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ROV Pilot Technician - Mediterranean Sea - Contract - 6 weeks

Job Title: ROV Pilot Technician - Mediterranean Sea - Contract - 6 weeks
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Greece,
Industry:
Salary: £325 - £350 per day
Start Date: 31/11/2014
Duration: 6 weeks
REF: DPROVMS_1414434419
Contact Name: Daniel Palmer
Contact Email: danielp@montash.com
Job Published: almost 3 years ago

Job Description

Montash have been engaged by a leading operator in the energy sector to provide ROV personnel on a drill support project in the Mediterranean Sea.

This project is approximately 6 weeks in length.

Main Purpose of Role:

  • Management and execution of safe and timely ROV Operations, ensuring compliance with safety regulations and procedures.

  • To provide drill support for a leading energy major in the industry.

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
  • Ideally completed 10+ offshore projects
  • 2-3 years ROV experience minimum
  • Valid BOSEIT and valid offshore health/medical certificates. A good understanding in both written and spoken English is desirable.

Apply for this job via this application or feel free to email me directly at danielp@montash.com

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