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MTR MARKETPLACE • JOBS WWW.SEADISCOVERY.COM ming skills to perform maintenance, development and occa- sional offshore operation of our PC-based cable lay planning, simulation and control software. This individual will be respon- sible for the ongoing software development, customer sup- port, and installation and troubleshooting of software on client platforms at-sea. Important assets for this position include:

Engineering or physical science degree, willingness to occa- sionally perform at-sea work, strong self-confidence, excellent

English communication skills, strong interpersonal skills, and have experience with the Windows programming environment with the aptitude and willingness to learn more. Specific expe- rience with Windows 2000/XP, AutoCAD, ArcView or

GeoMedia, FORTRAN, C++, Visual Basic and TCP/IP network- ing is helpful. Applicant must be qualified to work in the U.S. (Foreign born nationals must already possess a green card.)

Please send a cover letter and resume to Dr. Jose Andres at

Jose Andres

Makai Ocean Engineering

PO Box 1206

Kailua, HI 96734


Phone: 808-259-8871

Fax: 808-259-8238




Job Location: USA, HI Waimanalo

Makai's submarine cable group is looking for an Engineer or

Physicist with a graduate degree and very strong skills in math, numerical methods and programming. Candidate will be learning, maintaining and expanding the capabilities of existing and new complex numerical models developed in FORTRAN,

C++, and Visual Basic. Important assets for this position include: An ability to think clearly through technical problems, strong written/oral communication skills and proposal writing, willingness to adapt to a flexible work schedule, willingness to travel, and a desire to learn new skills. A Masters degree in engineering, physics, or applied math is a minimum require- ment, and ideal candidates will have 2-4 years experience in physical modeling/programming. US citizenship is preferred.

Please submit a cover letter, resume with references, date of availability and citizenship/immigration status to Dr. Jose

Andres at

Jose Andres

Makai Ocean Engineering

PO Box 1206

Kailua, HI 96794 USA

Phone: 808-259-8871

Fax: 808-259-8238



Job Location: USA, TX Houston

Veritas DGC Inc., a $600 plus million public geophysical infor- mation and services provider, is one of the world's leading providers of advanced geophysical technologies. Veritas

Marine Acquisition, a division of Veritas DGC Inc., is currently recruiting for individuals for our Cable Repair Supervisor posi- tion in the Houston office.

The central role of the Cable Repair Supervisor position is to operate an onshore facility for the repair of marine cables for our global fleet. This position will work closely with representa- tives of the Marine Resource, ATG and Marine Operations groups to ensure that repairs meet our terms of competitive- ness and accuracy. This position will be responsible for man- aging the overall repair activities, providing repair expertise and knowledge in addition to performing line repair duties when needed. The responsibilities for this position will be to oversee and/or perform the evaluation and repair of incoming cables as workload requires; Manage the inventory for repairs and fixed assets at the Cable Workshop; liaise with Marine

Inventory Tracking Supervisor on the status of repairs and incoming/outgoing shipments; and generate technical reports and statistics for management on a regular basis. Will also assist with the start-up of a new facility.

We are looking for applicants in the Texas area. Will consider individuals outside of the Texas and USA area if you have appropriate and useful experience.

For more information on who we are and what we do, please visit Interested applicants may apply by submitting resume to Please indicate where you saw this job posting.

Veritas is an equal opportunity employer.

Trena Gipson


Houston, TX 77072


Phone: (832) 351-8300

Fax: (832) 351-8721



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