Brief Posting Description
Lead Operator-Cargo Is responsible for the safe and efficient management of the marine team and all Marine operations on or near the FSO, including cargo operations, off take operations, deck and cargo system maintenance and watertight integrity.
· Calculate and monitor the vessel’s stability in conjunction with the FSO OIM. Prepare and manage the loading and offloading plan. Supervise all cargo and ballast operations. Operate the cargo and ballast control console to maintain optimum ballast condition for the prevailing environmental conditions and operations. Responsible for all matters related to the metering of oil.
· Ensure that all marine procedures and process are correctly applied.
· Ensure that relevant, accurate records and ensure all work carried out is within the vessel working procedures.
· Update Maintenance Management System, inputting data and printing job cards as requested.
· Manage, supervise and prioritise the day to day work of the marine and deck team.
· Ensure maximo data quality is maintained.
· Monitor work force performance and workforce safety through regular worksite checks, auditing and appraisals.
· Fully responsible for the deck/marine maintenance, ensuring through regular inspections that all cargo and marine equipment and instruments are in good condition, ready for use and fit for purpose.
· Responsible for properly segregating the waste they generate and for ensuring all spills are reported to their Supervisors immediately.
· Management of the Controls of work through adequate assessment of risk and management of permit to work.
· Report any irregularities and advise (where necessary) to the FSO OIM in a clear, concise, established procedure and record the relevant information in the marine log book.
· Support TOM to ensure delivery of the 90 day plan.
· Responsible for the maintenance of the marine deck, cargo deck, crane, watertight integrity and Helideck.
· Coordinate the day to day vessel Marine requirements of the CPP / WHP.
· Liaise in planning the tanker offload schedule for the FSO.
· Ensure that all marine and deck personnel understand their roles and responsibilities.
· Manage, coach and motivate the marine team, including the cargo techs, deck lead and deck crew.
· Participate in Process Safety Management activities that involve process design, process technology, operational and maintenance activities and procedures, non-routine activities and procedures, emergency preparedness plans and procedures, training programs, and other elements which could impact the process.
· Ensure all JSA’s (Job Safety Analysis) are reviewed and understood and all associated paperwork is satisfactorily completed to permit and Quality Assurance requirements.
· Ensure a safe place of work by complying with Permit to Work (PTW) system and safe working procedure(s)
· Provide OJT (On-the-Job Training) for less experienced technicians so they are fully supported in their assigned tasks and perform competency assessment assurance
· Liaise with the Onshore Technical Support as required
· Willing member of the emergency response team
· Maintain a high degree of EHS awareness
· Be familiar with and follow the Hess Life Saving Rules at all times
· Actively participate and support all Hess EHS plans, initiatives and improvements
· Minimum Diploma or possess BTEC/ONC or Technical Certificate/Diploma/Higher National Diploma
· A valid, unlimited, Class 2 Mariner Certificate of Competence with a dangerous cargo endorsement for oil cargoes, issued in accordance with STCW ’95 by a recognized government.
· Minimum 5 years tanker experience, three of which must have been served in a senior capacity (Chief Officer or Cargo Supervisor/Lead Cargo Operator).
· Minimum two years previous experience as Lead Cargo Operator berthing tankers up to 150,000 DWT in tandem with another vessel.
· Previous experience of ship vetting or auditing.
· Minimum 15 years of offshore facility operations experience.
· Minimum 3 years of leading or supervising a team of multi-skilled or multi-national personnel.
· Experience and knowledge of Cargo off-take operations to tandem DP shuttle.
· Experience of loading, storing and discharging of crude oil.
· Experience of tank cleaning, crude oil washing and tank entry.
· FPSO experience.
· VHF Marine/Helicopter Certificate.
· Good spoken and written English and Malay.· Legislation and procedure awareness.· Good team working and computer skills.
· Good spoken and written English and Malay.
· Legislation and procedure awareness.
· Good team working and computer skills.
The Company embraces diversity in our workforce, ensuring we have a workforce that provides us with a wide range of skills, ideas and energy. Embracing diversity means the Company will acknowledge, understand and appreciate the differences between individuals in developing a workplace that develops, benefits and enhances their value.
Selection for employment, promotion or any other benefit will be made on the basis of merit, ability and suitability.
How To Apply
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