13 November 2018:
GENERAL OCEAN NEWS
RS Aqua, a leading and largest marine science technology distributor, have exclusively partnered with Riptide Autonomous Solutions to bring Riptide’s unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) technology to the UK and Ireland.
Riptide Autonomous Solutions are developers and manufacturers of a family of man portable Autonomous Undersea Vehicles. Riptide launched their smallest form factor micro UUV (µUUV) in late 2015, with the first commercial deliveries in early 2016. Since then, the technology has developed and matured, now with an established list of customers and collaborators now using these class-leading vehicles in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific. Riptide have since developed larger form factor UUVs, with vehicle diameters at 4.875”, 7.5” and 9.375”, and from 22” to 60” in length, allowing for many modular configurations for navigation, sensor and power technologies. Larger vehicles better accommodate large sensor payloads and very long endurance missions. All of Riptides vehicles share the benefits of ease of use, modular and versatile construction, ultra-low power processing, best in class hydrodynamics, and low cost.
RS Aqua are pleased to already be working with a number of UK users of Riptide technology, which complements RS Aqua’s established range of high performance, proven and easy to use marine science technologies.
The GEBCO-Nippon Foundation Alumni Team successfully completed an extensive week of testing ahead of the final round of the Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE. The team was the first to register on-site in the port city of Kalamata, Greece, where eight teams are vying to be crowned champions of the $7 million global competition that aims to advance deep sea technologies for autonomous, fast, high-resolution ocean exploration.
All technical systems involved in the team’s concept have been put through their paces, including a purpose-built Kongsberg Maritime Hugin AUV System, rated to operate at depths up to 4,500 metres, and a SEA-KIT™ Unmanned Surface Vessel, USV Maxlimer. The SEA-KIT™ vessel has been designed and built by Hushcraft in the UK, and possesses a unique remotely controlled system to launch and recover the AUV. Autonomous navigation and control is provided by Kongsberg’s K-MATE autonomy engine.
In the final, the GEBCO-Nippon Foundation Alumni team will have just 24 hours to map at least half of the 500 square kilometre competition area at a resolution of 5 metres (horizontal) by 0.5 metres (vertical). Following the latest round of testing, the team is confident that they can meet this difficult challenge.
For further information visit https://www.gebco.net/
iXblue Phins Subsea & Rovins Inertial Navigation Systems (INS) have been chosen by TechnipFMC and Fugro to provide accurate and reliable navigation information for the Kaombo ultra-deep-water offshore project.
Located off the coast of Angola, at depths from 1,400m to 1,950m, the Kaombo project comprises 6 fields spreading over 800 km2. iXblue Phins Subsea & Rovins INS are being used to provide highly accurate and reliable position, heading, attitude, speed, depth and heave to the ROVs conducting the subsea operations and have truly met the customers’ demanding expectations.
For further information visit www.ixblue.com
Recently joining C-Tecnics’ steadily growing distributor network, SCHOLZ Ingenieurbüro will represent the Aberdeen, Scotland-based subsea electronics manufacturer in the German market, providing tailored, high quality solutions to the marine research and environmental sectors.
Scholz has long specialised in the research and development of bespoke subsea imaging technology, and partnering with the manufacturing capability of C-Tecnics has enabled them to fulfil a number of projects to end users in various markets. Projects to date include the manufacture and supply of a high speed camera system for the precision monitoring of fast-moving underwater objects, a POE (Power Over Ethernet) stationary ‘180° viewing’ underwater camera designed for long term deployment and underwater surveillance, and a number of High Definition subsea camera systems currently used by marine science and research facilities.
For further information visit www.c-tecnics.com
A leading independent provider of subsea equipment rental, sales and services to the offshore industry, Ashtead Technology Limited has announced that it has secured a global master lease agreement with a wholly-owned subsidiary of global oilfield services provider, Oceaneering International Inc.
The agreement will see Ashtead offer Oceaneering’s range of ROV tools and systems for rental from its facilities in Aberdeen, Abu Dhabi, Houston and Singapore.
Oceaneering is a market leading manufacturer of an extensive fleet of ROV equipment comprising of over 5,000 items, including torque tools and test jigs, flying lead orientation tools, hot stabbing equipment, cleaning tools and cutters.
Oceaneering is a global provider of engineered services and products, primarily to the offshore energy industry. Through the use of its applied technology expertise, Oceaneering also serves the defense, entertainment, and aerospace industries.
