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  • 08/08/13--15:03: Oceaneering problems
  • I am in the same situation.

    Since May 1st I have completed 14 whole days offshore!

    I have simulator flying time only and despite having a strong technical background, completing the TUC course (I know, I know) and then going on to score very well on my new hire course in Batam I find myself sitting at home.

    I regularly contact resources and get told to be patient!!!

    Some of my classmates from TUC now have over 200 hours on a variety of different equipment, started through agencies and then got offered employed work after proving themselves in the workplace.

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  • 08/08/13--15:03: Require 2 X Triton PT'S
  • .... plus further comment from a different admin....


    pauldickie-agr .... Here is your clue:

    * AGENCIES PLEASE READ! - Before posting in this section *

    PM sent.

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    I have four years experienced with Seaeye Panther, SMD Quasar and electrical background. Now I'm available for work.

    Cheers,
    anh.dao.rov@gmail.com
    +84 1677 838262

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    Immediate Opening - ROV Pilot Techs - Saab Seaeye Experience necessary.

    Last minute position to fill

    Experienced Pilot Techs only. Must be ready to fly out immediately - Passport a must.

    submit resumes to....

    Content deleted by admin as the post does not conform with the guidelines listed under:

    Agency - http://www.rovworld.com/ftopict-2356.html
    or
    Operators - http://www.rovworld.com/ftopict-2358.html


    *PM SENT*

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  • 08/09/13--15:40: tooling tech training
  • Guys,
    Made a rod for my own back last trip.
    Had a trainee, decent guy, keen as mustard!, and I suggested that with his trade background, he should look at tooling as a way forward as he was struggling to get days offshore.
    Thought the easiest thing in the world would be for him to get a start onshore working up gear, but he has been twice asked "what training courses he has completed?".
    Apart from Subnet I cant find any tooling "courses", anybody got any pointers?.

    Maybe someday Ill learn to "keep my trap shut"!!!!!

    Rolling Eyes Evil or Very Mad

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  • 08/10/13--16:05: Immediate Job Opening
  • Pilot Tech needed - Saab experience a must 200 Hours+
    Falcon/Tiger/Lynx/Cougar preferable
    Job - 1 Week with potential for 50 days
    USA - Northeast

    Nat Spencer
    Meridian Ocean Services
    info@meridianocean.com
    +14014840675
    www.meridianocean.com

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    TRITON XLS /XLX experienced PTs required ASAP:

    Duration 45 days rotation available.

    Date of mobilization: 17th of August 2013.

    PTs with 2 years experience on Triton XLS/XLX systems or more may apply.

    Experience on maintenance of (dismantling & assembling) Schilling manipulators will be given preference while shortlisting.

    Send CVs to senigalg@ccc.ae, more details could be provided via email.

    Note: Direct hire only; American, Canadian nationals are not eligible to apply due to visa processing difficulties; Candidates should hold valid Passport + Seaman's Book; Original Certificates should be produced if requested for; Emails without CVs shall be neglected.

    DO NOT REPLY TO THIS POST

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  • 08/12/13--17:31: Advance Global Recruitment
  • Advance Global Recruitment - we require - 1 x ROV Supervisor - Seaeye Cougar experience rerquired - 4 weeks - working in Germany - starting on the 14th of August - if you or anyone you know is available, please email - euan.archibald@agrl.co.uk www.agrl.co.uk

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  • 08/12/13--17:31: Quantum Supervisor Required
  • Hi All,

    We are currently looking for the following;
    Position: ROV Supervisor
    Start Date: Approx. 1st Sept
    Location: China
    Duration: Approx. 45 days
    ROV: Quantum

    Please note that the conditions on the vessel are not the greatest with no Internet. Very good rates of pay however.

    If you are interested then please send me your CV to stephen@css-shipservices.com
    Please feel free to contact me if you require anymore information.

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  • 08/12/13--17:31: oh, dear....
  • In hindsight, maybe it would have been prudent to make the small boat fast on the tanker if possible?
    Still, it's only a VR, easy peasy to reterm and get back in the water...

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    Start Date: 20th August 2013
    Duration: 5 Weeks
    Certification: Offshore medical & Survival plus yellow fever vaccination.

    Project/Activity:
    Installation of pipe-line sleepers (supports)
    Installation of log mats
    Installation of concrete mattresses
    Pipe lay support (TDM)
    Survey
    Water depth Up to 120 MSW
    Location Cabinda (End client CABGOC ((Chevron)
    Congo River delta

    We need to send the following information to our client ASAP.

    Border Visa (Angola):
    Delay:minimum 12 days before departure
    1. Completed BDT form (BDT - ANGOLA’S VISA DOCUMENTS & PERSONNEL DATA.docx)
    2. Copy passport. Validity must be at least 18 months as from travel date + at least 5 blank pages
    3. 2 passport photos (with name on the back)
    4. Copy CV
    5. Degree or certificate
    6. Yellow Fever booklet
    7. Bosiet
    Travelers will have to carry all the above in original when travelling to Angola (except native original degree or certificate)


    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 job ref, alternatively follow link below.


