LADOL Base - Logistics Superintendent (Local)

Onstream Group

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Job Description


  • Ensure that LADOL teams respect and implement LADOL and COMPANY HSE requirements in operations
  • Ensure that relevant PTWs are in place and where necessary adherence to Lift plans and permits
  • Ensure that all incidents and anomalies are reported, closed out and necessary reports written.

Coordination of Quayside operations:

  • Supervision of the LADOL Logistics team operations
  • Interfaces with vessel masters/LADOL teams to ensure that Loading plans are in place with optimal deck usage
  • Coordinates with LADOL teams to ensure that all required equipment is available and functional at the Quayside to avoid delays to COMPANY operations
  • Coordinates Tank cleaning operations and other services that may be provided at the Quayside and ensures that required PTW and HSE rules are respected.

Management of Vessels movements:

  • Prepares vessel daily planning (arrival and departure schedules) to/ from LADOL base and ensures that LADOL teams are available to achieve the plans for departures within defined KPIs in synergy with Field locations and Logistics Operations
  • Coordinates vessel crew change at LADOL base (crew change, channeling and vessel supplies
  • Coordinates with MOC at Onne on vessel departures
  • Conducts COMPANY induction for vessels on arrival and follows up marine actions in the absence of Marine Superintendent

Coordination of materials Dispatch:

  • Coordinates interface between COMPANY Materials superintendent and the LADOL Logistics teams to ensure that all materials are dispatched to the Field locations
  • Coordinates with COMPANY SLS and LADOL Logistics teams to ensure that lift plans are in place for critical lifts
  • Ensures that all CCUs being used are certified and quarantines
  • Coordinates the load-out and off-load of all radioactive sources and explosives and ensures that all required measures and personnel are in place.

Planning and reporting:

  • Prepare KPIs for measuring the efficiency of Quayside operations (maximum vessel time at port, equipment availability, personnel efficiency)
  • Prepares, reviews and updates all procedures covering the receipt, handling of materials at the Quayside
  • Prepare and issue periodic weekly, monthly and annual reports on Quayside operations

Interfaces Management:

  • Maintains Interface with 3rd party contractors and vendors who have items to dispatch to field locations
  • Coordinates the removal of wastes from Field and collection by waste disposal vendor

Documentation, invoices, and measurements:

  • Implements cargo manifests to be used at Quayside
  • Ensures accurate measurement of all cargo weights and recoding of same in the Service sheets
  • Ensures that Waybills are in place for all items to be dispatched or received
  • Ensures accurate measurements are applied to all fluids and bulk transferred to C vessels or discharged
  • Maintains database of COMPANY CCUs


  • Coordinates the usage of RLM modules of SAP, training for LADOL teams and interface with field locations

Job Requirement:

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in Oil and Gas Industry in Logistics, marine roles
  • Qualification: HND/Degree in Management Sciences/Engineering/Sciences
  • Fully conversant with relevant legislation, Company Rules (Referential) and best practices;
  • High level of organizational and planning skills;
  • Ability to react and take decisions according to last-minute change;
  • Remains calm under pressure;
  • Capacity to communicate, to convince and if needed to impose rules and organization;
  • Fluent in the English Language;
  • Confident user of Microsoft Office applications package (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), SAP (MM, PM, RLM);
  • Good knowledge of the various international standard reference documents:– IMDG code, CAP437, LOLER, etc.;
  • Dangerous goods by air and sea awareness (including radioactive sources);
  • Understanding of crane operations and limitations (including Lifting Management System);

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Onstream Group

Job Level

Experienced (Non-Manager)




Logistics / Transportation

Job Type


Minimum Qualification


Preferred Years of Experience

5 - 7 years