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Ongoing Recruitment at Uniterm Nigeria Limited

Uniterm Nigeria Limited was incorporated in 2004. It has grown rapidly with professional staff of about 200 delivering quality and cost effective services in the Oil & Gas sector of the Nigerian economy. Uniterm is a Nigerian Company owned by Nigerians. The workforce is made up of professionals drawn across the world.

Uniterm is under the management of highly technical personnel with combined experience level of 150 years. Uniterm is a member of International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC) and the management staff are members of various professional bodies around the world. Uniterm has offices in Portharcourt and Lagos Nigeria, Houston in USA and Calgary in Canada. Uniterm has key Technical Partners in order to continue to use state-of-the-art technology to deliver services.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: IRS Engineer

Location: Rivers

Job Summary
Assist in the offshore operation and maintenance of:

  • Light Well Intervention Pressure Control Equipment.
  • Well Abandonment Equipment.
  • Primary position occupied in North Sea region with possibility of temporary assignment to other Helix locations worldwide.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Under authority of the shift Supervisor, the Intervention Services Technician shall:
  • Continue to develop subsea equipment, operational knowledge and demonstrate knowledge when required to do so.
  • Participate with minimal guidance in the sequence of events required in the mobilization and hook up of company owned property.
  • Operate equipment in line with Company policy, procedures and requirements of Well program.
  • Assist in the improvement of current operational procedures and equipment specification.
  • Maintain equipment as described in Planned Maintenance system autonomously.
  • Follow, understand and challenge (where required) written and verbal instructions in line with operations offshore.
  • Continue to develop general offshore skill set (environmental awareness, well control, rigging & lifting, risk assessment, reporting, radio communication and offshore etiquette).
  • Attend training and obtain accreditation in line with competence level required for the position.
  • Be available for work as and when required when given appropriate notice of requirement.

Experience/Background

  • NC Mechanical Engineering Or recognized City & Guilds apprenticeship.

Additional Training Requirements:

  • As per SIL Master Training Matrix (HHR-MA-0014)

Others Additional Qualification and Experience

  • Proven experience and results-oriented career and/or B Eng. or Degree equivalents in appropriate engineering subject, unlimited as per STCW Reg.AIII2 and Reg. A. 111/2 respectively;
  • Member of a Professional Body is an added advantage
  • Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates.
  • Valid International Passport.
  • Possess basic critical rig equipment training.
  • Demonstrated ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal education.
  • Minimum of HND / B.Sc. in any Science / Engineering related field.
  • Candidate must have the relevant mandatories (STCW, TBOSIET, HUET, GMDSS, OSP and All other relevant Documents for positions applied for).
  • Valid IWCF/Well cap certification, Supervisory level is an added advantage.
  • At least 7-15 years of Experience any the field being applied for.

 

Job Title: Third Engineer

Location: Rivers

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Understudy the Second Engineer.
  • Have understanding and comply with all relevant sections of the Company’s policies and Management System.
  • Be responsible for the safe and efficient operation of all machinery and equipment for which the
  • Engineering Department has responsibility.
  • Diligently carry out, in a safe and efficient manner, any task which has been directed by a Senior Officer.
  • Assist with overhaul, maintenance and survey work as directed by a Senior Officer.
  • Ensure that any information they enter in the ER log, maintenance records, water condition logs and other records, shall be accurate.
  • Will notify the Second Engineer of spare gear and consumable requirements as applicable.
  • Keep the First Engineer fully informed as to the progress of any work which they have undertaken.
  • Shall inform the Second Engineer of any defects or problems in his allocated area of responsibility.
  • Complete comprehensive hand-over notes encompassing work carried out that may affect the relieving Engineer.
  • Review the Safety Notices, Marine Circular Correspondence files and the Offshore Management
  • System Amendment files in the current version of the Offshore Management System CD Rom, upon joining and re-joining the vessel.
  • Any other duties assigned by the first Engineer.

Minimum Marine Qualifications & Experience
The Senior or sole Engine Room (ECR) Watchkeeper should have:

  • Second Engineer – III/3 or III/2, OOW – III/1 – STCW95.
  • An adequate knowledge and experience with the relevant class of vessel in accordance with Section 5 of the IMCA document, “The training and experience of key DP personnel”.

Additional Training Requirements:

  • As per Marine Master Training Matrix

Others Additional Qualification and Experience

  • Proven experience and results-oriented career and/or B Eng. or Degree equivalents in appropriate engineering subject, unlimited as per STCW Reg.AIII2 and Reg. A. 111/2 respectively;
  • Minimum of HND / B.Sc. in any Science / Engineering Related field.
  • Candidate must have the relevant mandatories (STCW, TBOSIET, HUET, GMDSS, OSP and All other relevant Documents for positions applied for).
  • Valid IWCF/Well cap certification, Supervisory level is an added advantage.
  • At least 7-15 years of Experience any the field being applied for.
  • Member of a Professional Body is an added advantage
  • Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates.
  • Valid International Passport.
  • Possess basic critical rig equipment training.
  • Demonstrated ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal education.

