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ROV Pilot Technician

Job Title: ROV Pilot Technician
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Germany,
Salary: Negotiable
REF: ROVPIL01_1413563863
Contact Name: Daniel Palmer
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

Montash are currently searching for a ROV Pilot Technician to take part on a subsea project in German Waters .

This project is approximately 4 weeks in length.

Main Purpose of Role:

Open to working all regional work sites (Middle East, North Sea, Gulf of Mexico etc.)

Management and execution of ROV operations

Carry out inspections on the ROV systems before dives and log any irregularities/technical problems

Key Duties Responsibilities And Accountabilities:

Work offshore on ROV operations, implementing and monitoring technical procedures

The planning and supervision of ROV operations and ROV operational personnel.

To ensure that all ROV operations are conducted in a safe, efficient and effective manner.

To represent the Company at the offshore work location.

To supervise and maintain the standards and procedures set out in Company Quality Assurance (QA) and Safety Policy in conjunction with Client and Regulatory Guidelines.

Desired Skills:

Excellent communication skills

Ability to work both independently and in a multi-disciplined team

Nominally 180 days minimum offshore experience

Minimum of 100 piloting hours

Experience with Seaeye Falcon ROV systems

Ideal Applicants need to possess both a valid BOSEIT and and valid offshore health/medical certificates. A good understanding in both written and spoken English is desirable.

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