Corporate Diving Activities Specialist III


Job description

Airswift has been tasked by one of our major Oil and Gas clients to seek a Corporate Diving Activities Specialist to join their team located in Spring, TX for a Long-Term role on a Mon-Fri basis!

Day to day responsibilities:

  • Maintaining and developing corporate diving standards and guidance.
  • Selection and management of Dive SME’s and Dive Leads
  • Engagement with industry organization for development of diving safety standards.
  • Serve as subject matter expert for all types of commercial diving
  • Provide diving technical support to corporate diving activities
  • Maintains corporate Diving Center of Expertise working processes including Corporate Diving Safety Standard and diving contractor qualification
  • Ensure appropriate level of specialist support is provided to on-vessel teams during critical operations
  • Selection and oversight of Diving SME’s and Diving Site Leads
  • Be knowledgeable of industry wide developments within field of expertise
  • Active engagement in industry organizations for development of safety and guidance standards
  • Review and endorse suitability of Contractors’ equipment
  • Draft, obtain approval, and maintain Installation Global Practices
  • Review and approval of key contractor execution deliverables
  • Participate in risk assessments as needed
  • Performance and reporting of Critical Activity Reviews
  • Provide technical input to tender preparation and evaluation
  • Requires international travel


  • 15 years minimum experience of offshore commercial diving and supervision in support of oil and gas industry.
  • Diving Supervisor certification from the International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) OR an agency recognized under the IMCA D 08/09 Mutual Recognition Agreement OR equivalent level of certification.
  • Experience as a certified Diving Medical Technician
  • Experience performing Diving System Assurance Audits to the IMCA D 023/24 standard. Completed a Diving System Assurance Course.
  • Sound knowledge of international diving standards and regulations
  • 3 years minimum experience in diving operations from a dynamic position (DP) vessel. Completed a Dynamic Position Awareness Course accredited by the Nautical Institute.
  • 2 years minimum experience in diving operations conducted from anchor barge.
  • Training and sound knowledge in seamanship and marine/vessel operations
  • 5 years minimum experience in sub-sea installation, repair and decommissioning.
  • 2 years minimum experience in underwater inspection. Qualified in CSWIP 3.4U or equivalent.
  • 2 years minimum experience in offshore construction management
  • Sound knowledge in offshore heavy lifting practices
  • Sound knowledge and understanding on sub-sea tooling, installation and repair techniques
  • Sound knowledge of industrial occupational health and safety practices related to hazard identification, risk assessment, permit to work and safety management. Completed a formal OHS tools and practices training course.
  • Completed a Diving Worksite Representative training course accredited by an operator member of the Association of Oil and Gas Producers (OGP)
  • BS/MS in Engineering preferred, but not required

Should you be interested in this exciting opportunity with a global oil and gas company please apply to this advert with your up-to-date resume.

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