Interviews

The advantages of the Atlas Competence Programme

October 8, 2018 - Coraline Mulder

Competence Management and Competence Assurance is increasingly important from a safety, commercial and legal point of view. Atlas Professionals has been addressing this issue for several years and in March of this year it took the next step in competence management, the Atlas Competence Programme (ACP), which has been developed together with our clients and professionals Read More
WANTED! Clients and Professionals looking for a meaningful partnership!

September 13, 2017 - Rebecca Baker

Every day online and on social media, we see recruitment businesses posting advertisements quoting URGENT, MUST HAVE, MOBILISE NOW! Of course, this often results in Clients reaping the rewards of utilising a flexible workforce and having the skills when they need them. How do recruiters know who the RIGHT individual for the RIGHT job is? And how often do the Clients really get the RIGHT individual? Read More
Working in the APACs Subsea Market: Survey Manager for Neptune

January 19, 2017 - Rebecca Baker

Survey Manager James Hope has worked in the Subsea market in the Asia-Pacific region for over 10 years. After gaining the opportunity to work with Fugro-UDI Ltd as a Trainee Surveyor during his University studies, James began to develop his offshore career working with some of the industry’s leaders in the Subsea market. Read More
5 Questions: An update on the ROV, Diving & Inspection and Offshore Survey industries

October 12, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

Over the last year Atlas’ ROV, Diving and Inspection and Offshore Survey business lines have been through some changes. With over 30 years of experience in the subsea sector, the teams have learnt to adapt to the market and compete with the challenges across the oil & gas sector. ROV, Diving & Inspection Business Manager Claire Freestone and Director Andrew Blears discuss how Atlas are facing the challenges ahead. Read More
Rare Renewables: Working on NEMO and Hornsea

September 23, 2016 - Rebecca Baker

A professional’s dream to work offshore can come from anywhere; from family holidays by the sea through to exploration, an interest in the environment or travel, science and innovation. “I studied Physical Geography at University College London, I always had a strong interest in volcanicity and seismology,” explains Senior Geophysicist George Mackintosh. “While I was studying, some fellow students and I organised a trip to Montserrat in the West Indies for our dissertations. Read More

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