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Urgently looking for ROV Supervisors and ROV Pilot Tech 1s to work mobilise from either Aberdeen or Humber in the UK ASAP.

Looking for candidates with XLX or XLS experience.

Contract and permanent positions available. Client is looking to mobilise the first crew, within the next one week.

4:4 rotation

If you are interested, please e mail your CV and certificates to

william.feddon@esrg.co.uk

I am happy to pay a referral fee if I can successfully place your referral.

Thanks,

William Feddon
Head of Power Generation
william.feddon@ersg.co.uk
www.ersg.co.uk
Still on sale ?
JOB REF: ST14-1271 - ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN
Start Date: 21/05/14
Duration: 4:4 rotations until the end of summer 2014
Location: Norway
Project/Activity: Ploughing project, using SMD built Plough
Certification: Norwegian Survival, Offshore Medical and relevant trade certification

Ideal candidate will have a strong electrical and offshore background with experience on ploughing projects.


JOB REF: ST14-1272 - ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT SUPERVISOR
Start Date: 21/05/14
Duration: 4:4 rotations until the end of summer 2014
Location: Norway
Project/Activity: Ploughing project, using SMD built Plough
Certification: Norwegian Survival, Offshore Medical and relevant trade certification

Ideal candidate will have a strong electrical and offshore background with experience on ploughing projects. Minimum of 2 years supervisory experience
If you feel you meet the requirements and are interested in the above post, please call +44 (0)1429 868543 or email jobs@seatechs.com quoting the relevant reference number
Hi Jim,

An HNC would help for sure, but in my opinion your background should give you some chance, unless your tech skills have evaporated, and I don't think it's the case...

Just try to highlight your tech experience and the practical side while minimizing your academic side, which doesn't give you extra points as you can see by comments above.

Good luck,

rov_er
Sapesco Egypt are looking for a Supervisor / Pilot / Tec for a Sub Atlantic Comanche .
Contact details :- aelsherify@sapesco.com
manar.a@sapesco.com

Ahmed Elsherify

Operations Manager

Sapesco Offshore Services (SOS)

Sahara Petroleum Services Company (SAPESCO)

Tel.: 202 2670 2140 / 2

Fax: 202 2670 2144

Mobile: + 2 010 43 11 333

Email: aelsherify@sapesco.com

Web Site : www.sapesco.com
Have a look under Site Info (on the left) and you'll see a search option. This now works after last nights site wide upgrade.
Hi all,

I have just been contacted by a client who is urgently looking for a Senior Pilot Tech / Sub Eng with Well Intervention Experience to travel to Egypt within the next 2 days to undertake a 28 day trip.

Owing to the short lead in period, candidates based in Europe or North Africa are preferred.

The ROV in use is a Triton XLS. Experience on this ROV is preferred, but - at this late stage - WROV experience and a good hydraulic / mechanical skill set will be gratefully received.

The vessel is a DSV built in 1987, and the SOW will be Well Ops / Well Intervention.

If anybody is available for work and looking for get offshore as soon as possible, please forward me your up to date CV & Certs (wbest@atlasprofessionals.com). I will endeavour to call you this evening but, failing that, I will email back / call tomorrow.

Thanks for your time, I hope to hear from some of you soon.
T-Boy wrote:


If you did have an accident after those kind of hours, then I doubt if you would have a leg to stand on Wink


Actually (in the UK for example) the employer has duty of care to it's employees under a working time directive 1998. Argue the toss about contractors v employees as much as you wish.. IMHO The courts would view anyone to be working as an employee and offer them the protection of the law in that respect.

In the UK.
Quote:
Daily rest
Under the Working Time Regulations 1998, regulation 10, a worker is entitled to a rest period of 11 consecutive hours rest in each 24 hour period during which he works for his employer.


There are 'get out' clauses such as change of shift etc. but in the case of an incident UK courts would also wish the employer to demonstrate that they are consciously doing their best to comply with the working time directive. If it can be demonstrated that they continuously ignore the directive then they'll be in trouble!

So, I would suggest that if there was an accident attributed to tiredness and it was discovered that the company knowingly kept you on the go for as long as you mention then they would also be held liable.

As for maximum travel hours... I think it's a grey area and only defined in company travel policy (if at all) and not legislated upon by HSE. HSE where? Would be my next question... UK? Thailand? Congo?

Now back to the real world.

1) Ask whom ever arranges your travel to include a break in your itinerary for the reasons you have stated. Send your concerns by email and keep the response, which might be along similar lines to the recent American Airways tweeted customer support response!

2) Keep a travel log (or at least all you tickets stubs as proof of travel) in case anything untoward happens.

3) Make too much noise and you'll likely not get any travel information from that company in future, so it'll no longer be an issue! Such is offshore/ROV style life.
Hi guys,

Please see below our current requirements:

Roles: Supervisor and Pilot Tech
ROV: Comanche
Starting date: 19th April
Duration: 30 days
Location: Egypt

Please send CVs to amagula@indepth-international.com
Hi guys,

Senior Elec Tech
To start today or tomorrow
Osprey
Approx. 1 week
North Sea

Please forward your CV to Danielle.case@marissubsea.com or call +44 1502 509387
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