A globally recognised market leader in subsea technology rental, management and consultancy services, Ashtead is committed to further improving and growing its range of value-added services which include engineered measurement solutions, asset management and equipment sales and rental. The company employs over 120 people in Aberdeen, Abu Dhabi, Houston, London and Singapore.
For further information visit www.ashtead-technology.com
N-Sea, a leading IMR subsea services provider, has expanded service capabilities in the Middle East, reinforcing its commitment to the region.
With a proven track record in the North Sea, the TUP Diving System has recently arrived in the Middle East for refurbishment and work in the region. N-Sea opened its regional office in Dubai in 2016, after identifying the region as a key focus.
Designed and built in-house by N-Sea, the TUP Diving System is a mobile, surface-oriented closed bell diving system comprising a three-man bell, launch and recovery system, triple lock decompression chamber and gas diver control (Air/Trimix/Nitrox). Deployable from most DPII support vessels and platforms, the cost-effective system bridges the gap between regular surface-oriented and saturation diving operations while delivering significant benefits to clients, including increased workable bottom time by up to 63%, diver safety and swift mobilisation.
N-Sea specialises in subsea services for the renewable, oil and gas, and telecom/utility industries, as well as for civil contracting communities. With a focus on safe and efficient operations, N-Sea provides near shore, offshore and survey services to asset operators and tier 1 contractors.
N-Sea will be exhibiting the TUP system on the NPCC (National Petroleum Construction Company) stand at ADIPEC between the 12-15 November in Abu Dhabi.
iSURVEY, a leading provider of survey and positioning services to the global oil and gas, offshore renewables and telecommunications markets, has successfully completed a 30-day geophysical seabed survey for Allseas, a major offshore pipelay and subsea construction company.
As part of the forthcoming Nord Stream 2 pipeline project, the contract marked a first for the iSURVEY Group. Taking on a vessel charter, the team had full contract responsibility for the vessel, marine, survey, processing and reporting elements of the entire scope.
The project involved the team identifying any obstructions or hazardous seabed features prior to forthcoming pipelay anchoring and mooring operations.
This 40km section of route survey took place in the German Baltic and was carried out from the SeaZip FIX, on charter to iSURVEY. This proved an ideal platform for the survey and ROV operations, with a moonpool deployment frame providing a retractable mounting location for vessel-based attitude monitoring, positioning and geophysical sensors. Combined Multi-beam Echo Sounder (MBES) and Side Scan Sonar (SSS) systems were utilised throughout the survey, along with a towed magnetometer / gradiometer system.
iSURVEY Offshore Managing Director, Andrew McMurtrie, commented: “We are pleased to play our part in the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project, a significant construction scope. Having full control of the vessel spread, from a commercial and operational perspective, this is the nature of contracting model we aim to develop further. Working with SeaZip allowed us to do this in a highly co-operative way.
For further information visit www.isurvey-group.com
Comex Innovations are pleased to announce the successful completion of their first two North Sea offshore inspection jobs using the ORUS3D underwater photogrammetry system. The system was selected for both jobs after successful discussions with clients at OI18 and subsequent meetings. Both operations called for the highest accuracy of measurement available on the market and our customers identified the ORUS3D system as the best solution for the jobs. With quick installation and short survey times, the clients in water period was reduced thus reducing the complexity and cost of the survey, whilst having no requirement for navigation or ROV sensors, maintains the integrity of the system by reducing errors from other data sets. Both projects were completed to the great satisfaction of the end client and the ORUS3D system is now being proposed for a range of other projects in 2019 and beyond.
The system lends itself to asset damage assessment and measurement, engineering measurement, decommission preplanning and chain and hull inspections. The system is also ideal for environmental and archaeological inspections.
Seeing the need for a simple, low-cost, ultra-compact pan and tilt for moving its lights and cameras, Arctic Rays, LLC has released Hammerhead for use on multiple platforms, including ROVs, HOVs, ASVs, landers and fixed platforms. Hammerhead provides a rated torque of 6.8 N-m (5 ft-lbs) and a stall torque of 12.2 N-m (9 ft-lbs) in a compact envelope measuring only 5.45” (138mm) tall x 4.06” (103mm) wide x 2.5” (63mm) deep. Hammerhead features absolute position feedback and unlimited rotation in both axes at speeds up to 5 rpm (30 degrees/sec) with user-settable soft-stops and turns counter for precise control. It is made of 316 Stainless Steel and available in a 1,000-meter rated air-filled version, or a 6,000-meter oil-filled version. In-air weight for the oil filled version is 2.7 kg (6.0 lbs), with in-water weight being 2.0 kg (4.4 lbs).
