What you’ll be doing:

Working within our Mechanical Solutions division, our Mechanical Technicians are involved in the operations of subsea cutting, dredging and cleaning equipment. This is a dynamic opportunity that will put you in a fundamental role within the world of offshore and onshore operations.

You will operate, maintain, function test and repair, cutting edge technology while travelling offshore to client projects. Onshore work will require you to be present at our thriving workshop in Thainstone, where you will assist with maintenance and repairs, be involved in operational and training activities, as well as any other relevant tasks as identified.

Some of your other responsibilities will include;

• Safe operation of all equipment at the worksite, in accordance with Mechanical Solutions QHSE policies and procedures

• Identification of existing hazards at the worksite, considering the surroundings and the prevailing meteorological conditions, while liaising with QHSE to aid investigations and reporting of failures, NCRs and OFI’s

• Interaction with the client’s representative on offshore trips in relation to planning, organising and executing the job

• Participation in toolbox talks as well as pre and post job review meetings, ensuring risk assessments are completed and reviewed and close out and implementation of corrective actions as a result of NCR’s and customer complaints are complete

• Completion of all required paperwork in a timely manner for all work carried out, inclusive of, but not limited to, maintenance reports, project reports, cutting logs, timesheets and expenses, customer satisfaction, damage reports and preventive actions

What experience you’ll bring:

What will help you to be successful in this role?

• HNC or above in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent industry experience

• Previous experience in subsea offshore operations in IRM and decommissioning, undertaking repair, maintenance and testing in a subsea environment

• Involvement in operating subsea, cutting, dredging and cleaning tools with abrasive experience preferred

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills

• Being a team player who is happy to get stuck in

Who we are:

Established in 1985, Ashtead Technology is the leading provider of equipment rental solutions, advanced underwater technologies, and support services to the global energy sector. With over 38 years of proven track record, we offer unrivalled technical know-how, experience, and in-house engineering capability. Recognized as one of the largest independent rental fleets in the industry with over 520 staff globally and over 19,000 assets, we continue to invest in equipment to ensure that we provide the broadest and most technologically advanced equipment available to support our customers globally.

What we can offer:

• A dynamic & collaborative team environment where your contributions are valued, and your ideas welcomed

• A positive and inclusive company culture that fosters collaboration, creativity, and mutual respect among team members

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As Office Administrator, you will support a range of business activities by accurately completing general business admin, resolving client queries, managing company debtors and supporting the delivery of a top-class customer experience.

What you’ll be doing:

General office duties: management of documentation including PO numbers, invoices, updating spreadsheets, filing etc.

• Dealing with queries relating to PO numbers to resolve efficiently

• Answering and directing telephone calls in a professional and friendly manner

• Providing general administrative support to the projects and Management Teams

• Purchasing of required goods and services

• Acting as first point of contact to visitors – sign in and safety brief for all visitors

• Overseeing site amenities and maintenance requirements as required

• Organising catering for meetings, stocks of general office supplies, and keeping the kitchen and public areas tidy

• Assisting with project order updates in ERP system

What experience you’ll bring:

Key to being successful in this role is being enthuastic, approachable and focused. Some other things that will help?

• Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.)

• Attention to detail and quality focused

• Ability to manage priorities and exercise good judgement whilst being constrained by very tight deadlines

• Excellent demonstrable administration experience

• Experience in accounts highly advantageous

• Working knowledge of Netsuite or similar ERP system

• Strong customer focus

• Self-motivated, flexible, organised and able to work on own initiative

• Team player with friendly and courteous nature

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

• Ability to multi-task, organize, and prioritize work

Who we are:

Established in 1985, Ashtead Technology is the leading provider of equipment rental solutions, advanced underwater technologies, and support services to the global energy sector. With over 39 years of proven track record, we offer unrivalled technical know-how, experience, and in-house engineering capability. Recognized as one of the largest independent rental fleets in the industry with over 520 staff globally and over 22,000 assets, we continue to invest in equipment to ensure that we provide the broadest and most technologically advanced equipment available to support our customers globally.

What we’ll offer:

• A dynamic & collaborative team environment where your contributions are valued, and your ideas welcomed

• The opportunity to make meaningful impact by empowering employees with the knowledge and skills they need to excel in their roles and drive business success

• Guidance & support from the experienced leaders you work with who are committed to your success and professional development

• A positive and inclusive company culture that fosters collaboration, creativity, and mutual respect among team members

We are looking for a Senior Design Engineer to join our Mechanical Solutions team. As Senior Design Engineer, you will supervise and support the engineering team and be responsible for the review of all design engineering; ensuring that all engineering deliverable items conform to legislation, regulations, standards, and sound engineering practices, as well as Ashtead internal procedures and ISO 9001/45001/18001 QHSE Management System requirements

This is a full-time, on-site role located in Inverurie, Aberdeenshire.

