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  • Job reference: RMS0120224

Offshore Installation Manager

  • Sector: Engineering
  • Location: Houston
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 28/03/2013
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (04/04/13)
This vacancy has now expired.
The Company:
Our client an international operator are currently seeking a Offshore Installation Manager, DTU to join the Operation Group on their development team.

The Role:
Participate as Operations representative in design, construction, commissioning of DTU. Manage daily operation and activities at the DTU in the Field.
This position initially base in Houston but as the project moves forward it will be located at the project site.

Key Responsibilities and Tasks

Development and Construction phase:
Participate as Operations representative in the detailed design phase, including design review, adding constructive and relevant operational experience to the project.
Ensure that personnel safety and process safety is sufficiently included in the design and fulfilling the ALARP principles.
Ensure that design includes for an environmental sound and energy efficient operation fulfilling the requirements for low discharge and emissions.
Participate in relevant reviews such as HAZOP, HAZID, ALARP and QRA updates.
Participate in supervision of construction, testing and commissioning work at the construction site as part of the site team.
Participate in FAT (Factory Acceptance Test) at vendors facilities as required, ensure that complete documentation and reporting of testing activities and parameters are available including punch items.
Review and commenting of the commissioning procedures, including interfaces.
Participate in final commissioning and testing of DTU and interfaces before handover to Operation.
Prepare Start up program and ensure coordination with Start up program for FPSO.
Participate in Start up reviews.
Ensure that proper punch list is being developed including required documentation, participate in punch meetings as required.
Participate in preparation of Operational and Safety procedures before start up and ensure that these are aligned with Maersk Standards and where applicable bridges into FPSO Procedures.
Participate in preparation of Maintenance and Integrity Program and ensure that they fullfill there purpose for a high uptime and a high integrity standard in line with Maersk Standards.

Operational Phase:
Positioned on DTU (28/28 rotation)
Act as Companies responsible for all activities on-board DTU
Responsible for Permit to Work system
Daily communication with Company representative on-board FPSO to discuss safety, operation in general, coming well operations and any issues of concern.
Ensure that DTU and wells are operated safe and efficient in line with Company procedures and standards.
Monitor uptime and production efficiency
Monitor buoyancy and stability of DTU
Act as overall responsible in case of any emergency on-board DTU
Continuously monitor safety performance and standard on-board.
Monitor well interventions and drilling operations.
Continuously monitor maintenance performance, back log, use of spares, stock of spares, general condition and integrity of equipment.
Ensure that safety is always is of priority and in line with ”Incident Free”

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Engineering degree
5-8 years of experience from DTU/TLP operation or similar from fixed installations, preferably worked as OIM.
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