We have an excellent opportunity for Field Engineers or Oceanographic Engineers to join our growing, leading-edge company specialising in the delivery of real time marine data for marine and coastal data management, publishing and decision support.
OceanWise has established itself as a leading provider of Environmental Monitoring Systems both in the UK and around the world. We pride ourselves in being a friendly and open team where all ideas are appreciated and listened to.
You will join a small in-house team designing, installing and supporting the critical sensor networks operated by OceanWise around the UK coastline and overseas for our clients in the Ports, Oil and Gas, Renewable Energy and Marine Scientific sectors.
Your work will involve installing and maintaining a variety of oceanographic equipment including tide gauges, weather stations, current meters, wave radars and buoys and optical sensors, and ensuring a continuous flow of critical data around the network is something both you and OceanWise will be proud of.
You will be primarily based at our office in Alton, Hampshire with frequent travel (both within UK and overseas). Flexible hybrid working is also possible.
Personal experience and attributes
A knowledge of the marine environment is advantageous, but not essential. More important is that you are dynamic with a problem-solving attitude and hands-on experience in engineering or electronics and are looking for new challenges in this exciting sector. You must be adaptable to change and variation on short time scales. Knowledge or experience of geodesy/levelling would be an advantage.
Benefits of working for OceanWise:
- Competitive salary within the industry
- 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
- Long day field work benefits
- Flexible working
- Private health insurance
- Generous pension scheme
Salary £21K to £40K depending on experience
Please apply to firstname.lastname@example.org, with CV and covering letter/email explaining how you are suitable for the role, or if you have any questions.Back to News