Current Opportunities

Graduate Subsea Engineer x2

Employed by SeaFlo - based at the National Subsea Centre, Aberdeen as part of the ADT-LAB project

  • Contract Type: Permanent
  • Salary: £35,000 to £45,000 per annum
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Hours: 35 hours per week

This is a fantastic opportunity for an individual with a BSc or MSc qualification in Subsea Engineering, Marine Science, Ocean Technology or a related discipline to join the SeaFlo team.

Our Anchor Partner, SeaFlo, is looking for talented individuals with core subsea and underwater engineering skill sets. The applicant should have a keen interest in learning and working in a continually changing industry environment that offers great long-term employment and the ability to travel and work overseas. 

SeaFlo is offering a three-year postgraduate structured training programme to applicants with a desire to work with advancing subsea robotics, autonomous underwater vehicles, subsea drone technology and digital twins. Working in the field of remote operations, successful applicants will be able to utilise artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) through Microsoft Azure cloud-based systems. This is of great importance in the approaching years as digital engineering/sciences, software development and digital data analysis/fluency skills will become more significant.

Initially, successful applicants will be based at the National Subsea Centre in Aberdeen as they support the development of an Asset Digital Twin through to stage 8 of the Technology Readiness Level (TRL) scale. In addition, there will be the opportunity to travel to client asset sites and assignments, some of which may require overseas travel. 

Apply: Please send your CV and cover letter to Charlie Reith at NSCAdtLab@rgu.ac.uk

Closing Date: Thursday 29th February, 2024

Experienced Underwater Engineering Personnel x2

Employed by SeaFlo - based at the National Subsea Centre, Aberdeen as part of the ADT-LAB project

  • Contract Type: Permanent
  • Salary: £55,000 to £60,000 per annum
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Hours: 35 hours per week

This is a fantastic opportunity for an individual with a BSc or MSc qualification in Subsea Systems, Computer Science, Data Engineering or a related discipline to join the SeaFlo team. Industry experience in subsea controls (including SCADA), (EH) umbilicals, HV cables and fibre optics is also advantageous.

Applicants with three to four years of offshore operational experience working with Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs), Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs), Autonomous Inspection Vehicles (AIVs) and/or Underwater Intervention Drones (UIDs) are highly desirable for this role.

Our Anchor Partner, SeaFlo, will provide further training in digital skill sets in order to work alongside digital twins and remote marine operations, whereby live data streaming through cloud-based systems to shore from Unmanned Surface Vessels (USVs) is becoming commonplace and reducing the environmental, social and governance (ESG) footprint due to less personnel having to travel offshore.

Working with SeaFlo, there will be significant opportunities for career progression over the next three to five years. The initial focus will be supporting the development of the Asset Digital Twin Lab (the ADT-LAB) to a cloud-based platform with appropriate industry certification.

Apply: Please send your CV and cover letter to Charlie Reith at NSCAdtLab@rgu.ac.uk

Closing Date: Thursday 29th February, 2024 

SeaFlo Employment Benefits

  • Both roles are hybrid and will ensure a good work-life balance is achieved
  • Five weeks of annual holidays
  • Competitive annual bonuses based on agreed performance based KPIs
  • Competitive base salary with BUPA Health Care Plan, full insurance cover and family package benefits for overseas assignments
  • Access to Company Profit Share Scheme after a minimum of 12 months service and with agreed pension plan contributions in the overall remuneration package
  • Supportive participation, funded by SeaFlo, in ongoing CPD logged training in compliance with SUT/IMarEST
  • Continuous improvement-based training plans as technology continually evolves

Key Contributions

  • Help support company quality assurance, quality control procedures development and the requirements of agreed Bureau Veritas Group, ISO Standards and participate in these annual ISO 55001 audits/ IMarEST auditors
  • The successful candidates must be aligned to company management goals and business objectives, business targets over the next three years and show the right attitude and commitment to the further development of SeaFlo and its Joint Venture, Business Partner Financial Agreements and profit margins
  • There is the potential for career progression, securing a company share-holding and moving into an Operations Management role as part of a Management Succession Plan

Working Collaboratively to Find Innovative Solutions

At the NSC, we work collaboratively to find innovative solutions to industry challenges in an environment where positive disruptive thinking is encouraged. We are empowered by the drive to develop smart digital and engineering technologies to enable a faster, more cost-effective and sustainable transition to a net zero energy basin, both locally in the North Sea, and globally in other offshore energy environments. In order to achieve this, we have a leading team of experts with extensive knowledge and experience in the key academic disciplines needed to support our four core research programmes. Whether you are looking to advance in your research career, undertake a PhD or join our Buisness Support team, our centre has all the resources to help you on your new journey.

We are addressing some of the most significant challenges society has faced, both locally and globally. 

A core leadership of professorial staff work with the research teams on various projects, funded publicly or privately, and organised around NSC’s major research programmes. Regular internal workshops, external industry events and international dissemination through open codebases, technical reports and papers, keynote talks, conference presentations and journal publications are building a strong identity and reputation for research excellence and leading innovation. 

Currently, we don’t have any open positions available. Please follow us on LinkedIn to stay up to date with any future opportunities. Alternatively, get in touch with us at NSCenquiries@rgu.ac.uk if you think your skillset could add significant value to our projects.