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Aberdeen - Greenwell

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At Subsea 7, we take pride in being recognised globally as a leader across the Energy Industry.  For 5 decades our people have delivered over 1,000 projects in all water depths across our energy hubs and we continue to do so, adapting and evolving in an ever-changing world. 

Our sustainability and ongoing success are only possible through innovation, collaboration and the development and diversity of our people, assets, and technology.  By joining Subsea 7, you become part of a team of people who everyday ‘Make Incredible Things Happen’.


The role of Snr ROV Systems Tech has primary responsibility for the Delivery of ROV Systems and Components ensuring that maintenance, repair & servicing of equipment is completed safely and efficiently.


  • Managing and planning the maintenance activities of ROV systems and associated equipment.
  • Ensuring equipment is maintained and in compliance with all technical and project requirements.
  • Uses logical fault-finding techniques during technical faults experienced during maintenance and testing.
  • Assists in the identification and ordering of suitable spare parts to ensure they are available when required.
  • Ensures that all work is completed safely, and all works are performed in line with Subsea 7 processes and procedures.
  • Compiles and maintains technical records, reports and logs using the workshop i7 request system & SAP.
  • Provision of technical information and certification to administration team to enable SAP equipment reports to be updated.
  • Interface with other workshop disciplines as and when required.
  • Maintains and promotes a safe working environment within the department and the company.
  • Ensures Workshop Manager is updated on all aspects of assigned jobs and system deliverables are always on target.
  • Ensures that resource and planning is always considered to meet the equipment deliverable dates.
  • Ensures Workshop areas are maintained to a high standard with a focus on organised uncluttered work areas to minimise risk of personal injury.
  • May be required to perform any other necessary duties within their experience and capabilities


Qualifications and Education:

  • Good general level of education
  • Completion of a recognised Mechanical or Electrical apprenticeship


  • Further Education HNC in relevant subject
  • Hydraulic Technician Level II
  • 18th Edition Wiring Regulations

Skills and Experience:


  • Good level of knowledge on a wide range of ROV systems
  • Previous ROV workshop or offshore experience
  • Previous experience in ROV Mobilisations
  • Experience on planning workshop activities and scheduling resources to meet deadlines
  • PC literate and proficient in Microsoft software applications


  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, builds and maintains strong internal/external business relationships at all levels
  • Collaborative team worker
  • Flexible approach and positive attitude


  • Ability to organise and prioritise workload (Essential)

Subsea 7 are committed to creating a diverse workforce and we look to offer excellent career opportunities as well providing a wide range benefits and a flexible working environment.

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