Stork Technical Services Subsea said it has won contracts worth more than £10 million in recent months to deliver services including inspection, repair and maintenance work and light construction on offshore installations for a number of major operators.
The company wants to recruit diving staff, project managers and engineers for Aberdeen-based positions to manage the increase in its activity around the world.
It also intends to acquire two "dive intervention" craft equipped with facilities such as diver recovery and dive management systems to service the workload. It has five vessels currently.
Roddy James, director of Stork Technical Services Subsea, said: "The craft allow us to provide a safe, field-proven alternative to using [bigger] dive support vessels to deliver inspection, repair and maintenance in areas that may be hard to reach."
The company is a division of the Netherlands-based group created after Stork Technical Services bought RBG for around £250m last May.