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Hydro Energy Group and Next Geosolutions sign agreement

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An energy recruitment specialist has signed an exclusive deal with one of the largest independent geoscience and engineering service providers.

Hydro Energy Group is working with Next Geosolutions to identify and engage with experienced and emerging talent. The project will see the recruiter deliver more than 40 staff in onshore and offshore positions. The roles include permanent placements in permanent placements in Naples, Italy, Ijmuiden, the Netherlands, and Norwich, England.

Next Geosolutions is a contracting company founded in 2014 that provides marine survey and offshore construction support services worldwide in the energy, infrastructure and utilities markets. The business works in a wide range of markets including subsea cables, renewables, oil and gas, infrastructures, port and coastal, environmental protection, mining, underwater archaeology and defence.

Next Geosolutions has a modern fleet of 16 offshore ships, with five advanced multi-purpose DP2 vessels. It also has its own survey equipment and a high-tech GIS-based data processing centre. The company has worked on some major projects including a link interconnector job in the North Sea, an interconnector cable repair between Italy and Greece in the Ionic Sea, and another interconnection HVDC project in the Adriatic Sea.

Next Geosolutions has turned to Hydro Energy Group to meet its recruitment requirements as it starts on a new range of projects in the MENA region.

Hydro Energy Group is one of the fastest growing energy recruitment businesses in the energy sector, specialising in the placing of candidates in offshore and marine, renewables and hydrographic survey markets.

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