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Our commitment to personnel training & development makes ROVOP the ideal place for talented individuals to come and work, learn and develop their careers. We support each individual’s continual professional development in line with personal aspirations. And we provide a competitive rewards package and a friendly, open and performance-orientated team environment. We are always interested in hearing from people that want to join us.

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Current Opportunities

As an ROV Supervisor, you will be responsible for a high performing team. Having the ability to communicate, manage tasks and guide your team under demanding situations is key in performing your role. The ROV Supervisor will play a key role in mentoring the team and assisting with their competencies.

Please note that we are only accepting speculative applications. Duties will include:

  • Lead on site for conducting the ROV Operations
  • Ensuring all ROV personnel are appropriately trained offshore and competent for tasks undertaken
  • Responsibility for the safety and efficiency of ROV operations and reporting any improvements or weaknesses in procedures and equipment
  • Ensures all ROV operations are carried out in accordance with appropriate procedures
  • Liaison and communication with ROVOP’s client on-site

 

ROV Supervisors will be fully competent in the use of different ROV systems.

As a trainee pilot technician, you will be working as part of a highly skilled ROV team within ROVOP. Ability to learn new tasks, work under challenging situations and perform under your Supervisors’ instructions are all skills required to succeed in this role.
Please note that we are only accepting speculative applications.

Duties will include:

  • Navigating and piloting to and from the worksite
  • Operating ancillary ROV sensors and tooling
  • Schilling manipulator operations
  • Maintaining the ROV system in accordance with procedures
  • Understanding and applying emergency procedures as required
  • Managing your own competency and development

 

Trainee/ROV Pilot Technicians typically join with a background in mechanical, hydraulic, electrical or electronics.

As an ROV Pilot Technician, you will be working within a high performing team. Ability to communicate effectively with your team and multi task under the ROV Supervisors instructions are key skills.

Please note that we are only accepting speculative applications. 

Duties will include:

  • Navigating and piloting to and from the worksite
  • Operating ancillary ROV sensors and tooling
  • Schilling manipulator operations
  • Ensuring all preventative and general maintenance is undertaken in accordance with procedures
  • Understanding and applying emergency procedures as required
  • Managing your own competency and development

Typically ROV Pilot Tech 1s will have previous offshore ROV experience.

As part of the UK Commercial team, you will support in tender preparation along with supporting the operations team in relation to project commercial issues. Primarily with a UK focus you will also be required to support our global commercial teams.

Key duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Provide assistance in the preparation of requests for information, budget proposals and tenders, including associated subcontractor and supplier proposals (where applicable) in accordance with our internal management systems
  • Prepare detailed and accurate tender price estimates
  • Compile and manage any other associated documentation required in line with the tendering process
  • Maintain commercial databases such as CRM
  • Collate required information for the purposes of the Asset Look Forward and associated forecasting
  • Maintain up to date and comprehensive clarification registers for tenders
  • Prepare commercial and collate contractual deliverables for inclusion  in  client  tender submissions (i.e. commercial, contractual, and technical qualifications) with support from other departments  where  required
  • Assist in the handover of all relevant commercial and contractual documents between departments, i.e. Operations  department  in the event  of contract award
  • Provide day to day support to the operations team in relation to any commercial issues that arise
  • Develop  and  improve  ROVOP  standard  tender  processes  with  a  focus  on  continuous improvement

 

Degree qualified (or with equivalent relevant experience), you will preferably have experience of operating globally and with several years experience in a similar role. 

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