Company: Atlas Professionals
Skills: Mechanic
Experience: 1 + Years
Education: High School/Secondary
Location: Houston, Texas, United States

In order to apply for this position, applicants MUST meet the following criteria. If your resume does not match these criteria, you will not be able to apply for this position.

Authorized to work in: US

TRAINEDWINDThe job would be on a Walk-to-Work vessel with a Motion Compensated Crane that is installed. This heave/pitch-roll compensated crane has specific technical features which are new in the industry. As a Crane/Gangway Operator (Deck Foreman) it is your job to:

  • Beyond that, you are the Person in Command (PIC) of the motion compensated (MC) gangway. The MC gangway is in use to transfer service and maintenance staff to the platforms of Onegas. In close cooperation with the deck department and engineers, it is your job to:
    • If you are working on the dive support vessel you operate the offshore rated crane(s) in close coop with dive supervisor and deck officers.

      "As an Offshore Operator/Mechanic at Ampelmann, you are responsible for operating the Ampelmann system to ensure people and/or cargo are transferred safely from a ship to an offshore structure, such as a drilling platform or a wind turbine. Ampelmann develops innovative systems and services for the offshore industry. The active motion compensation technology takes into account the movement of a ship so that crossing is easier and safer, in other words: Making offshore access as easy as crossing the street. As an Operator, you are in charge of the maintenance of the Ampelmann system and together with your Operator colleagues ensure the safe transfer of people and/or cargo. You can grow from the position of Operator to Person In Charge - the point of contact for the client, the captain and the Ampelmann head office in Delft (The Netherlands). Once you have followed Basic Operator Training, you learn the tricks of the trade on the job under the supervision of an experienced Operator. An average offshore shift consists of 4 weeks followed by a number of weeks off. You work for 12 hours per day at different locations in the US (Gulf Coast and East Coast)."


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      • US Citizen or Permanent resident
      • Valid Passport
      • BOSIET/ HUET w/ CA-EBS
      • Medical (OGUK)
      • Previous offshore experience is a plus
      • Ampelmann PIC or willingness to get these certificates
      • Mechanical background with Hydraulic and Electrical knowledge