Global Diving & Salvage Appoints New Ops Manager

(Press Release)
Monday, May 14, 2012

On  May 11th 2012, Global Diving & Salvage, Inc. announced the promotion of Ben Daily to Dive Operations Manager - Alaska Region.

Mr. Daily, with more than 10 years in the commercial diving industry, has been with Global since 2004. During his tenure, he has been involved in all facets of the commercial diving industry in Alaska, spending the majority of his time working in the Cook Inlet as well as throughout the state.  Mr. Daily’s emphasis over the past few years has increasingly been in project management and supervision. In this new role, Mr. Daily will be tasked with responsibilities including: the scheduling of all day to day diving projects; working with customers to identify their needs and ensure their expectations are being met / exceeded; work with the divers and dive supervisors to assist and enhance training; assist management with proposals and estimating; and research and develop new technology as appropriate.  Alaska Regional Manager, Deirdre Daily states, “Ben takes ownership of all projects he is involved with, his passion for the diving industry is seen directly in the quality of his work. We look forward to watching Ben’s career at Global grow.” 

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