Primary purpose of job
To supervise offshore construction operations, new project works, maintenance and
shutdown support to QP offshore facilities utilizing workboat based contractor
responsible for all services provided
by the Marine department to the customer utilising contractor supplied vessel,
personnel and equipment.
2. Prepare all Work permits, Plan scope work, supervises and directs multidisciplined
contractor work force during construction , engineering projects and
shutdown support activities on QP offshore complexes and remote locations
adhering to all safety rules and regulations, meeting QP and international codes
3. Provides in depth technical advice to customers on repair strategies during
emergency support requirements to bring systems back online and minimise any
loss of production. Capable of organising work force to provide continuous
support in implementing repairs on live production stations.
4. Responsible for all crane operations and lifting activities ensuring compliance
with QP lifting regulations and guidelines on heavy lifts. Evaluate and carry out
HAZOP studies for all critical lifting operations. Focal point for all joint
operations (SIMOPS) when involved with drilling rigs, diving vessels or live
production station support.
5. Communicates and liaises with other QP department personnel in particular with
inspection personal for all sort of construction work, Offshore Installation
Supervisors advising on work scopes, site access and preparation requirements
for construction activities and hot works.
Responsible for administration of all aspects of contract ensuring compliance
with terms and conditions. Monitors contractors services, reviewing and
accepting submission for reimbursing contractor for services provided.
7. Compiles site survey report, daily and monthly report detailing work activities &
progress status, completion documentation and as built packages for all scopes
of work undertaken by the contractor ensuring full compliance with QP
engineering requirements and standards.
8. Conducts audits of on-board equipment, reports any defective construction or
marine equipment and applies penalty deduction notification for contract
9. Coordinates all vessel movements with master to ensure efficient utilisation for
support services. Advises on future locations for planning of mooring
requirements to position vessel for optimum support to construction crew.
Experience & Skills
A minimum of 10 years supervisory experience in offshore construction operations with a high level of knowledge in the
trade disciplines involved including piping, structural, welding, scaffolding, rigging and painting operations. Familiar with
inspection requirements and techniques for welding and piping system pressure testing. Clear understanding of
international codes and standards applicable to construction works in the oil and gas industry. Experience in crane
operations from floating platforms and conversant with marine requirements. In depth knowledge of safety procedures for
all offshore construction operations such as hot works, vessel entry and working on live production stations.
HNC or equivalent technical qualification in Mechanical or Structural Engineering is
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