ROV Supervisor

Job Description

The ROV supervisor is responsible for the smooth operation of the ROV while working onshore or offshore. Working with the project managers they ensure a smooth and efficient running of the ROV with an offshore team to deliver the required projects for our customers.


Key Deliverables and Responsibilities:


  • The ROV Supervisor will act under instructions from the Project Managers.

  • The Supervisor will be expected to carry out all management duties expected offshore.

  • Effective communications via a toolbox talk so as the oncoming shift are fully aware of ongoing tasks.

  • To be safety aware, including organizing and managing safety of team, accident reporting, effective use of safety management system, undertake regular safety meetings and Risk Assessments.

  • Effective handling of emergency situations / Management of ROV team in such situations.

  • Training / assessing Pilot Technician Grades and Sub Engineers.

  • Organizing and managing the team.

  • To be responsible for maintenance of system records.

  • Preparation of formal procedures.

  • Interface effectively with client.

  • Full technical and operational awareness of ROV System.

  • Demonstrate working knowledge of company IMS and associated ROV

  • Ensure Pilot/Technicians carryout all tasks in accordance with the procedures.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience
  • Tertiary technical qualification

  • minimum 5 years offshore experience working with ROVs

  • Proficient report writing

  • Strong communication skills

  • Leadership skills


About The Company

Global Offshore is part of the Global Marine Group, delivering the company’s trenching and cable laying capabilities within the oil & gas sector. From a strategically located base in Aberdeen, Global Offshore has developed a reputation as a trusted partner with many clients returning following successfully executed projects. These long-standing relationships have been forged through flexibility and an understanding of the client’s needs.

To date, the Global Offshore team has been involved in the installation of more than 470 power cables. The Q1400 trenching system, which has the capability to perform jet trenching in soils of up to 100 KPA and mechanical chain cutting of soils of up to 250 KPA is extremely adaptable and can transfer from jetting to cutting modes whilst at sea without craneage, avoiding the need to return to port for system changes.  The business has conducted multiple operations in oil & gas for oil companies such as Shell and BP.

With a team of highly experienced, respected project engineering and project managers, Global Offshore delivers diverse projects in the harshest of seas and most challenging of seabed conditions that include pipeline, cable and umbilical installation and trenching, platform-to-platform connectivity and complete platform to subsea services.