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  • Job reference: RMS0136664

Shutdown Crane Operations & Materials Coordinator

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Perth
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 20/02/2014
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The Role:
An opportunity is available for a Shutdown Crane Operations & Materials Movement Coordinator who is responsible for the planning and offshore management of all equipment lifts, material movements and lay-down areas associated with the project 2014 Shutdown. As part of pre-planning processes for the shutdown, and in conjunction with relevant departments, the Coordinator is responsible for the development of space management plot plans detailing materials and equipment lay-down areas for all facilities.

·The Coordinator will liaise with Shutdown Management and Implementation teams as required to ensure all aspects of material movements are appropriately planned and executed, and meet the quality and safety expectations of company.
·The Coordinator will work closely with all other shutdown functional groups to ensure the highest degree of integrated planning is achieved prior to execution, taking into consideration existing business practices where ever possible.
·The Coordinator will utilise existing approved processes and standards.
·This position is responsible to manage deck personnel across all facilities during the execution phase of the Shutdown to ensure a coordinated approach is achieved to meet schedule requirements in a safe and timely manner. As part of the Coordinator’s scope, participation in schedule reviews relevant to simultaneous crane activities is required.
·The Coordinator is required to liaise with each of the Shutdown team functional groups to ensure all platform lifts and boat operations are completed in a safe manner and in line with the Crane Operators Competence systems using Offshore Safety Procedures.
·Responsible for daily pre-start meetings for deck crew and development of relevant JHA’s, the Coordinator will ensure preparation, management and implementation of all work permits for crane operations together with scheduling priorities as agreed at daily planning meetings.
·Coordinates with Discipline Engineers, Planners and Materials Coordinators to undertake efficient, safe completion of work scope:

Maintain a high standard of housekeeping in line with offshore procedures. Work in hazardous and or contaminated areas under controlled permit to work regulations;
· Identify conflicting work fronts between work groups where hazards may occur;
· Liaise with Heli-admin and monitor helicopter movements to plan critical crane activities.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
· Must exhibit effective communication and people management skills
· Competent in control of deck operation management
· Proven knowledge of lifting and rigging regulations and statutory requirements
· Certificate of Competency in Rigging (Advanced)
· Successfully completed a rigging verification of competency to Australian Standards and a supervisor’s verification of competency
· Willing to work an offshore rotation and shift system and/or an onshore standby and call-out system
· Current Offshore Survival Certification (HUET)
· Must be able to work flexibly as part of a team
· Proven supervisory skills in a multi-discipline construction works environment

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
· Minimum 10 years experience in major offshore oil and gas construction works
· Past experience with executing oil and gas facility shutdowns
· Must be able to work in multi-discipline large project team environment
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