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  • Job reference: RMS0127000

Operations Coach - Electrical

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Azerbaijan
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 14/06/2013
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (21/06/13)
This vacancy has now expired.
The Role:
Technician
Carry out repairs, critical and non critical breakdowns, on electrical equipment. Record details in Maintenance database and report to Maintenance Supervisor. Assist with planned maintenance and small construction tasks. Identify any equipment clashes whilst maximising plant efficiencies and ensure that all tasks are carried out safely, efficiently and in accordance with the platform's safe system of work.

Principle Accountabilities
Planning
1 Decide daily work schedule and agree with Maintenance Supervisor. Prepare quality permit applications in accordance with the agreed platform priorities.

Work Site Activity
2 Execute daily work schedules, taking work site decisions so as to achieve a high standard of work and to minimise impact on platform performance targets. Carry out work in a safe, efficient and diligent manner in accordance with platform procedures and accepted industry practice and, on completion, return work site to a safe and clean condition.
3 Provide quality technical advice and support to other disciplines and supervisors.

Personal/Team Performance Measurement and Improvement
4 Assess and seek ways of improving personal performance and participate in regular performance reviews with supervisor. Maintain own skills and demonstrate personal competence in line with platform and industry guidelines (technical and HSE). Highlight training needs and statutory course requirements when necessary.
5 Assist and coach colleagues in own and other disciplines in all aspects of repairs.
6 Enhance platform performance (commercial, technical and HSE) by identifying and communicating ideas for continuous improvement.

Communication and Information
7 Provide quality information concerning aspects of work supervisors and colleagues including those who may not have core skills in own discipline.
8 Active participation in safety briefings and toolbox talks.

Emergency Response
9 Perform Emergency Response duties as defined in the ERP and company standards.

Coach
The role of the Operations Discipline Coach is to work with Operations Discipline Advisors, TTE-P Instructors and others to effectively support the development of graduate technicians from the foundation training program. The goal of this effort is for the graduate technicians to complete the required generic training, plus develop skills and competencies required to progress from K2 to J1 level in approximately one year.

While the primary role of the Operations Discipline Coach (ODC) is to coach and assess the technicians to CMAS standards, they also play an important role in the design, development and implementation of the entire Post Foundation Training Program (PFTP).

Key responsibilities of the Operations Discipline Coaches can be summarized as follows:
1. Working with the ODA’s and TTE-P instructors:
a. Define and develop training requirements and methods for each element to support technician development and preparation for assessments
b. Participate in planning and scheduling meetings – training and assessment schedules.
c. Resource effective training materials and work with the PFTP Project Coordinator to include these in our document management system.
d. Measure and track technician performance and other activities related to program development and implementation.
e. Imbed the use of Technician Log Books & Trip Objectives, team weekly reports and individual progress reports
f. Develop strong positive working relationships with Sangachal staff in support of using the terminal for technician training, coaching and assessments – work with Superintendents, the planning team and others to effectively integrate our training, coaching and assessment activities plus identify opportunities or work we can do to help the Sangachal team while progressing our technicians
g. Identify and order or obtain tools, kit and equipment needed in the workshop and at Sangachal for training and assessment activities.
h. Write and develop training plans to meet PF training needs and profile.
i. Will be discipline expert sharing knowledge to trainees of maintenance methods and systems on Sangachal terminal
j. Work with, Support and co-ordinate technicians when opportunities for integration of trainees into maintenance on ST arise.
2. Coach and Assess the technicians on elements defined for the program to the CMAS Standards.
3. As a Leader in HSE ensure key HSE management systems and principles are imbedded in the technicians before site assignment. Some examples:
a. Ensure CoW procedures are understood and followed
b. Ensure daily tool box talks are happening – periodically participate and recognize individuals for good contributions and help the group to be effective
c. Conduct regular Safety Observation Conversations with constructive feedback and follow up where required
d. Re-enforce the value of BOSS with regular activities in place to recognize results.
e. Attend regular safety meetings – support topics and positively re-enforce individuals participation
f. Support safety committee for the PFTP groups providing input to this group to define activities including topics for safety meetings, safety objectives, performance measures and reporting, incident report shared learning’s, process safety understanding and integrate safety activities with the foundation training program where appropriate
g. Reinforce technician understanding and their personal impact and responsibility for Process Safety.
h. Effectively respond and address any safety issues observed or concerns raised by the technicians
4. Provide honest and constructive feedback to each technician after each assessment on their development progress. Summary of progress to be recorded and any concerns or issues relating to technician technical, safety or behaviour development are to be recorded and reported to ODA’s. ODA’s as line managers of the technicians are expected to address such personnel issues and will need to work very closely with the support of the ODC’s to effectively manage such issues.
5. Support the development of Instructors (TTE-P Staff), Programs & Procedures with the intent of having them become more capable in delivering training required for the Post Foundation Training Program. Some examples include:
a. Documentum
b. CoW standards including ISSOW
c. Maximo
d. Performing and Area authority standards and qualifications
e. CMAS Assessor
f. E-warehouse light
6. Working with ODA’s and Instructors, identify opportunities for improvement in the Foundation Training Program. The ODA’s will bring recommendations through the Post Foundation Training Program TL who will work directly with the training provider (TTE-P) to address recommendations.
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