 

Job Title: Electro – Technical Officer

Location: Rivers

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the maintenance of the DP system, including thruster controls.
  • Have understanding and comply with all relevant sections of the Company’s policies and management system.
  • Responsible for operating, updating, and maintenance of the ships network.
  • Keep the OIM/Master and Senior DP watch keepers fully informed on matters affecting the DP system and will not undertake any work on the system without prior consultation and receipt of approval to conduct such work. This especially applies whilst the vessel is in any form of DP mode.
  • Notify the OIM/Master and keep them fully informed of the progress of any work which they have undertaken and shall notify the OIM/Master of any defects or problems that they have encountered in their area of responsibility.
  • Responsible for ensuring that a true and accurate record of work that has been carried out is kept and entered in the maintenance records and their  hand-over notes. This shall include ensuring that manuals and drawings pertaining to their area of responsibility are kept corrected and up to date, in the event of any modification.
  • Has overall responsibility for the efficient running of the vessel’s radio room.
  • Responsible for the maintenance of all radio communication equipment, radars, and electronic navigation equipment. Note: On vessels with GMDSS equipment a shore based manufactures maintenance agreement is usually in force for this part of the radio system.
  • Responsible for ordering spares and stores for the Radio and Electronics Department, and liaising with the Storekeeper. In addition shall keep the OIM/Master fully informed of urgent spares requirements which would affect either statutory requirements and/or the safe operation of the DP system.
  • Assisting other departments as requested with electronic problems.
  • Responsibility for the general upkeep of HPR transponders and taut wire, this includes the updating of the HPR log ensuring that HRP transponders are kept fully charged by recharging or replacing the batteries (Supported by Chief Officer).
  • Responsibility for the general upkeep of the taut wire spool gear wires.
  • Any other duties assigned by Chief Engineer.

Requirements
Additional Training Requirements:

  • As per Marine Master Training Matrix (HHR-MA-0013)

Others Additional Qualification and Experience:

  • Should hold, or be working towards, Electro-Technical Officer Certificate of Competency
  • Proven experience and results-oriented career and/or B Eng. or Degree equivalents in appropriate engineering subject, unlimited as per STCW Reg.AIII2 and Reg. A. 111/2 respectively;
  • Minimum of HND/B.Sc. in any Science / Engineering Related field.
  • Candidate must have the relevant mandatories (STCW, TBOSIET, HUET, GMDSS, OSP and All other relevant Documents for positions applied for).
  • Valid IWCF/Well cap certification, Supervisory level is an added advantage.
  • At least 7-15 years of Experience any the field being applied for.
  • Member of a Professional Body is an added advantage
  • Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates.
  • Valid International Passport.
  • Possess basic critical rig equipment training.
  • Demonstrated ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal education.

 

Job Title: Rig Manager

Location: Rivers

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Review, understanding and comply with the Project Quality Plan/System and participation in setting worksite safety objectives and key performance indicators.
  • Review, understand and comply with Emergency Safety Plan and Bridging documentation between client and WOUK management systems.
  • Review, understanding and comply with project procedures and equipment
  • Review and understand project schedule and any constraints.
  • Review and understand principal project contract and commercial conditions.
  • Review, understand and comply with Project Inspection and Test Plan to ensure all necessary as-built data is collected.
  • Review, understand and comply with WOUK Management of Change system
  • Active participation in Safe Job Analysis and Risk Assessments, ensuring identified risks are communicated to the offshore project personnel.
  • Review and understand roles and responsibilities of subcontractors and their liabilities.
  • Review and understand roles and responsibilities of third party personnel.
  • Liaise with Vessel Master and Chief Engineer to ensure safety of all interfaces between project and marine operations.
  • Ensure appropriate risk assessment are undertaken, TBRA’s, SJA’s, Toolbox talks and TOFS. Maintaining close operational communication with the Operations Manager.
  • Liaise with Client’s Representative(s) and Company offshore representative and sub-contractors onboard the vessel.
  • The implementation of the Company’s health, safety and environment policy by all WOUK  employees and/or WOUK subcontractors on board the vessel.
  • Ensuring that vessel project safety meetings are convened and minuted in accordance with WOUK.
  • Management System, also attendance at vessel safety meetings by the Rig Manager or his delegates.
  • Action any corrective measures raised by audits and/or inspections carried out by Client/Safety/QA personnel pertaining to personnel, procedures, the work site and supporting equipment.
  • Report safety incidents relating to project activities including their classification  as per company

Qualification and Experience

  • Proven experience and results-oriented career and/or B Eng. or Degree equivalents in appropriate engineering subject, unlimited as per STCW Reg.AIII2 and Reg. A. 111/2 respectively;
  • Minimum of HND/B.Sc. in any Science / Engineering Related field.
  • Candidate must have the relevant mandatories (STCW, TBOSIET, HUET, GMDSS, OSP and All other relevant Documents for positions applied for).
  • Valid IWCF/Well cap certification, Supervisory level is an added advantage.
  • At least 7-15 years of Experience any the field being applied for.
  • Member of a Professional Body is an added advantage
  • Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates.
  • Valid International Passport.
  • Possess basic critical rig equipment training.
  • Demonstrated ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal education.

