Online Surveyor

Online Surveyor

Job Summary

350-380 GBP
North Sea
Temporary
January 24 2020

Sector:

Survey & Inspection

Point of Contact:

Fraser Elgin

Contact Phone:

+44 (0) 131 554 3454

Job Reference Number:

S&I0022

 

One of our clients have a requirement for an experienced Online Surveyor for an OPT buoy recovery & tow operation looking to mobilise in late January 2020 in UK waters.  The ideal candidate will have experience in this kind of work and also be skilled in Eiva software.  The job is planned to last 5 days which should see the successful candidate home for Christmas but this cannot be guaranteed due to weather.  Candidates must also hold the following:

  •  Valid Passport
  •  Valid Seaman’s Book
  •  Valid FOET/BOSIET
  •  Valid Medical (OGUK preferred)

Responsibilities

Responsibilities:

  • Use specialised technical software and equipment including satellite and terrestrial positioning systems, sonars, single and multibeam echo sounders, laser scanners and LiDAR (light detection and ranging) equipped aircraft to provide data for the production of nautical charts and maps
  • Use remotely operated and autonomous underwater vehicles to acquire data in deep oceans
  • Operate specialised technical software and geographical information systems (GIS) to manage the integration, processing and presentation of data to clients
  • Deal with clients to provide tenders and results in appropriate formats
  • Manage projects, both onshore and offshore, as vessel-based managers
  • Produce reports
  • Provide accurate and reliable information for other disciplines such as navigation, dredging, coastal works, seabed telephone cables, environmental monitoring, aquaculture, marine wind farm development, oceanographic research, bridge construction, and oil, gas and mineral resource exploration
  • Work in a variety of different situations and applications including seabed mining, oil and gas exploration, the construction of ports, the provision of navigational charts, and the positioning of navigational aids
  • Source information on seabed type, water movements and waves
  • Provide data for oceanographic studies
  • Respond to technical queries from onshore engineering teams and problem-solve for colleagues working offshore – if working onshore
  • Review company procedures and software projects, and provide feedback on courses and in-house training
  • Work as part of a team of technical specialists

Our client specialises in all aspects of mooring assets from engineering and project management to provision of equipment to installation, inspection and repair. Their integrated solution is what differentiates them from our competitors. They take care of everything, and not with a one-size-fits-all solution. their solution is always engineered and customised, and they will partner with you across every stage of the lifecycle of your operations.

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