SAAB SEAEYE INVESTING IN ENGINEERS Investment in new technologies sees Saab Seaeye, the world’s largest manufacturer of electric underwater robotic systems, launch a recruitment drive to find software and electrical engineers at all levels, including senior engineering management, for their fareham, Portsmouth, Head Office and manufacturing base.

With markets in oil and gas, renewables, hydro engineering and marine science, amongst others, Saab Seaeye has been established for over 30 years and has offices in Sweden, America and the UK, and is part of the Saab Group.

Increased investment comes as rapid advances in miniaturisation and control architecture are creating smaller, smarter robotic systems that are more agile, more powerful and are bringing


Engineers at Saab Seaeye continue to create pioneering electric robotic systems for a wide variety of tasks across many different market sectors. Here, the company’s smallest vehicle is seen undertaking scientific research into the ocean’s ecosystems at depths of 1000m. Larger systems can operate down to 6000m.

advanced technology and efficiencies to an ever widening range of complex tasks across many different market sectors.

Saab Seaeye says engineers will join a company with a worldwide reputation for pioneering engineering that has long led the industry with cutting edge designs and technologies.


International travel, exciting work and ample progression opportunities: a career in underwater inspection is not short of benefits.

If you have a commercial diving licence, or an interest in diving and a desire to get one, moving into underwater inspection gives you the opportunity to turn an enjoyable activity into a ticket to see the world and a rewarding career.

Over the last few decades TWI has delivered training to hundreds of divers from all over the world at its specialist facilities. Courses are currently offered in Middlesbrough in the UK, Baku in Azerbaijan and Chonburi in Thailand – each venue featuring modern diving equipment and hosting training provided by experienced industry professionals.

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only place in the country where divers can carry out their training and gain CSWIP certification in the same location. Once qualified you will be eligible to work all over the world: CSWIP certification is the internationally recognised industry standard, and a specified requirement of many employers.

There are four courses available in TWI’s underwater inspection suite: 3.1U NDT Inspection Diver, 3.2U NDT Inspection Diver, 3.3U ROV Inspector and 3.4U Underwater Inspection Controller. They combine classroom-based theory with practical tuition, either in a dive tank or topside, depending on the programme.

Each qualification requires recertification every five years, to refresh divers’ knowledge and ensure their skills are up to date. This can be carried out at any of

TWI’s underwater training facilities.

If you would like to find out more about what a career in underwater inspection entails, an overview of TWI’s diver inspection courses can be found on TWI’s YouTube channel at:

TWI Training and Examination Services is the world’s largest provider of training in NDT, welding and welding inspection. Thanks to its excellent global reputation, it has established offices around the world, and last year delivered training to more than 25,000 students from more than 70 countries.

for more information, including an underwater inspection career progression map and a complete list of courses, including dates and venues, visit: or e-mail:

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