Working at EIVA


Does your career wish list include the opportunity to work with highly-skilled colleagues delivering advanced offshore survey solutions all over the world to an industry going full speed ahead? Do you dream of making your mark throughout the project at hand and as part of a team with a ‘Klondike-can-do’ attitude? Then EIVA is the right place for you!
 

Vacant positions

 

 

Keeping the customers’ businesses above water

 

EIVA is an internationally-focused, medium-sized company, where your skills and efforts will make a difference – you will not just be yet another employee in a large organisation.

We develop some of the best software in the subsea survey industry. We design and manufacture high-quality survey equipment. We resell and service advanced underwater equipment. In the center of all our activities are customers that operate very expensive assets such as exploration vessels, marine science measurements, oil rigs and offshore wind farms. Our solutions are business-critical to our customers, and the tasks they solve are making a difference – from the positioning of offshore constructions such as pipes, wind turbines and bridges, through to seafloor mapping.
 

Ready to dive in?


We are always looking for great talent and are happy to receive unsolicited applications. If you believe we have missed an opportunity, send your resume explaining why you should be our new crew member to eiva@eiva.com.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us on +45 8628 2011 or via email eiva@eiva.com.

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