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    Hi All,

    We still have a collection of active contract ROV vacancies for next week. If you are available at short notice and looking for your next trip, please have a look through the options below and call us on 0044 1726 86 22 16. Alternatively, you can email your updated CV and certs to wbest@atlasservicesgroup.com.

    1) - WEST AFRICA

    Position: ROV Pilot Tech x 2
    Sector: Congo
    Crew Change Date: 07.08.2013
    Probable Travel Date: 06.08.2013
    Trip Duration: 5 weeks (35 days)
    ROV: Triton XLS
    Vessel: Multi Purpose Offshore Vessel (details given on application)
    Project: Installation of pipeline sleepers / log mats / mattresses, Pipe lay support, Survey
    Vaccinations Required: Yellow Fever

    Position: ROV Supervisor x 2
    Sector: Congo
    Crew Change Date: 07.08.2013
    Probable Travel Date: 06.08.2013
    Trip Duration: 5 weeks (35 days)
    ROV: Triton XLS
    Vessel: Multi Purpose Offshore Vessel (details given on application)
    Project: Installation of pipeline sleepers / log mats / mattresses, Pipe lay support, Survey
    Vaccinations Required: Yellow Fever

    Position: ROV Senior Pilot Tech
    Sector: Angola
    Crew Change Date: 08.08.2013
    Probable Travel Date: 07.08.2013
    ROV: Triton XL / Innovator
    Trip Duration: 2-4 weeks (21-28 days)
    Vessel: Bar Protector
    Project: Kizomba Project

    Position: ROV Senior Pilot Tech
    Sector: Angola
    Crew Change Date: 08.08.2013
    Probable Travel Date: 07.08.2013
    ROV: Triton XL / Innovator
    Trip Duration: 5 weeks (35 days)
    Vessel: S3000
    Project: USAN Project


    2) - NORWAY

    Position: ROV Supervisor
    Sector: Norway
    Crew Change Date: 07.08.2013
    Probable Travel Date: 06.08.2013
    Trip Duration: 2 weeks (14 days)
    ROV: Triton XLS
    Vessel: Geoholm
    Project: SubSea Construction - North Sea

    3) - GERMANY

    Position: ROV Supervisor
    Sector: Germany
    Crew Change Date: 08.08.2013
    Probable Travel Date: 07.08.2013
    Trip Duration: 4 weeks (28 days)
    ROV: Seaeye Panther
    Vessel: TBC
    Project: Cable Lay Inspection

    If you are interested in any of the above vacancies, I look forward to hearing from you soon.

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  • 08/03/13--21:44: test
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  • 08/03/13--21:44: ROV Supervisor Jobs - Global
  • Hi all,

    IV Offshore currently has a large number of openings that require experienced ROV Supervisors to work in various locations all across the world. If you are interested in any of the vacancies advertised in this post then please get in touch through the following contact details:

    Name: IV Offshore
    Contact Email: info@ivoffshore.com
    Contact Number: +44 (0)1473 283485
    Website: http://ivoffshore.com

    The ROV Supervisors we require must be eligible for the following locations and have some experience in the named systems, you will also require the necessary medical and survival certificates to work in these locations.

    ROV Supervisor needed in Dutch Waters for a 4 to 6 week rotation using the Shilling UHD ROV System.
    ROV Supervisor needed in the Middle East to work a 6 week rotation using the Magnum ROV System.
    ROV Supervisor needed in the North Sea to work on 4 week rotations, experience with any Seaeye system is desired and a supervisors ticket is preferred.

    Please get in touch to find out about day rates, scope of work and any other details you may require. We wish you all the best out there and look forward to hearing from you in the future!

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  • 08/03/13--21:44: Looking for XL manuals
  • nobody?

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  • 08/03/13--21:44: ROV Jobs
  • Contact: Steven Owens
    Company: MSS Recruitment
    Email: steven.owens@marskesiteservices.com
    Contact Telephone: +44 1642 718936 or +44 7711674870

    Location: UK Waters & Norwegian Waters (2 different scopes of work)
    Positions:
    Electrical Equipment Technicians x 5
    Mechanical Equipment Technician x 1
    Equipment Supervisor x 1
    Rigger/Welder x 2
    Crane Operator/Rigger x 1

    ROV Systems:
    AMP500
    CMR3
    T2/PT1
    ATLAS
    Various

    Typical Rotation: 5:5

    Experience and qualifications vary depending on the role you are interested in. For supervisory position a minimum of 2 years in a supervisory role is a must.

    For full details of each individual role including pay rates and start dates (07/08/2013 & 12/08/2013) please visit www.marskesiteservices.com or email your CV directly to me and I will happily provide you with any further information you may require.

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  • 08/03/13--21:44: Oceaneering problems
  • jamesmc wrote:
    bubba79 wrote:
    ever since i have joined oceaneering i have had problems. of recent i am sitting home more than working and the bills are piling up. i am still in the two year contract and was wondering if anyone has left oceaneering during their contract time. the contract states that i would have to repay my training if i left but i have heard of people leaving and not having to repay them. this is just hear say and i have no first hand knowledge. if anyone has any information it would be greatly appreciated.


    Surely OI must have agreed to give you xxx offshore days a year or similar? Makes no sense to train you and pay you to sit at home (if indeed you are on a basic monthly salary). If you are getting nothing from OI then either do what pipers says and look around for some agency work, or approach OI and agree to severe the contract amicably. They can't hold you to ransom... any court in the land would know that.


