The heavy offshore construction vessel, Toisa Proteus, is completing work in the Middle East and will begin the journey back to Australia from this week (via initial equipment works in Singapore) to commence a scope of work for BHP Billiton's Pyrenees project. The contracted work fills what would have been a lay-down period for the vessel, which is then contracted to commence construction work for Woodside's Pluto project later in the year.
Brunel Technical Services in Perth will man the vessel and will be seeking Riggers, Mechanics and Electricians. The contracted period of work is expected to be up until November this year, with the potential for those working on the vessel to score ongoing work with the Pluto project.
If you have the relevant tickets/trade qualification, together with previous experience working on an offshore construction vessel, contact Brunel:
Brunel Technical Services Offshore, Level 7, 5 Mill Street, Perth WA 6000
Ph: +61 8 9429 5600 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition Brunel's Energy Division has a range of professional opportunities available in Australia, including:
Enquiries and applications for the above positions via their website at: http://www.brunelenergy.net/portal/jobs-home.php or to:
Brunel Energy, Level 7, 5 Mill Street, Perth WA 6000
Ph: +61 8 9429 5600 or Email: email@example.com