Electrically, Hammerhead can accept an input voltage of 10 to 50 VDC and draws 120mA per axis un-loaded, and 425mA per axis stalled. Multi-drop RS232 control with soft-addressing allows up to 250 units on a single serial port.
Well construction specialist, DeltaTek Global, has announced the inaugural deployment of its SeaCure technology.
The work scope for Chevron North Sea took place on the West Wick subsea appraisal well which is being drilled from the Ocean Guardian.
Providing major time and cost savings, the pioneering SeaCure cementing system delivers stabbed-in, inner string cementing for subsea wells and was deployed to cement a 30″ conductor casing. With no shoe track present, SeaCure eliminated the need to perform a dedicated clean out run prior to drilling commencing with a 12 1/4″ Bottom Hole Assembly (BHA) straight out of the 30″ float shoe.
The project is a continuation of SeaCure’s successful field trials completed earlier this year which were also supported by the Oil & Gas Technology Centre.
Launched in 2015, DeltaTek’s disruptive innovations, SeaCure® and ArticuLock® were created in response to the growing requirement for efficiently implemented, intelligent, cost saving and risk reducing products.
For further information visit www.deltatekglobal.com
ON THE MOVE
David Maclean is retiring from his executive role at AutoNaut Ltd with effect from 1 January 2019. He has been running the company since founding it with Mike Poole in 2012.
Pete Bromley will take the reins as Managing Director of AutoNaut in a natural move up from his role leading technical developments over the past 3 years. Phil Johnston will take on increased responsibilities on the commercial side of the business.
Pete previously worked on underwater systems for the defence market followed by key roles in the marine renewables sector. Immediately prior to joining AutoNaut Pete was involved in deploying and commissioning the first full scale grid connected tidal turbine in Welsh waters.
Pete comments: “I am delighted to be taking on this challenge at such an exciting time for AutoNaut. With boats operating all over the world, David has built a great platform from which to take the business forward.”
Mark Burnett, COO of Seiche Water Technology Group, which holds a majority stake in AutoNaut, adds: “We would like to thank David for all his dedication and hard work at AutoNaut. We wish him all the best for his retirement. It is now time to welcome Pete to his new role as he leads AutoNaut’s fantastic team in this dynamic sector.”
David will retain a non-executive Director role on the AutoNaut board. He will continue to represent the company at events and workshops.
For further information visit www.autonautUSV.com
As a keen golfer Michael’s precise nature and exacting skill have not only helped him on the fairway but also in business. Michael is joining MacArtney from one of the largest steel and technical sales company in Denmark to embark on his new role as CCO. With a HD(O) in Organisational Leadership from the University of Southern Denmark, Michael’s career began in international sales.
Over the years Michael’s professional growth has seen him take on Sales Director and Business Management roles with leading technology companies from Saab to ABB. Within ABB, an international technology company, Michael headed up the Centre of Excellence specialising in power projects and instrumentation.
Michael’s strong background in international sales and business management makes him the perfect fit for MacArtney. Michael’s industry experience within Oil & Gas and Defence already aligns with MacArtney’s own role as a system solutions provider for all marine-related industries. From design to installation, MacArtney manufactures high-quality products, fully integrated systems and innovative custom solutions for customers around the world.
Currently, Michael is almost finished with an MBA in Business Administration and has been officially appointed as CCO at MacArtney from the 1st of November. MacArtney would like to take this opportunity to welcome Michael to the MacArtney team and wish him a successful tee off.
For further information visit http://www.macartney.com
Tim Mulders has been appointed Business Developer and will be based in the newly-opened office in Dubai
Ampelmann, the global leader in offshore access solutions, has opened its second office in the Middle East in a move to further expand its presence in the region. The office in Dubai (UAE) will be manned by Tim Mulders as Business Developer. Together with the team in the already established office in Doha, Qatar, Mr. Mulders will be strengthening Ampelmann’s position in the regional market.
With growing demands for safe and efficient Walk to Work (W2W) services, this new office is the right – and necessary – way forward. Ampelmann is currently enabling multiple crew change campaigns, among which two with vessel owner Caspian Marine Services.
As many existing as well as potential clients operate in the region, Dubai is perfectly located as a hub for travel to Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Saudi Arabia.
Ampelmann will be exhibiting at this year’s ADIPEC conference, 12-15 November, in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. You can meet the team at booth 11312, Hall 11, in the Holland Pavilion.
