Inco AS focuses on the provision of health care and health care personnel to operators and contractors in the oil industry both here in Norway and also internationally. We can offer everything from occupational health service, to the provision of nursing staff on short term contracts. We do also provide dive companies with emergency arrangements for dive operations internationally.
Inco is looking for nurses who have the necessary training and certificates for working both offshore and on board ship. That is to say that the candidates should hold currently valid security and medical certificates for service on ocean going vessels.
The company was founded in 1994 and focuses on the provision of health care and health care personnel to operators and contractors in the oil industry both here in Norway and also internationally. We can offer everything from occupational health service, to the provision of nursing staff on short term contract.
We do also provide dive companies with emergency arrangements for dive operations internationally. Inco personnel have participated in operations in the Baltic Sea, Gulf of Mexico, the Mediterranean and the Arabian Gulf. Inco has subsidiaries in Norway, Sweden and Spain and the company is constantly growing.
Stein I Modahl, has worked in the oil industry since 1982 and has particular expertise in the provision of medical services to the diving industry.
Offshore Medical Coordinator
Dag Magne Jacobsen, has been a health professional since 1997, working offshore since 2005, two years after he started as Hyperbar nurse. Dag has been our medical coordinator since 2008. He has also undertaken assignments on construction vessels carrying out health and hygiene audit.
The Discovery Channel filmed a documentary on the Skandi Arctic, a vessel to which we have often provided personnel. The film shows the tasks our health service personnel can provide.
JOB AT INCO
We are looking for offshore nurses.
Inco Offshore a.s. is a Norwegian medical manning company serving the offshore oil and diving industry. It is wholly owned by health professionals, and woks only with clients fully compliant with applicable regulations and industry standards.
We are presently looking for registered nurses to work on Diving Support Vessels primarily in the North Sea, but in principle worldwide. Normal rotation is four weeks on and four weeks off, but stand alone assignments occur frequently.
In order to be qualified for the Norwegian sector, candidates must have Norwegian Authorisation as a nurse. EU citizens will automatically get this when they apply.
Basic qualifications will be:
Good knowledge in English written and spoken
Must be physically fit to work under increased pressure, and pass an examination for offshore health certificate and seamen’s medical certificate.
Have documented training in emergency medicine as a minimum comply with the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation guidelines given in “ Section 4 Adult advanced life support” of the European Resuscitation Council guidelines for resuscitation.
Minimum 2 years experience in handling medical emergencies in Emergency Rooms, Intensive Care Units or similar.
Experience from hyperbaric medicine or diving medicine is valuable, but not a requirement, and candidates must be willing to undergo training in diving medicine.