POSITION TITLE:  Diving System Technician


  • Maintains and repairs all mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and ancillary equipment, associated with all Diving activities (Mixed Gas and Air) both on-shore and off-shore. 
  • Ensure that the dive systems and associated plant is maintained and certified in line with relevant legislation and industry standards, has sufficient critical spares to be operated safely.


A. Have intimate knowledge of IMCA technical requirements and be able to prepare diving equipment to D023 and D040
B. Have competency in the following disciplines:

  • Hydraulic power units, pumps, circuits and winches.
  • Compressors, gas transfer equipment, piping, hoses and gas regulating devices.
  • Mixed gas and air surface supplied diving equipment.
  • Electrical power distribution systems.
  • Communications and video systems
  • Diver hot water machines
  • Deck Decompression Chambers
  • Divers reclaim equipment, helmets, and Secondary Life Support systems.
  • Performs inspections and testing on equipment to maintain certification and compliance standards.
  • Compiles and updates maintenance and service logs on all Diving Equipment
  • Generates requisitions for repair parts, spare parts, and general system inventory
  • Oversee the repair and service center operations
  • Perform routine maintenance of diving equipment, including disassembly, inspection, cleaning, repair and replacement of defective parts, product assembly and testing
  • Complete, process and maintain all relevant paperwork and service records
  • Coordinate with Diving Operations Manager and head office to track service progress, manage chain-of-custody and shipping of customer gear, and provide regular updates on service turnaround time for communication with customers
  • Respond to clients technical inquiries on the telephone, by mail, e-mail and in person following a set procedure
  • Manage Compressed Air Operations processes, including oversight of routine maintenance and testing as well as troubleshooting of compressor-related problems
  • Ensure compressor compliance with applicable air quality standards for breathing gases in accordance with DOT, OSHA, State and Federal agencies; document and maintain records for employees involved in Hazardous Materials Operations
  • Collect data and provide regular reports on equipment servicing, repairs, air fills & inspection services
  • Assist in training employees in the proper procedures for accepting and processing repairs as well as various aspects of compressor operations and maintenance
  • Provide Technical base Operations support during special events, or as needed to cover staffing deficiencies.
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

WORK SCHEDULE: 2 months on 1 month off

LOCATIONS: Kazakhstan and/or Russia with trips elsewhere if required

REMUNERATION: to be discussed