Australia

Getting to know | Daniel Johnson

February 25, 2020 - atatarova

I am currently working on the Transocean Dhirubhai Deepwater KG2 drillship as a Marine Engineer. Read More
PIR Certification for Indigenous Trainee Shannon

September 25, 2019 - gburghouwt

Through its office in Perth, Atlas Professionals hosts Indigenous Traineeship Programs. One of the trainees attending the program set in collaboration with Kotug is Broome-based Shannon Sibosado. Having now progressed to be a Provisional Integrated Rating (PIR), Atlas catches up with him to talk about his traineeship experience so far. Read More
Studying hard to achieve his ambition of becoming a First Engineer

August 28, 2019 - gburghouwt

Currently splitting his time between working on a drillship in China and intensively studying to become a First Engineer, Daniel Johnson has already crammed a lot into his career. Read More
Never a boring moment in 33 years at sea!

July 8, 2019 - rkind

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
Integrated Rating Kirby Lovering: “I feel privileged to do this work”

July 8, 2019 - rkind

Kirby Lovering – one of very few female Integrated Ratings in the industry - is never happier than when she is working in an engine room offshore. Australian-born Kirby has worked for Atlas and its predecessors since 2009, and during those 10 years, there has never been a dull moment, she laughs. After finishing school Kirby initially went into ‘regular’ retail and customer service jobs, but quickly discovered this wasn’t the career for her. Kirby looked to her father for advice, who is a Master Mariner and asked him if she was suited for a career at sea. Her father warned her it would take grit and determination and hard work but he was sure she had what it takes. Read More
Atlas setting benchmark for Indigenous engagement

June 6, 2019 - gburghouwt

Indigenous trainees are being set on long and rewarding career path as a specialist recruitment provider carves a niche in the offshore sector. Read More
Never a boring moment in 33 years at sea!

May 29, 2019 - gburghouwt

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
Siem Thiima | Broome Indigenous Trainee & Cadet Partnership Program

November 26, 2018 - atatarova

Joshua and Shannon have completed the first of three phases of the Shell funded Indigenous Trainee and Cadet Partnership Program. Read More
Gaining Deck Watchkeeper Experience | Broome Indigenous Trainee & Cadet Partnership Program

October 11, 2018 - gburghouwt

Advanced Standing Deck Cadet David Oxenham is currently on board the 750 PoB semi-submersible accommodation vessel ‘POSH Arcadia’, which provides vital accommodation for Shell’s Prelude FLNG facility. The Posh Arcadia is currently located 475km north-north east of Broome, Western Australia. Read More
Tour de Pushup 2018 to support mental health onboard the POSH Arcadia

July 13, 2018 - gburghouwt

The Tour de France just started a couple of days ago but this is not the only tour de force happening at the moment. Another great challenge has also started offshore in Australia: a team of 51 professionals are supporting mental health by participating in the Tour de Pushup 2018. Read More

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