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Summary of Employer Profiles

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Profile - Stolt Offshore

Established in 1973, Stolt Offshore is a full-service subsea contractor, providing a range of deep water services in both harsh and conventional marine environments. It provides its customers with expertise in offshore engineering, procurement, installation, construction, and maintenance.

Profile - Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)

SAIC, a Fortune 500 company, is the largest employee-owned research and engineering company in the nation. The company provides information technology services to clients around the globe.

Profile - Monterey Bay Aquarium

Not famous at all, yet essential to the survival of every living creature at the aquarium, are the technicians who work in the facilities systems department. These behind-the-scenes heroes keep a 24-hour watch on the support systems that keep the aquarium functioning.

Profile - U.S. Coast Guard

The smallest of the nation’s seven uniformed armed services, the United States Coast Guard is dedicated to safety and security at sea and in port.

Profile - Nauticos

Nauticos is in the business of leading ocean exploration initiatives. The clients and assignments of those initiatives may vary widely, but the overall skills and expertise Nauticos brings to each project are similar.

Profile - Schilling Robotics

Formed in 1985, Schilling is headquartered in Davis, California, and has satellite project and customer support offices in Houston, Texas and Aberdeen, Scotland.

Profile - Northrop Grumman’s Oceanic and Naval Systems

Engineers are both our life-line and our future. In a business that relies on state-of-the-art technology, engineers provide the technical leadership that drives our business and contributes to our existence and overall success.

Profile - Employer Profile: Oceaneering International

Oceaneering International provides engineered services and hardware to customers who operate in marine, space, and other harsh environments. Customers come from the oil and gas, telecommunications, aerospace, and marine engineering and construction industries as well as government agencies.

Profile - Sonsub International, Inc.

Sonsub employs just over 500 people worldwide, of which about 300 are marine technicians. These offshore positions include, for both ROVs and riser operations: mechanical technician/pilot, electronics technician/pilot, supervisor, and superintendent.

Profile - Ocean and Coastal Consultants, Inc.

Ocean and waterfront structures are often more difficult to build and maintain than similar inland structures because of the challenges brought by harsh coastal conditions. That’s why coastal property owners turn to experts in engineering coastal structures when they need construction or repairs.

Profile - C&C Technologies

C&C Technologies, Inc. is a Louisiana-based company that specializes in surveying and mapping. Targeting marine construction, oil and gas, government, and telecommunications industries, it works on land and offshore, both domestically and internationally.

Profile - Cyanotech Corporation

Cyanotech develops and commercializes natural products from microalgae at its facilities on the Kona Coast of Hawaii.

Profile - Sabine Transportation Company

Sabine Transportation Company, located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is a shipping company that operates around the globe. Founded in the early 1900s, the company was bought in 1998 by Stickle Enterprises but still operates under the Sabine name.

Profile - Triton Elics International

Triton Elics International (TEI) is a global leader in the architecture of large data acquisition systems and complex systems integrations for seafloor imaging. From offices in Watsonville, California and Paris, France, TEI offers integrated solutions for data acquisition and image processing of side scan sonar, multibeam, sub-bottom profiler, laser line scan, and ancillary systems.

Profile - NOAA Fisheries Office of Law Enforcement

Lovers of marine wildlife will find many kindred spirits at the NOAA Fisheries Service, Office of Law Enforcement (OLE), the government agency dedicated to enforcing laws to protect and regulate marine resources and their natural habitats. OLE agents and officers enforce numerous statutes and treaties that help conserve and protect marine resources, such as the Marine Mammal Protection Act, the Endangered Species Act, the Lacey Act, the Marine Protection, Research and Sanctuaries Act and the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act.

Profile - Deep Ocean Engineering

Located in San Leandro, California, DOE designs and manufactures underwater equipment including remotely-operated vehicles (ROVs), manned submersibles, and a wide variety of instruments and accessories.

Profile - Monterey Abalone Company

Profile - Geomatrix Consultants

Geomatrix Consultants is an environmental engineering and engineering geology firm headquartered in Oakland, California. A mid-sized, employee-owned firm, it delivers consulting services in the fields of engineering, applied environmental and earth sciences, air quality and toxicology, and decision analysis and risk assessment.

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