Energy is a fundamental basic need of our society. Fossil fuels, including oil, are an essential source of energy and will remain so until renewable energies have the capacity to meet the growing demand for energy.
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We do it in the safest, most affordable, and most sustainable way. And we continuously strive to reduce emissions, in line with our emission ZEROTM program.
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We invest in products and services that enable the transition towards renewable energy, with a focus on Floating Offshore Wind, Wave Energy, and Carbon Capture and Storage.
In addition, we also develop Smart Digital Services to improve and support everything we do.
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We work together with the world's leading energy companies to make that happen.
We act responsibly and ethically so that communities where we operate benefit from our presence and activities.
We are committed to sharing our experience to deliver safe, sustainable, and affordable energy from the oceans for generations to come.
The Marine Discipline Engineer is responsible for supporting the Marine Lead in all matters relating to marine and cargo operations in respective Region and provide active support to existing and future marine operations in the Region.
Marine Support to the Region Fleet:
- Review the marine related Management of Change processes.
- Ensure the marine related Manuals are up to date.
- Provide expertise and technical support for marine systems related issues.
- Participate in the investigations of marine related incidents / accidents / equipment failures.
- Support any emergencies in the LECC (Local Emergency Control center).
- Keep updated the stability software for the Units in operation and run the software in the LECC as necessary.
- Review and verify the applicability to the Region units of all internal SBM alerts such as GTS Alerts, Flash and Incident Alerts related to the Marine System.
- Collaborate with the budget preparations for the units.
- Visit the shore bases or offshore sites as required.
Marine Support to the Future Operations in the Region and other Company Departments:
Support the Operability and Operations Readiness Department for the marine discipline by: o Participating in HAZID, HAZOP during the project phase:
o Reviewing Operations Manuals before issue.
o Participating in pre-sail away audits in the yards and pre-start-up audits on board the units for the marine discipline.
- Support and provide marine operational experience to all other SBM departments such as the Assets Integrity, Technical Authorities and the Marine Safety Working Group.
- Ensure Ad Hoc escalation for relevant Marine-related issues, providing guidance, support and technical advice as required.
- Analyze relevant performance indicator and lesson learned, in order to promote calibrated Strategy within Short / Medium- and Long-term framework.
- Promote smart initiative and KPI to preserve and create value.
ABS / FLAG and other support:
- Assist in maintaining high level contact with ABS to ensure that the FPSOs fleet 5 years fee agreement and the RRDA agreement are in place allowing an effective day to day management by the respective Shore bases.
- Maintain high level contact with BMA allowing an effective day to day coordination by the respective Shore bases of the FPSOs compliance with flag requirements.
- Liaising with Classification Society Head Office on behalf of the local Operations Management for requests for exemption, extensions etc.
- Review incoming Rules and Regulations updates, verify applicability to RoW (rest of the world) Fleet and initiate process to get the RoW Fleet to comply with these updates as required.
- Keep abreast of technological, market, political, financial, execution and economic developments in the offshore / shipping / shipbuilding and related industries.
School / studies / degree:
- Marine Engineering degree and / or STCW COC I / 2 or II / 1 (OOW Officer on Watch deck) or I / 2 or III / 2 or III / 1 (Second Engineer or Officer in charge in engineering watch (preferred Steam or Motor Certificate or equivalent qualification and experience).
- Minimum 5 years' experience in offshore operations / FPSO experience and / or Sailing Vessels (Oil Tankers, LNG tankers, etc.)
- at least 3 years' service as Marine Engineer Officer
- 5 years in Oil and Gas Industry
- Asset Integrity planned Maintenance
- Scheduled Maintenance
Specific skills / expertise / product:
- Ships / FPSO Deck and Engine marine equipment, Main and Auxiliary in general
- Proven knowledge and experience in all Marine technical systems (cranes, FiFi Systems, Power Generation, Hp/LP Steam Plants, Engine Room and Cargo Systems, etc.)
- Proven knowledge in Lifting and Rigging appliances / Cranes
- Life Saving appliances (Lifeboats, Rescue Boats, etc.) inclusive Davits and ancillaries
- Appropriate knowledge of Technical and Regulatory Standards associated with the above
- Practical familiarity of computerized maintenance computer system
Behaviors & inter-personal skills Key points:
- Conscious, versatile and determined.
- Capable of assertive and positive communication and performance
- Good Safety and Managerial leadership Skill.
- Clear understanding of interpersonal and team prepositive behavior
- Flexible in applying different approaches to changes in work demand
- Mentoring and coaching skill Strong written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills
- Ability to work effectively with team members of all disciplines