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ROVOP celebrates successful first year in Middle East with recruitment boost

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ROVOP, the subsea robotics specialist, is set to add to its ranks at its Middle East base due to a rise in demand for its services following a successful first year in the region.

The company is looking for experienced ROV personnel to work from its Middle East Operational Centre in Dubai, delivering services including drilling support, inspection repair and maintenance and construction across subsea operations.

The new hires will have access to the company’s extensive ROVOP Academy career development programme, which caters for all levels of expertise. The Academy is the cornerstone to ROVOP’s commitment to personnel and clients to ensure that its personnel are the most skilled in the ROV industry. The Programme is also tailored to client requirements to ensure maximum efficiency is achieved in all offshore operations.

ROVOP provides the highest quality services to clients across the Middle East subsea oil and gas sector, underpinned by operational excellence and a diverse fleet of ROVs, all managed and operated in-region.

David Lamont, CEO at ROVOP, said: “We are in a strong position in the Middle East. After a successful first year in the region, we are ready to expand and build upon our services offering by adding to our team.

“The Middle East is an important market for us. We have been providing our clients with ROV services in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait and Oman, amongst others, and we look forward to continuing to strengthen our presence in the Middle East by bolstering our personnel.”

Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/11112019/rovop-celebrates-successful-first-year-in-middle-east-with-recruitment-boost/

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