We are the largest independent operator of FPSO platforms in the world and we want to go further to offer the best technology and solutions for our customers.

For this reason, MODEC invests in professionals who want to grow into a leader, solid, transparent company that is a reference in the oil and gas industry.

We are the world's largest independent FPSO platform operator and we want to go further to provide the best technology and solutions for our customers.

That is why MODEC invests in professionals who want to grow in a leading, solid, transparent company that is a reference in the oil and gas industry.


Working at MODEC means being part of a global, connected and continuously growing company. We are already the world leader in the construction and operation of floating systems for the production of oil and gas and we have a series of projects under development for implementation in the coming years.

There are more than 50 years of experience working in the 5 continents offering the best technology and the best service solutions for the offshore industry.

Being part of MODEC means being the protagonist of a career full of challenges and being in contact with the most modern production systems in deep waters. Your career may start in Brazil, but your talent can take you to the world.


Ghana has a modest upstream oil industry with one onshore and three offshore sedimentary basins. The main drive behind the oil and gas industry in Ghana is for economic, human and infrastructural development.

MODEC Production Services Ghana JV Ltd (MPSG) currently produces over 80% of the Ghana’s oil output which commensurate an appreciable revenue to Ghana. MPSG provides operations and maintenance services to Tullow Ghana Limited and its Partners in the Jubilee Field and the Tano Ennyera Ntomme (TEN) Field.

The Jubilee FPSO is christened “FPSO Kwame Nkrumah” (KNK) and is design with a name plate capacity of 120,000 barrels of oil a day. The TEN FPSO is christened “FPSO Prof. John Evans Atta-Mills, MV25” (JEAM) and is design with a name plate capacity of 80,000 barrels of oil a day

Both FPSO vessels are located off the Western coast of Ghana and have the capacity to export produced gas to the onshore gas processing facility.


Starting in the Oil and Gas industry from an Operator meant that I had to provide assurance for various works carried out by contractors and vendors without the required experience of actually executing these works as a contractor.

My switch to MPSG has provided the opportunity to learn the real craft of producing oil from an offshore facility.

I believe this will be invaluable in my future career progression and development.

MPSG as a company too budget for various training for staff and having attended one myself in Houston, I have seen the impact it has had on my ways of working.

Kojo Sabah Baisi-Ainoo - Planning Engineer

MODEC has afforded me the opportunity to challenge myself in various ways, multiple times since I joined in 2013.

And ultimately that is the underlining draw of the company; its world wide reach allows employees to fill various roles in various countries while collaborating with an impressive diverse workforce.

This undoubtedly helped me grow in confidence, in ability and in my will to succeed. At the end of the day that’s what you ask for in a company;  the opportunity to be in a stimulating environment that breeds success.

Papa Kwadwo Obeng - Senior Facility Engineer

MODEC was my gateway into the corporate world. Right after graduating from the University with a first degree in Computer Engineering, I got the opportunity to join the company as a National Service Person. I knew nothing about the Oil & Gas Industry.

In my first year, I got the opportunity to rotate within the Operations - Engineering, Project Warranty, Asset Integrity departments serving in various capacities under great mentorship. MPSG gave me the opportunity to study an MBA at one of the finest universities in Japan and also intern at the MODEC office in Tokyo.

Having offices in over 10 countries, I’ve learnt not only IT skills but also been exposed and socialized to the different work ethics & cultures of these countries. The experience gained here has definitely set me on the right path to succeeding in my career.

Naa Kai Koney - IT Lead


If you receive emails from organizations falsely claiming to recruit on behalf of MODEC Group, we would like to encourage you to take steps to protect yourself from any fraudulent communication.

Fraudulent organizations or fraudulent individuals usually claim that they may be affiliated or contracted by MODEC to help us with our recruiting efforts.  These organizations may contact individuals telling them that their qualifications are a good match to join MODEC at the local or international level.  These same individuals may solicit payment for any employment offers to cover costs for work permits, insurance policies, and other services.  Please note that neither MODEC Group companies or those organizations that recruit on our behalf, will ever ask for payments or fees from applicants at any point during the recruitment process.

All applicants who are offered employment with MODEC are required to go through a formal recruitment process with internal MODEC managers.  During the recruitment process, all email correspondence from us will end with "@modec.com".  Any variations from our process will constitute fraudulent efforts.


  • Emails from free web-based accounts such as Yahoo, Gmail, Hotmail or Live.com

  • Requesting personal information such as passport and banking information at an early stage of the recruitment process

  • Using poorly formatted documentation with multiple grammar errors

  • Offers of unrealistic compensation or benefit packages

  • Insisting on unrealistic deadlines


We recommend that you do not respond to unsolicited offers of employment from people or organizations with whom you are unfamiliar. Do not disclose your personal or financial details to anyone you do not know. If you receive such proposals, we would advise you to contact your local police and provide them with all information you may have from the senders (email addresses, phone/fax details, etc.).