CV Experienced medic onboard the Arctic 2 Abermed/Reel Offshore Medic, Cmar/Caldive in Adriatic Sea
Experienced medic onboard the Arctic 2 Abermed/Reel Offshore Medic, Cmar/Caldive in Adriatic Sea
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Location (Residence): aberdeen, United Kingdom Citizenship:United Kingdom
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Vocational in Nebosh general certificate in safety Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: European Union, UK (in particular) Present Location: united kingdom, aberdeen Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
Experienced medic looking to move forward
I'm an experienced medic looking to move forward in the industry using the experience I have gained while working offshore and abroad to gain employment in an HSE safety role
I have been working as an offshore medic (with HSE duties) since leaving the army in 2008 where I worked in a number of challenging environments, prior to this I had a background as a Joiner/wood machinist and also worked in offshore pipefitting,
I am equally at home working as part of a team as I am working individually, as the references I have gained from past employers show I am motivated, proactive and proficient in the tasks given to me, I have worked in a number of different environments and cultures and am equally comfortable working abroad as I am at home
I have recently worked on jack up barges, offshore platforms and diving support vessels and hold survival certificates both for the offshore and maritime environments as well as holding the Nebosh general certificate and Offshore medic qualification
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
Abermed/Reel Offshore Medic Medic Feb – March 2010
Onboard the Arctic 2 I was responsible for providing emergency medical cover primarily to the rope access team who were conducting surveys while working at height and in enclosed spaces, I also provided primary health care to the onboard crew, I was also responsible for providing familiarization tours to new personnel
Cmar/Caldive - Offshore Medic/Admin officer (with HSE duties) Sep 2009 – Feb 2010
Onboard the ‘Texas’ Dive support vessel in the Adriatic Sea I was responsible for providing 24 hour emergency medical cover/primary care to the ships crew and to the saturation/air divers onboard and the upkeep of the hospital emergency kit and medical supplies, I was also tasked with the daily administration duties preparing the daily progress reports/timesheets/crew rotas and to assist in arranging travel for personnel as well as providing medical training to the vessels crew, I was also involved in assisting the HSE dept with the safety induction tours of the vessel for newcomers and regular department inspections.
Abermed/RBG - Offshore Medic/Admin officer (with HSE duties) August 2009
Onboard the ‘REM Poseidon’ Dive support vessel based in UK waters I was responsible for providing 24hour emergency medical cover/primary care to the ships crew and to the air divers onboard, I was also involved in the daily administration tasks sending in the daily reports, minutes from meetings and monthly timesheets, here I also had an HSE role collecting the daily HSE STOP cards and liaising with various departments to resolve the issues raised.
Interservices- Offshore Medic July 2009
On the Helder platform in Dutch waters I was responsible for providing 24hour emergency medical cover/primary medical cover to the platforms personnel; I was also responsible for a full stock check/reorder of the medical kit/equipment onboard.
Interservices/Workfox -Offshore Medic/Heli-admin’ (with HSE duties) June 2008 – July 2009
Onboard the Seafox 7 Jack up barge working in Dutch/UK waters I was responsible for providing 24hour emergency medical cover/primary medical cover to the platforms personnel along with the upkeep of the hospital supplies and emergency medical equipment, I also provided medical training of the onboard crew, I was involved in the daily Heli’ admin’ duties and was responsible for the safety inductions of new personnel to the installation, I was also tasked with regular inspections of the fire fighting and escape equipment onboard.
British Army- Combat Medical Technician - Class1 April 2007- Feb 2008
While serving at Brunei Garrison I was one of a small team of medics responsible for the health and wellbeing of army personnel and their families as well as providing emergency medical cover to large amounts of troops on exercise in the jungle, my duties ranged from general medical centre duties and providing medical training to working in the jungle for long periods providing emergency medical treatment/evacuation both on the ground and evacuating casualties by helicopter for further care.
British Army- Combat Medical Technician - Class1 Sep 2003- April 2007
While serving as a Lance corporal at 16 Close Support Medical Regiment (23 Air Assault Medical Squadron) I volunteered to go to a number of operational attachments (listed below) where I worked in some very challenging environments both as part of a medical team and as the primary medic to infantry sections providing both emergency treatment and evacuation of casualties for further care as well as providing primary care, I also had an environmental health role within the squadron as required.
April - Oct 2006 AFGHANISTAN Combat out station medic/patrol medic
April - Nov 2005 IRAQ Patrol medic/medical centre duties
March 2004 KOSOVO Medical centre duties
British Army – Basic and trade training Oct 2002 – Sep 2003
Awarded best at physical training
Ferguson seacabs – Joiner/Architectural fitter Aug 2001- Oct 2002
Working fitting out offshore accommodation modules
Balmoral group/Interservices – General Operative & Offshore pipefitting April 2000 – June 2001
Primarily working in the quality control dept for offshore pipe casing I was also involved in pipefitting offshore
Landscape gardener/Maintenance/Yard hand April 1999 – April 2000
On a year out in Australia I worked mainly as a landscape gardener and yard hand with landscaping companies and at a cattle ranch doing everything from property maintenance to installing automatic watering systems
Stewart Milne homes – Joinery apprenticeship Aug 1994 – April 1999
Here I served a four year apprenticeship as a Joiner/wood machinist in the workshop and onsite with block release to Aberdeen College and after completion I continued on as a time served joiner/wood machinist
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
I attended secondary school and while serving my apprenticeship as a joiner/wood machinist I attended the local technical college,
I completed my medical military training and after gaining some hands on experience abroad with the army I completed my Offshore medic qualification and after gaining employment in this role as I had HSE responsibilities I completed my Nebosh general certificate to allow me to move forward in my career
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
In my time offshore I regularly use computers Microsoft word, Excel and Outlook whilst I don't have any computer based qualifications I am very comfortable in the use of computers and had general administration duties in my past jobs
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
In my past employee evaluations I have been told Im easily approachable by the crews I have worked with and get on well with people of all cultures/backgrounds
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
At present I am available immediately and at short notice if required I am looking to work onboard a vessel although any position and location will be considered