Completion Engineers – Oil companies

Completion engineers who work for oil companies design and implement completion techniques to help maximize oil and gas production. Responsibilities vary depending on the position but may include: Modeling completion performance Performing stimulation techniques aimed at improving well production ( … Read more…

Drilling Engineers – Service companies

Drilling Engineers who work for service companies work on the more technical side of drilling wells. Specifically they look at how the well objectives can be achieved by designing the well trajectory, the tools required to drill the well and … Read more…

Drilling Engineers – Oil companies

Drilling Engineers who work for Oil companies work have a technical and project management role in drilling wells. They are normally in charge of the entire well, including running the well casing and the downhole completion, organizing the rig, mud … Read more…

Vessel Crew

The vessel crew needs to understand Seamanship theory and fundamentals of vessel operations. The fundamentals include: Vessel handling Piloting Applied engineering technology Operating rigging Deck machinery Coast Guard procedures Towing Vessel stability Meteorology Marine electronics Navigation Key responsibilities include: Senior … Read more…

Survey & Positioning

Hydrographic survey personnel employ a variety of tools and equipment to chart ocean waters, landforms and underwater features. These include: Sonar systems Computers Peripherals GPS Sampling equipment Deck equipment Offshore survey party chiefs support offshore construction related survey services. The … Read more…

Subsea Intervention Specialists

Intervention engineers are required to support project developments in a number of areas. These include intervention tooling design, development and technical support for the company’s construction and life of field projects. In addition they will provide ongoing technical support for … Read more…

Software Specialists

Software specialists research, design, develop, and test operating systems-level software for business, scientific, and engineering computing applications. Set operational specifications, formulate and analyse software requirements. Apply principles and techniques of computer science, engineering, and mathematical analysis. Responsibilities / duties: Effectively … Read more…

Project Planners

The planner is responsible for implementing, maintaining and follow-up of all project planning activities on a project as well as communication with other project controls roles. Ensuring that any changes related to the scope of the contract get implemented into … Read more…

Project Engineers

The role of the Project Engineer (PE) can often be described as that of a liaison between the project manager and the technical disciplines involved in a project. The PE is also often the primary technical point of contact for … Read more…

Procurement Specialists

Responsibilities of the procurement specialist include: Ensuring all procurement processes performed in accordance with project requirements as well as company policies, ethics and procedures Participating in all stages of the procurement process from enquiry issue to Purchase Order Award Acting … Read more…