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BW Offshore Current Recruitment in Nigeria

BW Offshore is a leading global provider of floating production services to the oil and gas industry. BW Offshore is the world’s second largest contractor with a fleet of 14 FPSOs and 1 FSO represented in all major oil regions world-wide. The company also operates additional 2 FPSOs.

BW Offshore has a long track record on project execution and operations, as well as a robust balance sheet and strong financial capabilities. In more than 30 years of production, BW Offshore has executed 38 FPSO and FSO projects. The company is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange.

BW Offshore is represented in the major oil regions world-wide, with presence accross Europe, Asia Pacific, West Africa and the Americas (US and Brazil).

Job Title: Safety Officer

Key tasks and Responsibilities

Responsible for all HSE related activities and assist in HSE related matters in the day to day operation
Actively follow up the work performed on the Unit, correct unsafe conditions and promote safe behavior
Responsible for monitoring of new HSE regulations and procedures coming into force. Inform all parties concerned
Responsible for Safety familiarization and Permit To Work system training of all personnel joining the Unit
Plan, organize and follow up safety drills and training. Keep records
Administrate and control E-Learning and CBT Training
Organize and participate in HSE meetings. Implement and promote an efficient Safety Delegate system onboard
Responsible for administration of the Company reporting system
Perform the investigation of accidents, incidents, near miss reports and monitoring of these reports
Responsible for administration and update of safety notices and safety boards
Responsible for administration and follow up of Safety Observation Card program on board
Plan and carry out first line and preventive maintenance of Safety, Lifesaving and Firefighting equipment as per Computerised Maintenance Management System;
Ensure sufficient stock of relevant spare parts and consumables
Ensure safety, Life Saving Appliances and Fire Fighting Equipment equipment is timely serviced by authorized authorities and properly certified
Control use of health hazardous substances and monitor MSDS database
Liaise with shore based service provider for administration of MSDS database
Perform periodic inspections of scaffoldings and update scafftags
Liaise with OIM and other departments on HSE related issues
Ensure that Permit to Work system is controlled and adhered to as per requirements of the system
Use the Computerized Maintenance Management System by selecting and producing reports, updating records and generate work orders
Prepare required reports and maintain appropriate documentation
Ensure that vendors and contractors are managed safely and effectively
Undertake training relevant to the position requirements
Assist in competency assessment and performance evaluation of personnel
Verify and review the Company’s Policies and procedures through the Offshore Management Review
Member of the Emergency Response Team
Experience

Employer requires 5 years experience as a Safety officer on offshore facilities or marine vessels; NEBOSH IGC or ITC an advantage
Skills

Good inter-personal and communications skills
Good computer skills and knowledge of Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)

Job Title: GP Marine

Key tasks and Responsibilities

Assist in marine operations i.e. mooring/ unmooring, hose and hawser operations etc.
Assist in cargo operations i.e. loading / discharging of crude, Crude Oil Washing, slop and ballast water transfer, sampling etc.
Assist in lifting operations and personnel transfer. Act as a slinger / signaler
Assist in supply vessel operations. Undertake receiving and handling of stores and supplies
Assist in inspections, first line and preventive maintenance of Life Saving Appliances and Fire Fighting Equipment
Assist in inspections of lifting appliances (slings, shackles, running gear etc.)
Perform deck watch keeper duties. Carry out routine rounds, take and report readings. Monitor export tanker position
Assist in condition monitoring of cargo and marine equipment on deck and in the pump room. Report abnormalities
Perform housekeeping of deck areas, accommodation, enclosed and machinery spaces; Ensure cleanliness is maintained
Assist in tank entry safety arrangements and equipment preparation
Perform tank works (cleaning, scale removal and maintenance assistance)
Erect and dismantle scaffolding
Assist in helicopter operations
Perform waste collection, segregation and processing
Assist in corrective maintenance activities on process, utility and marine equipment
Perform in cargo hose and mooring hawser maintenance including maintenance performed from the work boat
Use and maintain hand tools and instruments
Use the Permit to Work system. Follow the Permit to Work procedures. Complete the required checklists. Prepare the worksite. Ensure safe conditions are maintained. Close the Permit
Undertake training relevant to the position requirements
Perform other work as specified by Head of Department
Qualification requirements

