Please post some specs, and a few pictures.
Ok I have updated the list .Most Uk and agency's in Europe offer the same work your just have to shop around or go direct if possible for the best rates.
Roumungery, don't you just love it!
I heard that there are 5 FRF to the !
Meridian Ocean Services, LLC
Position available: ROV Pilot Tech 1 and 2
ROV System: XLS and Comanche
Job duration: 3 weeks
Experience: 2 plus years
It's also a very cyclical (or cynical) industry! Rates are being squeezed down right now.
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Nautech Services Limited
2nd Floor | 25 Commercial Buildings | St Helier |
Jersey | JE2 3NB | Channel Islands
Tel: +44 (0)1534 485 838
Fax: +44 (0)1534 767 366
Every company, contract and area of the world is different.
You can either work a dayrate contract where you are paid only when you work. You can get a fixed salary and an offshore allowance for every day you work offshore. You can also get a salary and a guaranteed number of offshore days every month whether you work them or not.
There are some companies out there that take you on and then leave you at home for months just paying you a small retainer with no guarantee they will send you offshore to earn proper money. As you are planning on working in GOM, be aware that Oceaneering has been known to do this with some new starts.
I'm heading to Aberdeen in a couple weeks to do certs and am trying to arrange meetings. Could anybody pm me an HR email contact for Canyon Helix? It's the only one I'm having issues finding.
I would greatly appreciate it.
every day my inbox is innundated by loads of these fishing expeditions and they repeat them all the time followed a couple of days later by availability requests from same agents its stupid ,, and frankly annoying and vary unproffessional
Saipem cant hold onto staff contract or permy due to poor rates and crap conditions on some vessel and a hopless back office staff who cant organise visas or get payroll and expenses right ,,
I would say that you will need a 'can do' attitude, and be able to fault-find LOGICALLY and successfully.
Tooling is not as technically demanding as aircraft systems, and really, other than fit and operate, you only need to be able to fix it.
As long as you have a pulse, can breathe unaided, demonstrate a pragmatic and logical thought process and are a thoroughly nice chap (ess?) then you should be fine.