    As far as my knowledge the contract does not guarantee a # of days offshore. We get paied hourly with no day rate nor do we get paied to sit at home. OII is a very shady company and its all about the "good ol boy system". They could care less if you work or not. I live 2 min from the shop and they wont even let me go to the yard and work.

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    Coabis 10.9 has now been released (1st Aug 2013).

    All 6 models of EdgeDVR are compatible with Coabis 10.9.

    HD, SD or Combined.

    Click below to download the product catalogue.

    http://www.digitaledgesubsea.com/index_htm_files/Product%20Catalogue.pdf

    Many Thanks,

    John
    john@digitaledgesubsea.com

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    scalpatroid wrote:
    Niall
    My company operates a scheme where employees can recommend someone they know for possible employment.
    I did some digging on it today.
    Skilled jobs like maintenance and drillers get approached quite quickly.
    The bad news is that people who want to be roustabouts, roughnecks etc are in a very big pile of CVs.
    There is the "Greenhand" scheme but competition is very strong.
    If you know someone who can get you in the door you may be ok but a lot of the greenhands have parents in the industry who put them forward.

    What about third party jobs like mud loggers etc? That may be a better route.


    Hi Scalptroid,

    Thank you so much for digging around for me today...
    I really appreciate....

    I understand what you are saying and it does seem like I need to know somebody to get my leg in the door...

    The problem that I Now face is that I do not know what careers are available offshore and whats more is that I do not even know that names of the positions available,...

    Thanks for the Mud Loggers advice... DO you happen to know of any other positions that may possibly be easier to get into?

    Regards, Niall

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  • 08/03/13--21:44: Underwater Adhesives
  • This is the best salt water epoxy adhesive you can get. I've seen it used to fix a steel plate over a hole in a hull.

    http://www.go2marine.com/product/79357F/splash-zone-compound-underwater-epoxy-putty-a-788.html

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  • 08/03/13--21:44: Courses
  • Cheers mate

    Deffo think i'll go and spend money on the fort william course at them moment and try get some hnc/hnd in engineering, then try get some work experience somewhere onshore.

    I used to work in event production for the last 3 years working with rigging,health and safety, 3phase power (400amp and 150kvA+ generators)
    Team leading stuff like that and working long hours

    Dont if that will help me but maybe it will

    Thanks for the reply:)

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    Start Date:12/08/13
    Duration:Aprrox 4 weeks
    Location:Dutch North Sea
    Project & Activity:Pipeline cable lay support
    Within 12 mile limit:No
    Equipment:SMD Quasar
    Certification:Medical & Survival

    SMD experience preferred, must have strong work class pilot skills.

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    Hi All,

    We have a last-minute requirement for an ROV Pilot / Tech with Triton XLX experience.

    We are looking to hear from experienced pilot techs who are able to travel to Norway tomorrow (06.08.2013) and crew change on Wednesday (07.08.2013). Norwegian certs (survival and medical) are highly preferred but, if you do not have them, we will look to book in a last minute add-on course to cover you for work in the Norwegian Sector.

    Position: ROV Pilot / Tech
    Travel Date: 06.08.2013
    Crew Change: 07.08.2013
    Trip Length: 4 weeks (28 days)
    ROV: Triton XLX
    Project Scope: Subsea Construction
    Sector: Norway
    Vessel: Bahaman flagged

    We will uplift your required daily rate to account for basic rate Norwegian tax.

    This is an urgent requirement - I very much look forward to hearing from you soon.

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  • 08/07/13--14:31: OI considering terms
  • Thank you for responding!

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    There are loads of positions but if you've no experience then they're difficult to get into.

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  • 08/07/13--14:31: Courses
  • Stu
    I've been working for a rig company for 2 months now. I did a ROV course but it was a waste of time.
    I've got quite a senior supervisory engineering job which pays well. No one EVER asked for any qualifications! It was all down to previous experience.
    The ROV market is saturated - save your money.

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    Hi all,

    We are looking to recruit experienced ROV Pilot Techs who are able to work in East Asia and who have experience using the Triton ROV Series, in particular the XLX. This position is based around 6 week rotations offshore and the day rate is negotiable and dependant on candidate experience.

    If you have the required experience for this role then please email application@ivoffshore.com or visit our website (www.ivoffshore.com) for more information.

    Company: IV Offshore
    Contact: ROV Department
    Website: www.ivoffshore.com
    Telephone Number: 0044 1473 283 485

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  • 08/07/13--14:31: Rov Pilots
  • Working in the North Sea
    Looking for ROV Pilots
    Working on Trenching/Workclass/SMD
    4 week rotation
    Min 180 days worked
    Day rate of circa £405 a day


    Andy Young
    Energy Recruitment Company
    andy@energyrecruitmentcompany.com
    +442079600222
    www.energyrecruitmentcompany.com

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  • 08/07/13--14:31: Underwater Adhesives
  • I agree SplashZone is excellent, used it myself.
    You will not be reusing your gloves.

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    AGR Require 2 experienced Triton Pilot Techs to work in Europe for 3-4 weeks - from 18/8/13 - please email paul.dickie@agrl.co.uk

    Thanks

    Paul

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    Mate long time no speak give me a shout i have plenty of info for you.

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