Education

Minimum of WASC, SSCE certificate or GCE ‘O’ Levels; Navigation watch (II/4) CoC required
Experience

Employer requires 5 years experience as a GP Marine, Roustabout or Able Seaman on offshore facilities or marine vessels
Skills

Good inter-personal and communications skills

Job Title: Maintenance Engineer

Key tasks and Responsibilities

Maintain machinery space watch. Operate and monitor utility systems and Control Room
Perform condition monitoring and troubleshooting of mechanical equipment and utility systems
Perform preventive/corrective maintenance and troubleshooting on mechanical equipment and utility systems as per Computerised Maintenance Management System
Perform bunkering operations
Ensure Control Room is kept tidy and in good order
Identify and report utility systems maintenance requirements
Perform sampling and analysis on utility systems in accordance with requirements
Use and maintain workshop and welding/cutting equipment, including tools and instruments
Assist in pre-commissioning and commissioning
Assist in mechanical spare parts and consumables stock control
Use the Permit to Work system. Prepare Permits. Follow the Permit to Work procedures
Use the Computerized Maintenance Management System. Produce reports, update records, generate work orders
Prepare required reports, keep logs and maintain appropriate documentation
Ensure that vendors and contractors are managed safely and effectively
Undertake training relevant to the position requirements
On-the-job-training of subordinates and trainees
Member of Emergency Response Team
Qualification requirements

Education

Higher diploma / Degree in relevant Engineering discipline; UK or South African OOW (III/1) CoC required
Experience

Employer requires 5 years experience in maintenance of process, marine and utility equipment in process plant, power plant, offshore facilities or marine vessels
Skills

Good inter-personal and communications skills
Good computer skills and knowledge of Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS)

Job Title: Production Superintendent

Key tasks and Responsibilities

Manage and control the Production Department to ensure safe and efficient functioning of all process facilities and operations
Responsible for operation, condition monitoring and troubleshooting of process plant, Central Control Room, relevant utility systems and equipment
Responsible for operation of safety control systems
Responsible for operation, monitoring and troubleshooting of subsea well control systems
Responsible for monitoring and troubleshooting of turret/ swivel equipment
Responsible for process plant, Central Control Room and subsea systems start up and shut down operations
Responsible for meeting of production objectives
Responsible for optimization of chemicals consumption
Responsible for Laboratory operation and equipment
Responsible for planning of Production Department maintenance activities
Responsible for first line and preventive maintenance of process and relevant utility systems as per Computerised Maintenance Management System
Administer process plant and relevant utility systems modifications requests under management of change procedure
Responsible for maintaining process plant discharges and emissions within the limits
Develop and revise procedures and standing instructions for the Production Department
Ensure regulatory and class requirements are adhered to
Participate in pre-commissioning and commissioning
Prepare budget and control expenditure
Responsible for sufficient stock of relevant consumables
Responsible for control of hazardous substances that are used/ stored within Production department
Liaise with OIM and other Department Heads for planning of maintenance and operation activities
Liaise with Client for production planning
Participate in the investigation of accidents and incidents. Administrate Company reporting system report
Ensure the Permit To Work system is controlled and adhered to as per requirements of the system
Responsible for the relevant Risk Assessments
Use the Computerized Maintenance Management System. Review information in database to ensure it is technically valid, accurate and up to date
Prepare and administer required reports. Maintain appropriate documentation
Responsible that vendors and contractors are managed safely and effectively
Undertake training relevant to the position requirements
Responsible for the training of subordinates and trainees
Responsible for competency assessment and performance evaluation of subordinates
Verify and review the Company’s Policies and procedures through the Offshore Management Review
Member of Emergency Response Team
Qualification requirements

Education

Higher diploma / Degree in relevant Engineering discipline
Experience

Employer requires 10 years process plant experience in offshore facilities or marine vessels. Relevant experience in other environment will be considered
Skills

Good inter-personal and communications skills
Good management and supervisory skills
Good leadership skills
Good computer skills and knowledge of Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)

