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  • April 19, 2021 9:26 PM | Haley Hollis (Administrator)


    Job Description

    We seek a licensed Geotechnical Engineer with offshore geotechnical site investigation experience to serve as our Geotechnical Service Line Manager, based at our College Station, Texas campus. The position reports to our Vice President / Chief Technology Officer, and is responsible for managing geotechnical projects from technical and commercial perspectives. This manager must bring a variety of marine project experience.

    Responsibilities

    • Commercially and technically bidding, directing, and executing geotechnical projects
    • Maintaining and improving geotechnical services processes and quality
    • Overseeing project phases, including field, lab, and engineering interpretations
    • Interacting with clients and potential clients
    • Mentoring a team of geotechnical lab technicians
    • Performing occasional project activities at sea
    • Proposing and reviewing novel technologies and processes to advance our offerings

    Required Experience

    • B.S. degree in Geotechnical Engineering, or B.S. in Civil Engineering or equivalent
    • Minimum of 5 years of experience as a practicing offshore geotechnical engineer
    • Professional Engineer (PE) registration/license in the State of Texas, or ability to obtain such

    How to apply?

    Find the job posting online: https://www.tdi-bi.com/contact-us/#careers

    Qualified applicants should send a resume by email to gthiring@tdi-bi.com

    TDI-Brooks International, Inc.
    14391 S Dowling Rd
    College Station TX 77845

    www.tdi-bi.com


  • April 01, 2021 2:45 PM | Haley Hollis (Administrator)


    3D at Depth is happy to announce positions for three (3) undergraduate interns to join the company as seasonal temporary workers during Summer 2021.  3D at Depth is the world's leading expert in commercial Subsea LiDAR laser technology, providing high precision accurate point cloud data to the offshore energy industry.
    As an intern at a small innovative company, you will gain experience in the energy services business sector through both an office and field setting, such as:

    • Operating state-of-the-art laser scanners in both onshore and offshore environments
    • Gaining exposure to basic offshore survey practices
    • Participating in onshore Dimensional Control surveys
    • Learning data processing and interpretation workflows on real jobs
    • Networking with professionals in the energy industry
    • Obtaining valuable ship time as a student
    • Contributing to company workflows and process innovation
    Internship Benefits:
    • Training & PPE - Offshore survival training (BOSIET), oil and gas medical (OGUK), along with basic personal protective equipment (PPE) will be provided by 3D at Depth.
    • Pay:
      • $15 per hour for 40 hours per week when in the office
      • For each hour worked over 40 hours per week, pay is 1.5 times the hourly base rate
      • Offshore / Field bonus of $100 per day while on a project
      • An average of 12-hour workdays while offshore or in field
      • Expect an average of 7 days of offshore / field work per month
    Internship Requirements:
    • Must have completed basic remote sensing / marine technology coursework (such as seafloor mapping, data processing, GIS, marine geology, geodesy, etc.)
    • Must be competent in Microsoft Office suite - able to send daily emails, create presentations, and record lessons learned
    • Must have only two (2) semesters or less remaining until graduation
    • Must be able to pass a urine drug and alcohol test and adhere to the company's drug and alcohol policy
    • Must have valid driver's license and passport
    Room, board, and personal transportation will be the responsibility of each intern.  The Operations Manager, Chrissy Maschmeyer, will happily assist selected interns with finding safe lodging in Houston, TX. Start and end dates are flexible and can be negotiated for qualified candidates.

    The deadline to apply is Friday, April 16, 2021 and interested candidates can apply by emailing Chrissy Maschmeyer at Christina.Maschmeyer@3datdepth.com.


  • March 22, 2021 10:18 AM | Sloan Freeman (Administrator)

    Geodynamics is seeking a Marine Operations Manager to supervise operational readiness of our hydrographic survey vessels and physical plant operations.  The successful candidate will be highly organized with previous experience in vessel operations management and have demonstrated strong interpersonal and team management skills.  The Marine Ops Manager will directly supervise and schedule all shop personnel and our in-house and contract vessel captains both onsite and during field operations.  While the position is primarily located in Morehead City, NC, there will be periodic travel for project site visits, rotations as a relief captain (preferred but not required), or travel to conferences / trade shows to develop new client opportunities. 

    The successful candidate will manage and advance overall marine and facility operations, ensure compliance with safety protocols, and work closely with leadership on personnel and asset scheduling, budgets, and planning for vessel maintenance and improvement.  The Marine Ops Manager will oversee a fleet of 5 to 10 small survey vessels (15’ to 32’) and at least one extended duration (>50’) survey vessel.  Applications will be accepted through April 25, 2021 and the successful candidate should be available to start by June 15, 2021.

