POSITION: Hull Preservation Team Leader
REPORTS TO: Manager, Rig Condition Assessments
DEPARTMENT: Upgrade and Repair Projects
LOCATION: Houston (HQS) with travel required to operating field locations as necessary.
Manage the Hull Preservation Surveys (HPS) program and schedule. To carry out unbiased assessment reports of company assets as required. Provide a schedule for the rigs to be assessed for the current and upcoming year. Schedule Transocean personnel and 3rd Party contractors to perform the assessments on board the rigs. Work with rig management to ensure each rig is prepared for team to work on the rig. Review all assessment reports prior to publishing to operations. Review assessment findings to determine trends and provide action plans for eliminating reoccurrence of common issues.
Schedule and organize HPS with rig operations, projects and RCA management.
Provide leadership to the assessment leaders to ensure consistency in assessment and reporting.
Review reports and rig condition scorecards for consistency.
Review assessment findings to determine trends and develop plans to ensure common issues/trends are not repeated.
Liaise with Houston Engineering, Technical Field Support, or HPS Specialist to address any queries or special needs that arise during the assessment.
Provide month end man days per rig and other requested cost details to RCA Manager.
Demonstrate commitment to company safety policies through leadership and guidance.
Schedule and lead pre survey conference calls with RMA, Rig Teams, 3rd party and RCA team members.
Report any incidents, potential hazards or abnormal situations to RCA management.
Appraise, mentor, develop and train personnel in the group in conjunction with RCA manager to ensure they are competent to work at their next job level.
DEFINITION OF AUTHORITY
Authority I To act.
Authority II To act but inform the person to whom he reports to and other interested parties.
Authority III To consult before acting.
Note: The above is not a complete list of duties but a guide as tasks and objectives can change on needs.
EDUCATION: Engineering degree or equivalent maintenance training and related experience in lieu of formal education.
EXPERIENCE: Minimum 5 years experience in offshore or industrial maintenance.
SKILLS: Computer knowledge, office applications, strong oral and written communication skills
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Team builder and leadership to move world-wide effort effectively.
SUPERVISION: Directly: 8-10 individuals.
BUDGETS: Provide rig management budget for assessment based on rig schedule for current budget year.
INGENUITY: High level of ingenuity is required to constantly improve the efficiency of Hull assessments while maintaining standards.
DECISION MAKING: Decision making ability to minimize cost to company while mobilizing a large number
of assessors; maximizing the number of assessments each year while managing the
changing schedules associated with normal rig operations.
Employment Type: PERMANENT