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  • Job reference: RMS0157376

Offshore Field Engineer

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Perth
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 27/05/2015
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (03/06/15)
This vacancy has now expired.
The Company:
An international EPC Company involved in one of the world's largest LNG developments based in Australia, as well as other energy and resource projects.

The Role:
Primary Deliverable

• Ensure that all offshore transportation, installation and testing activities undertaken on the URF EPCI Contractor’s offshore vessels are conducted according to Company specifications and Approved work procedures / manuals.
• Supervise all facets of the mobilization, transportation, installation and pre-commissioning activities to ensure that schedule, budget and technical requirements are met.
• Ensure that contractual HSE requirements are met or exceeded.

Key Technical Deliverables
ADMINISTRATION:
• Support the Offshore Company Representative at all technical meetings and during reviews of work procedures;
• Provide daily and weekly reporting function towards the Offshore Company Representative.
• Become thoroughly conversant with project documentation, specifications and work procedures.
• Bring to earliest attention of the Offshore Company representative any mobilisation, transportation, installation or pre-commissioning related issues which represent a threat to the URF Package and offer mitigating measures / work plan.

TECHNICAL EXPERTISE:
• Oversee all aspects of mobilisation, transportation, installation and pre-commissioning activities during each shift and ensure industry best-practice principles are applied to the Project.
• Participate in offshore HAZID / ENVID reviews, risk assessments and HSE walk downs, etc.
• Support the Offshore Company Representative in the resolution / co-ordination of all technical queries and Management of Change requests.

ADVICE AND LEADERSHIP
• Provide support to the Offshore Company Representative for technical and team leadership for all aspects of the mobilisation, transportation, installation and pre-commissioning activities.
• Provide support to the Offshore Company Representative for anticipating, identifying and resolving detailed technical issues in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

Personal Attributes

• Provide support to the Offshore Company representative and other members of the URF Installation Group as required.
• Be able to cope with a large number of ongoing activities including the ability to prioritise resolution to areas of highest risk to the Project.
• Be able to work with a wide variety of personnel within Company and with interfacing contractors/sub-contractors to resolve issues and conflicts to achieve the best outcome for the Project.
• Excellent communications skills.

Safety Health and Environment

• Apply passive and inherently safe principles in the handling, transport, installation and testing activities of the offshore equipment.
• Conduct all activities in a safe and efficient manner in accordance with the Company policies and procedures.
• Ensuring the welfare of personnel and the protection of assets and the environment at all times.
• Actively participate in Contractor/Company Safety programs and training as required.
• Participate in the Contractor/Company safety performance program.
• Promote HSE aspects during the preparation and execution of the mobilisation, offshore installation and pre-commissioning activities.
• Support, promote and comply with the Ichthys Project Health, Safety and Environment Charter – Best in Industry HSE Culture.
• Personally commit to the HSE Culture Standards (Follow the rules), Communication (Speak up), Risk Management (Be mindful) and Involvement (Get involved).
• Complete an annual Personal Safety Commitment Statement that identifies and documents the HSE actions and behaviors that ‘I will’ exhibit and those ‘I will not’.

Teamwork
• Proactively adhere to and promote the Contractor/Company workplace values and behaviors exercising tolerance and respect for diversity.
• Develop strong teamwork with project personnel.
• Work closely with EPCI Contractor’s personnel.
• Ability to work both in an Offshore and Onshore office-based environment

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Tertiary schooling qualifications.
• Previous experience in installation of deep water subsea structures, flexibles, umbilicals flying leads installation, mooring installation, pre-commissioning of flowline and umbilical systems, as required for the specific vessel assigned to.
• Working knowledge in following areas: Transportation and installation of subsea flexibles, umbilicals and structures; Tie-in spools and well jumper installation; Pre-commissioning of subsea systems.
• High awareness of safe working practices with regards to offshore installation and pre-commissioning vessel operations.
• Excellent written and spoken communication skills (English);
• Computer literate.
• 5 years+ experience in general Offshore installation activities within the Oil and Gas industry as required for the assigned vessel operations in the fields listed below (all diverless operations):
• Pipelay activities (rigid tie-in spool / well jumper installation);
• Transportation and installation
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