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Old 04 January 2014, 09:15   #1
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Seismic Workboat Coxswains

What's the best way into this work, standby boat FRC Cox first for proof of relevant experience?
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Old 04 January 2014, 09:27   #2
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Try these guys

www.atlasservicesgroup.com/seismic

I was offered work in my twenties doing this, should have taken it (but didn't). It was the 60 day trips away I didn't fancy, the guys seemed completely married to the job.
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Thanks for that. Someone I know reckons its 5/6 weeks on/off.
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Hi, I'm a seismic workboat coxswain working 5 on/off, if you wanting further info let me know. I also started out on standby a few years ago. Lets just say I'm glad I left it
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Hi, I'm a seismic workboat coxswain working 5 on/off, if you wanting further info let me know. I also started out on standby a few years ago. Lets just say I'm glad I left it
hi allan,
i am a daughtercraft coxswain working on the stand by boats,wondering about becoming a seismic coxswain,sent a cv to geomotive and they seem interested ,could you tell me please,is the work steady enough and what are the wages like,is the current drop in the oil prices going to affect the job etc,would like to find out more about it before comitting.
thanks john
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hi allan
are you still doing this sort of work,,i am aDC cox at the stand by and am interested in doing seismic,got cv away to company called geomotive ,they seem to be interested in me but have heard no more word from them,are things slowing down cause of the oil price slump.

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