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Seismic Navigator

Job Title: Seismic Navigator
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Mexico,
Industry:
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J3468_1413371531
Contact Name: Stephen Johnson
Contact Email: stephenj@montash.com
Job Published: about 3 years ago

Job Description

Seismic Navigator

Montash are currently in partnership with a client for several Seismic Navigator positions (Chiefs, Operators, Chief Party Managers and Shift Leaders) with experience with Concept System's Gator navigation software. This requirement is for a project in the Gulf of Mexico.

Responsibilities & Duties:

  • Daily navigation & data acquisition functions of offshore vessels
  • Vessel & in-sea equipment positioning
  • Maintaining detailed logs of positioning, and the daily activities on the vessel
  • Adhering to all QHSE policies
  • Operating a variety of navigation software
  • Assisting with the loading and unloading of crew supplies and groceries where needed
  • Assisting with the repair and upkeep of all navigation equipment
  • Generating both disk, and hard copies of navigation data to be shipped alongside seismic data.

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