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Offshore Installation Manager

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Onshore - Bangkok
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 10/07/2013
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The Role:
Nationality: Thai
Location: Offshore

An experienced Mechanical Engineer is required for offshore operations in the Gulf of
His/Her duties will primarily comprise the operation and maintenance of :‐
• 3 times 2.8Mw Caterpillar crude burning generator drivers.
• Crude fuel treatment plant.
• Electrically powered centrifugal oil export and water disposal pumps.
• Cranes.
• Well heads, valves and process pipework .
• All other ancillary mechanical equipment associated with the production and treatment of crude oil and associated water.

- The responsible person will also assume the role and responsibilities of Offshore Installation Manager in addition to the above duties. As such he will be responsible for the safety and integrity of the entire offshore installation, and the safety and welfare of all on board, including any third parties present on the facility.
- This position is primarily offshore based, working a 2 weeks on 2 weeks off cycle, although it may also be necessary to spend occasional time in the Bankok Head Office.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
- The candidate should ideally be aged 35 plus, and have proven leadership qualities, in view the OIM role.
- Previous offshore experience, and acting in an OIM role, would be of great benefit, although training will be provided to an otherwise suitable candidate without offshore experience.
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