Additional Training Requirements:

  • As per Marine Master Training Matrix (HHR-MA-0013).

 

Job Title: Deck Supervisor

Location: Rivers

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Meet daily with the Chief Officer.
  • Shall have understanding and comply with all relevant sections of the Company’s policies and management system.
  • Taking care of deck cargo operations and responsible for ensuring that the weather decks, cargo spaces and storerooms under his control are secure at all times.
  • Fulfil the maintenance requirements for deck machinery as directed by the Chief Officer and carry out planned maintenance procedures when required.
  • Shall keep the Chief Officer informed of the progress of any job he has undertaken, and any defects or problems encountered in his area of responsibility.
  • Attend the helideck as HLO during helicopter operations.
  • Attend forward or aft during berthing and un-berthing operations and secure anchors when clear of port.
  • Shall maintain an inventory of stores under his control and inform Chief Officer of any spare gear or consumables that are required.
  • Assist the project Crew as necessary, and liaise with the Chief Officer.
  • Maintain safety standards for the crew and deck areas.
  • Shall be familiar with his duties in an emergency situation and he must be aware of, and abide by
  • Company procedures, policies and instructions and ensure that those under his control also comply.
  • Act as Crane Operator and performs, when appropriate, at the start of each shift a visual examination of cranes as prescribed in company lifting policy.
  • Manage stock levels and the issuing and ordering of general consumable items in central stores.
  • Any other duties assigned by the Chief Officer.
  • Assist Chief Engineer monitoring lifting appliances, running gear, slings, shackles etc. including quarantine locker
  • Supervise deck operations and ensure that high, safe standards of rigging are maintained.
  • Ensure that all lifting rigging (shackles, slings, strops etc.) are in good condition and are certified prior to being put in use.
  • Ensure that clear, unambiguous directions are given to the Crane Driver during the movement of loads around the deck by the crane.
  • Ensure that the deck crew is briefed on the work scope and that they are fully aware of any safety.

Requirements
Additional Training Requirements:

  • As per Marine Master Training Matrix (HHR-MA-0013)

Others Additional Qualification and Experience:

  • Proven experience and results-oriented career and/or B Eng. or Degree equivalents in appropriate engineering subject, unlimited as per STCW Reg.AIII2 and Reg. A. 111/2 respectively;
  • Minimum of HND / B.Sc. in any Science / Engineering Related field.
  • Candidate must have the relevant mandatories (STCW, TBOSIET, HUET, GMDSS, OSP and All other relevant Documents for positions applied for).
  • Valid IWCF/Well cap certification, Supervisory level is an added advantage.
  • At least 7-15 years of Experience any the field being applied for.
  • Member of a Professional Body is an added advantage
  • Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates.
  • Valid International Passport.
  • Possess basic critical rig equipment training.
  • Demonstrated ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal education.

 

Job Title: Chief Electrician

Location: Rivers

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Perform planned and unplanned electrical maintenance and repairs to all equipment provided by Helix on the Q7000 in accordance with manufacturer’s manuals and maintenance and repair procedures and instructions.
  • Maintain maintenance records and other reporting requirements in the planned maintenance system (ABS NS-E).
  • Delegate or assign tasks to other maintenance team personnel as required
  • Ensure that they are familiar with the machinery and systems so that, in an emergency situation all essential services can be safely and speedily restored. In addition, they must have a full understanding of and abide by, company procedures, policies and instructions.
  • Understanding and comply with all relevant sections of the companies policies and management system
  • Ensure that any information entered into the maintenance records is accurate. Their hand-over notes will encompass a comprehensive coverage of their work during the period of engagement on the vessel and they will ensure that all manuals and drawings pertaining to their work be kept up to date.
  • Notify the Chief Engineer of spare gear and stores requirements.
  • Be fully conversant with the relevant codes of practice.
  • Keep the Chief Engineer fully informed as to the progress of any work which has been undertaken. Shall inform the Chief Engineer of any defects or problems encountered in their area of responsibility.
  • Assist with survey work as directed by a Senior Officer.
  • Any other duties assigned by Chief Engineer

Additional Training Requirements:

  • As per Marine Master Training Matrix (HHR-MA-0013)

Others Additional Qualification and Experience

  • Proven experience and results-oriented career and/or B Eng. or Degree equivalents in an appropriate engineering subject, unlimited as per STCW Reg.AIII2 and Reg. A. 111/2 respectively;
  • Minimum of HND/B.Sc. in any Science / Engineering related field.
  • Candidate must have the relevant mandataries (STCW, TBOSIET, HUET, GMDSS, OSP and All other relevant Documents for positions applied for).
  • Valid IWCF/Well cap certification, Supervisory level is an added advantage.
  • At least 7-15 years of Experience any the field being applied for.
  • Member of a Professional Body is an added advantage
  • Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates.
  • Valid International Passport.
  • Possess basic critical rig equipment training.
  • Demonstrated ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal education.

