Key Job Responsibilities:
- Responsible and accountable person for all floating assets on Stability, Station keeping, Offloading and Cathodic
o Ensure that high level strategies are implemented offshore.
o Review and ensure adequacy of planned maintenance and assurance routines.
o Follow up on corrective routines.
o Assist offshore with vendor support where required.
o Carry out offshore healthcare visits as required.
o Ensuring that the installation integrity, reliability, availability, and maintainability of the relevant marine equipment is optimised, so that the safety of the asset is maintained, and the production targets can be achieved.
- Consolidate floating asset weight control sheets at the end of calendar year and arrange for relevant documentation and loading computer to be updated accordingly.
- Support the Marine Technical Authority to ensure conformity and compliance to UK legislations, Class, and International Standards.
- Audit of onboard loading software condition and correct use by the Asset MCROs.
- Arrange and participate in yearly stability emergency response exercises between the assets and emergency response provider.
- Manage engineering and analysis work outsourced to subcontractors relating to the systems.
- Manage engineering and analysis work outsourced to subcontractors relating to floating asset global strength and fatigue. Assist the Hull Integrity Engineers in interpretation of analysis and development of specialist inspection scope of work.
- Develop engineering and inspection scope of work for the assigned systems.
- Review inspection procedures developed by the Projects and EPC Teams for the assigned systems.
- Liaise with and assist the Company Marine Engineer and Marine Integrity Engineer as required.
- Review inspection records and develop follow up work as required.
- Produce annual healthcare and summary reports for assigned systems.
- Annual offshore visits to all floating assets.
- Provide discipline support to Asset Integrity, Projects, and Asset Focal points.
- Review and where necessary develop relevant documentation, procedures, and performance standards.
- Form part of the risk assessment team for marine related ORMs.
- Follow-up on HSEx and verification findings on assigned systems.
- Delivery of business and technical reports as required.
- Deputise for the Marine Technical Authority when required.
- Preferably Chartered Naval Architect with project and operations experience, with Operator, Duty Holder or Consultancy organisation in Oil & Gas Industry.
- Knowledge of Class Rules for floating assets, relevant standards and UK HSEx Regulations, relevant Research Reports and Offshore Information Notices.
- Ability to foster positive teamwork. Good organisational skills with focus on delivering assigned work in a timely and efficient manner.
- Basic knowledge of CMMS software such as SAP.
- Working knowledge of stability and mooring analyses, spread and turret moored systems (thruster heading control).
- Familiarity with strength and fatigue analysis methods and reporting.
- Experience working with FPSOs and Column Stabilised Units.
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