Onshore Survey Technician

26 February 2024

Ashtead Technology is looking for an Onshore Survey Technician to join our Survey and Robotics team. As a key technical resource in our Service Centre, the successful candidate will ensure all equipment is prepared, tested, labelled, identified, stored safely, calibrated, and packaged appropriately before delivery. You will also be involved in the development of new products and services, and have the opportunity to work with cutting-edge technology. If you are a self-starter with a passion for innovation and a desire to make a difference, we want to hear from you!

This is a full-time, on-site role located in Westhill, Aberdeen.

Key Responsibilities

Responsible for the inspection, testing, repair, and preparation of stand-alone and integrated subsea survey equipment and/or tooling packages

• Preparing and testing equipment for hire, ensuring the kit is fully functional, complete, accurately documented, photographed, and professionally presented

• Off-hiring and testing equipment returning from hire as per workshop procedures

• Completing repairs to equipment to manufacturer standards

• Travel offshore/dockside to assist as per client requirements

• Carry out electrical safety tests as required by regulations

• Commissioning New Plant

• Package and secure equipment suitable for the transport requirements.

• Ensure that test equipment used during measurement and calibration is within calibration.

• To provide on call support on rotation

Skills & qualifications

• HNC/HND/Degree in Electronic/Electrical Engineering/ other technical discipline and/or equivalent industry experience

• Track record of experience in a Technician/Engineering role undertaking repair, maintenance and testing of electronic equipment, preferably in a subsea environment

• Extensive knowledge of subsea equipment

• Problem-solving capabilities

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills

• Offshore experience preferred

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