Job Definitions beginning with H:
Hook-up Engineer = Person responsible for the circuits, electrodes and appliances for a particular process or diagnostic procedure; providing cost estimates, planning and advice. Continued below
HR Advisor = Person who interprets and administers the existing Human Resources policies and procedures, recommending amendments and changes where necessary; also, supervises the continuous maintenance of employee files and related administration tasks and/or paperwork.
HSE Manager = Person who interprets the HS&E (Health, Safety and Environment) policies and ensures that these policies are up to date, up to standard, and are administered correctly.
HSE Specialist = Person who has the responsibility of evaluating, updating and improving the HS&E (Health, Safety and Environment) programmes and advising on the latest trends and requirements.
HSE Superintendent = Person who has overall responsibility for contributing to the development of the Health, Safety and Environment (HS&E) policies and practices, and ensure that HS&E excellence is maintained.
Hull Systems Engineer = Person who assesses the hull systems and equipment and applies strategies and routines for usage and maintenance.
HVAC Engineer - Offshore = Person responsible for the planning, development and execution of the Offshore HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning) systems and process.
HVAC Engineer = Person who has the responsibility of planning, developing and improving the HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) systems.
Hydraulics Engineer = Person who is responsible for providing technical lead and key input to the Engineers in the Hydraulics Components of particular applications; also, creates and maintains the hydraulic components and sub assemblies portfolio.
Hydrographic Surveyor = Person who specializes in studying and acquiring the necessary data pertaining to the seabed and it's construction, therefore locating offshore resources and providing necessary planning for possible extraction.
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