For further information visit https://www.ampelmann.nl/
EVENTS, TRAINING & DEMONSTRATIONS
Teledyne CARIS™ is pleased to announce they are sponsoring the upcoming Map the Gaps GEBCO Symposium in Canberra, Australia on November 14th, 2018.This is a one-day, annual event hosted this year by Geoscience Australia and Land Information New Zealand to discuss innovative technologies and approaches that are pushing the boundaries of ocean floor mapping. The symposium is being held alongside GEBCO’s technical and guiding committee meetings and will contribute to the future directions of the Seabed 2030 world ocean mapping initiative.
Mr. Andy Hoggarth, Director of Business Development – Teledyne CARIS, and Co-Chair of the Marine Domain Working Group of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC), will be delivering the keynote speech at 9:30am. His address at the symposium will speak about the importance of data standards to support the interoperability of bathymetry data, as well as discussing the industry’s latest trends such as the use of artificial intelligence (AI) for sonar noise removal, and bathymetry management and access through cloud-based web services. Mr. Hoggarth brings over 20 years of hands-on experience in the geospatial realm, with a specific emphasis on ocean mapping.
For further information visit teledynecaris.com
The past, present and future of the subsea industry will be examined and discussed at an event in Woking next month.
Organised by industry body Subsea UK, the Back to the Future of Subsea conference will consider the potential outlook of the subsea sector, drawing upon developments over the past 20 years and explore what the fourth industrial revolution in subsea may bring.
During the one-day conference, delegates will get the opportunity to hear from experts on a variety of topics including, the digital oilfield, pipeline design engineering, pipe-in-pipe technology and mooring systems.
Confirmed speakers for the event include Steve Sasanow of Knighton Enterprises, Peter Hayward of TechnipFMC, Justin Jones of Petrofac, Geoff Lyons of BPP-TECH, Andreas Dracoulis from Haynes and Boone, Dem Demetriou of Genesis Oil & Gas Consultants, David Bruton of Crondall Energy, Johnny Shield of Subsea Riser Products, Glen Jewell of Frazer-Nash Consultancy and Gareth Davis from Eigen Limited.
Sponsored by 2H Offshore and Petrofac, the Back to the Future of Subsea event will take place on the 22nd November 2018 at the HG Wells Conference Centre in Woking.
On the same evening, Subsea UK will be hosting a networking dinner at the Skylon Restaurant in London, where Neil Gordon will give an industry update on the latest developments in subsea.
For more information about Subsea UK’s upcoming events, visit: https://www.subseauk.com/6/events
Oilfield Helping Hands (OHH), a non-profit organization that helps oilfield families in financial crisis, will hold its first Permian Basin Chapter meeting under new leadership. The informational chapter meeting will be held on December 12, 2018, at Anadarko’s Midland, Texas, facility, located at 6 Desta Drive. The event is free to attend.
Jay Miller, sales manager, Production Lift Companies, Inc., has been appointed interim chapter president, and Justin Robertson, business development, NTG Environmental, has been named interim vice president. The meeting will discuss upcoming fundraising and service opportunities and how companies can get involved in OHH through corporate sponsorship, donations and volunteering.
Permian Basin Chapter county territories include Lea, Eddy, Gaines, Dawson, Borden, Andrews, Martin, Howard, Loving, Winkler, Ector, Midland, Glasscock, Sterling, Coke, Ward, Crane, Upton, Reagan, Irion, Tom Green, Crockett and Schleicher.
Register to attend online http://www.oilfieldhelpinghands.org/events/permian-monthly-meeting-dec
IMCA is developing an ethics programme to support its membership comprising three phases:
A Code of Practice for the Secretariat which was put in place earlier this year.
An Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABC) eLearning module for its membership.
A set of high level ethical principles incorporated in a Code of Conduct expected of its Members.
IMCA has been working with Transparency International (TI) in customising its online eLearning module called Doing Business Without Bribery and is making this freely available to all Members. TI is well recognised for setting the gold standard in fighting bribery and corruption worldwide, and IMCA is proud to be working with such a prestigious organisation.
The eLearning module is applicable to all IMCA members, and especially those smaller and medium sized companies who may not have the complete in-house training and governance infrastructure in place covering this critical subject. The roll-out is in two stages: Stage 1 comprises the customisation of the existing TI software program and is now available on IMCA’s website; Stage 2 comprises a new version incorporating the latest eLearning techniques, and will be available in Q1 next year. IMCA Members’ workforce can access the program free of charge and complete the eLearning module, whereupon a certificate is printed to demonstrate successful completion.
