Brief Posting Description
· In summary, this role is to monitor, control and operate the marine and cargo operations efficiently
· Ensuring all procedures are adhered to and all defects are reported to the Offshore technical lead
· To ensure a proactive and continuous approach to safety
· Provide Marine Control Room watch keeping duties, monitoring cargo, ballast, mooring and communication systems and environmental conditions
· Administrate cargo deck maintenance activities
· Control, Monitor, receive, store and discharge crude oil cargo and slops, complying with all the working and reporting procedures and relevant standards set down
· Ensure the quality of the Cargo, minimising the quantity of free water present in the cargo.
· Perform routine and emergency ballasting/de-ballasting
· Update Maintenance Management System, inputting data and printing job cards as requested.
· Act as area authority for the cargo area excluding the crane and helideck
· Plan, monitor and execute all tank entry preparations and inspections
· Report any irregularities and advise (where necessary) to the Operations Supervisor in a clear, concise, established procedure and record the relevant information in the marine/official log book
· Communicate clearly by public address system, for emergency or routine operations and by radio with vessels and personnel
· Communicate clearly and concisely to all regular and emergency helicopter traffic
· Be conversant with, contribute to and adhere to the content of vessel safety regulations, procedures and Departmental Instructions relevant to their sphere of operation
· Ensure a safe and comprehensive handover is provided for shifts or crew change
· Conversant with stability requirements for an FPSO completing daily stability checks
· Continually monitor and adjust ballast to maintain vessel within operational parameters
· All members of core crew, and their contractors, are responsible for properly segregating the waste they generate and for ensuring all spills are reported to their Supervisors immediately
· Ability to act as Marine responsible Person
· Manage Ship collision Major Accident Hazard
· Monitor and respond effectively to situation changes as directed
· 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
· Liaise with the Onshore Technical Support as required
· Ensuring 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 team members so they are fully supported in their assigned tasks and perform competency assessment assurance
· Willing member of the emergency response team
· Maintain a high degree of EHS awareness
· Be familiar with and follow the Life Saving Rules at all times
· Actively participate and support all EHS plans, initiatives and improvements
· Minimum Diploma or possess BTEC/ONC or Technical Certificate/Diploma/Higher National Diploma.
· Minimum 5 years in a similar role.
· STCW Certificate of Competency as a deck Officer (Unlimited tonnage and area), or equivalent marine certification
· Tankerman certification (STWC)
· Supervisory experience at deck Officer Level or above in the Merchant Navy or Line supervisor of marine team on an offshore installation
· Understanding of vessel Stability to the level of an Unlimited (Tonnage and Area) Chief Officer
· Relevant offshore oil and gas experience
· Dangerous cargo endorsement or equivalent (desirable)
· FPSO experience (desirable)
· Experience and knowledge of Cargo off-take operations to DP shuttle tankers (desirable)
· Experience of loading, storing and discharging of crude oil
· Experience of tank cleaning, crude oil washing and tank entry
· VHF Marine/Helicopter Certificate
· Good spoken and written English and Bahasa Malaysia is required
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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