Reporting: The Diver shall report directly to the Diving Supervisor
Responsible for the performance of his duties in a safe and professional manner, but also for the safety of his colleagues; using of Surface Demand Diving Equipment to inspect, repair, install or remove, equipment and structures; using a variety of power and hand tools, such as drills, impact wrenches airlifts, sledgehammers, welding and burning equipment; underwater explosives, photography, videography, inspections ,UWILD, In-Water Survey (IWS) or marine life.
Essential Job Functions:
All Divers undertaking Diving Operations should be competent and familiar with their specific tasks, i.e. Tending, Boat Handling and Rigging, etc. and as a minimum are responsible for, & Being familiar where applicable with:
- Adhering to Health and Safety at Work Act (UK).
- Adhering to Aquatec Marine Services Diving Manuals, Procedures and Guidance.
- Adhering to Relevant regional regulations and industry ‘best practice’.
- Understanding all inherent hazards associated with Diving Operations.
- Maintaining an up to date Dive Log Book which must be countersigned and officially stamped by the Diving Supervisor after each dive.
- Undertaking their work in a safe and professional manner in accordance with the company and Client requirements.
- Applying due care when handling and using their equipment and reporting any defects to the Diving Supervisor
- Ensuring the health and safety of themselves and others taking part in the Diving Operation.
- Ensuring that Diver worn equipment is properly maintained, complete, and ready for use.
- No action on his part should jeopardize either his own safety or that of those personnel associated with his work
- Assisting in the maintenance and repair of all Diving Equipment (as required).
- Immediately obey all commands or signals to return to the surface or Deployment Device.
- Acting as a Standby Diver when required.
- Assisting in the training of new personnel.
- Following safe diving procedures and pointing out any questionable items to the Diving Supervisor.
- Performing such tasks as may be required, and as directed by the Diving Supervisor, his assistant or Dive Team Deck Leader.
Qualification and Requirements
- IMCA Certified
- Qualified to a minimum level of HSE applicable to the diving technique (HSE Part 1 or 2) or equivalent, and hold a certificate that is approved by the local authorities.
- Have a valid in-date certificate of medical fitness.
- Have a valid in-date Offshore Survival Certificate and MIST Certificate.
- Diver Medical Technician Certificate or First Aid Certificate (Optional)
- CSWIP Inspection Certificate (3.1U or 3.2U) according to the type of Inspection being carried out. (Optional)
Language Requirement: Professional command on the English Language is a minimum requirement.
- Ability to swim 100 meters effortlessly
- Ability to hold breadth and dive down 8 feet.
- Good technical and communication skills (written and oral).
- High attention to details and adhering to instructions.
Location: Tema, Takoradi