DeepOcean UK welcome seven new graduates at Darlington office

Subsea specialists DeepOcean UK have welcomed seven new graduates and three new engineers to its offices in Darlington for the 2013 intake of two programmes

A DeepOcean UK submersible at work
A DeepOcean UK submersible at work

Subsea specialists DeepOcean UK have welcomed seven new graduates and three new engineers to its offices in Darlington for the 2013 intake of two programmes.

The firm, a subsidiary of DeepOcean Group Holding BV, have taken on the recruits to their graduate training programme and its new conversion engineering Programme.

The graduate intake is the largest in the DeepOcean’s history, having picked the candidates from more than 300 applications, and follows the successful implementation of this programme in recent years.

Conrad Guyatt, DeepOcean UK engineering manager said “The calibre of candidates applying this year was excellent and we are pleased to have secured so many talented young engineers through our graduate programme.”

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