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    Start Date: 2nd April 2014
    Duration: 4 weeks
    Location: Dutch waters mobilising in Teesside
    Activity: Trenching
    Equipment: Q1000 Jet Trencher
    Certification Req: 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.

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  • 03/27/14--02:43: Rob Clark
  • Worked with him and his mate Kenny on the Shelf Supporter now both gone....

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  • 03/28/14--02:49: Jim'll fix rates - Really?
  • More and more recently I hear from the agencies that the client is only offering fixed rates and here is no room for negotiation.
    The likes of Saipem and Reef spring to mind.

    In the past this has never been the case. Rates were negotiated, based on experience and responsibility level to name but a few.


    I can only assume it is either:

    a) Cobblers
    b) The agencies trying it on
    c) The agencies/clients honing in on inexperienced 'cheap' labour
    d) Cutting down on "Hurt feelings Forms'' being filed from teams offshore

    My guess it's A, but I could be wrong.

    I would be interested to hear the opinions of other forum members.

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    Oceaneering online test details through via email. Got a couple of days to study. Does anyone have any advice or good places to study? Thanks

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  • 03/29/14--04:07: Shift Supv March 31st?
  • We may have a requirement for a Shift Supv to mobilise onto vessel Monday March 31st in N.E. Scotland port for 30 + days. Job is likely to be confirmed at short notice so ideally looking for someone located in Europe. Position would suit someone already with Shift Supv experience or ROV Supt. If interested please send your CV and contact details to lca@accpron.co.uk or to the undersigned.

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  • 03/29/14--04:07: ROV SLIP RING FOR SALE
  • AOOD have offered more than two hundreds of fiber optic hybrid slip rings for ROVs till now, superier quality and competitive price, any specialy requirement can be customized.

    www.aoodtech.com[/url]

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  • 03/29/14--04:07: Jim'll fix rates - Really?
  • There is nothing new about these silly rates on offer speaking for myself if they cannot pay the going rate I wont work for them its that simple .

    But Ivyoffshore is not alone , I have found in the past the best agency's to work via have no need to flood the market with job requirements . When was the last time you saw a ad from Hydrosub or Proffs but there still there .

    As for the clients well most have no idea and are guided by people who seem to love doing courses so every year the requirement gets harder to find suitable personnel .As for the rates in most cases the rates have gone down or have stayed the same for years just look at the day rate on offer from Fugro in the middle east $750 USD for supervisors . I dont think that rate has moved in 5 years, Problem is the cost of living has gone up and up just walk in your local supermarket or fill up at your local petrol station.

    So there you have it ! Its up to you if you accept these silly rates !

    Raptor

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  • 03/30/14--06:31: Jim'll fix rates - Really?
  • Laughing

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  • 03/31/14--07:38: Jim'll fix rates - Really?
  • turtle wrote:
    All right, make my option starve or accept work at 3/4 proper wage. Fine. You get 3/4 givasht. That's me with me arms folded and head wagging when newbie pilot wraps it around the drill stem. "His paperwork says IMCA certified". Client asks for stupidarse orifice specified custom post install survey -- hey, fine with me if that anchor 30m down range in path of proposed P/L route gets discovered when your 250k/day lay barge is on location on standy. You want a guy who takes pride in his work and saves you three times the agency fee daily with his knowledge and professionalism and experience -- PAY HIM! Or I'm quite happy to supervise the offloading of your run-off two bit operation. Take a pic --that's me with the smile and one finger salute to your bonus on saving 5% on personnel day rates for the quarter.


    Ouch, is one having a bad day?

    J

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    Or maybe they emailed a list of subjects for the actual test before the interview. I can't remember. Regardless, YouTube is a great asset.

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  • 03/31/14--07:38: Seahorse Services Vietnam
  • AVOID AT ALL COSTS

    Noone living locally will work for them anymore as the have shafted them all at some point

    Terrible vessels, crap food, 40yr old ROVs .

    Late pay , if at all . History of non payment for a lot of guys.

    All the best local guys they had have left after the way Mr Duc treats them and the spiteful crook has paid off the immigration dept to stop them leaving the country after losing twice in court trying to get money out of them for leaving

    The office girl will lie to you to get you to do what she needs then deny everything.

    If you want to take a step back 20yrs on crappy jack ups , 4 man cabins with halfwits in and out of the room all day and night , and Vietnamese run Vessels. With a high possibility of not getting paid. Thats the company for you.

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    Start Date: ASAP
    Duration: 4 week trip
    Location: West Africa
    Equipment: Triton XLX
    Certification Req: Medical, Survival & Yellow Fever

    Must have 3 years vessel experience.

    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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    In August 2013, a helicopter crashed in the North Sea killing four oil rig workers. It was the fifth serious incident involving Super Pumas in as many years. Survivors talk about what happened.......


    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/mar/29/super-puma-helicopter-crash-survivors-britains-toughest-commute

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    Very scary, and very sad!

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  • 04/02/14--08:38: EMAS Singapore Problems?
  • Just heard rumour about EMAS Singapore staff sacked in the office and all under investigation anyone have any update or news on this

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  • 04/02/14--08:38: Stcw '95 and oguk
  • Hello people!
    I'm just new of this world but i have alredy made the rov pilot course.
    Before of this i was an engine cadet onboard of ro/ro ships.
    i would to ask you just an information.
    Anybody knows if i can join onboard like rov pilot only with the ukoaa medical certificate and the stcw '95 basic training?

    Many thanks people!
    Very Happy

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    Good morning all,

    Atlas Professionals wishes to retain the services of 3 Seaeye Falcon ROV professionals (2 x PT, 1 x Supervisor) for a 4 week hitch in the Gulf of Mexico (offshore USA).

