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3.4U Inspection Controller - North Sea

Job Title: 3.4U Inspection Controller - North Sea
Contract Type: Contract
Location: England,
Industry:
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: 15/03/2015
Duration: 4 weeks
REF: M3U12
Contact Name: Daniel Palmer
Contact Email: danielp@montash.com
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

Location: North Sea

Position: 3.4U Inspection Controller

Length of rotation: 30-45 days

The ideal candidate will have at least 2+ years work experience within the industry.

A strong knowledge of field application and the ability to work within a multi disciplined team is essential.

Desirable Skills/Documents:

  • 2+ years experience
  • A strong command of the English language
  • Passport
  • All relevant offshore documentation

The ideal candidate will be have over 2 years relevant experience and be able to provide working references.

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