Greetings From Crew Management International Inc....
3.Floorman- 20 Nos
4.Derickman- 15 Nos
5.Chief Electrician-10 Nos
6.Asst Mechanic -10 Nos
1. Entry requirements.
You could get into the job through an apprenticeship.
To work offshore, you must pass an offshore survival and fire-fighting course, also known as emergency response training, or basic offshore Induction and emergency training (BOSIET).Or STCW-2010
2. Skills required You'll need:
the ability to follow and give instructions
Starter: 1000 USD to 3500 USD
Experienced: 1500 USD to 6000 USD
Highly Experienced: Depend On Offshore Experience These figures are a guide
5. Working hours, patterns and environment
You'll live and work on a rig or platform for 2 to 3 weeks, followed by 2 to 3 weeks' rest period on shore. You'll work up to 12 hours a day on a 24-hour shift rotate.
You could work on a fixed production platform with up to 100 workers, or on a smaller mobile rig in a team of around 20. Facilities can include living accommodation, canteens and recreation areas. Alcohol and smoking are banned.
The job can be physically demanding, and involves working in all weathers and at height. You'll wear protective clothing, including a harness, ear defenders and a thermal boiler suit.
Crew Manager: Mr.Vikram