Job Title: Electrical Specialist

Location: Rivers

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Ensure that they are familiar with the machinery and systems so that, in an emergency situation, essential services can be safely and speedily restored. In addition, they must have a full understanding of, and abide by, Company procedures, policies and instructions.
  • Have understanding and comply with all relevant sections of the company’s policies and management system.
  • Assist with survey work as directed by a Senior Officer.
  • Ensure that any information entered into the maintenance records is accurate.  Their hand-over notes will encompass a comprehensive coverage of their work during the period of engagement on the vessel and they will ensure that all manuals and drawings pertaining to their work are kept up to date.
  • Notify the Chief Engineer of spare gear and stores requirements.
  • Be fully conversant with the relevant codes of practice.
  • Keep the Second and Chief Engineers fully informed as to the progress of any work which they have undertaken. Inform the Second and Chief Engineers of any defects or problems encountered in their area of responsibility.
  • Be conversant with electrical plant on the unit.
  • Be trained as a Responsible Person for PTW system and isolations.

Minimum Marine Qualifications & Experience

  • As per Marine Master Training Matrix (HHR-MA-0013)

Job Title: Rig Superintendent

Location: Rivers

Duties & Responsibilities
HSE expectations:

 

  • Demonstration of HSE Leadership at all times to all personnel aboard.
  • Spend time on site each day actively participating in setting and monitoring worksite safety objectives and standards in line with Company requirements.
  • Ensuring that all personnel joining the rig have been familiarized and inducted in accordance with the Company Management System and have been personally introduced to them.
  • Safe execution and delivery of all the project activities and operations in accordance with legislation, safety rules, policies and the Management System.
  • Delivery of HSE expectations and targets as detailed within Company plans and objectives.
  • Active participation in Helix Risk Management process for all rig activities and that the risks and controls are communicated to all personnel.
  • Obtain prior written dispensation and approval for any activity to be conducted which may be in breach of Company Policy, particularly regarding the Barrier Policy.
  • Action any corrective measures raised by audits and/or inspections carried out by Client or QHSE personnel.
  • Implementation of the General Business Policies, including the Company’s Quality Assurance, Health, Safety and Environment policy, and ensure followed by all employees and/or subcontractors on board the rig.
  • Ensure regular safety inspections are conducted.
  • Report all damage and incidents using the appropriate reporting methods and their classification as per company guidelines.
  • Enforcement of the Company’s Substance Abuse Policy and Procedures.
  • Assist the On Scene Commander in the event of an emergency

Achieving Operational Excellence:

  • Ensuring that all project preparation and execution operations are:
  • Planned
  • Detailed by procedure
  • Adequately risk assessed
  • Understood by all crew members involved in the task
  • Subject to Management of Change in accordance with company procedures
  • Continually reviewed to capture and disseminate lessons learned.
  • Managing the safe and efficient implementation of all rig topside equipment procedures held within the Management System.
  • Monitoring personnel and materials movements to ensure there are no unnecessary delays to work programs or material change to the risks to the installation or its crew.
  • Ensure that Emergency Disconnection Drills are carried out as frequently as necessary to ensure that all personnel are familiar with these operations.
  • Ensure that Well Control Drills are carried out as appropriate for the operation of a weekly frequency to ensure that operations personnel are familiar with the ESD  procedures  and Well Intervention contingency scenarios/actions.
  • Review, understand and comply with Emergency Plans and Bridging documentation.

Additonal Training Requirements:

  • As per Marine Master Training Matrix (HHR-MA-0013)

Others Additional Qualification and Experience

  • Proven experience and results-oriented career and/or B Eng. or Degree equivalents in appropriate engineering subject, unlimited as per STCW Reg.AIII2 and Reg. A. 111/2 respectively;
  • Minimum of HND / B.Sc. in any Science / Engineering Related field.
  • Candidate must have the relevant mandatories (STCW, TBOSIET, HUET, GMDSS, OSP and All other relevant Documents for positions applied for).
  • Valid IWCF/Well cap certification, Supervisory level is an added advantage.
  • At least 7-15 years of Experience any the field being applied for.
  • Member of a Professional Body is an added advantage
  • Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates.
  • Valid International Passport.
  • Possess basic critical rig equipment training.
  • Demonstrated ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal education.

