Offshore Installation Manager FPSO

Job Summary

Recruiting for.a Client The Offshore Installation Manager’s reports to the Group Operations Manager.

  • Minimum Qualification: Degree
  • Experience Level: Management level
  • Experience Length: 5 years

Job Description

  • The Offshore Installation Manager’s reports to the Group Operations Manager. The function shall include, but may not be limited to the following, which may be revised from time to time as indicated by changes in operational requirements.
  • The Offshore Installation Manager is responsible for ensuring compliance with the Facility Management System and for the safety and welfare of all persons onboard the facility.
  • For a safe and efficient offshore operation, the maintenance of technical integrity, compliance with safe operating practices, environmental and legislative requirements.
  • To fulfil the risk management requirements by ensuring all risks in the operation and maintenance of the facility are identified and procedures are established and implemented.
  • To manage the human resources available onboard so as to maintain a flexible and efficient work culture.
  • To manage the facility onboard management budget, prepare accounts and financial reports, control of costs and oversee the operation of the purchasing system.
  • To manage and co-ordinate any Emergency Response.
  • Ensure that the Quality Health, Safety and Environment Assurance system, established by the Company.
  • Ensuring that any non-compliance with the Facility Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Assurance system is identified and addressed.
  • Motivate, consult and ensure participation of employees and contractors in the ongoing development and the management of safety.
  • Ensure that the Company’s policies are known, understood and adhered to.
  • Ensure all contractors and vendors who perform work on the facility are made aware of their responsibilities for managing health, safety, emergency response and compliance with the Facility Management System.
  • Manage, control, approve and monitor the Permit to Work system.
  • Ensure, in conjunction with department heads, that appraisals of all personnel are conducted on a regular basis, training needs are analysed and training requirements fulfilled where considered necessary.
  • Ensure that lines of reporting or communications onboard the facility are adhered to and that any changes in the onboard organisation are reflected in a revised facility organisation plan.
  • Ensure full co-operation between all departments and personnel on the facility to ensure the safety of the facility and efficient performance of all tasks.
  • Ensure a good working relationship with the Operators Representative.
  • Supervision of all aspects of the Facility Management System.
  • Evaluate simultaneous operations and their impact on the integrity of the facility ensuring procedures are in place to action and respond to any situation.
  • Ensure familiarity with all limitations to the technical integrity of the facility and with the inspection activities required.
  • Oversee all activities and operations ensuring they are performed in accordance with the applicable procedures, that all relevant safety codes and regulations are followed and that simultaneous operations with high risk potential are managed in accordance with the Facility Management System.
  • Assist in the preparation of budgets and in the planning and co-ordination of campaign maintenance, conversions or other major activities.    
  • OIM has authority to shutdown production operations at any time if he considers this course of action is required in the interests of the safety of the facility or personnel on board.
  • The OIM has authority to order the removal of any person from the facility if that persons continued presence on board is identified as a risk.
  • The OIM has authority to take such action as he may consider necessary to protect the environment, including the shutdown of production.
  • Chair or nominate a chairman for the monthly safety meetings.
  • Report and investigate all accidents, incidents, near misses and dangerous occurrences in accordance with the Facility Management System Procedures.
  • Prepare annual facility safety plan.
  • The Offshore Installation Manager shall work closely with Client’s Representative to achieve production and HSE goals.
Qualifications and Experience
  • Experience as Master, Chief Engineer, Production Supervisor or similar
  • supervisory position on an FPSO or suitably experienced on fixed platforms.
  • Experience with safety management systems.
  • A suitable engineering Degree and/or a minimum of 12 years experience in the
  • offshore oil industry, 5 years of which must have been in a Senior Supervisory position,together with qualification required to serve as Master, Chief Engineer and Production Supervisor.
  • Strong personal and interpersonal skills.

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