Interviews

Career switch to Survey for Atlas professional Fabrice Sanders | HEROES

October 4, 2019 - Gabriëlle Burghouwt

Fabrice Sanders swapped his job in accountancy for a more exciting around-the-world life as an engineer and technician on board seismic survey vessels. It's a career that's always full of surprises, he explains. Read More
Never a boring moment in 33 years at sea!

May 29, 2019 - Gabriëlle Burghouwt

Following in his father’s footsteps, Chief Integrated Rating Ronald Gulliford, embarked on his seagoing career at the tender age of 16. Ronald started off on cargo ships and then advanced to Anchor Handlers and he says that 33 years later, there are few vessel types he hasn’t worked on and this has largely been in South East Asia and his native Australia. Read More
WANTED! Clients and Professionals looking for a meaningful partnership!

September 13, 2017 - Rebecca Baker

Every day online and on social media, we see recruitment businesses posting advertisements quoting URGENT, MUST HAVE, MOBILISE NOW! Of course, this often results in Clients reaping the rewards of utilising a flexible workforce and having the skills when they need them. How do recruiters know who the RIGHT individual for the RIGHT job is? And how often do the Clients really get the RIGHT individual? Read More
Alexis Deloge, field geophysicist on a lifelong adventure

September 3, 2014 - Bregje Rooijendijk

Where going to preparatory school for engineering was once the most common way of becoming an engineer, nowadays most technical professionals go to university. In recent years, an increasing number of young men and women have been specialising in geophysics – many of them with the aim of discovering seabed secrets deep underground. Alexis Deloge is one of them. Aged 26, he is already a promising field geophysicist who lives life offshore or, as he describes it, he lives “the true adventure”. Read More
5 QUESTIONS – Seismic Observer

May 9, 2014 - Bregje Rooijendijk

“The job is always changing. I visit different geographical regions, experience all sorts of environmental conditions and climates, varying from two meters of ice to fifty degrees Celsius. I’ve witnessed it all, from political problems with environmental activists to threats from nature, like high seas and hurricanes you have to run from.” Read More

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