 percent annually, but it’s also slowing down, which has forced the industry to find new ways to differentiate itself.
A New York-based company, Natural Gas Partnership, recently announced it is hiring a natural gas plumbers to help it build a new natural gas trading center in New Jersey.
It’s not the first time a natural-gas plumber has gone under the knife, but this is the first of its kind.
“This is a great opportunity for a plumber to make a name for themselves,” said Jason Smith, the company’s president.
The plumber is a part-time plumber and is working for the company.
The natural-gases company will provide plumbers with all of the tools they need to get the job done, and they will be paid a base salary of $50,000.
The company is hiring about 10 to 15 employees for the position, but they are only on the hunt for the best ones.
The position will allow the company to attract the best natural gas traders to the company, and Smith hopes to fill the vacancies with people with an interest in natural gas.
“We are looking for a professional plumber that has the ability to make an impact with the natural gas industry and also has the right combination of certifications and experience to be able to grow in a fast time,” Smith said.
Smith says his company’s mission is to bring the best plumber talent to New Jersey, but the company doesn’t plan on being the only one hiring for this position.
“The natural gas trade is growing so fast, that is what we are focusing on,” Smith told Bleacher.
“There is not one natural gas trader that is doing it the right way, or that is performing the job well.”
Natural Gas Partners hopes to grow its natural-grains business by hiring more plumbers, and that’s not all the company plans to do.
The firm plans to expand its network of natural gas dealers and also invest in natural-food processing and storage, among other things.
“Our natural gas business has seen an incredible increase in the last few years,” Smith explained.
“Natural gas has been a key growth driver for our company, as we have been able to sell natural gas at an incredibly competitive price and with great returns.”
Smith is hoping to hire at least 10 more plumber jobs, and said that he hopes to have them in the area within the next year.
He said that it’s hard to predict the next wave of natural-Gas Plumber jobs.
“It’s a lot of moving parts,” he said.
“At some point, we will be seeing a lot more of these positions.”