Posted on :
26 Jul, 2010
26 Jul, 2010
Preparation Activities (Korea)
1. Participate in the commissioning of hull systems (is assisted at start-up with the Terminal Assistant to cope with the peak workload).
2. Set up and update cargo handling procedures and tank washing as per International and Company standards
3. Assist technically the project team in the preparation of the tow (review of HHI towing manual, towing procedures…)
4. Be on board during the tow to supervise cargo handling operations
Offshore activities (Nigeria)
5. Report to Head of Production, with a technical link with Offshore Head of Marine and Logistics.
6. Coordinate with the various offshore entities for the Hull operation (fluid sampling, pumping, transfer, maintenance…), produces daily tank management plan.
7. Lead the transfer of know how to the production team, participate in the training delivery to operators. Set up and update cargo handling procedures, tank washing, inerting and gas freeing instructions on site as per International and Company standards
8. Manage ballast transfers, FPSO stability, checks of mooring loads, by using the available tools (such as Load Master centralized system from the CCR).
9. Monitor the loading of produced crude oil / water / methanol / diesel and the discharge of bilge water, slop water… Decide on crude distribution between tanks which requires operation of valves and pumps from Control Room,
10. Controls tank measurement equipment (incl. wash tanks),
11. Follow up of slop and bilge water quality during discharge (filling of records books as appropriate)
12. Follow up export tanker cargo operations, record export tanker rotations and unloading data. Responsible for quality and quantity for terminal export operations (water de-bottoming), follow up of laboratory procedures (sampling, analysis in accordance with commercial quality recommendations, salinity, BSW and MeOH content).
13. Define for production and marine operations the offloading plan and fill up the offloading check list.
14. Assist pilot with off take documentation. Maintain all required records of offtake operations trending laycan, offtake timing, demurrage etc.
15. Control the metering unit when pumping is in progress through the CCR or the package PLC.
16. Determine tank washing program to manage sediment build up repair and inspection programs in liaison with M&I teams and class inspections . Coordinates the tank preparation activities (inerting, gas freeing, venting…) prior / during and after tank intervention.
17. Ensure first line maintenance and inspection is carried out on all cargo equipment such as tank cleaning equipment.
18. Assist with the planning & supervision of the operations on the floating hose and buoy : inspection, testing, flushing and change out.
19. Monitoring of potable water and diesel oil quantities on board and ensure regular supply to cope with the site demand.
20. Calculate, compute ROB, daily production figures from tank ullage data.
21. Focal point regarding cargo operations and information with on board DPR rep.
22. Fill the role assigned to him as part of the site emergency response team.
23. Assist with all facility based marine operations and vessel control as required by his hierarchy.
OBSERVATIONS ON ACTIVITIES AND MISSIONS
Ensure working within well established guidelines and procedures. Failure to include or implement safety systems or procedures could create hazardous situations and compromise the health and safety of personnel and the integrity of plant and equipment. Multi-skilling and teamwork is considered as a major target for Project staff evolution. The principle is to take advantage of versatility of personnel for activities that are not performed simultaneously e.g. pilots can assist with tank washing programs and workboat crew to assist with cargo handling and deck maintenance..
Qualification: Master class 1 certificate endorsed for oil tanker operations.
Professional Experience: a minimum of 10 years.
Experience of FPSO operation is a plus.
Trained and experienced in pilotage operations at both SBM and tandem. Completion of approved Bridge Resource Management course.
The working environment is international and multicultural and demands considerable experience in working with people from diverse background.
Additional training requirements
– Crude washing and inert gas courses,
– Maritime and fireman safety course,
– Metering and volume calculations training,
– HUET / BOSIET Offshore survival course.
– Lifeboat coxswain/small boat handling course