Key Responsibilities

• Producing engineering and maintenance drawings for design, manufacturing, assembly, and testing

• Design planning and review, including cost and time delivery control

• Participating in workshop activities such as aiding with and/or overseeing manufacturing, assembly, and testing activities for both new and modified tooling

• Reviewing drawings prior to approval

• Leading the preparation and overseeing design and build programmes

• Leading in the preparation of engineering estimates and control expenditure

• Creating and delivering operations / maintenance and safety manuals for newly designed equipment – updating existing manuals as necessary

• Leading research and development projects using an initiative approach and ensuring adequate resources are available

• Preparing and reviewing calculations & management of design packages

• Liaising with other departments including tendering, projects, and business development to aid the wider team in securing and successfully executing project scopes

• Interfacing with the Client’s representative(s) during project planning phase as requested

• Participating in pre-job and post-job review meetings. Participating in close out and implementation of corrective actions, resulting from NCR’s and customer input

• Ensuring that all designs are in line with the relevant engineering standards and legislative requirements and/or customer specific requirements

• Where inspection is required, inspecting ordered goods to ensure conformity to purchase orders and Ashtead requirements

• Ensuring all risk assessments are completed prior to commissioning, function testing, pressure testing or operational testing of any newly designed equipment

• Liaising with QHSE and aiding in the investigations and reporting of failures, NCRs and OFI’s

• Implementing and maintaining a safety and quality culture in every action and decision made within the engineering design function

Qualifications, Skills & Experience

• Engineering Degree or equivalent in Mechanical Engineering

• Demonstrable experience is required in 3D Modelling & Design (SolidWorks or equivalent)

• Demonstrable experience producing manufacturing drawings

• Experience in the O&G or Marine Energies Industries, preferably in IRM and decommissioning, Construction, and Installation

• Problem-solving and be-spoke solutions capabilities in mechanical tooling systems

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills

• Experience with FEA (preferred)

• Experience with PDM (preferred)

Personal Qualities

• Enjoys working as part of a diverse team

• Demonstrates leadership; is approachable, organised, collaborative, communicative

• Is systematic, methodical, exacting & quality driven

• Delivery focussed mindset when working to tight deadlines

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What you’ll be doing

As Stores Person for our Tooling Team, you will be responsible for recording goods in items accurately and efficiently into the stock control system, issuing items required in a timely manner to meet business needs and maintaining stock levels of the store.

Day to day you will also be involved in;

• Maintaining an efficient storage system for all assets, spares, and consumables on location, ensuring that equipment is suitably and safely packaged and stored on the racking or shelving.

• Processing delivery paperwork to relevant parties.

• Reporting missing or damaged equipment to the Operations team and the off-hiring of equipment or warehouse transfers in ERP system if required.

• Picking stock components for new build scopes & participating in weekly and monthly counts and stock-taking of stores.

• Assisting spares allocations as requested and ensure accurate counts both pre/de-mob activities

• Maintain a clean and tidy store area

What experience you’ll bring

Key to being successful in this role is having a positive and pro-active attitude! A few others things that will help?

• Proven track record of stores experience

• Full UK/Europe Driving Licence

• B1 & B2 Forklift Licence

What we’ll offer

• A dynamic & collaborative team environment where your contributions are valued, and your ideas welcomed.

• Guidance & support from the experienced leaders you work with who are committed to your success and professional development.

• A positive and inclusive company culture that fosters collaboration, creativity, and mutual respect among team members.

To find out more, apply below!

What you’ll be doing:

As Design Engineer at Ashtead Technology, you will execute and lead the design process from ideation to production, creating new designs and maintaining existing designs.

During the creation process, you will be responsible for ensuring that our designs meet all necessary design responsibilities; conforming to relevant legislation, regulation, standards and sound engineering practices, as well as internal procedures and ISO 9001: 2015 / ISO 45001: 2018 QHSE Management System requirements.

Day to day you will be involved in producing 3D designs & engineering drawings from concept to manufacture, assembly and test. You will ensure the design meets manufacturing, technical and customer requirements whilst keeping safety and quality at the forefront of every decision.

