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Subject: Marine Mammal Scientist and Passive Acoustic Monitoring System (PAMS) Operational Technician Vacancies
From: Dave Mellinger <>
Date: Sun, 29 Mar 2009 13:27:10 -0700
This is forwarded from Nick Robinson.  Please reply to him, not me.  -Dave 

Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2009 10:47:48 +0000
From: Nick Robinson <>
Subject: Marine Mammal Scientist and Passive Acoustic
        Monitoring System (PAMS) Operational Technician Vacancies

Gardline Environmental Ltd is a member of the Gardline Marine Sciences Limited 
Group of Companies and are a successful Environmental contractor, operating a 
fleet of inshore boats, conducting major integrated offshore projects on a 
worldwide basis and inshore projects for major clients in the UK and overseas. 
As part of our continued growth there are immediate vacancies for the following 


As a PAMS Operational Technician you will be responsible for the maintenance, 
despatch and receipt of all PAMS equipment. In addition, you will be expected 
to keep up to date with national and international development of PAMS and 
implement accordingly.

Applicants will ideally be of degree calibre or equivalent in a relevant 
discipline and possess a full comprehension with the technical composition and 
use of PAMS. Ideally the candidate would have an understanding of marine 
mammals, their biology and identification and previous marine survey experience 
would be advantageous.


Reporting to the current Marine Wildlife Business Manager, you will be expected 
to undertaken and develop the application of marine mammal observations, 
monitoring and recording systems, the compilation and preparation of reports 
and the processing of observational data and possess a sound knowledge marine 
mammals, their biology and identification.

Ideally you will be of degree calibre or equivalent, and demonstrate the 
ability to lead and develop projects from implementation to completion and 
illustrate sound commercial awareness. You will need to be a confident 
individual with a can do attitude and enjoy being challenged. Previous relevant 
marine oil and gas or renewable energy industry experience is advantageous.
Both positions require the individual to spend in the region of 60 days at sea, 
dependent on project requirements, with the remaining time being office based 
(Great Yarmouth). As well as a competitive salary, these roles also include 
offshore allowances and a range of employee benefits, such as; personal and 
professional development, a further range of employee benefits and world wide 
travel opportunities.

To apply for these positions please email your CV and covering letter to Allan 
Tucker, Recruitment Officer on 
Closing date: 8th April 2009

Nick Robinson

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