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    SeaView Systems, Inc (www.seaviewsystems.com) is a Michigan, USA based ROV services firm specializing in long distance pipeline and tunnel inspections, custom tooling design, salvage, offshore surveys and UXO route surveys. We provide a range of marine technology products including optical fiber multiplexers, inertial wave height sensors and ROV related electronic components.

    As a growing company we have a requirement to hire one experienced ROV supervisor and one ROV Pilot/Tech who are able to support our service operations.

    We are a US based company and the successful candidate will need to be located locally to our office in Dexter, Michigan. To be considered at all for either of these positions a candidate must either be a US citizen or have a US work visa in place.

    If you do not have the necessary documentation to work in the US please do not apply.

    Our projects are seldom more than a week or two long and so employees should expect to spend around 30-40% of their time in the field with the balance working in our workshop, preparing equipment for the next project. We operate internationally and so candidates should expect to travel abroad once or twice a year, typically for 2-3 weeks at a time.

    The successful candidates will have the following skillsets:

    ROV Supervisor

    -Technical electronic or electro/mechanic training to a minimum of technician level (2 year associates degree or equivalent) with a minimum of 4 years of experience working with ROVs. Inspection class ROV experience is beneficial but not essential.
    -A demonstrated aptitude and interest in electronics and mechanics.
    -Ability to supervise others and uphold SeaView Systems safety policies and contribute to further developing a culture of safety in the workplace.
    -Able to integrate sensors and reconfigure systems on a project-by-project basis.
    -Load out projects for the field.
    -Mobilize equipment. Either drive truck and trailer or air freight equipment and fly to work location.
    -Setup equipment at plant site or onto vessel as required.
    -Perform project which may involve operating an inspection class ROV in zero visibility environments with multiple obstacles. Operation often requires patience and a thoughtful, gentle touch.
    -Perform logical fault finding practices in an efficient manner.
    -Expect to work long hours from time-to-time in sometimes harsh conditions.
    -Setup and record video and survey data as required and ensure it's integrity. Backup as required.
    -Demobilize equipment from site.
    -Unpack and clean equipment in workshop.
    -Keep ROV Engineers log and note any items in need for repair.
    -Carry out repairs to ROV and associated equipment as required.

    ROV Pilot/Tech

    As for ROV supervisor but with less requirement for pre-existing ROV experience however formal technical training, preferably with an strong electronic component, is a requirement.

    SeaView provides medical benefits and contributes towards retirement savings funds on a one-for-one basis.

    NOTE: This is not an offshore position and, while it pays well for onshore work, it does not pay offshore rates. It does however provide an excellent range of work with many interesting technical challenges. It involves a good deal of self-directed travel and initiative on the part of the employee. We are not a large firm with a large support staff. Personnel will be expected to think-on-their-feet and work out solutions to problems as they arise. The job is very much a lifestyle as much as it is a job. What the job really offers is the opportunity to matter, both technically and operationally, on projects that are often truly cutting edge.

    Please send resumes to: recruiter@seaviewsystems.com

    Thanks for your consideration,

    SeaView Management


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    Sorry AngusFS unless you put your full contact information and web site details your request for peoples details maybe deleted by the Admin of this site this is to stop people and agency's from Trawling .

    Your format needs to be something like this :-

    Your Name :

    Operations Manager

    Sapesco Offshore Services (SOS)

    Sahara Petroleum Services Company (SAPESCO)

    Tel.: 202 2670 2140 / 2

    Fax: 202 2670 2144

    Mobile: + 2 010 43 11 333

    Email: aelsherify@sapesco.com

    Web Site : www.sapesco.com

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  • 09/22/16--09:42: ROV RB Mini 300 for sale
  • RB is very-very bad system. Can not advise somebody to buy this expensive toy.

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    I fully understand Ray but there are many things beyond our control age limits being one of them , I could remove the age limit but if you apply and your over the age limit your wasting your time .

    As for IMCA yes we all know this but the problem is the schools are seem to be pushing for more cert requirements just look at this competence cert requirement if MTCS have there way your need to be competence assessed every 3 years at the cost of £250 + VAT . This I feel wont be the end as I am sure it wont be long before they cut the Rov competence requirement in half , One for WorkClass and the other for Inspection vehicles . https://www.mtcsuk.com/certification/individual-competence-certification

    Competence assessments should be done in house by people that know you and not by training schools . Anyway getting off topic but as a individual there is nothing we can do or say to change the outcome .

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    donkeyoaty wrote:
    Whilst I agree that these rates are low for Aus, I think that this idea that the MUA is the greatest thing that ever happened to the ROV business in Aus needs looking at.
    Recently, a number of the employees of a very well known company - 2 letters 1 number - had the temerity to stick up for themselves and appoint the MUA rep as their bargaining representative in the new round of pay deal negotiations.
    A number of them who persisted with this course of action had their employment terminated either by a one line e mail- classy - or their phone stopped ringing.
    When the union was contacted about this situation, their eventual and reluctant response was "eh there's not much we can do about it" !
    It subsequently emerged that the MUA had no real bargaining rights for the ROV guys and the rights still remained with the Maritime Officers Union.
    To all of the ROV people still in the MUA, can I ask you
    1 are you paying the full rate of MUA membership ( I was paying about $27 a week) - which is no where near the full rate AND THAT WAS ALL THEY WANTED.
    2 Have you or any other ROV members ever had occasion to call on the union for assistance ?
    The MUA is a very strong union for seafarers and divers but for ROV punters?