For further information visit www.imca-int.com
An exciting opportunity has arisen for Report Coordinator to join Fugro, one of the world’s leading hydrographic and geophysical survey companies. You will play a key role in the department, coordinating report production, liaising with senior members of the Geophysics team and ensuring the on-time delivery of reports. You will have previous experience of geophysical data processing, interpretation / reporting and be able to demonstrate a focus on quality. The successful candidate will ensure that high quality reports are produced for clients in various fields; including renewables, oil and gas and utilities.
Produce and oversee the production of high quality geophysical survey reports;
Work with the senior project team to assign sufficient resources and enable the on-time delivery of reports;
Ensure a diligent, high level of quality control is undertaken, in accordance with Fugro’s quality management system;
Ensure that all reports comply with the requirement of Fugro’s quality management system and associated documentation;
Strive for the continuous improvement of reporting and associated guidance documents;
Monitor and track key deliverable deadlines and ensure that all reports are issued on time;
Undertake regular liaison between key project stakeholders, including Fugro personnel and our clients, to ensure that key project objectives are met;
Act as a reporting lead on projects with responsibility for liaising with clients in a technical capacity, undertaking overall report QC and ensuring that survey specifications and deadlines are met;
Manage, lead and provide training to other personnel in the department to, ensure that all reporting deliverables meet the project specification and Fugro quality standards.
To apply and for more details please visit: https://www.fugro.com/careers/search-for-vacancies/apply/view?vacancyId=3794
Ref number 4122, deadline 16/11/2018
Fugro GB Marine Limited’s Geophysics division are excited to be recruiting for the role of Tender Coordinator.
Independently developing proposals and cost estimations for the Marine Site Characterisation Business Line. Supporting the FGBML commercial team and wider MSC Commercial group. Contributing to and being part of client meetings, business development activities, contract negotiation and bid strategy.
To ensure proposals are produced on time and to the highest quality;
Liaison with key Fugro commercial staff, including legal, technical authorities and commercial managers to ensure proposals are aligned with wider Fugro strategy and meet proposal approval requirements;
Liaison with Fugro commercial team and business development staff to aid in the preparation of winning proposals;
Represent Fugro at client meetings for proposal clarification and contract negotiations;
To liaise with clients on a regular basis and develop sound business relationships;
Maintaining tracking tools with up to date information;
Provision of hand-over briefings and onward commercial guidance to the project management team;
To contribute to Fugro marketing strategy and assist in marketing of company activities.
To apply and for more details please visit: https://www.fugro.com/careers/search-for-vacancies/apply/view?vacancyId=4122
Fugro GB Marine Ltd is one of the world’s foremost provider of commercial meteorological and oceanographic monitoring, measurement, assessment and consulting services.
Be part of our success
We are enjoying a sustained period of growth and as a result we have a vacancy for an experienced Instrumentation Engineer based in our office in Wallingford. If you are looking for an exciting and varied role which offers you the opportunity to work for a growing global company, then this could be the job for you.
As an Instrumentation Engineer you will assist in and undertake the design, build and maintenance of high specification, integrated, real-time metocean and response monitoring systems for the offshore industry. You will be assigned to projects to design, build, commission and service systems, support existing real-time data acquisition and monitoring systems through maintenance and defect investigation.
Assisting or leading in the design and build of monitoring systems for offshore installations meeting O&G industry specifications
Specifying and procuring equipment
Testing and integrating equipment
Configuration and testing of company real-time data acquisition software
Visits to offshore installations to conduct installation, commissioning and maintenance duties
Offshore travel required
The role is based in the Wallingford (UK) office and will require some offshore field trips.
The ideal candidate will have:
Degree in Ocean Science, Electronic Engineering or Instrumentation discipline, or similar experience/qualifications
Previous experience of electronic instrumentation and real-time data collection systems
Sound high-level IT and network understanding
What we offer:
Benefits include a competitive salary and offshore allowance accompanied by an attractive package including contributory pension scheme, life assurance, 24 days annual leave and private medical insurance.
If you are interested to join Fugro’s talented team, please apply by submitting a CV to: [email protected] quoting ref 4024
Deadline for application submission is 25th November 2018.
