The ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle) technician role is vital to the safe and effective delivery of subsea production and processing of oil and gas. The ROV technician operates, maintains and repairs ROV equipment for offshore projects and provides onshore support where appropriate, and ensures that that ROV equipment used offshore is in a safe condition and meets technical and safety standards. Specific tasks vary depending on the technical area of speciality - mechanical, electrical or electronics.
As an ROV technician, your role will involve:
You must have an HND/ BTEC or equivalent in an engineering/ technical discipline, plus basic offshore induction and emergency training (BOSIET) and the offshore medical certificate.
You will need a good understanding of the industry, plus the HSE practices which apply to the job. You may also have practical knowledge and experience of maintenance of equipment and systems. Good communication skills are also desirable.
£25,000 - £30,000, rising to £30,000 - £50,000 with experience
You could move into a variety of roles, including technical sales, ROV pilot, ROV project manager, ROV supervisor, or ROV technical support engineer.
CONTRACTS CONSULTANCY LTD
Tel: +44 (0) 208 333 4141
162-164 Upper Richmond Road,
London, SW15 2SL, UK
Oil & Gas Recruitment, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia
CCL CONTRACTS CONSULTANCY INC
Tel: +1 (0) 713 425 6304
11200 Richmond, Suite 430,
Houston, Texas 77082, USA
Energy Staffing Agency, North America, South America, Oceania