Job Title: Production Supervisor

Key tasks and Responsibilities

Assist to manage and control the Production Department to ensure safe and efficient functioning of all production facilities and operations
Supervise operation, condition monitoring and troubleshooting of process plant, Central Control Room, relevant utility systems and equipment
Supervise operation of safety control systems
Supervise operation, monitoring and troubleshooting of subsea well control systems
Supervise monitoring and troubleshooting of turret/ swivel equipment
Supervise process plant, CCR and subsea systems start up and shut down operations
Assist in meeting of Production Objectives
Optimize use of chemicals
Supervise Laboratory operation and equipment
Control process plant discharges and emissions. Ensure discharges and emissions register is up to date
Perform planning of Production Department maintenance activities
Organize, control and perform process plant first line and preventive maintenance activities as per Computerised Maintenance Management System
Liaise with other departments for coordination of maintenance and operation activities
Assist in pre-commissioning and commissioning
Assist in preparation of budget and control expenditure
Ensure sufficient stock of relevant consumables
Ensure the Permit to Work system is controlled and adhered to as per requirements of the system
Use the Computerised Maintenance Management System. Review information in database to ensure it is technically valid, accurate and up to date
Prepare and administer required reports. Maintain appropriate documentation
Ensure that vendors and contractors are managed safely and effectively
Undertake training relevant to the position requirements
On-the-job-training of subordinates and trainees
Assist in competency assessment and performance evaluation of subordinates
Member of Emergency Response Team
Qualification requirements

Education

Higher diploma / Degree in relevant Engineering discipline
Experience

Employer requires 7 years of process plant experience in offshore facilities or marine vessels. Relevant experience in other environment will be considered
Skills

Good inter-personal and communications skills
Good management and supervisory skills
Good computer skills and knowledge of Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)

Job Title: Production Operator

Key tasks and Responsibilities

Operate and monitor process plant and relevant utility systems in close cooperation with Control Room Operator. Take and report field readings
Perform condition monitoring and troubleshooting of process plant and relevant utility systems. Report abnormalities
Monitor turret/ swivel equipment
Line up well streams and adjust choke
Perform pigging operations
Operate and monitor chemical dosage rates and equipment
Perform process plant and subsea systems start up and shut down operations
Identify and report deviations from standard operating conditions
Identify and report process plant and relevant utility systems maintenance requirements
Assist in meeting of Production Objectives
Perform housekeeping and waste collection and processing for process plant. Ensure cleanliness is maintained
Liaise with other departments for coordination of operation activities
Perform process plant first line and preventive maintenance activities as per Computerised Maintenance Management System
Perform production consumables stock control
Use the Permit to Work system. Prepare Permits. Follow the Permit to Work procedures
Use the Computerised Maintenance Management System. Select and produce reports, update records, generate work orders
Ensure that vendors and contractors are managed safely and effectively
Undertake training relevant to the position requirements
On-the-job-training of colleagues and trainees
Assist in any other work specified by Head of Department
Member of Emergency Response Team
Qualification requirements

Education

Higher diploma / Degree in relevant Engineering discipline
Experience

Employer requires 5 years of process plant experience in offshore facilities or marine vessels. Relevant experience in other environment will be considered
Skills

Good inter-personal and communications skills
Good computer skills and knowledge of Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)

