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5 QUESTIONS – Online Surveyor

March 5, 2014 - igil

“My personal character is defined by progression; I tend to take any possible opportunity that allows to me progress career-wise. Over the past years, experiences have taught me that every transaction or process requires full attention.” The Online Surveyor in 5 answers: Read More
5 QUESTIONS - Client Representative

January 12, 2014 - brooijendijk

“You are interacting daily on a variety of levels, so personality counts and diplomacy whilst pressing the clients aims is a must. It’s all about maintaining flexibility and managing challenges and expectations daily. Those that consider it an easy role to undertake should understand it is not quite your average 12 hour shift!” Read More
5 QUESTIONS - Project Manager

January 11, 2014 - brooijendijk

“The offshore survey and construction industry is the best place to be right now if you are someone who loves technology. We are certainly pushing the boundaries in meeting deep water challenges.” The Project Manager in 5 answers: Read More
5 QUESTIONS - Hydrographic Engineer

January 11, 2014 - brooijendijk

“I like the mentality that, to me, is the same as in the armed forces: achieving goals and aims – but obviously under better hse conditions.” The Hydrographic Engineer in 5 answers: Read More
5 QUESTIONS - Geophysicist

January 11, 2014 - brooijendijk

“All the jobs I've got through Atlas completely satisfied me. The best one was a three month trip on board the survey vessel ‘Kommandor Jack’ in the North Sea.” The Geophysicist in 5 answers: Read More
5 QUESTIONS – Data Processor

January 10, 2014 - brooijendijk

“The industry is constantly evolving, which requires a steady stream of new people with new skills to come in. This keeps the industry from going stale. I believe most people are satisfied with this state of affairs.” The Data Processor in 5 answers: Read More
5 QUESTIONS – Hydrographic Surveyor

January 10, 2014 - brooijendijk

“It can be challenging, also unsafe at times, and there is always a cowboy or two. Safety is always a factor, one often ignored on high pressure projects where the client or contractor is pushing for maximum production.” The Hydrographic Surveyor in 5 answers: Read More
5 QUESTIONS - Party Chief

January 8, 2014 - brooijendijk

“The industry is moving very fast, keeping up with the technology of the day, advancing and improving all the time. It is also a fickle industry that follows the markets and the oil prices, so it keeps everyone on their toes making sure they are up to date.” The Party Chief in 5 answers: Read More