Meet Heather Enness

In episode 103 of the Women Offshore Podcast, Heather Enness joins Ally to wrap up our Pregnant Offshore series. Heather is a member of the maritime community, an experienced seafarer, and a mom of 3. Heather graduated from the University of Plymouth with a Bachelor of Science in Marine Studies and she has worked on all kinds of vessels.

For 12 years, Heather has thrived as a Deck Officer and holds an Unlimited Dynamic Positioning ticket. She recently qualified as a Master Mariners Unlimited and brings years of experience within the Oil and Gas sector and, more recently, in the Ferry sector. When she’s not working offshore, Heather frequently gets asked to be an associate lecturer for the University of Plymouth, advocates for careers at sea, and can often be found at careers fairs promoting the industry in her spare time.

Listen to this episode and be inspired by Heather as she shares her journey into motherhood and balancing pregnancy with an offshore career. Specifically, be encouraged by Heather’s unique perspective on what it takes to transition back into the workforce after pregnancy.

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This episode is sponsored by TechnipFMC  — a leading technology provider to the traditional and new energies industry; delivering fully integrated projects, products, and services.

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