Job Title: Maintenance Superintendent

Key tasks and Responsibilities

Manage and control the Marine Department to ensure safe and efficient functioning of all marine, cargo facilities and operations
Ensure regulatory and class requirements are adhered to
Verify and review the Company’s Policies and procedures through the Offshore Management Review; Develop and revise procedures and standing instructions for the Marine Department; Ensure that the Permit to Work system is controlled and adhered to as per requirements of the system
Prepare budget and control expenditure; Prepare and administer required reports. Maintain appropriate documentation
Responsible for sufficient stock of relevant spare parts and consumables
Responsible for operation, condition monitoring and troubleshooting of marine, cargo and relevant utility systems
Responsible for Safety Zone monitoring and traffic control
Responsible for export tankers mooring and unmooring operations
Responsible for cargo operations and cargo plan; cargo calculations; cargo/ slop/ ballast tanks entry; cargo/ slop/ ballast tanks condition monitoring; Crude Oil Washing operations; slop water discharge and Oil Record Book entries
Responsible for unit stability and hull stresses; Loading/ Stability software and software integrity
Responsible for planning of Marine Department maintenance activities in cooperation with OIM and other department leads; Use the Computerised Maintenance Management System. Review information in database to ensure it is technically valid, accurate and up to date
Responsible for first line and preventive maintenance of marine, cargo and relevant utility systems as per Computerised Maintenance Management System
Administer marine and cargo systems modifications requests under management of change procedure
Responsible for structural maintenance of deck areas, process modules, accommodation, enclosed and machinery spaces
Responsible for housekeeping of deck areas, accommodation and pump room
Responsible for scaffolding erection and dismantling; Responsible for all Lifting and personnel transfer operations and Lifting Equipment. Ensure lifting equipment register is up to date
Responsible for Support Vessel Handling; Responsible for Helicopter Operations, Helideck and refueling equipment; Responsible for Waste Management and Garbage Record Book entries
Participate in pre-commissioning and commissioning
Responsible for control of hazardous substances that are used/ stored within Marine department
Responsible for the relevant Risk Assessments; Participate in the investigation of accidents and incidents. Administrate Company reporting system report
Ensure that vendors and contractors are managed safely and effectively
Undertake training relevant to the position requirements
Responsible for the training of subordinates and trainees; Perform competency assessment and performance evaluation of subordinates
Member of Emergency Response Team
Qualification requirements

Education

Higher diploma / Degree in relevant Engineering discipline; UK or South African Chief Engineer (III/2) CoC required
Experience

Employer requires 10 years experience in maintenance of process, marine and utility equipment in process plant, power plant, offshore facilities or marine vessels
Skills

Good inter-personal and communications skills
Good management and supervisory skills
Good leadership skills
Good computer skills and knowledge of Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)

Job Title: Maintenance Supervisor

Key tasks and Responsibilities

Assists to manage and control the Maintenance Department
Organize, control and perform mechanical maintenance activities
Supervise operation of relevant utility systems
Organize, control and perform condition monitoring and troubleshooting of mechanical equipment for process, marine and utility systems
Organize, control and perform Engine Room Watch keeping duties
Perform planning and control accomplishment of mechanical maintenance activities as per Computerised Maintenance Management System
Liaise with other departments for coordination of maintenance activities
Administer mechanical modifications requests under management of change procedure
In charge of collecting, storing and disposing of operational waste for the maintenance department
Supervise housekeeping of machinery spaces. Ensure cleanliness is maintained
Supervise use and maintenance of workshop equipment, including tools and instruments
Supervise bunkering operations
Participate in pre-commissioning and commissioning
Assist in preparation of budget and control expenditure
Ensure sufficient stock of mechanical spare parts and consumables. Assists in spare parts/ consumables stock review
Ensure the Permit to Work system is controlled and adhered to as per requirements of the system
Use the Computerized Maintenance Management System. Review information in database to ensure it is technically valid, accurate and up to date
Prepare and administer required reports. Maintain appropriate documentation
Ensure that vendors and contractors are managed safely and effectively
Ensure that vendors and contractors mechanical equipment is fit for purpose and have valid certificates
Undertake training relevant to the position requirements
On-the-job-training of subordinates and trainees
Assist in competency assessment and performance evaluation of subordinates
Member of Emergency Response Team
Qualification requirements

Education

Higher diploma / Degree in relevant Engineering discipline; UK or South African 2nd Engineer (III/2) CoC required
Experience

Employer requires 7 years experience in maintenance of process, marine and utility equipment in process plant, power plant, offshore facilities or marine vessels
Skills

Good inter-personal and communications skills
Good management and supervisory skills
Good computer skills and knowledge of Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)

