Offshore Surveyors are involved in all aspects of survey positioning and data acquisition. The surveyor is primarily responsible for the quality control of positioning and logging of geospatial data for subsequent processing and reporting. This role involves installing, calibrating and operating positioning and attitude sensors for the real-time determination of positions for vessels and other survey platforms, on and below the water. Surveyors are involved in the processing and reporting activities for the projects they undertake. This can range from a final position report on a rig move to complex construction projects integrating data and information from a number of project vessels and construction phases.
· Minimum of 2 proven years of experience working with Bottom Scanning Sonar, GPS, and Positioning software.
· Appropriate military or industrial training & experience is also acceptable.
· This position requires individuals who are prepared and able to spend long periods of time offshore and away from home. Offshore trips can vary from a few days in the case of a rig move or inshore survey to four to six weeks for long term geophysical or construction activities. With 24 hour call
· Individuals considering this type of employment need to be good team players and able to get on with people of different backgrounds and cultures, be capable of working unsupervised and on their own initiative on occasions, be capable of making good judgment decisions, be reliable and have a positive attitude to work and have an attention to detail and quality of work performed.
· Offshore work requires a strong commitment to personal safety and the safety of others. Regular completion of safety training courses and medical assessments is a mandatory requirement in most areas.