Position: Full time, Permanent
Salary: Dependant on experience
EGS International Ltd is part of leading international group of companies with offices in Europe, the Americas, Asia and Australia. EGS provide global specialist multi-disciplinary marine survey support, and deliver solutions to the Renewable, Oil and Gas, Telecommunications, Power, Mining and Offshore Construction industries.
Due to an increased workload we are looking for junior hydrographic surveyors to join our expanding hydrographic team in Bordon, Hampshire (United Kingdom). The role has both offshore and onshore elements which will allow successful candidates to be part of a variety of different projects, from tendering to the product delivery stage.
Offshore you will be part of a hard-working and dedicated team working on complex projects in global locations. You will be acquiring high quality bathymetric data on a variety of vessels in challenging marine environments. Onshore you will form part of multidisciplinary team delivering our client focused products using industry leading techniques.
University degree in Hydrography or a closely related marine discipline.
Site work rotations can be as short as a few days but also up to 6 weeks, therefore the ability to work away from home for long periods is essential.
Self-motivated, with the ability to work well under pressure in a team environment.
Eligible to work in the UK and possess a full UK driving licence.
You must live within or be willing to relocate to a commutable distance of the EGS office in Bordon, Hampshire.
‘Cat A’ surveyor-trained
Equipment knowledge in Kongsberg MBES, Applanix POS MV, Sonardyne USBL.
Acquisition experience in QINSy, Kongsberg SIS, Sonardyne Ranger.
Processing experience in Caris HIPS & SIPS, QINSy Qloud, Qimera.
Joining the EGS team will allow you to expand your skills and knowledge within the marine survey industry and provide you with excellent opportunities to actively develop your career through mentoring and professional training.
To apply for this position please send your CV and covering letter to: The HR Manager, EGS International Ltd, Unit 27 Woolmer Way, Bordon, Hants GU35 9QE or email: [email protected]
Attractive salary and benefits
The Bristol Port Company operates the dynamic and advanced ports of Avonmouth and Portbury located in the Severn Estuary.
They currently have an opportunity for a qualified Hydrographic Surveyor to join their small team to cover a period of maternity leave from February 2019.
As the local Statutory and Competent Harbour Authority, they are responsible for the provision of hydrographic surveys, the production and distribution of navigational charts and tide predictions, along with the monitoring and maintenance of Aids to Navigation and the promulgation of Notices to Mariners within our harbour limits.
Ideally, you will have the following qualifications and experience:
Relevant hydrographic surveying qualification and experience
Demonstrable experience in acquiring, assessing, interpreting and validating hydrographic data
Experience of PDS2000, AutoCAD, POS Pac, Fledermaus and GIS will be an advantage.
You will also be a team player with strong communication skills, with a focus on quality and attention to detail.
A full driving licence and use of a car is essential.
Please be aware, due to the nature of the role, only candidates eligible to both live and work in the UK will be considered for the role. No sponsorship or relocation packages will be offered for this role.
To apply, please email an up-to-date CV and covering letter to [email protected] by Friday 7 December 2018.
Spectrum Geosurvey specialise in coastal geophysical surveys, supporting a wide range of clients in the offshore renewables sector. Spectrum Geosurvey are seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated individual to join our growing team based in our Lymington office.
The successful candidate will be required to perform a variety of roles within the company and be prepared to travel and work offshore and away from home on a regular basis. Supported by our experienced team, the candidate will have 2 or more years’ experience within the offshore industry and will be responsible for the following activities:
Acquisition, quality checking, processing and interpretation of data from various survey systems including multibeam sonars, sub-bottom profilers, RTK & PPK GPS, side scan sonar and USBL systems;
Vessel mobilisations, project management and survey planning, calibrate and maintain survey equipment;
Technical report writing & charting;
Production and checking of final deliverables;
Research new technologies & techniques to keep Spectrum on the cutting edge;
Assist with the development of new procedures for tasks including survey operations, data processing and data management.
Required education/experience & attributes:
Degree or equivalent in a relevant subject such as Geophysics, Geology, Hydrography or similar;
High attention to detail and able to work efficiently to meet deadlines;
Full, valid UK driving licence;
Competent in the use of Microsoft Office applications, especially Excel and Word;
Willing to work in the offshore marine environment and away from home for several weeks at a time;
Ability to take initiative and work unsupervised.
Working knowledge of Teledyne PDS & POSPac MMS;
Land survey techniques;
GIS knowledge and experience of GIS software;
An understanding of the importance of data management;
An interest in offshore survey techniques, offshore energy & infrastructure;
Please send your CV to: [email protected]
Closing date: 15/01/2019
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