    Our client is looking to retain USA Citizens or Candidates with a B1OCS Visa.

    Crew Change Date: 10.04.2014
    Travelling on: 09.04.2014
    Trip Length: 6 Week
    Project Scope: Inspection
    ROV: Seaeye Falcon (similar Seaeye Experience will be considered).

    If you are interested and available, please get in touch by emailing Will Best (wbest@atlasprofessionals.com) or Leanne Stephenson (lstephenson@atlasprofessionals.com).

    I look forwards to hearing from you soon.

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    JOB REF: ST14-1252 - ELECTRICAL SUPERVISOR
    Start Date: Circa 26/05/14
    Duration: 6 weeks initially, with the strong possibility of 5:5 rotation until the end of the project
    Location: Norwegian Waters
    Equipment: Trencher
    Project Activity: Trenching
    Certification Requirements: Norwegian Survival and Medical / Danish Medical

    Ideal Candidate will have a minimum of 2 years supervisory experience and strong trenching background. AMOS maintenance and reporting will be an advantage

    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

    JOB REF: ST14-1251 - DECK TECHNICIAN
    Start Date:Circa 26/05/14
    Duration: 6 weeks initially, with the strong possibility of 5:5 rotation until the end of the project
    Location: Norwegian Waters
    Equipment:Cable Engine
    Project Activity: Trenching
    Certification Requirements: Norwegian Survival and Medical / Danish Medical

    Ideal Candidate will have strong cable engine operating experience

    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

    JOB REF: ST14-1250 - DECK TECHNICIAN
    Start Date:Circa 14/04/14
    Duration: 6 weeks initially, with the strong possibility of 5:5 rotation until the end of the project
    Location: Norwegian Waters
    Equipment:Cable Engine
    Project Activity: Trenching
    Certification Requirements: Norwegian Survival and Medical / Danish Medical

    Ideal Candidate will have strong cable engine experience

    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

    JOB REF: ST14-1249 - ELECTRICAL SUPERVISOR
    Start Date: Circa 14/04/14
    Duration: 6 weeks initially, with the strong possibility of 5:5 rotation until the end of the project
    Location: Norwegian Waters
    Equipment: Trencher
    Project Activity: Trenching
    Certification Requirements: Norwegian Survival and Medical / Danish Medical

    Ideal Candidate will have a minimum of 2 years supervisory experience and strong trenching background.
    AMOS maintenance and reporting experience will be an advantage

    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

    JOB REF: ST14-1248 - 1 X ELECTRICAL TECH / 2 X MECHANICAL TECHS
    Start Date:Circa 07/04/14
    Duration: Circa 4 weeks
    Location: Norwegian Waters
    Project Activity: Trenching
    Certification Requirements: Norwegian Survival and Medical

    Ideal Candidate will have trenching experience
    AMOS Experience would be an advantage

    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

    JOB REF: ST14-1246 - MECHANICAL ROV PILOT TECH
    Start Date: ASAP
    Duration: Up until 24/04/14, then possibly further rotations on 4:4
    Location: UK Waters, within the 12 mile limit
    Project Activity: Offshore Windfarm
    Certification Requirements: Offshore Medical & Survival

    Ideal candidate will have strong work class experience

    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


    JOB REF: ST14-1241 - SHIFT SUPERVISOR
    Start Date:24/04/14
    Duration: Circa 4 weeks, possibly further rotations
    Location: UK Waters, within the 12 mile limit
    Project Activity: Offshore Windfarm
    Certification Requirements: 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

    JOB REF: ST14-1237 - 1 X ROV PILOT TECH
    Start Date: ASAP
    Duration: 4 week trip
    Location: West Africa
    Equipment: Triton XLX
    Certification Req: Medical, Survival & Yellow Fever

    Must have 3 years vessel experience.

    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

    JOB REF ST14-1236: 1 X ROV PILOT TECH
    Start Date: Week Commencing 28/04/14
    Duration: 32 days (may change subject to operational requirements)
    Location: North Sea
    ROV System: CS2 (CS150 SMD Quantum)
    Workscope: Pipeline Survey
    Certification Req: Offshore Medical & Survival
    Must have a MINIMUM of 180 logged flying hours.

    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

    JOB REF: ST14-1229 - MECHANICAL PLOUGH SUPERVISOR
    Start Date: W/C 5th May
    Duration: 4 weeks, with the very strong possibility of a 4:4 rotation until project completion (expected end of summer 2014)
    Location: North Sea & Norway
    Project Activity: Ploughing - Umbilical Lay and Cable installation
    Certification: Offshore medical and Norwegian survival

    Our client is looking for an experienced plough operator with a minimum of 2 years supervisory experience.

    The client also offers an uplift in rate for the periods spent in the Norwegian Sector.

    If you are interested in the above position and feel you you meet the desired criteria, please contact the office on 01429 868543 or email jobs@seatechs.com

    JOB REF: ST14-1227 - SHIFT SUPERVISOR
    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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    Falcon and Cougar ROV Pilot and Supervisor. Sub sea operations IMR (e.g. NDT, Pipeline repair, Divers assistance, Cable laying; PIM) in Adriatic, Mediterranean, Ionian Sea. And North Sea.
    I worked as Surveyor too – navigation and positioning, QINSY software management.
    Piloting hours: 429. Days in offshore: 531.

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  • 04/07/14--20:17: Stcw '95 and oguk
  • Things are changing on this, however at it stands right now.....

    If you are working in the North Sea Oil & Gas sector you will need BOSIET.... Oh and most likely MIST (Minimum industry Safety Training). You can do both together.

    Look at it this way.. the cost of the above palls into insignificance if not having them means you miss out on a job!

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