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  • 03/12/14--00:46: Oceaneering ROV trainee
  • Hi Buddy. Hope the online test went well for you.? I've been trying to get a start and have applied to many companies in Saudi and Dudai. Was wondering which recruiter you used?
    Thanks Jon

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    K*itchen Designers Stoke On Trent. Thirty Ex Display K*itchens To Clear. www.exdisplayk*itchens1.co.uk £ 595 Each with appliances.

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    Have you been doing an annual retermination and sending a sample for destruct test? That will show the current state f the armour by comparing to its rated minimum breaking strain.

    IMCA guidelines say the above should be done every 12 months.

    I have seen them end for ended, however sometimes the first layer on the drum can be in a worse state than the soggy end that goes in the sea. If you are going to do it its also a good time to carry out a proper lubrication of the umbilical.

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    JOB REF: ST14-1224 - SHIFT SUPERVISOR - URGENT
    Due to the lengthy visa process, Seatechs are looking to secure personnel ASAP for the above position

    Start Date: 23rd March 2014
    Duration: Minimum of 4 weeks
    Location: Congo
    Project: Jumper and Anode installation
    Certification: Valid offshore medical and survival certification, as well as Yellow Fever

    Our client is looking for experienced personnel with good working knowledge of this type of project.

    If you are interested in the above stated post and hold the relevant certification required please contact the office as soon as possible on 01429 868543 and send an up to date CV with proof of certification and a references to jobs@seatechs.com


    JOB REF: ST14-1223 - 2 X DECK FOREMEN & 6 X RIGGERS - URGENT
    Due to the lengthy visa process, Seatechs are looking to secure personnel ASAP for the above position

    Start Date: 23rd March 2014
    Duration: Minimum of 4 weeks
    Location: Congo
    Project: Jumper and Anode installation
    Certification: Valid offshore medical and survival certification, stage 3 opito approved rigging as well as Yellow Fever

    Our client is looking for experienced personnel with good working knowledge of this type of project.

    If you are interested in the above stated post and hold the relevant certification required please contact the office as soon as possible on 01429 868543 and send an up to date CV with proof of certification and a references to jobs@seatechs.com

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  • 03/16/14--02:19: Seahorse Services Vietnam
  • Old ROVs , clean well run vessels , only local food aboard the vessels, no phone and no internet ,,, but great people very competent and willing to learn how to do it right ,
    I have worked for them through agencies , no problem with payments ,,

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  • 03/17/14--02:36: You want to work for Shell?
  • Hi Guys,

    I just registered on linkedin not long ago and received this mail in my gmail account. I thought I would share with the rest of you as I do not believe it to be genuine for the following reasons:

    - https://www.facebook.com/Shell/posts/601109806599295
    - http://www.shell.com.ng/aboutshell/careers-tpkg/recruitment-scams.html
    - the sender's email response is not shell.com.ng
    - the mail sent to me has bcc (blind carbon copy)
    - no phone numbers
    - generic email saying they found my details on a "job finding site"

    Here is the mail I received, beware if you receive it. Respond at your own risk.

    Cheers,
    E.

    Shell Petroleum Nigeria Limited alexjones@shellnigerianmail.com
    2:45 PM (20 hours ago)
    Reply
    to bcc: me
    SHELL PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY NIGERIA (SPDC)

    Client Code B2249A/SHELL/SPDC/ Vol. 2014

    ATTN: SIR,

    You are here by notified that your qualifications and experiences
    which you submitted at a job finding site were found suitable for the
    requirements of Shell Petroleum Nigeria Limited.
    For verification and screening you are to submit your most recent
    resume through our e-mail.......

    alexjones@shellnigerianmail.com

    Faithfully,
    Alex Jones
    Human Resources Manager
    Shell Recruitment Department Nigeria.

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  • 03/18/14--03:45: You want to work for Shell?
  • Agree!

