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  • 08/18/13--09:57: ROV Pilot Tech Trainee
  • Texx4Real, I can say only one thing - don't sit at home patiently waiting for reply of some company. It is very random process, especially for ROV trainee as I discovered. Try to make you own business ot whatever. Wink
    So ROV trainee for nowdays must be like some kind of opportunity, not priority and you don't have to think that you will get a job for tomorrow/next week/next month. Try to find out electrical and mechanical job openings separately.

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  • 08/18/13--09:57: Fugro ROV trainee
  • I stand corrected Very Happy It's sometimes difficult to remember or compare rates as some are 120 day contracts, others 170 days, etc.

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  • 08/20/13--03:03: ROV Pilot Tech Trainee
  • Just became and ROV pilot tech?

    You mean u want to be, if you already were one then you wouldn't be looking for a trainee position.

    I might try that tomorrow Laughing

    Today Matthew I'm going to be........

    Just ragging on ya, but a tip is print that cv and mail it with a covering letter to every office for oil and gas industry companies you can find. Wait a few weeks and do it again.

    As it says on a shampoo bottle "rinse and repeat".

    Your a pilot tech when you're in the job and have a number of hours on the logs, you don't do a course and shazam your bestowed with instant rov superhero skills.

    Long the path and there are thousands just like you all aiming for the same thing.

    All the best mate.

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  • 08/20/13--03:03: Advance Global Recruitment
  • Advance Global Recruitment - we require 1 x ROV Pilot Technician - must have Seaeye Panther experience - must also have an OLF as the job is in Norway - 4 weeks - please email euan.archibald@agrl.co.uk - visit our website www.agrl.co.uk

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  • 08/20/13--03:03: Skandi Constructor
  • Canyon have 2 xls's onboard.

    It's Wellops that have the vessel, so well intervention mostly.

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  • 08/20/13--03:03: Advance Global Recruitment
  • Advance Global Recruitment - we require - 1 x ROV Pilot Tehcnician - job is based in Germany - starting on the 21st of August for 4 weeks - candidates must have Schilling HD experience - please email euan.archibald@agrl.co.uk www.agrl.co.uk

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    Good afternoon gentlemen!

    Please see below our current requirements:
    Role: ROV PT x 2
    Starting date: asap (it takes around 2-3 working days for the UAE visa)
    Duration: around 40 days
    Location: Abu Dhabi field

    Please send CV asap to amagula@indepth-international.com

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    Can anyone tell me where in Gatwick can I get my medical certification OGUK??

    Cheers

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  • 08/20/13--03:03: Considering ROV Pilot
  • You need to read everything you can on this forum before asking silly questions. You obviously haven't done your research so standby for silly answers

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  • 08/21/13--03:07: Considering ROV Pilot
  • For preventing you to read all this f.a.q., I'll say thay you have no chance to jump in industry. Or it's equal to 0.0001%, so if you have no connections in any offshore company or man who will recommend you - there is no future. Courses don't give anything useful, except the row in CV, without real experience there is no need to bring you in team. Smile

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    Good Morning All,

    We have a new requirement for 1 x ROV Pilot / Tech and 1 x ROV Supervisor for a 2 day trip on a Spudcan Inspection project in Dutch waters.

    Please see trip summary below:

    Expected travel date: 20.08.2013 (today!)
    Mob date: 21.08.2013
    Expected Trip length: 2 days
    Shift Patterns: 12 hours on, 12 hours off
    Team make-up: 1 x Supervisor, 1 x Pilot / Tech
    ROV in use: Seaeye Falcon
    Project: Spudcan Inspection
    Sector: Offshore Netherlands (Dutch waters)

    The client has indicated that candidates will probably be expected to travel today (20.08.2013) for work tomorrow (21.08.2013). Seaeye Falcon experience is required and Spudcan Inspection experience is desirable.

    Offshore medical and survival certificates are required, and all candidates should be permitted to work and travel within the EU.

