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Subsea Giant Creating 100 Jobs North Of The Border

The world's largest subsea engineering, procurement and construction company is creating 100 jobs in Scotland.

FMC Technologies is expanding its manufacturing plant at Dunfermline and offices in Aberdeen.


Contract Switch Will Mean Layoffs In Aberdeen

Some staff at an oil firm's operations in Aberdeen face being made redundant after it announced a £130million deal yesterday to contract out the work.

Petrofac, the oil and gas facilities service operator, is taking over responsibility for the management of the Thistle and Heather platforms from Lundin Britain in a life-of-field contract.

Most of the staff at Lundin will transfer to Petrofac, but some will lose their jobs.


ROV Pilot Vacancy - Aberdeen, UK.

HPR writes:  I'm looking for an Aberdeen based ROV Pilot with an inspection background for some work early in the New Year using an observation class vehicle.  Please contact


Note: This is not an ROVworld vacancy.  Please use the email address above when inquiring about this position.

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Perry Slingsby - UK Employment Opportunities

Perry Slingsby is offering the next employment opportunities in the UK:
- Electronics Laboratory Supervisor
- Sales Support Engineer


Inspire and the Atlas Services Group

As a positive step towards adding value to the personnel who have registered with Inspire, the current owners have agreed to transfer all activities to the Atlas Services Group, effective from June 21st 2004.


D.O.O.R. International bv & the ATLAS Services Group

The D.O.O.R group of companies have joined forces with the ATLAS Services Group, a leading supplier of personnel and services to the Maritime and Oil & Gas industries. With effect from April 01st 2004, our new company name is D.O.O.R. International BV.


Energy company to shed 160 staff

Energy services group Fugro confirmed yesterday that it would be making around 90 of its 570 staff in Aberdeen compulsorily redundant, and that another 70 or so would be leaving voluntarily.

A further small number of staff will be transferred to other group companies in the UK and overseas, joint managing director Jim Sommerville said.


Rig Fabrication Job Jeopardy

Between 100 and 200 jobs could be in jeopardy after an American company decided to pull out of Great Yarmouth.

Varco International, who took over Morinoak International Limited (MIL) in September 2001, have decided to pull the plug on its rig fabrication business because of poor financial results in the operation.


Progress on Redundancies Consultation

Energy services firm Fugro said yesterday it was "progressing well" with its 90-day consultation on redundancies.

The group said last month it planned to make up to 174 staff redundant from its 570-strong Aberdeen workforce, but later hoped the losses could be almost 60% less than those feared.

That was after almost 100 potential job opportunities were identified elsewhere within the Dutch group.

Joint managing director Jim Sommerville said: "By the end of next week, we hope to have our entire senior and operations management team in place and a significant number of jobs confirmed as secure."

He was confident compulsory redundancies at the end of the consultation period would be much lower than the total staff reduction, due to voluntary redundancies, transfers and some resignations.

Source: The Press & Journal


Perry Tritech Ltd. - Sales and Marketing Manager

danfrov writes:  Perry Tritech are looking for a Sales and Marketing Manager based in Aberdeen.

see The Press & Journal for details.

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