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12th March 2019

Are you looking for a career that delivers adventure and valuable trade skills? Is travelling the world, meeting new people and experiencing different cultures a must-have for you? Grab your passport and join Lucion Marine as a Hazardous Materials Technician.

Lucion Marine is currently looking for entry level candidates to join the Hazardous Materials Team as an On-site Technician with ample opportunity to travel the world.

A career with Lucion means adventure, security and life-long prospects with the UK’s leading hazardous material experts.

No two days are the same. From surveying ships in Brazil to undertaking analytical works on oil rigs in the North Sea, with Lucion you go places.

What will I be doing?

We believe in creating strong foundations for our Team and ensure you have the skills to be set up with a job for life. We will provide the funding for your comprehensive training programme, giving you the tools to carry out all disciplines involved in Marine Hazmat surveying.

Upon completion of your training, you will work with our Team surveying ships, oil rigs and ship recycling yards nationally and internationally.

If you are looking to advance your career and want to be part of a company made up of supportive peers and ambitious thought leaders, then Lucion Marine could be the next step in your career!

MarineWhy Join Lucion?

We have 15 years experience servicing the international marine industry and providing hazardous material management, surveying, consultancy and testing both onshore and offshore. With offices throughout the World and internationally accredited laboratories, we pride ourselves on bringing a fresh, innovative and dynamic approach to our services.

We bring our clients the highest quality services and the latest technologies. When you come aboard with Lucion, you are part of a secure, growing organisation, providing job security and peace of mind.

What Benefits Will You Recieve?

As an integral part of the Lucion Marine team, you will receive with opportunities to grow and develop your career. We develop our Team and we want you to feel valued. Joining Lucion opens up access to outstanding employee benefits, such as:

  • Competitive salary
  • Company matched pension scheme
  • Health cashback scheme
  • 25 days annual leave in addition to bank holidays (full-time entitlement)
  • Industry leading training opportunities, encouragement to learn on the job and gain further qualifications
  • Cashback and discounts on purchases and events, as well as a peer-to-peer recognition platform

For a full list of benefits you read the full job description here:

marineMost importantly, as the UK’s leading risk management company we can proudly say that we can offer you job security due to our continuous strive for sustainability and excellence.

What Will My Manager Be Like?

In your role as Marine HazMat Technician, you will report to the Marine Services Director, Kevan O’Neill.

Kevan has progressed through Lucion since 2012, and believes that developing and progressing his Team has been the key to Lucion Marine’s success as a business. With Lucion you will be given ample opportunity to train and earn the qualifications you desire throughout your career.

We don’t believe in a ‘one size fits all’ concept when it comes to your career. We want you to grow your own career and bring your unique qualities and skills to the Lucion Marine team.” – Kevan O’Neill.

Want to find out more about Kevan? Read our executive interview featuring Kevan O’Neill here:


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