Travel worldwide without constraints or duration.
Evaluate all Oceaneering equipment and personnel.
Create a report and picture layout for evaluation.
Expand the knowledge of operations manager to understand both strengths and weaknesses on each ROV system.
Assist crews with teaching and/or gathering information required to help them.
Assist with spec sheets as well as other areas of concern that are deemed necessary by the office.
Assist with inventory to help ROV crew maintain proper levels.
Maintain all updated training and modules
Validate that crew has preformed all current technical auditable bulletins.
Take time to forge a relationship with the client to ensure the company man understands the importance of the audit and to bring back constructive information to the OPS Manager.
Inform all groups of upcoming audit so any last minute checks can be identified.
Assess adherence to Oceaneering operating and safety policies and procedures.
Perform work area safety inspections to indentify hazards and make suggestions to resolve issues found.
Maintain and repair all hydraulic systems and sub-systems associated with remotely operated vehicles including component repair, replacement and troubleshooting.
Willing to work inshore or offshore, in harsh weather environments, on a rotation or call-out basis.
Needs to have 2 years in the offshore industry with at least 1 year being with ROV based companies
Equal Employment Opportunity
As set forth more fully in the Company's Equal Employment Opportunity Statement, Oceaneering is an equal opportunity employer.
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