     

    Primary Responsibilities / Duties

    Personnel Management:

    • Serve as the top-level supervisor for all marine and facility operations, who will work with project management to schedule crews, assets, and resources.
    • Direct and manage both in-house and contract vessel captains in accordance with federal regulation and Geodynamics policies.
    • Direct and manage assigned shop crews working on survey vessels and / or facilities.
    • Address performance management issues and provide unbiased reviews of team members per Geodynamics HR policies and procedures.


    Business Management & Development:

    • Work closely with Geodynamics’ CFO to develop and manage an annual vessel operations budget for at-sea ops and maintenance, and to plan and forecast costs for new vessels, retrofits and equipment.
    • Ongoing review and optimization of operational costs to ensure optimum allocation and utilization of resources within the budgetary framework.
    • Manage marine and facilities operational activities to optimize revenue earning capability and profitability utilizing best practices, organization, and improved resource allocation. Responsible for continuous process improvement. 
    • Write and manage bid proposals for charted vessel / captain activities, vessel equipment upgrades, repairs or retrofits.
    • Work with Geodynamics leadership to develop and maintain a marketing program for various offshore opportunities, specifically including offshore wind development.


    Operations:

    • Facilitate the coordination of cruise planning and vessel use for hydrographic survey projects.
    • Actively lead or participate in effective marine safety meetings on a regular basis. Improve or establish safety protocols specific to vessel and survey operations. 
    • Enhance / Develop PQSs as part of our onboarding process for newly hired people and those unfamiliar with vessel, equipment, and shop safety.

     

    Position Qualifications

    Minimum

    • A Bachelor's degree in a related field and 5 years of related marine operations supervisory experience, including 2 years of supervisory experience; or, a Master's degree and 3 years of related marine operations experience, including 2 years of supervisory experience; or, 8 years of related marine operations experience, including at least 2 years supervisory experience.
    • A valid driver's license with a clean driving record, and U.S. passport.
    • Ability to periodically perform field work including travel and weekends, and the physical ability to lift objects over 50lbs.
    • Strong MS Office and computer capabilities with a desire to use technology as a tool for process improvements and overall program efficiency.


    Preferred

    • Experience in the operations and management of research vessels and / or previous role as a Marine Operations & Facilities Manager is desirable.
    • Experience working on boats in the coastal and offshore environment with at-sea experience preferably on or with Research / Hydrographic Survey Vessels.
    • Possession (current or past) of a U.S. Coast Guard OUPV, Master, Ocean or Near Coastal.
    • Proven leadership and people / project management skills.
    • Work experience planning and adhering to budgets for vessel operation and maintenance.

     

     Compensation / Benefits

    • Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.
    • Paid leave includes annual sick leave, 7 federal holidays, with a base of 10 days paid vacation that increases with time milestones at the company. 
    • Employees participate in 401k retirement plan and receive health, dental, and life insurance benefits.  
    • Team / family environment with a commitment to continuing education and advancement.


    Geodynamics is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    Apply for this position at: https://geodynamics.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=27&source=aWQ9Nw%3D%3D

  • March 11, 2021 8:42 AM | Haley Hollis (Administrator)

    DEA’s Marine Services division is an award-winning leader in the field of hydrographic and geophysical surveying. DEA Marine Services is staffed by a highly experienced group of professional hydrographers, surveyors, engineers, and scientists with wide-ranging expertise in hydrography, oceanography, marine geology and geophysics, geodesy, and geospatial science. We are recognized as trusted advisors to our clients and take pride in our ability to develop innovative field programs and geospatial products to address the specific objectives of each project.

    DEA Marine Services is in search of an experienced, project-oriented Hydrographer to join our team of professionals. This position will be based in our Vancouver, WA office, but may be located in the Pacific Northwest and will require frequent travel to remote and/or offshore project locations to support hydrographic and/or geophysical fieldwork. Fieldwork opportunities will include large-scale, offshore surveys aboard our 82’ survey vessel Blake or other large vessels in addition to smaller scale coastal, estuarine or riverine surveys with trailerable launches, watercraft, and/or remotely operated vehicles. When not in the field, the candidate will be expected to provide significant support and/or oversight to our geospatial data processing workflows, perform quality control checks on work products, and produce high quality project deliverables.