Job Title: Medic

Key tasks and Responsibilities

Operate and maintain the Unit’s Hospital, Medical and First Aid facilities
Examine injured/ sick personnel, provide first aid and basic medical care
Communicate with the shore based medical facilities to obtain medical assistance or advice
Assist to arrange evacuation of sick/ injured person (Medevac)
Maintain records of injuries and diseases. Maintain drug issue records
Ensure sufficient stock of medicine, control expiry dates of medicines and order replenishment as necessary
Ensure controlled drugs are stored in accordance with the procedure
Ensure correct disposal of out of date drugs
Check that all core crew members arriving onboard have a valid medical certificates
Perform periodic audits of provision, potable water, galley and accommodation hygiene and housekeeping
Perform provision inspection upon receiving it from the shore
Liaise with OIM and Camp Boss to review food and nutrition quality, to ensure that healthy eating options are available
Monitor the Journal for Health Hazard Substances
Promote healthy lifestyle. Develop exercise programs and offer advice for onboard personnel
Ensure that fitness equipment is being maintained and replaced as required
Carry out relevant tests and inspection routines as per Computerised Maintenance Management System
Prepare and update Muster lists, T-Cards and Safety Cards on cabin doors
Perform offshore Helicopter administration, i.e. booking, passenger lists, manifests etc.
Perform cabin allocations
Maintain and update POB lists and transmit it to all parties concerned
Assist in administrative tasks and activities
Control medical waste collection, segregation and processing
Participate in the investigation of accidents and incidents. Prepare Company reporting system reports for injuries
Use the Permit to Work system. Follow the Permit to Work procedures
Use the Computerized Maintenance Management System. Produce reports, update records, generate work orders
Prepare required reports and maintain appropriate documentation
Undertake training relevant to the position requirements
Perform On-the-job training of first aid team. Organize first aid drills and hygiene training
Member of Emergency Response Team
Qualification requirements

Education

Degree in Medicine (MD / MBBS)
Experience

Employer requires 2 years experience as a Medic or General practitioner. Experience on offshore facilities or marine vessels an advantage
Skills

Good inter-personal and communications skills
Good computer skills
Job Title: Storekeeper

Key tasks and Responsibilities

Manage the ordering, receiving, preservation, stowage and issue of all spare parts and consumables
Perform inventory checks and maintain location records of spare parts and consumables
Maintain adequate stock of spare parts and consumables
Maintain Material Requisitions and Purchase Orders database. Inform all parties concerned on the status of Material Requisitions and Purchase Orders
Follow up on outstanding Material Requisitions and Purchase Orders
Ensure that used spare parts and consumables are withdrawn from the database
Administrate logistics. Prepare, transmit and follow up shipping manifests for helicopters and supply vessels
Ensure hazardous materials transportation and storage regulations and procedures are adhered to
Check that received items are in good condition and supported with proper documentation and certification
Assist to control issue and storage of health hazardous substances. Ensure MSDS and PPE are available in chemical storerooms
Liaise with shore based logistics departments for coordination of spare parts and consumables supply
Participate in preparation of spare parts lists for shutdown jobs. Arrange stowage of shutdown spare parts and consumables
Keep storerooms tidy and in good order
Use the Computerised Maintenance Management System
Use Permit to Work system. Follow Permit to Work procedures
Undertake training relevant to the position requirements
On-the-job-training of colleagues and trainees
Member of Emergency Response Team
Qualification requirements

Education

Higher diploma / Degree in relevant Engineering discipline
Experience

Employer requires 5 years experience as a Storekeeper in a structured environment
Skills

Good inter-personal and communications skills
Good computer skills and knowledge of Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)

Job Title: Fitter

Key tasks and Responsibilities

Assist in preventive and corrective maintenance on mechanical equipment for process, marine and utility systems
Use and maintain workshop equipment, including tools and instruments
Use and maintain welding/ cutting equipment
Keep tools and workshop(s) tidy and in good order
Use the Permit to Work system. Follow the Permit to Work procedures. Complete the required checklists. Prepare the worksite. Ensure safe conditions are maintained. Close the Permit
Undertake training relevant to the position requirements
Member of Emergency Response Team
Qualification requirements

Education

Minimum of WASC, SSCE certificate or GCE ‘O’ Levels; relevant Technical / Vocational certificate an advantage
Experience

Employer requires 5 years experience as a Fitter, Welder or Machinist with experience in maintenance of production, marine and utility equipment on offshore facilities or marine vessels. Relevant experience in other environment will be considered
Skills