    Donks


    Sad to hear this .... Unions work well if monitored properly, but many I saw in the US when I was younger were indeed after the money first, assistance second. Wouldn't have been nice to have a global ROV Association.

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    Are those requirements for COOEC Subsea as they were the only ones I have ever seen age's put on job requirements in that area Asia.


    Also COOEC uses MTCS for there certs so that's what they will ask for them as the Chinese all have them.

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    Hi Gennaro,

    I would be happy to help you!

    If you send me an email at jwintermeyer@deeptrekker.com I can point you in the right direction.

    Best,

    John

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    The COOEC contract is up for tender and this does appear exactly the same as previous ads agencies have used to market for guys to work for them. I have been approached and offered some wild rates from $450 to $800 for a supv slot. Not mentioning any names but it will be obvious who will win the contract. However, the standard of applicants will no doubt match the rate Confused



    Wink

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    I was turned down for a Job in UK sector because i was over 45 ,,, it was not printed but it is company policy as the HR woman actually mentioned it

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    back in the 1970s i worked for a major aerospace company in UK our union was the Amalgamated Engineers Union we all paid £4 subs for 7 years but when the company made 60 of us redundant the Union did nothing and actually told us that as we had lost our jobs we were no longer Union members !!!!! mind u the company re hired me via an agency on better money for 2 years within 3 weeks ???? another job for a telecomms company the Union Officials always sided with the employers as they were all golfing buddies ,,they were only interested in their own interests not ours since then i have had no truck with unions they seem unreformed ,,, not to say workers need help fighting ever more vicious companies but ?????

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    Hi Sax,

    I'd suggest sailing into the nearest port, find a scrap dealer and getting the best price for that ROV. I mean I know retro is cool but Super Scorpios are so 1980s.... Very Happy Very Happy

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    Hello!
    GRALmarine ROV reached on Tuesday, 27th September, 404 m finding the deepest flooden cave in the world, more: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/adventure/activities/caving-and-canyoneering/deepest-underwater-cave-discovered/
    Hranicka Propast is the depth record holder right now.

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  • 10/06/16--12:37: Has Anybody Used ECA 800
  • Hi There

    Wondering if anybody has experience of ECA 800

    Are they robust, reliable, what about their TMS's and winches

    Looking for all feedback good or bad
    private message me if you want

    We require a 1000msw Small ROV wondering if this would fit the bill

    also considereing at Falcon and Mohawk

    Thanks for your input guys

    Cheers

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  • 10/06/16--12:37: ROV system required
  • Hello.

    I am looking for a workclass ROV system (Schilling HD or similar) to work in the South Caribbean area for a 12 month contract (rig support). If interested, please send me an email to grupohgmsa@gmail.com.

    Thank you.

    Juan.

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    ROV umbilical reeler/ winch
    Cable Capacity 1235m length 31mm diameter. wanted

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    Good day

    I am currently marine electrician/ETO working onboard oil and gas vessels. I know the industry is completely down and out atm.

    The ROV industry has always intrigued me and it has been my long term goal to work with ROVs

    I have 2 years experience as a marine electrician and have a foundation degree in Marine Electrical/electronic engineering.

    I was thinking of doing the ROV trainee course around March/April next year.

    Do you think the market will start requiring ROV pilots? Would getting the course behind me beneficial in anyway for when the market picks up or do you think the market is already saturated with too many inexperienced ROV pilots?

    All of your input will be much appreciated.

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  • 10/13/16--14:39: ROV system required
  • Hi
    If you are still looking for a workclass system please get back to me

    Rgds
    Alitor1234

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    Hi,
    If you still looking for a cable winch please get back to me
    Rgds
    Alitor

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    CameronSA1 wrote:
    Good day

    I am currently marine electrician/ETO working onboard oil and gas vessels. I know the industry is completely down and out atm.

    The ROV industry has always intrigued me and it has been my long term goal to work with ROVs

    I have 2 years experience as a marine electrician and have a foundation degree in Marine Electrical/electronic engineering.

    I was thinking of doing the ROV trainee course around March/April next year.

    Do you think the market will start requiring ROV pilots? Would getting the course behind me beneficial in anyway for when the market picks up or do you think the market is already saturated with too many inexperienced ROV pilots?

    All of your input will be much appreciated.

    Hi,
    As you know the ROV Industry is pretty much down at this time and if I were YOU I would wait and see what happens in the next 12-18 months. There's no use going out and spending your own money on something which may or may not happen, especially as the Oil market is in such a depressed state.

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  • 10/14/16--14:43: HD Manuals
  • Could anyone help me, I am looking for some Schilling HD manuals in PDF format, they used to be on the Schilling website but since Forum took over they have disappeared, any help with links etc would be appreciated

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