Subsea Firm CSL on Recruitment Drive

Aberdeen, Scotland-based subsea engineering specialist CSL has appointed George Stalker to the firm's newly-created post of head of engineering, ahead of a recruitment drive that will see Stalker build a team of 20-plus people.

Stalker has more than 25 years' experience in offshore oil and gas construction, most of which was spent in senior engineering roles and project management. He has joined CSL from Harkland ISS Aberdeen.

Stalker commented that CSL's original plan had been to have an engineering team of 30 people in place within six months but this recruitment drive has been brought forward. He is now recruiting across a range of engineering disciplines to create a core team that can support CSL's internal engineering projects.

"This is an opportunity to evolve the service offering from a market recognised subsea project management provider," he said.


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