Job Title: Tool Pusher

Location: Rivers

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Review, understand and comply with the company Management System, ensuring crew also comply with Management System.
  • Understand and comply with the Helix MoC system and process.
  • Responsible for ensuring the crew executes the project activities using the safe systems of work and safety tools required as per the Company’s Risk Management system.
  • Active participation in Helix Risk Management process for all rig activities and that the risks and controls are communicated to all personnel.
  • Active participation and responsibility in setting worksite safety objectives and standards in line with Company requirements.
  • Review the company’s Safety Notices on each occasion of joining the rig.
  • Assist the Rig Superintendent in obtaining prior written dispensation approval for any activity to be conducted which may be in breach of Company Policy, particularly regarding the Barrier Policy.
  • Action any corrective measures raised by audits and/or inspections carried out by Client or QHSE personnel.
  • Implement the Company’s health, safety and environment policy by all employees and/or subcontractors onboard the rig.
  • Ensure regular safety inspections are conducted and the standard and quality of the asset are maintained.
  • Responsible Person and Area Authority as per the requirements of Helix PTW system (op/saf/gen/1).
  • Report all damage and incidents using the appropriate reporting methods and their classification as per company guidelines.
  • Ensure that Emergency Disconnection Drills are carried out as frequently as necessary to ensure that all personnel are familiar with these operations.
  • Ensure that Well Control Drills are carried out as appropriate for the operation of a weekly frequency to ensure that operations personnel are familiar with the ESD procedures and Well Intervention contingency scenarios/actions.
  • Directly supervise all Well Control operations and critical activities.
  • Overall supervision and coordination of all personnel involved in the project activities.
  • Relieve the Driller in the WOCC as operationally required.
  • Understand and comply with the Project Quality Plan and Risk Management System.
  • Review, understand and comply with Emergency Plans and Bridging documentation.
  • Review, understand and comply with Project specific procedures and correct operation of Project specific.

Requirements
Additional Training Requirements:

  • As per Marine Master Training Matrix (HHR-MA-0013)

Others Additional Qualification and Experience:

  • Proven experience and results-oriented career and/or B Eng. or Degree equivalents in appropriate engineering subject, unlimited as per STCW Reg.AIII2 and Reg. A. 111/2 respectively;
  • Minimum of HND/B.Sc. in any Science / Engineering Related field.
  • Candidate must have the relevant mandatories (STCW, TBOSIET, HUET, GMDSS, OSP and All other relevant Documents for positions applied for).
  • Valid IWCF/Well cap certification, Supervisory level is an added advantage.
  • At least 7-15 years of Experience any the field being applied for.
  • Member of a Professional Body is an added advantage
  • Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates.
  • Valid International Passport.
  • Possess basic critical rig equipment training.
  • Demonstrated ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal education.

Job Title: Driller

Location: Rivers

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Review, understand and comply with the company Management System, ensuring crew also comply with Management System.
  • Understand and comply with the Helix MoC system and process.
  • Responsible for ensuring the crew execute the project activities using the safe systems work and safety tools required as per the Company’s Risk Management system, including but not limited to pre-shift meetings, TBTs, TOFS, ORs, Daily Drills and weekly safety meetings with their crew.
  • Active participation in Helix Risk Management process for all rig activities and that the risks and controls are communicated to all personnel, responsible for ensuring all personnel under their supervision are clear as regards their role.
  • Review the company’s Safety Notices on each occasion of joining the rig.
  • Comply with any written dispensation approval for any activity to be conducted which may be in breach of Company Policy, particularly regarding the Barrier Policy.
  • Responsible Person as per the requirements of Helix PTW system (op/saf/gen/1).
  • Ensure regular safety inspections and housekeeping/asset inspections are conducted and the standard and quality of the asset are maintained.
  • Report all damage and incidents to the Tool pusher and/or Rig Superintendent.
  • Assist the Chief Engineer and rig maintenance team to maintain rig equipment.
  • Instigate DROPS inspections, ensuring actions are corrected, reported & logged in the DROPS register as per the Company’s management system.
  • Conduct Emergency Disconnection Drills as instructed by the Tool pusher and/or Rig Superintendent, ensuring they are fully conversant in the operation and Cause and Effects.
  • Conduct Well Control Drills frequently to ensure that operations personnel are familiar with the  ESD procedures and Well Intervention contingency scenarios/actions.
  • Directly supervise all Well Control and critical activities.
  • Operation of all equipment at the Driller’s console in the WOCC.
  • Responsible for the adherence to WOUK & statutory Lifting procedures and requirements by all personnel under their supervision.
  • Overall direct supervision and coordination of all personnel involved in the project activities including sub-contractors.
  • Review, understand and comply with Project specific procedures and correct operation of Project specific equipment.
  • Understand roles and responsibilities of third party personnel and, subcontractors.
  • Review, understand and comply with obtaining Project objectives and ensuring all necessary as-built data is collected and reported as required, primarily in the IADC report.
  • Ensure that the appropriate logs and records are maintained, primarily in the IADC report.

