Dive supervisor

Job description

The Dive Supervisor leads the diving-team and provides in this supervisory level technical, operational and administrative tasks through all the phases of the project. The Dive Supervisor is part of the managerial structure of a project and responsible for his team and the safe and correct execution of the specific tasks assigned to him. 


Job Requirements

  • Relevant experience and extended knowledge with regards to diving and related tasks, safety requirements, best industry practices and relevant rules and regulations
  • Valid IMCA or DPL certificate or equivalent
  • Valid medical certificate fit for diving
  • Supervisory safety-VCA
  • BOSIET or equivalent
  • Diving certificates such as HSE part I, Dutch or International equivalent
  • Strong self-Initiative on personal and project related matters 
  • Strong leadership
  • Proficient in Dutch and English language
  • Extended knowledge of Microsoft Office such as Word, Excel
  • Additional preference: Qualified Bell or Air Dive Supervisor competence’s certificate.



  • Instructs and directs divers in the execution of their tasks. Set priorities with regard to their tasks and operational requirements
  • Reports accidents/incidents/near misses and occurrences to the relevant authority as specified in company and project specific response charts
  • Ensures that the diving team members are qualified to do the work 
  • Obtains the work permission
  • Conducts actively risk assessments, toolbox talks and LMRA
  • Checks and approves utilization of equipment and commencement of the work
  • Ensures that work done and tests carried out are accurately reported and recorded
  • Maintain tidiness of workplace and surroundings
  • Day to day running of the workplace and surrounding areas
  • Proactive liaises with various departments ensuring project goals are achieved
  • Part of  vessel operations team
  • Transmission of Daily Progress Reports (DPR) to those on the list of approved recipients
  • Ensures personnel evaluations are regularly completed and forwarded to Onshore Management.


Interested and available shortly?

Please send your resume and short motivation to Ms. Marjolein Ravesloot – human-resources@disa-international.com.

Acquisition related to this vacancy will not be appreciated.