Good inter-personal and communications skills

Job Title: Electrical and Instrument Supervisor

Key tasks and Responsibilities

Supervise power plant, electrical distribution system and Power Management System (Low and High Voltage)
Supervise instruments and Control systems
Organize, control and perform condition monitoring and troubleshooting of the power plant and electrical distribution system as per Computerised Maintenance Management System
Organize, control and perform condition monitoring and troubleshooting of the instruments and Control systems as per Computerised Maintenance Management System
Organize, control and perform maintenance of the power plant, electrical distribution system and electrical equipment
Organize, control and perform maintenance of instruments and Control systems
Organize, control and perform maintenance of Information Technology, communication and navigation systems
Organize, control and perform maintenance of metering systems
Organize, control and perform maintenance of emergency and backup power systems
Perform planning of electrical and instrument maintenance activities
Responsible for Password integrity of all Safety and Control systems. Assign system access levels
Administer electrical and instrument modifications requests under management of change procedure
Ensure that calibration appliances and test instruments are correctly used and maintained
Maintain Ex rating of electrical and instrument equipment as per design
Assist in pre-commissioning and commissioning
Assist in preparation of budget and control expenditure
Ensure sufficient stock of electrical and instrument spare parts and consumables
Liaise with other departments for coordination of maintenance activities
Liaise with Control Systems service provider and onshore Electrical & Instrument and Information Technology support
Ensure the Permit To Work system is controlled and adhered to as per requirements of the system
Use the Computerized Maintenance Management System. Review information in database to ensure it is technically valid, accurate and up to date
Prepare and administer required reports
Ensure that vendors and contractors are managed safely and effectively
Ensure that vendors and contractors electrical and instrument equipment is fit for purpose and have valid certificates
Undertake training relevant to the position requirements
On-the-job-training of subordinate and trainees
Assist in competency assessment and performance evaluation of subordinates
Member of Emergency Response Team
Qualification requirements

Education

Higher diploma / Degree in Electrical Engineering
Experience

Employer requires 7 years experience as an Electrician or Instrument Techncian, preferably on offshore facilities or marine vessels
Skills

Good inter-personal and communications skills
Good management and supervisory skills
Good computer skills and knowledge of Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS)

Job Title: Instrument Technician

Key tasks and Responsibilities

Perform condition monitoring and troubleshooting of instruments, Information Technology, communication and Control systems as per Computerised Maintenance Management System
Perform instrument and Control System maintenance
Perform maintenance of Information Technology, communication and navigation systems
Perform maintenance of metering systems
Control calibration appliances and test instruments
Maintain Ex rating of instrument equipment as per design
Assist in pre-commissioning and commissioning
Perform instrument spare parts and consumables stock control
Assist in fault finding and troubleshooting of shutdowns
Liaise with other departments for coordination of maintenance activities
Use the Permit to Work system. Prepare Permits. Follow the Permit to Work procedures
Use the Computerised Maintenance Management System. Produce reports, update records, generate work orders
Prepare required reports
Ensure that vendors and contractors are managed safely and effectively
Undertake training relevant to the position requirements
On-the-job-training of colleagues and trainees
Member of Emergency Response Team
Qualification requirements

Education

Higher diploma / Degree in relevant Engineering discipline; relevant Technical / Vocational certificate an advantage
Experience

Employer requires 5 years experience as an Instrument Technician within a Process plant environment
Experience with Control Systems
Experience on offshore facilities or marine vessels would be an added advantage
Skills

Good inter-personal and communications skills
Good computer skills and knowledge of Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS)