Requirements
Additional Training Requirements:

  • As per Marine Master Training Matrix (HHR-MA-0013)

Others Additional Qualification and Experience:

  • Proven experience and results-oriented career and/or B Eng. or Degree equivalents in appropriate engineering subject, unlimited as per STCW Reg.AIII2 and Reg. A. 111/2 respectively;
  • Minimum of HND/B.Sc. in any Science / Engineering Related field.
  • Candidate must have the relevant mandatories (STCW, TBOSIET, HUET, GMDSS, OSP and All other relevant Documents for positions applied for).
  • Valid IWCF/Well cap certification, Supervisory level is an added advantage.
  • At least 7-15 years of Experience any the field being applied for.
  • Member of a Professional Body is an added advantage
  • Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates.
  • Valid International Passport.
  • Possess basic critical rig equipment training.
  • Demonstrated ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal education.

Job Title: ISS Specialist

Location: Rivers

Job Summary
Assist in the offshore operation and maintenance of:

  • Light Well Intervention Pressure Control Equipment.
  • Well, Abandonment Equipment.
  • The primary position occupied in the North Sea region with the possibility of temporary assignment to other Helix locations worldwide.

Duties & Responsibilities
Under authority of the Intervention Services Coordinator, the Senior Intervention Services Supervisor shall:

  • Fulfill the role of Shift Supervisor, giving operational guidance to Technician and Trainee Technician roles within crew.
  • Provide cover as required for the Intervention Services Coordinator.
  • Supervise the sequence of events required in the mobilization and hook up of company-owned equipment.
  • Operate and delegate the operation of equipment in line with Company policy, procedures and requirements of Well Program.
  • Continually seek improvement of current operational procedures and equipment specification.
  • Maintain equipment as described in Planned Maintenance system autonomously.
  • Follow, understand and challenge (where required) written and verbal instructions in line with operations offshore.
  • Attend training and obtain accreditation in line with the competence level required for the position.
  • Attend and contribute toward onshore and offshore Risk Assessments where required.
  • Actively participate in the development and training of Technician and Trainee Technician roles within the Group.
  • Be available for work as and when required when given appropriate notice of requirement.

Qualification and Experience

  • Proven experience and results-oriented career and / or B Eng. or Degree equivalents in an appropriate engineering subject, unlimited as per STCW Reg.AIII2 and Reg. A. 111/2 respectively;
  • Minimum of HND / B.Sc. in any Science / Engineering related field.
  • Candidate must have the relevant mandatories (STCW, TBOSIET, HUET, GMDSS, OSP and All other relevant Documents for positions applied for).
  • Valid IWCF/Well cap certification, Supervisory level is an added advantage.
  • At least 7-15 years of experience in any field being applied for.
  • Member of a Professional Body is an added advantage
  • Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates.
  • Valid International Passport.
  • Possess basic critical rig equipment training.
  • Demonstrated ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal education.

Additional Training Requirements:

  • As per SIL Master Training Matrix (HHR-MA-0014)

Job Title: Assist Driller

Location: Rivers

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Assist Driller to Supervise Deck crew and 3rd Party/vendors on deck
  • Ensure that the Driller and Client are advised of all current and/or changing conditions.
  • Run and retrieve the riser, wellhead equipment and subsea intervention system.
  • Maintain all intervention equipment to a good safe working standard.
  • Under instruction from the Driller, conduct Emergency Disconnection Drill to ensure that all personnel are familiar with these operations and record the results.
  • Under instruction from the Driller, conduct Well Control Drills.
  • Ensure that well control equipment is correctly maintained, installed and pressure tested.
  • Take direction from the Rig Superintendent in all Well Control Operations.
  • Ensure that they have read appropriate Helix ESG Well Control Manual that includes the current Policies on Well Control & Barriers.
  • Request written dispensation from the Rig Superintendent for any operations that cannot be carried out under appropriate Helix ESG Well Control & Barrier Policies.
  • Conduct Pre-shift, TBT’s, TOFS, Daily drills, & weekly safety meetings with their crew Ensure that Helix
  • Health & Safety policies are communicated to and understood by all crew members.
  • In conjunction with the Driller ensure vessel Well Operations Personnel are being trained to meet the company’s training requirements.
  • Ensure that the appropriate logs and records are maintained.
  • Be competent to operate the MPT and associated MPT systems.
  • Directly supervise the opening and closing of the Intervention System and Subsea Tree.
  • Liaise with the ROV in all subsea operations.
  • Compile a daily worklist and organise & instruct crews of NS5 & general maintenance, cleaning and asset preservation where required.
  • Ensure, on an ongoing basis, that all parties under their supervision have clear and effective lines of communication as required, and will ensure that operations do not commence until this is in place and confirmed.
  • Ensure that the deck is maintained in a clean and tidy manner, and will ensure that all 3rd parties under their supervision do likewise.
  • Responsible for the adherence to Helix and Client safety & PPE policies by all personnel working on deck.
  • Responsible for the adherence to Helix & statutory Lifting procedures and requirements by all personnel under their supervision.

