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  • Job reference: RMS0151694

Deputy Harbour Controller

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Barrow Island
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 10/12/2014
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (18/12/14)
This vacancy has now expired.
The Company:
Our Client is an International Oil and Gas Operator involved in 2 of Australia's largest LNG Projects based in Western Australia. Spending more than 20 years building a culture of safety and environmental stewardship that strives to achieve world-class performance, our client places the highest of priority on developing a strong safety focused culture.

The Role:
For our client we are seeking a Deputy Harbour Controller on a 28/28 roster who can provide support to the Harbour Controller and will be the primary contact to all vessel movements and Marine related activities that occur at the Landing throughout the construction phase of the company’s major LNG Project.

Key duties include:

• Act as the primary P.O.C. for all marine contractors operating out of the Landing.
• Monitor and manage the HSEQ requirements of marine contractors operating out of Landing.
• Conduct mid/short term scheduling for logistics movements in/out of Landing and publish through the Port Daily Activities Schedule in consultation with the Harbour Controller.
• Provide support to Marine Logistics through the conduct of regular audits of Logistics Vessels to ensure contractors remain compliant with OE requirements.
• Provide support to Logistics personnel with Marine SME requirements.
• Ensure the marine facilities and berths remain at an operational standard and report any defects to the appropriate manager for rectification.
• Maintain an inventory of spares to support vessel berthings at the landing facilities (Lines, shackles, etc).
• Ensure Contractor representatives monitor the mooring configuration of vessels at their respective berths with particular attention to:
o Fender arrangements
o Line tension, line runs and chafing
o Changes in weather conditions
• Good understanding of tidal movements and current flows – particularly in a shallow water environment.
• Good understanding of meteorology and local weather patterns & cycles.
• Knowledgeable in Port emergency response practices.
• Ensure consistency and alignment with the company’s marine operational standards and procedures.
• Keep current on industry best practices / Lessons Learned, applicable international conventions, and national and local laws and regulations as they pertain to marine operations.
• Monitor proposed changes in environmental regulatory requirements that might affect vessel and port operations.
• Will be particularly focused on safety of operation, and scheduling of vessel movements.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
To be considered for this position you will must have suitable marine experience and preferably experience operating within the Port. Other key requirements include:

• Suitable personnel management, vessel coordination, and marine operations experience.
• Able to work independently and unsupervised and must also possess the necessary skills to manage a number of independent contractors in meeting their HSEQ and operational requirements. You will also require to be certified to drive light vehicles.
• Work well in small teams with a diverse variety of backgrounds and professional disciplines

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