Work for us
Interocean’s Divisions are always on the lookout for individuals with a marine or naval architect background, or recent graduates, who are willing to rise to the challenges awaiting them within the Interocean organisation. Recognising that people are our most valuable asset, we can offer a stable career path that cultivates knowledge through the provision of training, including ongoing skills’ enhancement through professional development supported by a network of competent colleagues. The potential also exists to expand your workplace to places all over the world.
We would also like to hear from Marine professionals who are seeking either permanent employment or who perhaps are looking for a more flexible working arrangement.
Interocean is seeking to recruit the following:
– Marine Superintendent
– Naval Architect
Primarily based onshore at Interocean’s Headquarters in Aberdeen, job roles will involve offshore and onshore work site visits, both within the UKCS and overseas worldwide.
The primary responsibilities of the Marine Superintendent include preparation of project-specific operational procedures, attending/chairing client/Interocean meetings (eg rig moves), conducting/facilitating risk assessments, ensuring that work scopes are carried out safely and efficiently in accordance with Interocean and client requirements, and final review and submission of all project reporting requirements to the client. The successful candidate will also prepare tenders/proposals, project manage from pre-planning through project execution, installation, delivery and completion, direct and supervise team members, monitor performance and competence against company requirements, and undertake vessel inspections and audits in accordance with applicable codes, rules and regulations.
The successful candidate should have a minimum two years’ experience in an offshore supervisory position, STCW Certificate of Competence and/or equivalent experience (jack-up and/or semi-submersible drilling units), OGUK BOSIET/FUET, OGUK Medical and MIST. CMID and OVID accreditation is beneficial but not mandatory.
The primary responsibilities of the Naval Architect include, conducting and reporting Mooring Analysis, Riser Analysis, Sea-fastening Design and Structural Analysis. The Naval Architect will also attend offshore operations, sea-fastening and load-outs, client meetings, inspections and tests at client/vendor premises. The successful candidate will be involved in the preparation of client cost estimates and technical proposals, interface with clients, vendors and contractors, and conduct peer reviews and quality assurance activities.
Applicants should have a Degree in Naval Architecture accredited by the Engineering Council, a minimum of three years’ experience in preparation of Mooring Analyses (jack-up drilling units and semi-submersible drilling units), OGUK BOSIET/FUET, OGUK Medical and MIST, knowledge of AutoCAD, GMOOR, OrcaFlex, OPTIMOOR (preferable), and ROMEO, Flexcom (beneficial).
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