What else will you be involved in?

• Producing design calculations & reports, bill of materials, operations & maintenance manuals, test documents, risk assessments and other documents as necessary.

• Identifying suitable suppliers for required parts & components.

• Identifying necessary documentation / test reports & certificates for components.

• Inspecting ordered goods upon delivery to ensure conformity to purchase order and other specific requirements.

• Practical and hands on workshop activities such as aiding with and/or overseeing manufacture, assembly and testing activities.

What experience you’ll bring:

What will help you be successful in this role?

• You will hold a qualification in Mechanical Engineering, such as an HND or Bachelors Degree

• You will have previous experience in a Design Engineer role, specifically with experience of subsea hydraulic design, ROV tooling / decommissioning tools

• You have experience working with Solidworks or other professional 3D packages

• Ideally you will have experience with FEA, but this is not essential.

You will also be a team player, an effective communicator and comfortable in building relationships within the team and the wider organisation.

This role is fast paced, and priorities will be ever changing so the successful candidate will be flexible in their approach, absorb pressure well and take personal accountability for your work. This is a fantastic team to be part of so dependability and motivation is key!

What we can offer:

• A dynamic & collaborative team environment where your contributions are valued, and your ideas welcomed.

• A positive and inclusive company culture that fosters collaboration, creativity, and mutual respect among team members.

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What you’ll be doing:

As Yard Operative, you will manage & maintain the yard at our office in Thainstone ensuring it’s always kept clean & tidy.

You will also be involved in taking delivery of goods, checking off the goods delivered and storing them in a safely manner.

You will also spend time working in the warehouse, assisting technicians as required with equipment maintenance and take on Banksman/Slinging duties as required.

What experience you’ll bring:

What will help you be successful in this role?

• Previous experience managing a Yard, making suggestions regarding best practice yard layout to improve efficiencies.

• You are Fork Lift Truck (FLT) certified with previous FLT driving experience & competent in moving heavy loads on/off vehicles (up to 15 tonnes)

• Full UK Clean driving licence

What we can offer:

• A dynamic & collaborative team environment where your contributions are valued, and your ideas welcomed.

• A positive and inclusive company culture that fosters collaboration, creativity, and mutual respect among team members.

To find out more, apply below!

What you’ll be doing:

Based in our Mechanical Solutions division, this role will see you involved in the operation and service of subsea cutting, dredging, and cleaning equipment while working out of our workshop in Thainstone. You will operate, service, maintain, function test and repair high end tools and equipment.

On occasion you will travel to client premises to pre-mob or de-mob equipment as well as carry out familiarisation training with 3rd parties. Other training activities can also be involved throughout the role.

Some of your other responsibilities will include;

• Safe operation of all equipment at the worksite, in accordance with Mechanical Solutions QHSE policies and procedures

• Identification of existing hazards at the worksite, considering the surroundings and the prevailing meteorological conditions, while liaising with QHSE to aid investigations and reporting of failures, NCRs and OFI’s

• Interaction with the client’s representative at the onshore in relation to planning, organising and executing the job

• Participation in toolbox talks as well as pre and post job review meetings, ensuring risk assessments are completed and reviewed and close out and implementation of corrective actions as a result of NCR’s and customer complaints are complete

• Completion of all required paperwork in a timely manner for all work carried out, inclusive of, but not limited to, maintenance reports, project reports, cutting logs, timesheets and expenses, customer satisfaction, damage reports and preventive actions

What experience you’ll bring:

What will help you to be successful in this role?

• HNC or above in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent industry experience

• Track record of high-quality repairs, maintenance and testing in a workshop environment and experience in subsea offshore/onshore operations in IRM and decommissioning

• Previous experience in operating subsea cutting, dredging and cleaning tools with abrasive experience preferred

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills

• Being a team player who is happy to get stuck in

Who we are:

Established in 1985, Ashtead Technology is the leading provider of equipment rental solutions, advanced underwater technologies, and support services to the global energy sector. With over 38 years of proven track record, we offer unrivalled technical know-how, experience, and in-house engineering capability. Recognized as one of the largest independent rental fleets in the industry with over 520 staff globally and over 19,000 assets, we continue to invest in equipment to ensure that we provide the broadest and most technologically advanced equipment available to support our customers globally.

What we can offer:

• A dynamic & collaborative team environment where your contributions are valued, and your ideas welcomed

• A positive and inclusive company culture that fosters collaboration, creativity, and mutual respect among team members

Click below to apply.