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  • Job reference: RMS0097624

Lead FPSO Mooring Engineer

  • Sector: Engineering
  • Location: London and South East
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 17/10/2011
  • Time left:
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The Company:
Our client is a leading provider of a full range of services to the oil and gas industry. Due to expansion they are currently looking for a Mechanical / Mooring Engineer to work in their new Floating Production business department.

The Role:
 To analyse, determine and specify the moorings, turret, mechanical and piping engineering requirements and considerations applicable to the products and proposals and advise on appropriate equipment
 To design efficient turret mooring systems and equipment which can be realised safely and economically
 To produce, organise and co-ordinate the production of turret and piping system deliverables, calculation reports, PFDs and P&IDs
 Responsible for specific area tasks/areas of work as defined by the Technical Director
 Capable of supervising and checking work of other engineers as delegated by the Technical Director
 Supervise Specialists consultants and suppliers

Primary Duties;
 Supervise the work done by engineering subcontractors, equipment suppliers and shipyards
 Produce specifications for subcontractors and class societies
 Conduct evaluations of vessels suitability based on limited information and short inspection visits
 Conduct environmental, operational or performance tests on turret and piping equipment
 To liaise with classification societies and other regulatory bodies involved with safety, integrity and legality of projects
 Maintain and co-ordinate repair of turret and piping equipment
 Leading teams and taking on additional responsibilities when required
 Frequent business trips locally and possibly international

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
 Minimum 5 years offshore industry experience with at least 2 years with FPSO contractor or shipyard engaged in floating production services (full life cycle)
 Must have worked on at least one floating production vessel project from concept to completion
 Degree in Mechanical or Marine Engineering or equivalent
 Good knowledge of turret moorings and associated mechanical and piping systems of all types of floating production unit
 Working knowledge of marine engineering, naval architecture and process disciplines and their interfaces with turret engineering discipline
 Capable of performing quick early evaluations of vessel suitability based on limited information and short inspection visits
 Good knowledge of applicable marine and floating production regulations – especially class/flag requirements
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