Orion Group is Looking for an Offshore Operations Lead

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Job Title: Offshore Operations Lead

Job Description:

• To ensure proper monitoring of all preparatory activities for mobilization of vessels on due time with offshore campaign schedule.

• To provide onshore assistance during offshore operations (first onshore point of contact for CPY Representatives onboard Vessels), and be in charge of gathering all daily reports and subsequent analyses of construction/installation progress.

• To advise on any events influencing the general planning of operations, and participate in finding ways to manage the changes caused under the responsibility of his hierarchy.

• With the support of URF Marine, Diving & HSE Leader, get local work authorization and permits required for the execution of the ABSHERON UFR scope.

• To support URF Marine Leader for the follow-up of the local vessels selection process and the management of the Vessels Compliance Dossier.

• To support URF Project Eng. for the follow-up of Vessels suitability survey by MWS, and proper monitoring of punches clearance on due time for URF Offshore operations.

• To ensure proper coordination between CPY Representative at BOSSHELF for In-country fabrication and URF Mobilization Eng., thus with accurate monitoring of installation schedule and associated constraints.

• To ensure management of URF Roster for Offshore operational personnel onboard vessels.

• To support the elaboration and ensure readiness / approval of SIMOPS/COMOPS/Co-Activities Dossiers in accordance with URF CTR Offshore Operations sequence.

• Promote HSE values and ensure compliancy with HSEQ management system.

• To comply with HSE requirements.

• Remain accountable for demonstrating an exemplary behaviour with regard to HSE rules and requirements and for ensuring their implementation within his/her scope of responsibility.

• Assist reporting during all phases and more particularly the close-out report.

• To assist liaising daily with all UFR CPY Representatives onboard Vessels and on SITE (when applicable).

• To assist managing and follow the day to day activities of the vessels, monitor the progress.

• To assist coordinating the planning of the operations with associated marine spread and equipment.

• To assist coordinating the preparation of the offshore operations.

• To assist coordinating onshore assistance during marine operations.

• To assist follow the fabrication progress, load out and sail away of equipment.

• To support the URF Interface Leader for proper coordination with TOPSIDE package and DRILLING (if applicable) the needs, anticipate the issues and avoid the interferences.

• To support the “SIMOPS Coordinator” for identification of interfering activities (SIMOPS/COMOPS), review of the COMOPS/SIMOPS dossier and follow its validation on due time for URF offshore operations.

• Assess offshore changes (management of change procedure) with UFR Lead Installation.

• To coordinate the set up, management of the CPY UFR onshore and offshore personnel mobilization plan.

• To coordinate, with the support of Project Assistante, the logistic of the CPY UFR offshore personnel and the materiel.

• To coordinate with the support of HSE Leader the readiness of CPY UFR offshore personnel in terms of “HSE Passport” (BOSIET, STW…).

• To participate to HAZID/HIRA and coordinate with Operating Company for organization of ARO/RLO (if any).

• To report Anomalies or Situations at Risk and encourage positive initiative to HSE.

• To support and enforce the HSE Project objectives and directives.

• To support and implement the Project HSE management system (plans, procedure and specifications).

• To monitor the implementation of safety procedures and working practices by Contractor.

• To Comply with the HSE Training required for his position.

Contact emails: 

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