Skills: Subsea Engineer
Education: High School/Secondary
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
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Offshore Maintenance Group
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Supervise the maintenance and repair of all subsea BOP and riser systems, Multiplex electro-hydraulic control systems, and all associated surface equipment and systems
REPORTING: Reports to the Maintenance Supervisor/Chief Engineer or Offshore Installation Manager (OIM) SUPERVISION: Supervises the Subsea Supervisor, Assistant Subsea Supervisor and Subsea Trainee PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS: - High school diploma or equivalent. Work experience and demonstrated ability of oral and written communication may be substituted in lieu of formal education. - Minimum of one year experience working with a Multiplex system - Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates - Knowledge of all technical calculations required for the subsea operation of the drilling unit and basic computer skills DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Operations/Maintenance: - Maintain the Blow Out Preventer (BOP), Diverter, and associated subsea equipment in accordance with the Rig Maintenance System (RMS) guidelines - Authority I - Operate and pressure test the BOP on the surface and on the seabed as required - Authority I - Direct the deck and drill crews in the running and recovery of the BOP and Marine Riser equipment - Authority I - Direct the assembly, installation, and nippling down of the BOP and all well control equipment as required - Authority I - Operate, maintain and repair the subsea BOP control system, i.e. surface BOP or multiplex electro-hydraulic control systems - Authority I - Operate, maintain and test hydraulic connectors. Maintain BOP handling equipment, testing equipment and wellhead equipment - Authority II - Operate and service the bridge cranes and related hoisting equipment. Ensure that the drill string compensator is serviced as required - Authority I - Ensure that the riser pipe system is serviced and tested as required. Operate and maintain the diverter system and the running and handling tools - Authority I - Assist in running/testing the wellhead, casing hangers and seal assemblies. Operate and maintain wellhead running/retrieval test tools - Authority II - Ensure that the required riser tensioning pressure is set to comply with the mud weight in use. Monitor and maintain the riser guideline and pod line tensioners - Authority I - Maintain accurate daily log sheets relevant to the subsea equipment. - Authority I - Maintain records of BOP and associated equipment tests - Authority I - Maintain records of inspection and certification of subsea equipment - Authority I - Ensure that an adequate supply of spares is maintained to fulfill maintenance requirements and facilitate a safe and efficient operation - Authority I - Maintain records of ton-miles on wire ropes. Slip and cut according to the agreed program - Authority II - Ensure that Supervisor is informed of any issues relating to the subsea equipment that may affect the safe and efficient running of operations - Authority I - Ensure that the permit to work system is in place and followed - Authority I - Liaise with the marine department prior to moving the BOP and marine riser package in consideration of the rig's stability - Authority II - Assist in supplying information for maintenance and repair budget - Authority II - Assist in communicating equipment problems or breakdown with Field Support group and equipment vendor - Authority II QHSE: - - Incorporate the THINK planning process into all tasks, whether working alone or as part of a team - Authority I - Participate daily in START Process - Authority I - Apply START Monitoring during the execution of planned tasks - Authority I - Ensure subordinate personnel are properly trained to perform START observations and monitoring - Authority I - Call a Time Out for Safety (TOFS) whenever an unplanned hazard or a change in the expected results is observed - Authority I - Demonstrate commitment to Company safety policies through leadership and guidance - Authority I - Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements for environmental protection - Authority I - Actively participate in weekly safety meetings and pre-tour meetings as required - Authority I - Report any incidents, potential hazards or abnormal situations to the Supervisor and other department heads - Authority I - Prepare Safety Analysis for hazardous situations - Authority II - Ensure that a high standard of hygiene and housekeeping is maintained onboard the rig - Authority I Personnel: - - Meet the training requirements according to the applicable training matrix - Authority I - Participate fully in the annual performance appraisal process - Authority I - Mentor, develop and train crew members to ensure that they are competent to work at their next job level - Authority II - Supervise, instruct and train the Subsea Supervisor and the Assistant Subsea Supervisor - Authority I - Ensure that all subordinates have the necessary skills and experience to fulfill their assigned tasks in a safe and efficient manner - Authority I - Recommend promotion or disciplinary action up to and including discharge - Authority I - Maintain discipline onboard and ensure compliance with Company disciplinary procedures - Authority I
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