Working as part of a specialist professional team you will be responsible for installation and interfacing of survey sensors, fault finding, repair and maintenance in addition to geophysical data acquisition aboard a range of survey vessels.
Offering a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package
As a minimum, candidates should have a college qualification (HND or higher) in either electronic engineering disciplines or through relevant qualifications gained through military service. Suitable industry experience will also be considered.
Vessel based fieldwork can vary from a few days to several weeks depending on the project, therefore an ability to spend periods of time on site and away from home is essential. Additional office work in the company workshop (located on the Wirral) may be required periodically, although site-based roles are available for suitable candidates.
People are the most important part of our business; we deliver on our objectives by living our Values. This means each of us, at all times, strive to:
Work together: We understand the common long-term goals across our businesses, customers, suppliers and people and we work towards them as a team.
Be better: We challenge ourselves to be the best, finding new ways to improve everything we do today.
Be innovative: We do everything possible to look ahead, to anticipate customer needs and deliver innovative solutions.
Do the right thing: At all times we do the right thing, providing a quality and safe service, acting responsibly for our people, customers and the communities in which we work.
Trust each other: We trust and empower our people to deliver the right outcomes for our business.
Why you should join us
Bibby HydroMap is an equal opportunities employer, offering a very competitive salary (strictly based on experience), and provide an attractive benefits package, including private health insurance and a company pension scheme. Bibby HydroMap invests in personnel; offering mentoring, guidance, training and opportunities for professional development through further academic learning. Employees are also offered the opportunity to join a professional body such as the Geological Society or the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.
Previously named Osiris Projects, the company was acquired by Bibby Marine in 2012; a family-owned, locally headquartered company with over 200 years’ experience in the maritime industry. Rebranding to Bibby HydroMap in 2015, the company has retained autonomy, but now benefits from the backing and support of the international Bibby Line Group. The company is undergoing a period of significant growth, and our strategy is centred on both developing our core competencies and diversifying into new markets, both by discipline and geographically. For employees, this growth offers exciting opportunities and prospects for the future.