Trainor Asia Ltd
Updated: May 18 2012
||Logistics Coordinator, Materials Management
||Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Closed - No longer accepting applications
Title: Offshore Materials and Logistics Coordinator
Location: Sarawak, Malaysia
Duration: 8 months to 1 year
Start Date: Late June to early July 2012
Work Schedule: 28/28 days rotation. Travel days will be paid.
Offshore Materials Controllers will have a minimum 5 years prior experience in the offshore materials controller position. Work experience in the Malaysian offshore environment is an advantage.
Job Description (Roles & Responsibilities)
- Liaise with Offshore Drilling Supervisor regarding current & forthcoming operations. Discuss, agree & formulate a forward logistics plan pertaining to forthcoming materials & personnel requirements & associated timings. This requirement is minimum once daily.
- Liaise with Contractor OIM, Barge Engineer, Camp Boss & Storeman regarding rig requirements (rig equipment, food, fuel, water, etc) & tie in timings with above.
- Liaise with Mud Engineer & Barge Engineer regarding well requirements for mud, chemicals, brine, barite, bentonite, etc & tie in timings with above after discussing & agreeing with Offshore Drilling Supervisor.
- Liaise with Cementing Engineer & Barge Engineer regarding well requirements for cement & tie in timings with above after discussing & agreeing with Offshore Drilling Supervisor.
- Formulate forward plan for all of above giving due consideration to rig location, vessel & rig available deck space, transit time from supplier premises to onshore marine supply base & vessel sailing time.
- Update daily look-ahead with personnel & materials requirements
- Make maximum optimisation of available helicopter seats to minimise costs associated with ad-hoc helicopter flights.
- Check loadlist received via email from Onshore Materials Supervisor for any omissions for forthcoming requirements. Advise as necessary.
- Check outbound manifest & vendor delivery tickets once received by email to ensure all forthcoming requirements are met. Discuss with Offshore Drilling Supervisor if in doubt. Print copies of manifest & provide to Barge Engineer, Crane Operator & deck crew foreman. Discuss with Barge Engineer / Crane Operator to ensure space is available on the rig to receive all required materials. Prioritise in conjunction with Offshore Drilling Supervisor, 3rd party representatives & Barge Engineer if necessary.
- Create Equipment Upload List, print & give copies to Barge Engineer, Crane Operator & deck crew foreman.
- Receive & document onto Rental Register all 3rd party rental equipment when vessel arrives at offshore location. Cross reference equipment received with ships manifest. Advise Onshore Materials Supervisor & Offshore Drilling Supervisor of any errors / omissions.
- Physically check 3rd party rental equipment to ensure correct equipment has been received. Involve associated 3rd party offshore representatives if necessary & supply same with any vendor manifests if required. Advise Onshore Materials Supervisor & Offshore Drilling Supervisor of any discrepancies & arrange replacements via air or sea, depending on importance & time required.
- Perform regular deck walkarounds to identify any equipment (rental or consignment) that may be backloaded.
- Ensure that any rental equipment (particularly high cost rental) is returned to shore in a timely manner in order to minimise exposure to rental costs.
- Start creating Vessel Inbound Manifest using information from Backload List.
- After vessel departure from location, update Rental Register showing equipment backloaded.
- Compile Backload List and disseminate to Barge Engineer, Crane Operator & deck crew foreman.
- Advise Crane Operator & deck crew foreman of any IMDG Dangerous Goods by Sea & provide stickers showing correct class numbers. Relay importance of the utilisation of stickers & ensure they are applied to the correct units.
- Advise receiving marine base, Onshore Materials Supervisor & harbour port authority of any IMDG classes 1 or 7, giving 24 hours faxed pre-notification (if vessel sailing times allow. For shorter sailing times please allow as much time as possible).
- Ensure that MSDS sheets are sent from the installation with relevant cargo manifests.
- Ensure that waste notes are completed & sent for any waste sent to shore.
- After departure of vessel from location, email manifest to Onshore Materials Supervisor.
- Attend & participate in daily morning conference calls with Offshore Drilling Supervisor.
- Attend & participate in daily offshore 3rd party operations meetings.
- Attend weekly rig safety meetings.
- Encourage, promote & if necessary coach personnel in the importance of legislation adherence & best safety practices.
- Keep in regular & close contact with Offshore Drilling Supervisor, discuss & amend all logistical & material requirements as the drilling operation dictates.
- Create & maintain accurate records of materials received & dispatched (delivery notes sent & received).
- Ensure that any associated paperwork sent with cargo includes clear instructions detailing owner and delivery location.
- Create & maintain accurate records of shipping & air manifests.
- Keep records of all lifting equipment certificates received.
- Keep records of all inspection certificates received.
- Ensure that all CCU's on the installation are within test date. Arrange for replacements if required and return those that are approaching expiry date.
- Track & ensure efficient return of 3rd party rental equipment received & dispatched in order to minimise rental costs.
- Create & maintain accurate records of waste sent to shore.
- Ensure that operator HSE policies and industry best practices are adhered to. Coaching of deck crew may be required as necessary.
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