    Responsibilities

    • Calibrate, operate, troubleshoot, and maintain hydrographic survey equipment including single beam, multibeam, and side scan sonar systems, positioning instruments and motion sensors, sound speed sensors, and other ancillary equipment such as sediment sampling devices and hydraulic systems.
    • Operate survey-related software for data acquisition, navigation, and survey documentation including review of GNSS data streams and software to confirm accurate positioning
    • Coordinate and collaborate with the project team(s) to review project plans and provide project updates
    • Perform in-field quality assurance, data management, and documentation activities
    • Conduct in-field mobilization and demobilization of survey vessels and equipment
    • Work independently or as a team to analyze and process hydrographic data, prepare survey documentation, produce project deliverables, and perform quality control checks of work products and procedures

    Qualifications

    • B.S. in Marine Science, Physical Science, Engineering, or other relevant discipline
    • 3-5 years of hydrographic and/or geophysical survey experience
    • Familiarity with NOAA and USACE survey specifications
    • Professional certification/licensure preferable, but not required
    • Knowledge of all aspects of hydrographic surveying including vessel positioning, tides and tidal zoning, survey vessel configuration, cartography, sound velocity concepts, sonar data acquisition, interpretation, and troubleshooting, and survey documentation procedures
    • Comprehensive knowledge of hydrographic data acquisition, processing, and analysis packages including Caris, Hypack, and Chesapeake SonarWiz
    • Demonstrated commitment to established safety procedures

    Benefits:

    • Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability and Life Insurance
    • Health Savings and Lifestyle Spending Account with employer contribution
    • Support for continuing education and training opportunities
    • Vacation/Sick/Holiday Pay
    • 401k and Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP)
    • Holistic Wellbeing Program with a focus on physical, emotional, financial, career and community health
    • Opportunity for growth with support and mentoring to help with professional goals

    DEA is proud to be an AA/EEO employer and all qualified candidates will receive consideration without regard to characteristics protected by applicable local, state or federal law, such as race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, marital status, veteran or military status, genetic information or sexual orientation.

    To apply for this position, follow this link:  https://phh.tbe.taleo.net/phh03/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=DEAINC&cws=37&rid=4824

  • March 03, 2021 4:06 PM | Haley Hollis (Administrator)

    DOF Subsea currently have an upcoming job opportunity for a Surveyor Grade I to join our team. The function is to implement and maintain survey standards during offshore operations. This includes setting up and operating the survey equipment, logging, QC and backing up of data. The candidate will assist the Senior Surveyor or Party Chief following instructions and fulfilling a shift role unsupervised. The Surveyor will conduct duties on vessels offshore.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • 2 years of offshore experience required; i.e. surface & subsurface experience required
    • Degree in Surveying/Geomatics or equivalent
    • Able to obtain appropriate offshore medical and offshore survival course
    • Must be legally authorized to work in the United State, i.e. US Citizen or Permanent Resident
    For more information, visit here: https://apply.workable.com/dof-subsea/j/5454048F18/
  • March 03, 2021 4:00 PM | Haley Hollis (Administrator)

    DOF Subsea currently have an immediate job opportunity for a skilled Senior Surveyor to join our team. The Senior Surveyor function is to implement and manage survey project assignments, adherence to survey standards throughout offshore operations and day-to-day supervision, guidance and support to the Junior Surveyors. The Senior Surveyor is responsible for the set up and testing of the online navigation suite, undertaking calibrations of associated survey sensors and performing a 12-hour online shift whilst offshore. The position requires personnel to maintain high quality survey records, take part in hazard identifications, risk assessments and be part of the overall team. It includes writing field memos and reports for clients.

    Requirements

    Tasks and Responsibilities:

    • Responsible for the set-up and testing of the online navigation and data logging systems
    • Responsible for the calibration of survey sensors
    • Responsible for the daily operation of on-line systems
    • Responsible for the quality control of positioning systems/ sensors and logged data
    • Responsible for maintaining survey quality records (including daily logbook)
    • Responsible for instruction and performance monitoring of junior surveyors
    • Performance of work role in accordance with company and project policies & procedures
    • Ensure that data gathered is in accordance within contractual and company specification
    • Reporting of operational activities and logged data that does not meet acceptance criteria
    • Take part in hazard identification and risk assessment as required by Party Chief/Project Manager
    • Emergency situation reporting to assigned work supervisor

    For more information, please visit: https://apply.workable.com/dof-subsea/j/4D5CDFC9B4/

  • February 25, 2021 1:47 PM | Haley Hollis (Administrator)

    DEA’s Marine Services Division is looking for a Marine Equipment Technician to work in our Vancouver, WA location. In this role you will be required to work with specialized hydrographic and marine geophysical instrumentation systems performing inspections, diagnosis, minor repairs, and maintenance of equipment including managing small fabrication projects. Responsible for preparing and organizing equipment systems safely and efficiently for mobilization and demobilization, according to project requirements and agreed upon procedures. Assist in maintaining equipment inventory and manage shipping and receiving. Act as the point of contact for field staff regarding equipment and instrumentation needs or issues.

