Diving assurance consultant


Job Summary

Acts as ‘eyes & ears’ for the client with regard to offshore operations and ensuring that work procedures and management of change are followed.

  • Minimum Qualification: HND
  • Experience Level: Mid level
  • Experience Length: 3 years

Job Description

A reputable organisation seeks to fill the above position with suitable and qualified persons.

Summary of competence and expectations:

  • A shortened and simplified version of this is in the selection matrix guide in Section 8. Leadership qualities Offshore management experience with excellent man management skills thus ensuring that an ‘open door’ policy exists. Relevant discipline offshore experience and training (marine, diving, ROV, survey/inspection, underwater engineering, familiarity with dynamic positioning and position referencing systems if working off a dynamically positioned support vessel, etc). Broad knowledge of subsea operations as a whole. Extensive experience of relevant offshore operations

Job Description:

  • Ensures that health & safety issues are kept foremost
  • Monitors competence issues with team performing work at site
  • Ensures compliance with local & international regulations
  • Monitors the safety & efficiency of operations
  • Reports on the work done, lessons learned, any useful pointers and recommended improvements for future operations
  • Summary of the requirements of an offshore worksite representative(s)

Job Requirement:

  • Must know and understand the type of work that they have to undertake
  • Must know and understand the detail of the offshore campaign and who they report to
  • Must know and understand the company ethos
  • Must know and understand what the company expects of them
  • Good communication skills
  • Has been instructed by the company in the behaviour and attitudes expected from the company’s worksite representatives both offshore and onshore. This is to include company ethics, company expectations with regard to the relationship with the contractor’s personnel.
  • Good understanding of health & safety requirements as well as current local legislation as it pertains to diving and subsea operations. Has received formal company training in this.
  • Has been thoroughly familiarised with corporate health and safety policy.
  • Good understanding of the hazard identification & risk assessment process and able to run such a process
  • Knowledge of corporate management of change process
  • Knowledge of corporate accident & incident reporting & investigation process
  • Knowledge of good lifting practices and any local & international requirements
  • Good understanding of field operational processes, permit to work and isolation processes
  • Knowledge of company reporting and project control processes
  • Understanding of basic project management principles
  • Knowledge of field layout
  • Ability to understand engineering drawings and processes
  • Good knowledge & understanding of work procedures for the job
  • Good knowledge & understanding of current best industry practice
  • Understanding of contract terms and conditions
  • Understanding of auditing processes
  • Familiarised with field and vessel emergency response procedures and understand the role of the client rep in any emergency
  • Familiarised with client’s site instruction procedure
  • Be in possession of current offshore medical, survival, etc certificates, a current passport and, if required, a work permit/visa
  • Familiar with the principal computer software applications
  • Good ability to write reports and operational summaries
  • Familiar with OGP’s Diving recommended practice publication and its referenced documentation
  • Has been given induction training by the company in local social customs

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