    Click here to apply/express your interest in this position

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  • 08/13/13--18:09: Skandi Constructor
  • Helix / Canyon has taken on the Skandi Constructor on a long term lease. Anyone knows if Canyon themselves are providing the ROV crew or if DOF does that as its their vessel?

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    I have recently discharged from the Royal Australian Navy where I was an Electronic Technician Submariner and now I'm looking at entering the ROV industry.

    I served for 10 years in the Navy as an Electronic Technician, and as part of my job I have conducted pre and post starts on Sonar, Communications systems, Networks, Navigational Aids, as well as fault finding and repairs, I’ve removed and installed a wide range of high end electronic systems both on Submarines and Surface ships. Throughout my Naval Career I maintained a very high work ethic and was reported highly on from my supervisors.

    I have just recently completed my ROV04 Commercial Oilfield ROV Pilot course from Subnet Services Ltd in the Philippines, in which I finished with a final exam result of 96% as well as finishing on top of the class during our flying training on both the Sea-Botix and the Navajo ROVs. My course included Electronics , Fibre Optics (under FOA guidelines), High Power and Hydraulics. This was conducted in Manila under the watchful eyes of instructors from MFI Foundation Inc.

    My training then continued in Subic Bay at IDESS Maritime Centre, where under the guide of Subnets Instructors we were trained up the health and safety requirements of living and working offshore as well at safety within the ROV work environment. We conducted both night time and day time flying using the Sea-Botix LBV150-4 and Sub-Atlantic Navajo. During this time we in counted a few faults on both ROVs including simple thrust faults to telemetry faults which where all fixed in a timely manner. I have completed my offshore UKOOA Medical (American Outpatients Clinic) and my OPITO BOSIET (IDESS Maritime Centre Inc.)

    I am extremely excited about starting this new career, and I’m available immediately for any possible work (short term or long term work), and I'm willing to travel anywhere where I can gain the experience I need.

    If you feel that perhaps my training and experience in the Navy would show me as a good fit for one the positions in which you are currently hiring or for any position that may come up in the future, please do not hesitate to contact me.

    Email: adrian.martinac@gmail.com
    LinkedIn Page: http://au.linkedin.com/pub/adrian-martinac/5a/ab1/200/

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  • 08/14/13--23:47: ROV Crew - SMD
  • Hi all,

    We currently have a number of positions available for various levels of ROV personnel to join ongoing projects across all of Europe. If you have the necessary certificates (BOSIET, Medical, etc) and you have reached the below job titles previously, then please get in touch via email with your CV or call our head office to ask for our ROV department.

    Positions Available
    ROV Supervisor
    ROV Pilot Technician

    Locations
    North Sea
    UK Waters
    German Waters

    All of these positions are using a variety of SMD systems on board a vessel. If you are interested and would like to be considered then please send your CV to application@ivoffshore.com or visit our website to get more information of how to get in touch with us.

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  • 08/14/13--23:47: Maersk Recorder
  • Hello!
    Has any worked on the maersk recorder before?
    If so does the vessel have a gym and wifi? I'm struggling to find this info online.

    Thanks!

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  • 08/14/13--23:47: Fugro ROV trainee
  • What are they like to work for - you work, they pay you money, its a rather vague question to ask! They are somewhere in-between daily beatings and peeling grapes and feeding you using naked angels.

    In reality, you get a job with anyone who will give you one as a Trainee, once you are in the door, its much easier to get work elsewhere.

    Just remember, these companies are taking people on to operate and maintain their equipment, they know you cannot learn to become an ROV pilot until you get a job as an ROV pilot, hence why the concentrate on the technical ability of new starts. Suggest you have a read through the internet on what work Fugro do offshore etc. try and find out a bit about the company. Expect to have to demonstrate (by questioning) whatever you have put on your CV to ensure you're not bullshitting. You MAY get shown a hydraulic or electrical diagram and asked questions about it (depending on your background).

    Write down your questions to remind you what it is you want to ask them.

    Trainee I think is round about £20k a year and £90 a day offshore, £70 if you work in base.

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  • 08/14/13--23:47: New to it all
  • cheers James. Ive had a wee look through most of it and got a lot of info, got to be an info gatherer to get yourself ahead of the game. Some people just think things will get handed to them on a plate.

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    HI,,

    We are looking for a panther PT/ SPV,, for a project in Saudi Arabia
    Duration: 8 weeks starting from Septemper

    If intrested please forward your Cv to yhamid@indepth-international.com

    Kind Regards,
    Hamid Yusuf

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  • 08/18/13--09:57: Oceaneering
  • Anybody work for them? any comments to make ?

    Thanks

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    I had an interview with Oceaneering during may. the question are mixed with electronics, Hydraulics and mechanical. its about 110 questioned in total.

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