    Key Responsibilities include:

    • Evaluate, setup, install and maintain marine instrumentation and equipment systems
    • Manage process of scheduling repair and maintenance of vehicles, vessels and maintain systems for immediate deployment
    • Maintain inventory procedures, monitor movement of shipments and maintain shipping and receiving logs
    • Maintain warehouse and workshop to uphold a clean, safe and orderly working environment
    • Manage vessel, trailer and vehicle records, track licensing, annual inspections, certifications, and assist in managing safety and compliance
    • Support and assist with other related duties and special projects as requested
    • May occasionally conduct field work in offshore, coastal and inland marine environments

    Basic Qualifications:

    • Associates degree or Technical training and minimum 3+ years relevant experience
    • Strong mechanical and technical experience/aptitude in fast-paced, changing environment
    • Able to travel and work independently as well as within a team environment, prioritizing workload and following through on tasks
    • Strong trouble shooting and analytical skills
    • Working knowledge of marine electronics and electrical wiring
    • Experience working around and maintaining engines, boats, and/or electronics
    • Experience driving large vehicles and trailering boats
    • Adept at communicating, both written and verbally

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Associate’s or bachelor’s degree in engineering, oceanography, marine science, or related discipline is desirable.  Relevant experience can replace degree. 
    • Knowledge and experience in applying advanced concepts, practices, and procedures as they relate to: integration of hydrographic instrumentation, networking wired/wireless communications, integration of autonomous platforms, topside and wet end cable repair.
    • Ability to advancing technical skills to maintain specialized systems used to gather and analyze hydrographic, marine geophysical, oceanographic  and other ancillary data. 

    Benefits:

    • Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability and Life Insurance
    • Health Savings and Lifestyle Spending Account with employer contribution
    • Support for continuing education and training opportunities
    • Vacation/Sick/Holiday Pay
    • 401k and Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP)
    • Holistic Wellbeing Program with a focus on physical, emotional, financial, career and community health
    • Opportunity for growth with support and mentoring to help with professional goals

    DEA is proud to be  an AA/EEO employer and all qualified candidates will receive consideration without regard to characteristics protected by applicable local, state or federal law, such as race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, marital status, veteran or military status, genetic information or sexual orientation.

    To apply for this position, follow this link: https://phh.tbe.taleo.net/phh03/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=DEAINC&cws=37&rid=4740

  • February 24, 2021 8:18 AM | Haley Hollis (Administrator)

    Job Description: Design cutting-edge sonar imaging systems for both unmanned underwater vehicles (UUV) and underwater towed systems. Convert logic and algorithm descriptions into functional products. Debug completed PCB assemblies insystem, in collaboration with other software and hardware engineers. Enjoy learning from the very best in the industry while making a significant personal contribution. .

    For more information, please visit here: http://kleinmarinesystems.com/PDF/job_postings/Klein_Senior-Electrical-Engineer_FPGA-Designer_October-2020.pdf


  • February 24, 2021 8:07 AM | Haley Hollis (Administrator)

    Job Description: Design cutting-edge sonar imaging systems for both unmanned underwater vehicles (UUV) and underwater towed systems. Convert logic and algorithm descriptions into functional products. Debug completed PCB assemblies insystem, in collaboration with other software and hardware engineers. Enjoy learning from the very best in the industry while making a significant personal contribution.

    For more information, please visit here: http://kleinmarinesystems.com/PDF/job_postings/Klein_Electrical-Engineer-FPGA-Designer_October-2020.pdf

  • February 09, 2021 10:39 AM | Haley Hollis (Administrator)


    Job Summary

    ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTION: Bathymetrists receive, analyze, and deconflict U.S. and foreign bathymetric data for use by the Intelligence Community (IC) and external customers. They populate and maintain data and metadata in the bathymetry database, ensuring the accuracy of metadata pertaining to collection source platforms and depth recording devices. They also provide customers with conflated and corrected mission-specific data.

    Mandatory Qualifications

    MANDATORY QUALIFICATION CRITERIA: For this particular job, applicants must meet all competencies reflected under the Mandatory Qualification Criteria to include education (if required). Online applications must demonstrate qualification by providing specific examples and associated results, in response to the announcement's mandatory criteria specified in this vacancy announcement: 1. Demonstrated experience collecting bathymetric or hydrographic data; and/or data manipulation, feature extraction, and/or attribution of bathymetric or hydrographic data independently. 2. Demonstrated experience with Geographic Information System (GIS). 3. Proven ability to communicate ongoing work to peer and leadership through written, visual, spoken reports and briefings. 4. Demonstrated ability to apply critical thinking to problem identification, analysis and resolution on challenging issues.

    For more information on the job posting, please click here: https://apply.intelligencecareers.gov/job-description/20210121

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