The Marine Engineer is responsible for managing matters relating to marine and cargo operations, providing active support to existing and future marine operations. Below you can find more detailed responsibilities:
Review the marine-related Management of Change processes.
Ensure the marine-related Manuals are up to date.
Provide expertise and technical support for marine systems related issues.
Participate in the investigations of marine-related incidents/accidents/equipment failures.
Support any emergencies in the Monaco Emergency Control Center.
Keep updated the stability software for the Units in operation and run the software in the MECC as necessary.
Review and verify the applicability to the Region units of all internal SBM alerts such as GTS Alerts, Safety Alerts, Maintenance Alerts related to the Marine System.
Collaborate with the budget preparations for the units.
Marine Support to the Future Operations and other Company Departments:
Participating in HAZID, HAZOP during the project phase.
Reviewing Operations Manuals before an issue.
Participating in pre-sail away audits in the yards and pre-start-up audits onboard the units for the marine discipline.
Support and provide marine operational experience to all other SBM departments such as the Assets Integrity, Technical Authorities, and the Marine Safety Working Group.
ABS/FLAG and other support:
Assist in maintaining high-level contact with ABS to ensure that the FPSOs fleet 5 years fee agreement and the RRDA agreement are in place allowing an effective day-to-day management by the respective Shorebases.
Maintain high-level contact with BMA allowing an effective day to day coordination by the respective Shorebases of the FPSOs compliance with flag requirements.
Liaising with Classification Society Head Office on behalf of the local Operations Management for requests for exemption, extensions, etc.
Review incoming Rules and Regulations updates, verify applicability to RoW Fleet, and initiate process to get the RoW Fleet to comply with these updates as required.
Keep abreast of technological, market, political, financial, execution, and economic developments in the offshore/shipping/shipbuilding and related industries.
Marine Engineering degree or First Class University Degree and/or Class 1 Steam or Motor Certificate or equivalent qualification and experience.
Experience in offshore operations / FPSO experience and/or Sailing Vessels (Oil Tankers, LNG tankers, etc).
Adequate knowledge of steam plants and all associated components.
Knowledge of stability software is a plus
Process Safety Management knowledge
Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal communications skills
Ability to work effectively with team members of all disciplines
Fluent English (both spoken and written)
Availability to travel to shore bases and offshore sites, as required.