New Cable Layer for New Jobs

A new cable laying vessel, under construction by Kleven in Ulsteinvik, Norway for Swiss-based cable specialist ABB, could provide over a 100 new jobs next year.

The 140 by 30 meters vessel, based on a design from Salt Ship Design, is scheduled for delivery in first part of 2017.

The vessel will be manned by 50-60 people from Scandinavia/Europe on each shift. The maritime crew consists of approximately 22 members on each shift and to be integrated with the project crew.

The vessel base will be Karlskrona in Sweden. ABB AB in Sweden will be the operator from delivery and operations will be in majority in Scandinavian and European waters.

Remøy Management AS applies for several jobs and will employ the following positions for this vessel:

- Master x 2
- Chief Officer x 2
- Chief Engineer x 2
- 2nd Engineer x 2
- Electrician x 2
- Chief Steward x 2

Remaining positions will be hired from crewing agencies.

According to Remøy Management, some of the positions will sign on to participate in the site team in due time prior to delivery. Fixed sign on dates are not set, but estimated dates are found in the job advertisements along with due dates for application.

To find out more and how to apply for the above mentioned positions follow this link.

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