Job Title: Marine Superintendent

Key tasks and Responsibilities

Manage and control the Marine Department to ensure safe and efficient functioning of all marine, cargo facilities and operations
Ensure regulatory and class requirements are adhered to
Verify and review the Company’s Policies and procedures through the Offshore Management Review; Develop and revise procedures and standing instructions for the Marine Department; Ensure that the Permit to Work system is controlled and adhered to as per requirements of the system
Prepare budget and control expenditure; Prepare and administer required reports. Maintain appropriate documentation
Responsible for sufficient stock of relevant spare parts and consumables
Responsible for operation, condition monitoring and troubleshooting of marine, cargo and relevant utility systems
Responsible for Safety Zone monitoring and traffic control
Responsible for export tankers mooring and unmooring operations
Responsible for cargo operations and cargo plan; cargo calculations; cargo/ slop/ ballast tanks entry; cargo/ slop/ ballast tanks condition monitoring; Crude Oil Washing operations; slop water discharge and Oil Record Book entries
Responsible for unit stability and hull stresses; Loading/ Stability software and software integrity
Responsible for planning of Marine Department maintenance activities in cooperation with OIM and other department leads; Use the Computerized Maintenance Management System. Review information in database to ensure it is technically valid, accurate and up to date
Responsible for first line and preventive maintenance of marine, cargo and relevant utility systems as per Computerised Maintenance Management System
Administer marine and cargo systems modifications requests under management of change procedure
Responsible for structural maintenance of deck areas, process modules, accommodation, enclosed and machinery spaces
Responsible for housekeeping of deck areas, accommodation and pump room
Responsible for scaffolding erection and dismantling; Responsible for all Lifting and personnel transfer operations and Lifting Equipment. Ensure lifting equipment register is up to date
Responsible for Support Vessel Handling; Responsible for Helicopter Operations, Helideck and refueling equipment; Responsible for Waste Management and Garbage Record Book entries
Participate in pre-commissioning and commissioning
Responsible for control of hazardous substances that are used/ stored within Marine department
Responsible for the relevant Risk Assessments; Participate in the investigation of accidents and incidents. Administrate Company reporting system report
Ensure that vendors and contractors are managed safely and effectively
Undertake training relevant to the position requirements
Responsible for the training of subordinates and trainees; Perform competency assessment and performance evaluation of subordinates
Member of Emergency Response Team
Qualification requirements

Education

Minimum of WASC, SSCE certificate or GCE ‘O’ Levels; UK or South African Chief mate (II/2) CoC required
Experience

Employer requires 10 years experience as a watch keeping officer or marine supervisor on offshore facilities or marine vessels
Skills

Good inter-personal and communications skills
Good management and supervisory skills
Good leadership skills
Good computer skills and knowledge of Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)

Job Title: Marine Operator

Key tasks and Responsibilities

Operate, monitor and troubleshoot marine, cargo and relevant utility systems
Operate and monitor Operator Station and loading/ stability computer
Operate and monitor radio and navigation equipment (GMDSS, Radar/ ARPA, AIS, Gyro etc.)
Maintain deck watch
Monitor unit and export tanker positions
Perform cargo operations (loading/ offloading of crude oil, control of tank pressure, Crude Oil Washing, ballast and slop water transfer, sampling etc.)
Perform cargo and stress/ stability calculations; Ensure cargo plan is followed and stability/ stress parameters are within the allowable limits
Perform shuttle tanker mooring/ unmooring, hose and hawser operations
Operate and monitor metering system. Perform proving
Monitor Safety Zone and control traffic in vicinity
Monitor weather conditions; Monitor communications and CCTV
Assist in Helicopter operations; Control personnel transfer operations; Control supply vessel operations
Assist in tank entry preparations and safety arrangements; Monitor personnel working in the tanks
Assist in control of structural maintenance and housekeeping of the deck areas, accommodation, enclosed and machinery spaces. Ensure CR is kept tidy and in good order
Perform first line and preventive maintenance of marine, cargo and relevant utility systems as per Computerised Maintenance Management System
Identify and report marine, cargo and relevant utility systems maintenance requirements
Liaise with other departments for coordination of operation activities
Use the Permit to Work system. Prepare Permits. Follow the Permit to Work procedures
Use the Maintenance Management System. Update records, generate work orders
Prepare required reports, keep logs and maintain appropriate documentation
Ensure that vendors and contractors are managed safely and effectively
Undertake training relevant to the position requirements; On-the-job-training of colleagues and trainees
Member of Emergency Response Team
Qualification requirements

Education

Minimum of WASC, SSCE certificate or GCE ‘O’ Levels; UK or South African OOW (II/1) CoC required
Experience

Employer requires 5 years experience as a watch keeping officer or marine operator on offshore facilities or marine vessels
Skills

Good inter-personal and communications skills

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