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    Start Date: Early May '14
    Duration: Approx 8 weeks - 4 weeks offshore, 4 weeks office
    Vessel: DSV
    Location: North Sea
    Project/Activity: Pipeline Repair
    Experience: Dive & Construction
    Certification Req: Offshore Medical and Survival.
    MUST PROVIDE REFERENCES FROM CURRENT AND/OR PREVIOUS EMPLOYER

    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

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    rayshields wrote:
    From summer onwards expect mayhem and chaos for everyone with less seats available and lower weather limits.

    Fatties now have a couple of years to lose weight!


    or

    Bigger Windows!

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  • 03/20/14--04:35: ROV Supervisor Required....
  • Hi Guys,

    Hope you are well,

    I am currently looking for the below

    1 x ROV Supervisor
    Bold Maverick
    China
    Pari 6
    Approx 4 weeks
    To start end of March beginning of April

    Due to time constraints we are only seeking personnel that hold a Chinese Visa or do not require a visa to enter China.

    If available and interested please contact gemma.calver@marissubsea.com or call 01502 509205

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  • 03/20/14--04:35: Dive Elec / Senior Elec Tech
  • Hi guys,

    I hope you are all well.

    Dive Elec / Senior Elec Tech
    Approx 2 weeks – Possibly longer
    Vessel: Osprey, Norway Sector

    If you are available and interested please email or call me on Danielle.case@marissubsea.com or +44 1502 509387

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  • 03/20/14--04:35: STCW A-V1/6
  • Just seems like yet another certificate you must have, more courses needed, such a duplication of stuff!!

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    Completely agree, interesting times ahead.

    IS

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  • 03/21/14--05:43: Offer of employment
  • hi there
    did you accept the offer then?

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    Anything that has the potential to make helicopter travel more safe and, should an accident occur, potentially increase survivability rates has to be a good thing. The extra cost associated with such a move should be secondary to the safety of personnel. Sounds like a bit of politically correct statement, but I would challenge any to refute it.

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  • 03/21/14--05:43: STCW A-V1/6
  • Emma

    Thanks for adding so much detailed information. Clearly you have been digging deep into this! Currently on the boats working the UK oil & gas sector there seems to be little, if any, indication that this is about to be applied across the board in the oil & gas sector. With regard to this, over time I have picked up on a difference of requirements between the renewable energy / oil & gas sectors.

    Unless I have missed the point somewhere it seems people are being sucked into eventually coughing up for two different survival courses and two different medical types to essentially perform work in the same environment. You can see why people might baulk at the cost of this!

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    Hi guys,

    We have had a requirement come in for a staff HSE Diving Advisor based in Norfolk, UK.

    The position would call for someone who is capable of auditing on and offshore as and when required, operations are worldwide, therefore you should be willing to travel although travel would be expected to be for short periods.

    Salary is dependent on experience but in line with market rates.

    Please note again that this is a staff position based in the UK.

    If this is of interest to you, please send me your CV along with salary expectations to Danielle.case@marissubsea.com or call me on +44 1502 509387

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    Hi Guys,

    Permanent Technicians
    Onshore operations working in and from their Gt Yarmouth Base ( There will little or no requirement to go offshore for this position)
    Salaries will be dependent on your knowledge and experience

    Experienced Technicians on a contract basis
    Work locations will be in West Africa as well as other locations worldwide.
    Offshore rates as per RMT rates.

    If either of these are of interest to you, please send me your CV to Danielle.case@marissubsubsea.com or call +44 1502 509387

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    Hi guys,

    We have had an urgent requirement – please see below

    Join Osprey tomorrow
    Previous experience on board the Osprey preferred

    Please let me know as soon as possible on +44 1502 509387 or send your CV to Danielle.case@marissubsea.com

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    Start Date: W/C 5th May '14
    Duration: 4 Weeks - Strong possibility of 4:4 rotation until the end of summer
    Vessel: Olympic Zues
    Location: Norway/North Sea
    Activity: Ploughing - Umbilical Lay & Cable Installation

    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

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