• Permanent
  • Aberdeen

Job now filled, regular requirement, please send CV for future vacancies

The company have an exciting opportunity for an Offshore Survey Engineer to join their Survey & Robotics team. This position is offshore based. In this role you will be responsible for the installation, successful operation and maintenance of the company and customer owned equipment while on-site. Also to act as first-line technical support and service to customers on-site. Applicants must hold a valid offshore survival (BOSIET/FOET), already live in the Aberdeen/shire area, with a legal Right To Work in the UK. The annual base salary is topped up with a competitive Daily Offshore Allowance for every day spent offshore.


Key Functions

  • Installation, integration and commissioning of equipment on customer onshore and offshore sites
  • Identify, through diagnostic fault-finding, issues with on-site equipment and issue fault reports
  • Complete first-line repairs to equipment
  • Liaise with the company’s workshops worldwide for second-line technical assistance
  • Ensure all deployed company assets are maintained and operated in accordance with manufacturer, company, and contract parameters.
  • Track all company assets, relevant to project, while deployed
  • Maintain records of changes to setup / maintenance carried out whilst deployed
  • Ensure that deployed equipment is stored correctly and safely, with all accessories
  • Act as the company’s ambassador, displaying excellent customer service, positive attitude and fully participating in any client site schemes for Safety, Quality, etc. whilst deployed
  • Package equipment returning from the vessel suitable for transport requirements and fully documented / accounted for, notifying the company of any known damages in advance
  • Ensure timesheets are signed by the client prior to departure from the vessel / worksite
  • Complete end of project reports, timesheets and expense forms promptly upon return.
  • Prepare, test and package equipment pre-deployment to the company’s standards and procedures
  • To undertake tasks in the workshop as and when required
  • Adhere to the company’s Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality policies and industry standards



  • HNC/HND/Degree in Electrical or Electronic Engineering or proven track record of equivalent industry experience
  • Current Offshore Survival accreditation including valid OGUK medical
  • Previous subsea experience with common survey sensors/equipment (eg. MBES,SSS, SBP, USBL, LBL & Magnetometers)
  • Previous experience in subsea survey equipment, offshore
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Positive attitude – problem solver and team-worker
  • IT literacy

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