Mon 19 Nov 2018 12:33:00 PM EET
Meritaito Ltd is one of the leading marine survey service and infrastructure management companies in the Baltic Sea area. The company has decades of experience in a comprehensive range of services in maintenance of waterways, use and maintenance of canals, hydrographic surveying services, oil spill response, hydraulic engineering, waterways design and manufacturing of aids to navigation. Meritaito employs over 200 people and its headquarters reside in Helsinki, Finland.
Due to our business expansion overseas we are looking to grow our hydrographic surveying team with a Surveyor and a Senior Surveyor. Depending on the agreement the positions are either permanent or project-based.
The optimal candidate has previous experience of conducting hydrographic surveys and of processing hydrographic survey data. The candidate also has a keen interest in cutting edge technology, ocean mapping and the science behind them. Great team working skills and a proactive, passionate attitude to work are essential. Detailed requirements concerning certificates are mentioned below.
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Meritaito Ltd, the leading Finnish marine survey service and infrastructure management company, will become a fully owned subsidiary of the icebreaking and maritime services company Arctia Ltd. The Finnish Government decided on the company reorganization today, 13 December 2018. Together the companies will be able to offer their customers an even more comprehensive range of marine services both in Finland and overseas. More diversified services will improve competitiveness in the constantly tightening international market.
We are hiring! Due to our business expansion overseas we are looking to grow our hydrographic surveying team with a Surveyor and a Senior Surveyor.
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