Requirements
Additional Training Requirements:

  • As per Marine Master Training Matrix (HHR-MA-0013)

Others Additional Qualification and Experience:

  • Proven experience and results-oriented career and/or B Eng. or Degree equivalents in appropriate engineering subject, unlimited as per STCW Reg.AIII2 and Reg. A. 111/2 respectively;
  • Minimum of HND / B.Sc. in any Science / Engineering Related field.
  • Candidate must have the relevant mandatories (STCW, TBOSIET, HUET, GMDSS, OSP and All other relevant Documents for positions applied for).
  • Valid IWCF/Well cap certification, Supervisory level is an added advantage.
  • At least 7-15 years of Experience any the field being applied for.
  • Member of a Professional Body is an added advantage
  • Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates.
  • Valid International Passport.
  • Possess basic critical rig equipment training.
  • Demonstrated ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal education.

Job Title: ROV Engineer

Location: Rivers

QHSE Duties & Responsibilities
The main responsibilities will include:

  • Carry out duties as directed by the Company Offshore supervisory personnel in accordance with Company QHSE policy and operational procedures, including the implementation of Task and Dive Plans;
  • Participation in offshore meetings, e.g. morning, safety, project briefings and wash-ups, etc;
  • Conduct good liaison between Company and Client Representatives;
  • Ensure Risk Assessments, JSA`s, TBTs have been conducted and recorded in accordance with Company procedures prior to any task being carried out also ensuring responsible person has instigated all identified control measures;
  • Ensure all personnel have safety awareness of any tasks to be conducted, particularly in regards to COSHH, manual handling, Working at Height, Environment and Lifting Operations and correct planning and corrective actions are in place;
  • Ensure LOTO procedure is implemented prior to any HV work and correct Competent and Responsible personnel are in place and identified.

Operational Duties & Responsibilities

 

  • Operation, maintenance and repair of ROV/Trencher systems as directed by Shift Supervisor;
  • Conduct safe offshore operations including maintenance and repair of ROV/Trencher and auxiliary equipment ensuring correct, safe working practices are carried out;
  • Requisition spares and materials in a timely manner to maintain the minimum stock levels in the system inventory;
  • Check goods received against requisition and update inventory;
  • Ensuring that items dispatched from offshore location, whether for repair, warranty, or on demobilization are accompanied by the correct paperwork;
  • Performing/undertaking “on the job” training of personnel unfamiliar with the particular vessel, equipment or ROV in use, especially in terms of safe working practice;
  • Participation in any additional training as requested by the Company;
  • Having performance appraisal in the execution of the work such that any training requirements are identified, and;
  • Participation in the Company’s Competency scheme
  • To carry out other tasks as delegated by Company Offshore Management or Supervisor

Experience / Background: (Type / Duration)

  • Shall preferably be qualified in an engineering discipline to a minimum of HNC standard or time served technician with final City & Guilds certificate or equivalent;
  • Shall meet IMCA competence criteria by having satisfactorily completed the MTCS assessment as a Pilot
  • Technician 1 with a nominal minimum of 1 year offshore experience and 200 hours piloting;
  • Shall demonstrate technical and operational knowledge of ROV/Trenching systems;
  • Shall possess good knowledge of current safety and quality standards as applied to systems and their requirements in an offshore environment;
  • Shall demonstrate ability to correctly complete all necessary company documentation;
  • Shall demonstrate ability to communicate clearly and participate in a team in achieving project requirements

Working Conditions:

  • Offshore / Office / Workshop Environment

Physical Requirements:

  • Shall possess current offshore survival, medical certification
  • Travel Requirements
  • Full clean UK driving license required
  • Current UK or EEC country passport required.

Additional Training Requirements:

  • As per Marine Master Training Matrix (HHR-MA-0013)

Others Additional Qualification and Experience

  • Proven experience and results-oriented career and/or B Eng. or Degree equivalents in appropriate engineering subject, unlimited as per STCW Reg.AIII2 and Reg. A. 111/2 respectively;
  • Minimum of HND / B.Sc. in any Science / Engineering Related field.
  • Candidate must have the relevant mandatories (STCW, TBOSIET, HUET, GMDSS, OSP and All other relevant Documents for positions applied for).
  • Valid IWCF/Well cap certification, Supervisory level is an added advantage.
  • At least 7-15 years of Experience any the field being applied for.
  • Member of a Professional Body is an added advantage
  • Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates.
  • Valid International Passport.
  • Possess basic critical rig equipment training.
  • Demonstrated ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal education.

Job Title: Project Engineer

Location: Rivers

Duties & Responsibilities
Onshore:

  • Conceptual engineering.
  • Assessing vessel days, equipment spreads and subcontractors required in regard to the scopes.
  • Preparation of method statements as required.
  • Review lessons learned and recommendations from similar projects.
  • Preparation of MTO’s/Equipment lists.
  • Identification of hazardous operations and engineered mitigations of same.
  • Preparation and attendance at HAZID meetings and safety review meetings.
  • Preparation and contribution to operational reviews.
  • Preparation of procedural documentation.
  • Involvement in fabrication and testing of equipment as required.
  • Work with the Quality Technician to ensure that 3rd party supplied equipment is ‘fit for purpose’, is fully certified and meets regulatory requirements.
  • Completion of necessary paperwork as detailed in the Project Management System.