    If you are available for work at very short notice and would like to be considered for this opening, please forward your CV and certs to wbest@atlasservicesgroup.com or call 0044 1726 86 22 16. Please specify if you are interested in the Supervisor or Pilot / Tech opening.

    I look forward to hearing from you soon.

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  • 08/21/13--03:07: OXY
  • Just a quick question does anyone know if OXY has ROV positions?

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    Random3s wrote:
    .....or would employers prefer to train techs into pilots?


    Thats more the case.

    A non technical person, or a tech for that matter, will not be that much wiser about ROV's after completing a course. Employers know this, so will often rather select and train their own ROV techs in house on their own equipment.

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  • 08/22/13--04:05: Hello all
  • So in theory i have everything that they would be looking for? Also, as i would just be training, if the guys on my back shift were to be doing something difficult etc would it be ok for me to hang around to see what is done. Just to help enhance my own experience basically.

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    hi mate, im looking at doing the 7 week course, I was an aircraft engineer in the navy 8 yrs ago and hen moved onto gas service engineer in civvy life so doing the 7 week to get back upto speed, just wondered how you got on with finding work after the course and if you think my experience is any good?

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  • 08/23/13--05:11: OGUK
  • Do the Oil and Gas UK and OLF Norwegian Medicals at the same time and you will be eligible to work in most areas of the world.

    I also do the FOET + OLF modules every 4 years for my offshore survival.

    Being a corrupt world we live in, you will still need to do local medicals if you go on any jobs in Malaysia or China etc...The price Oil Companies pay for being able to bring expat workers into China and Malaysia. Some of these medicals are are a joke and simply money making tick the box exercises, and nothing to worry about.

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    "I did consider my skillset which was way above the norm for people going into this"
    With that humble attitude i'm sure you will go far!
    As for 'only' flying class II ROVs - some of us have made very lucrative careers out of this obviously lowly aspect of the job.

    Im sure that with your extensive ROV operational experience you will sail into a job - i genuinely hope you do - but please just add a little bit of humility before we all meet you offshore.

    Good luck

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    Hi ROVWorld,

    We have a friday afternoon requirement for your delectation! If you're a ROV Pilot / Tech with Schilling UHD experience and Norwegian certs, and if you're available to join a crew change in Norway on 27.08.2013 (so next Tuesday) then please read on.

    Requirement: 3 x ROV Pilot / Tech
    ROV in use: Schilling UHD (prior experience of Schilling vehicles is vital)
    Crew Change date: 27.08.2013
    Trip length: 14 days
    Sector: Norway
    Crew Change: Stavanger (TBC)
    Certifications: Norwegian offshore medical and survival required
    Project: Subsea Construction Support Project
    Vessel: Geosund

    If you are available and interested in the above position, please get in contact straight away on 0044 1726 86 22 16.

    Alternatively, please email your updated CV / Availability / Required Daily rate / Offshore certifications (Norway certs are required) to the folowing emails:

    William Best (ROV Account Manager) - wbest@atlasservicesgroup.com
    Leanne Stephenson (ROV Personnel Coordinator) - lstephenson@atlasservicesgroup.com

    We look forward to hearing from you all soon!

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    Start Date: w/c 16th Sept '13
    Duration: 4-5 weeks with a possibility of further rotations
    Location: UK Waters
    Activity: Western Links - Ploughing
    Certification Required: Offshore Medical & Survival.

    If you are interested and feel you have the required experience for the above post, please call on +44(0)1429 868543, submit your cv to jobs@seatechs.com,please quote the ref no.

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    Start Date: w/c 16th Sept '13
    Duration: 4-5 weeks with a possibility of further rotations
    Location: UK Waters
    Activity: Western Links - Ploughing
    Certification Required: Offshore Medical & Survival.

    If you are interested and feel you have the required experience for the above post, please call on +44(0)1429 868543, submit your cv to jobs@seatechs.com,please quote the ref no.

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