Our mission is to solve the unsolvable. We thrive by creating industry-changing technically creative solutions for the most complex operational challenges under water, on land, and in space. Our five core values establish a common culture and demonstrate what is most important for us as a company.
Oceaneering is a global provider of engineered services and products, primarily to the offshore energy industry. We develop products and services for use throughout the lifecycle of an offshore oilfield, from drilling to decommissioning. We operate the world’s premier fleet of work class ROVs. Additionally, we are a leader in offshore oilfield maintenance services, umbilicals, subsea hardware, and tooling. We also use applied technology expertise to serve the defense, entertainment, material handling, aerospace, science, and renewable energy industries.
Carry out non-destructive testing such as tests for cracks on the legs of oil rigs at sea.
Cut and weld steel, using underwater welding equipment, jigs, and supports.
Inspect and test docks, ships, buoyage systems, plant intakes and outflows, and underwater pipelines, cables, and sewers, using closed circuit television, still photography, and testing equipment.
Install pilings or footings for piers and bridges.
Install, inspect, clean, and repair piping and valves.
Obtain information about diving tasks, environment conditions, and industry updates.
Operate underwater video, sonar, recording, and related equipment to investigate underwater structures or marine life.
Repair ships, bridge foundations, and other structures below the water line, using caulk, bolts, and hand tools.
Salvage wrecked ships and/or their cargo, using pneumatic power velocity and hydraulic tools, and explosive charges when necessary.
Take appropriate safety precautions, attending and participating in Project and Safety meetings.
Take test samples and photographs to assess the condition of vessels and structures.
Accomplish all tasks assigned by the diving supervisor. In the event he is assigned a task for which he does not consider himself qualified either by training and/or experience, he shall immediately inform the diving supervisor.
Read, understand, and comply with all Oceaneering policies, regulations and instructions, and with applicable governmental regulations as they relate to his qualifications or performance while engaging in diving operations.
Maintain a high level of physical fitness, and be in possession of an in date approved medical certificate of fitness to dive.
Comply with regulations or instructions concerning the use, maintenance, and repair and testing of all diving equipment provided for the operation. Keep abreast of Manufactures.
Report to the Diving Supervisor and/or the Operations Manager any recent medical treatment or illness so that a proper determination can be made concerning his fitness to dive. Also advise on any medication currently or recently used.
Report to the diving supervisor any defect or malfunction of the diving equipment provided for the operation.
Follow safe diving practice at all times during the diving operation whether on deck or in the water.
Ensure that his diving equipment has been correctly maintained, prepared and tested before each dive. The requirement to always check out his equipment prior to every dive should never be delegated to others.
Maintain a diver’s log book in which includes details of all dives, medical examinations and courses taken.
This position has no supervisory responsibilties, but requires at a min of ADC Air Superviosr Endorsement during onboard process.
Hold a commercial diving school certification of graduation.
Minimum five (5) years commercial diving experience.
Must have a valid Passport and Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC).
Professional CV, and Log Book/s for last 2 years that exhibit experience.
Provide sound, independent and seasoned judgement that follows company policies and procedures in meeting company obligations.
Implement and support a climate of “first time quality” in all aspects of production ensuring the highest quality final product.
Support and instill a safety culture within the team that is in compliance with Oceaneering’s Life Safety Rules and HSE program.
Create an annual plan for guiding the execution of audits and surveillances of the team’s performance in support of maintaining compliance with NAVSEA P-9290 and other certification programs to improve team performance in all functional areas.
Coordinate with higher headquarters to meet ISO9000 requirements.
Conduct quarterly and annual evaluations of performance trends.
Create, manage and report performance against contractual requirements.
Track and report all critique, lessons learned, surveillance, and audit corrective actions to completion.
Perform work site surveillances, as assigned.
Perform evaluations of vendor and subcontractor performance and their ability to meet program specifications.
Evaluate the performance of integrated logistics and supply functions.
Support regular reviews which include functional audits, sustaining surveys, and quality assurance surveillances as directed and scheduled by the government. Quickly and efficiently determine root cause(s) and take short and long-term corrective actions to resolve any certification or non-compliance deficiencies noted during any review.
Generate and issue contract deliverables, as assigned.
Provide administrative and technical support services to the US Government agencies during scheduled sustaining surveys. This effort shall include, but not be limited to, supporting requirements to respond to audit findings, and implement recommended corrective actions.
Provide administrative and technical support services during quality assurance audits/surveillances.
Support quality initiatives such as process and product characterizations that lead to continuous / cost improvements
Conduct benchmarking to develop more effective methods for improving quality.
Lead and/or provide support to continuous improvement initiatives and training on continuous improvement, as requested, by other functional departments. This includes audits and surveillances of operations, contracts, quality, purchasing, and engineering departments
Identify, measure, analyze, and report the Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ). Make recommendations to senior leadership on corrective actions required to reduce COPQ
Collect data and execute/conduct various analytical/statistical analysis and interpretation as part of process improvements and day-to-day support.
Keep up with current and developing manufacturing and engineering trends that concern product quality.
Achieve goals within budget.
Attend various meetings and action/communicate status or instructions.
They should maintain a logbook in which they record details of their employment.
Ensuring that he understands and complies with the duties detailed in IMCA D 013.
Assisting and supporting the LSS and the LST as and when required, in a safe and efficient manner, and under the guidance of the LSS or LST.
Be familiar with all relevant parts of the Dive System and all the system-specific operating procedures. Where appropriate, the LST or LSS will provide guidance and training in the information and techniques to be followed.
Ensuring that all equipment is operated safely and in accordance with the Oceaneering Dive System Manuals; paying attention to the safe operation of equipment, such as medical and equipment locks and Sanitation Systems.
Supporting the LST in ensuring that all plant and equipment is suitable, properly maintained, and, where appropriate, fully certified and in compliance with the relevant Class Authority, IMCA, IMO and other relevant standards, and that all communications systems are suitable and fully working.
Being fully familiar with all chamber blow-down preparation and operation procedures and activities, and with all decompression procedures and activities.
Ensuring that all Diver bedding, clothing and bell run equipment is clean and dry before being placed in the chambers.
Having suitable knowledge of personal and food hygiene, including washing hands before handling any food or food containers; maintaining standard cleanliness in the galley, and ensuring that all food is prepared and transported in suitable and hygienic containers, including any snacks for the bell.
Maintaining good communications with the chamber occupants and seeing that the Divers’ needs are met and treated respectfully.
Being familiar with all Oceaneering Diving Operations documents, Diving Manual and Emergency and Contingency Manual. Where appropriate, the LST or LSS will provide guidance and training in the information and techniques to be followed.
Being thoroughly familiar with all the diving-related, vessel-specific Emergency and Contingency procedures, roles, responsibilities and actions; ensuring that regular drills and exercises are carried out and recorded in the relevant documents. Where appropriate, the LST or LSS will provide guidance and training in the information and techniques to be followed.
Assisting that the chamber hygiene requirements are met and complied with.
Assisting in the carrying out of drills and exercises in support of the LST. Where appropriate, the
LST or LSS will provide guidance and training in the information and techniques to be followed.
Maintaining a suitable LST log book and ensuring it is signed by the LSS. Complete appropriate company documentation