One of our clients has 2 urgent vacancies crew changing in Norway on 13.12.2013 - for 2 ROV Pilot Tech with Schilling UHD experience.
The trip will only be for 7 days, and will be completing work on a construction project. A summary is included below:
ROV: Schilling UHD (UHD or HD experience will be considered)
Duration: 7 days
Crew Change Date: 13.12.2013
Certs: Valid Norwegian Medical and Survival required
Potential for repeat trips in 2014 (2-4 weeks in length): Yes, following good performance here
If you are available for this trip, please call +44 1726 86 22 00 and ask for Will or Leanne. Alternatively, please forward your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good Morning Gents,
Advance Global Recruitment are looking for Trenching personnel for the enclosed role:
Location - UK North Sea
Mob Date - 10th December 2013
Duration - 4 Weeks
Vessel - 2 Different Vessels Mobbing same day.
If you have Trenching experience, can work over xmas and are interested please contact me directly.
Thank you James et al for running Rovworld during these years,
it is bad news that this website is locking down.
True, the forum was flooded by ROV wannabe's, yet Rovworld proved to be a useful, independent source of informations.
If the website is going to be taken over by somebody, I hope it will have some kind of banning for training establishments and people asking over and over the same questions about getting into ROV's.
All the best,
Yes it was nice for someone to let us know that the ads were out of date but my experience with Oil Careers is if you see a job that being Published and you apply if that job has expired the oil careers web site tells you " Sorry The Job Your applying For Has Expired " This is why on the ad your see ,Advert Published date and Expiry date .
Anyway people are now aware and and will act accordingly but you dont need to flood the market with requirements to run a successful agency .
Its a pity that this site is closing at the end of the month so the topic will continue on Facebook or Linkedin .
Thanks again James / Ray for your hard work keeping this site going but my own view is that there is a requirement for a independent dedicated rov site. Yes there are so many people looking for employment but thats just the sign of the times that we live in .
Linkedin nor Facebook have a data base like Rov World yes the site will remain open but information gets out of data so fast and since the site will be locked there is no way to up date it .
Anyway I am getting off the main Topic .
Cheers for Now
Lol, I threw up a little!
Not a truer word spoken....however....
What goes around comes around.
The agencies will come a cropper sooner or later...The cheap guys come at a cost, they are a liability.
The clients know the score, they also are getting the picture with regards to the more ruthless of agencies, and I have heard this from the horses mouth.
That is the trend of this industry I'm afraid. No idea or commercial planning, they see as far as the end of there noses and not the "Big Picture"
A professional costs a lot of money....an amateur costs even more.
Can confirm that ordering from Norway is fine, tho it did take some time to get answers from the emails.
Equipment arrived on time (not thrusters).
|1. Safety factor for ROV Instruments and ROV/TMS Hydrolics. |
Im not going to answer the question but try steer you in a good direction.
Is this the whole question as they asked it?
If so, think about what happens when they are energised or turned on. for instance:
1. If you are adding instruments to a rov do you leave all the power on? probably not....
2. For ROV/TMS hydraulics, it would refer to the procedures for the vehicle as well as the companies precedures. For instance you wouldnt turn on the hydraulics without having someone on comms outside and you would have certain other things in place before operation which would be discussed in TBT etc. But it would depend on what you were doing.
I hope this points you in a good direction. Remember its not just safety for personnel but also the vehicle.
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