The candidate will be expected to develop engineering work scopes from initial identification through to the offshore execution of the task.
The engineer will manage the resources of our main diving/ROV contractor, 3rd parties and equipment suppliers.
The engineer will be expected to review procedures and ensuring HSE reviews are completed with all actions closed out prior to mobilisation.
The Subsea Intervention Engineer is expected to have the following:
Subsea Inspection Repair and Maintenance (IRM) intervention and installation experience.
Experienced in diving/ROV intervention, fabrication and installation of subsea systems – Electro/hydraulic control systems, pipelines, flow lines, manifolds and subsea trees.
Experienced with industry and regulatory standards, codes and recommended practices applicable to subsea operations and interventions. Offshore medical, offshore survival and MIST certification will be expected as offshore work is likely.
Engineers are expected to have a strong technical background within subsea hardware, subsea inspection, controls or systems design, with significant intervention experience in addition to an understanding of subsea systems and oilfield development technologies.