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Offshore Technician

The company:

James fisher Offshore combine knowledge, innovation and experience to provide engineering solutions, equipment and full project support for offshore and subsea operations.

Our dedicated engineering and offshore teams understand the demands and challenges faced by our customers. We work with you to deliver against your specific requirements and provide complete support across the full life cycle of offshore projects, enabling the work to be completed safely and efficiently.

The role:

The Offshore Technician is to provide support to various projects by the maintenance, repair and servicing of a range of equipment in accordance with JFO`s guidelines.

Key Accountabilities (includes, but not limited to the following):

When working on company equipment to report to and take direction from offshore supervisors.

To actively participate in pre and post job briefings and to ensure that appropriate knowledge transfer takes place.

To become familiar with JFO and third-party equipment, to follow appropriate procedures during assembly, testing, operations, servicing and maintenance of this equipment.

To ensure all work is carried out in accordance with JFO’s policies and guidelines.

To be responsible for own safety and the safety of others within the workplace by working in a safe, tidy and efficient manner.

To carry out various other general duties as directed and to represent the company in a professional manner.

General Duties:

To always maintain a clean and safe working area

To ensure compliance with defined HSE policies and procedures and identify any areas for improvement.

To ensure appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) is used in accordance with Company health and safety policies.

Any other reasonably delegated responsibilities as instructed by line management within the timeframe specified in a safe and efficient manner to meet business requirement.

Qualifications & Experience:


Time served in a mechanical, hydraulic role.


Qualification in mechanical engineering or similar



Previous experience in an offshore environment.

Good knowledge of mechanically operated tools and diesel engines.

Understanding of hydraulic/pneumatic control systems and the control components within these systems.

Strong focus on client satisfaction.

Must have good verbal and written communication skills.


Candidates with diesel, hydraulic, UHP or HP water pumping experience.

Knowledge of hydraulic circuits.

Plant machinery experience.

Good knowledge of subsea services industry equipment.

James Fisher and Sons plc and all subsidiary businesses are committed to creating a diverse workforce and are proud to be an equal opportunities employer. For further information on the James Fisher group please visit our

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