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Subsea7 is a global leader in the delivery of offshore projects and services for the energy industry. We make offshore energy transition possible through the continuous evolution of lower carbon oil and gas and by enabling the growth of renewables and emerging energy. Seaway7 is part of the Subsea7 group and is a global leader in the delivery of bottom-fixed offshore wind farm solutions. We have over 13,000 people working in 30 countries, across our fleet of over 30 vessels.  

The Lay Senior Electrical Technician has responsibility for the maintenance and repair of the pipelay equipment with specific responsibility of electrical, electronic and instrumentation systems. Implements and monitors technical procedures and reporting, work management and execution, supervision of personnel and operational duties.

We are seeking candidates who want to understand the environment in which we operate in and support effective delivery of our offshore projects, building effective and trusting two-way relationships with internal and external stakeholders. You will have a desire to develop yourself, building individual effectiveness and capability to change and deliver.  

Applicants will need to have served a recognised trade apprenticeship as an Electrical Technician or equivalent, and a Minimum HNC (or equivalent) in appropriate Electrical, Electronic or Control Systems Qualification. And at least 1 year of offshore experience in operating Lay Equipment as a Electrical Technician.

Subsea7 is proud to offer an inclusive work environment where everyone has the opportunity to thrive. We provide the tools to assist you develop your career and empower you to bring your real self to work, in a culture that values diversity. 

To be considered for this vacancy please apply via the link below. 

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