Offshore:

  • Liaise with Offshore Manager on project activities and be in attendance throughout.
  • Ensure all procedures are distributed prior to mobilization activities commencing.
  • Ensure all equipment is onboard as per the deck plan and material take off documents.
  • Be in attendance during the mobilization process.
  • Oversee sea fastenings.
  • Write and deliver the project briefing.

Requirements
Additional Training Requirements:

  • As per Onshore Master Training Matrix (HHR-MA-0003)

Experience / Background:

  • At least 4 year experience in an offshore related industry and/or light well intervention operations in a similar engineering capacity.
  • Experience and knowledge of light well intervention and pumping operations OR experience and knowledge of rigging, diving and ROV operations.
  • Good organisational/administration skills.
  • Excellent team player with well-developed interpersonal/communicative skills.
  • Experience within a QA/Operations environment.
  • Ability to work to demanding schedules.
  • Good PC skills in the use of all ‘Microsoft’ packages.
  • Experience in assisting with the production of budgetary pricing.
  • Knowledge of all aspects of tender support including safety, quality, schedule contractual and commercial issues.
  • Survival and Medical accreditation.

Others Additional Qualification and Experience:

  • Proven experience and results-oriented career and/or B Eng. or Degree equivalents in appropriate engineering subject, unlimited as per STCW Reg.AIII2 and Reg. A. 111/2 respectively;
  • Minimum of HND / B.Sc in any Science / Engineering Related field.
  • Candidate must have the relevant mandatories (STCW, TBOSIET, HUET, GMDSS, OSP and All other relevant Documents for positions applied for).
  • Valid IWCF/Well cap certification, Supervisory level is an added advantage.
  • At least 7-15 years of Experience any the field being applied for.
  • Member of a Professional Body is an added advantage
  • Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates.
  • Valid International Passport.
  • Possess basic critical rig equipment training.
  • Demonstrated ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal education.

Job Title: Intervention Service Coordinator

Location: Rivers

Job Summary
Co-ordinate the offshore operation and maintenance of:

  • Light Well Intervention Pressure Control Equipment.
  • Well Abandonment Equipment.
  • Primary position occupied in North Sea region with possibility of temporary assignment to other Helix locations worldwide.

Duties & Responsibilities
Under authority of the Offshore Project Manager, the Intervention Services Support Co-ordinator shall:

  • Give operational direction and guidance to all members of the Intervention Services crew.
  • Delegate Supervision of shifts in line with operational requirements.
  • Take responsibility for the closure of Failure Reports, Improvement Upgrade Report & Daily Progress reports.
  • Take responsibility for the operation of Intervention Services equipment and stock control.
  • Accurately track and record function, problem operational changes to equipment or procedures relating to Intervention Services equipment.
  • Give guidance to the supervision of event sequences required in the mobilisation and hook up of company owned equipment.
  • Operate and delegate the operation of equipment in line with company policy, procedures and requirements of Well program.
  • Ensure Well Ops UK company policy and procedures are followed in line with Well Ops UK documents OMS/MS6/002 and ON/SISM/001.
  • Continually seek improvement of current operational procedures and equipment specification.
  • Ensure maintenance of equipment is performed as described in the Well Ops UK Planned Maintenance system, along with issuing and closing work orders.
  • Follow, understand and challenge (where required) written and verbal instructions in line with operations offshore.
  • Attend training and obtain accreditation in line with competence level required for position.
  • Attend and contribute toward onshore and offshore Risk Assessments where required.
  • Actively participate in the development and training of all roles within the Intervention Services group, to take control of the crews competence portfolios and follow through execution.
  • Be available for work as and when required when given appropriate notice of requirement.
  • Additional Training Requirements:
  • As per SIL Master Training Matrix (HHR-MA-0014)

Others Additional Qualification and Experience

  • Proven experience and results-oriented career and/or B Eng. or Degree equivalents in appropriate engineering subject, unlimited as per STCW Reg.AIII2 and Reg. A. 111/2 respectively;
  • Minimum of HND/B.Sc. in any Science / Engineering Related field.
  • Candidate must have the relevant mandatories (STCW, TBOSIET, HUET, GMDSS, OSP and All other relevant Documents for positions applied for).
  • Valid IWCF/Well cap certification, Supervisory level is an added advantage.
  • At least 7-15 years of Experience any the field being applied for.
  • Member of a Professional Body is an added advantage
  • Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates.
  • Valid International Passport.
  • Possess basic critical rig equipment training.
  • Demonstrated ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal education.

Deadline: 30th March, 2020.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should send their comprehensive CV in ONLY one attachment (MSWord document) and all other Supporting Documents/Certifications to: jobs@unitermintl.com with the job title as the subject.

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