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PostPosted: 06:57 Thu 16 Feb 12  

Just heard i-Tech 7 are looking for trainees and experienced guys..........
 

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PostPosted: 01:46 Fri 17 Feb 12  

I have tried several times to apply on their website. The form does not want to attach my documents. It would be nice if someone could provide a proper email address for the ROV Ops manager in Aberdeen and Houston offices.
 

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PostPosted: 07:51 Fri 17 Feb 12  

The site isnt the clearest of sites to apply with is it.

Can send ya round in circles at times.

Email contact would be much better.
 

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PostPosted: 09:29 Fri 17 Feb 12  

82ross

PM to you.

Cheers
John99
 

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PostPosted: 20:45 Sat 18 Feb 12  

Hi, just been on the website, associate ROV pilot /tech call me daft but is that a posh name for a trainee??
 

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PostPosted: 16:59 Mon 20 Feb 12  

Where are they based ?
 

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PostPosted: 06:28 Tue 21 Feb 12  

I found the application process ok,fair bit of info to Input but that's to be expected.fingers crossed everyone.
 

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PostPosted: 17:16 Tue 21 Feb 12  

I made contact with their HR folk, who tell me their IT guys are looking into it. Was advised that its a glitch and to persevere. Worked for me on the 2nd attempt Very Happy
 

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PostPosted: 18:05 Tue 21 Feb 12  

Charlie72 wrote:
Hi, just been on the website, associate ROV pilot /tech call me daft but is that a posh name for a trainee??


Associate ROV PT?

A posh name..... You could be correct... companies are always looking for new way to expand the range of pay grades. I'm not sure that 'Associate' will catch on though.
 

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PostPosted: 08:50 Wed 22 Feb 12  

Hi Guys.

Also applied online for this position.

Has anyone had any feedback yet as to whether they will be
getting an interview?

Also does any one have any info on how subsea work with there trainees?
Is there an initial period in the workshop? Do the have a training school? etc.
 

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PostPosted: 16:12 Wed 22 Feb 12  

I can't remember exactly but has the closing date even passed yet? I don't think anyone would be getting interview information till after that.

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PostPosted: 05:57 Thu 23 Feb 12  

That's what I thought.

But i did see a post on ROV world last week from a guy saying he had an interview on Monday there and was looking for advice.

The post has since been deleted but it was there.

Was just checking if anyone else had heard anything.

Hopefully they will be taking on a decent amount of guys.

I don't know but i have heard Subsea 7 are a good firm to
get in with when you are starting out in the industry?
 

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PostPosted: 08:29 Thu 23 Feb 12  

I don't know but i have heard Subsea 7 are a good firm to
get in with when you are starting out in the industry?[/quote]

2 years back worked with a South African Trainee. He was on a 108 US$ dayrate, they were withholding 20% of that for tax, so he was on roughly 86 US$ per day. He was not a happy chap, but nobody forced him to sign.

It might be tempting to try and sell yourself cheap to get a foot in industry, but your not doing yourself a favour or the guys you work with. Do your research.
 

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PostPosted: 00:11 Fri 24 Feb 12  

Does anyone know what subsea would be paying there trainees on this intake?

even a rough guide? and also do tjhe always deduct a further 20%?
 

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PostPosted: 04:03 Fri 24 Feb 12  

John99 wrote:
I don't know but i have heard Subsea 7 are a good firm to
get in with when you are starting out in the industry?


2 years back worked with a South African Trainee. He was on a 108 US$ dayrate, they were withholding 20% of that for tax, so he was on roughly 86 US$ per day. He was not a happy chap, but nobody forced him to sign.

It might be tempting to try and sell yourself cheap to get a foot in industry, but your not doing yourself a favour or the guys you work with. Do your research.[/quote]

Goodness!

Not much has really changed then for 'us' South Africans; when I started with Oceaneering in Feb of 2005 they paid U$100 off.shore rate (half of that was considered travel.rate) plus a U$1000 / month was the retainer.
I agree though, of course no one is forcing you to accept to sign such a contract... but then if this is the only way in, then so be it - or?


Confused
 

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