Come and be part of our diverse team and be involved in important and challenging projects to develop your full potential.
Go to SierraCol Energy Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement
Come and be part of our diverse team and be involved in important and challenging projects to develop your full potential. Go to SierraCol Energy Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement
We provide a competitive, safe and healthy working environment for our employees, where the respect and considerations for the human being are top priorities. We offer great possibilities for personal and professional growth and a competitive total rewards package.
We are more than 5,000 employees and contractors in Colombia, committed to maintaining the highest performance standards in all activities, including operational and social responsibility related practices.
To learn about our
job offers, please:
Or contact the Public Employment System administrators in the municipalities or cities where we have activities.
Warning on false working offers:
Some unscrupulous people may post false job offers, involving the name of SierraCol Energy. In such events, we recommend not responding to proposals or job offers requested by unknown persons and suggest that you do not reveal your personal or financial information to third parties.
In this regard, SierraCol Energy wants to communicate:
SierraCol Energy does not ask for any money or any other type of payment from candidates in exchange for work opportunities with the Company in any stage of the hiring process.
SierraCol Energy does not use contracting agencies that request any sort of payment from the candidates.
All candidates who receive a job offer from SierraCol Energy are always bound to follow a formal contracting process.
SierraCol Energy will never ask for personal information such as identification documents or passport, nor for details of banking accounts, during the selection process.
For those who suspect being a victim of an impersonation or fraud, our recommendation is to contact the competent authorities, be it the Attorney General Office or Colombian Police, and commence the pertinent legal action.
Through the following link, citizens may file claims by virtual means: