Company: Transocean
Skills: Inventory Control, Materials Management
Education: High School/Secondary
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: Cayman Islands
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Offshore Maintenance Group

Transocean is focused on being the employer of choice for the drilling industry.

We are challenging ourselves every day to push the performance of the company through technological advances and passion for our work.

Job Summary

- Coordinate the rig's materials requisitions, organize and control the warehouse, and maintain the warehouse inventory levels within established guidelines
- Ensure that warehouse activities are carried out in a safe and prudent manner

Job Description

REPORTING: Reports to the OIM, Chief Engineer or Maintenance Supervisor

SUPERVISION: Supervises the Materials Coordinator, Assistant Materials Coordinator and Materials Trainee

PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS: - High school diploma or equivalent. Rig-based work experience and demonstrated ability of oral and written communication may be substituted in lieu of formal education. - Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates - Basic computer skills


Materials and Inventory Control:

- Secure the warehouse at all times and restrict access to non-authorized personnel - Authority I

- Receive materials into the warehouse stock and issue parts to departments as needed - Authority I -

Liaise with department heads in the preparation of materials requisitions for all parts and equipment; focus on planning to minimize urgent orders; forward approved requisitions to the shore base office - Authority II

- Maintain accurate records of received and outstanding requisitions and cargo manifests. Track the progress of Purchase Orders - Authority I

- Maintain adequate stock levels of equipment spares and consumables to facilitate the continuous operation of the unit - Authority I

- Prepare periodic reports for the Rig Manager and shore-based Materials Manager as required - Authority I

- Perform cyclical inventory of stock and maintain the physical inventory in the warehouse - Authority I

- Review regularly obsolete and surplus parts and advise Rig Supervisors for follow up - Authority II

- Use the computerized system to maintain an accurate inventory of all materials stored on the rig - Authority I

- Prepare manifest for all equipment dispatched from the rig either by sea or by air - Authority II

- Check for discrepancies in materials received against delivery notes and outward manifest. Issue Procurement Incident Report for incorrect items - Authority I

- Assist department heads in establishing a realistic minimum/maximum warehouse stock of all shut-down or critical items - Authority II

- Provide Fixed Asset Register information to department heads - Authority I

- Ensure that all hazardous and non-hazardous wastes are correctly labeled and packaged prior to shipment ashore - Authority I


- 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 - Ensure that 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

- Actively participate in the weekly meetings, FOCUS Improvement Process, and all other Company safety management systems - Authority I

- Report any incidents, potential hazards or abnormal situations to supervisor and other department heads - Authority I

- Respond to emergency situations as designated on station bill - Authority I

- Ensure that cleanliness and housekeeping of warehouse area is maintained at a suitable standard - Authority I

Personnel: -

- Meet the training requirements according to the applicable training matrix - Authority I

- Participate fully in the company's 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 and train the Materials Coordinator and Assistant Materials Coordinator - Authority I

- Promote and maintain an effective working relationship and communication with other departments, shore-based materials department, third-party personnel and Client representatives - Authority I

- Make recommendations for promotion or disciplinary action up to and including discharge - Authority II

If you want to push yourself to great achievement, let Transocean develop your career.

No matter where in the world Transocean people are working, we are all pioneers at heart. We don’t shrink from challenges. They inspire us. Which is why we’ve been a company of firsts since our inception. Although we come from different countries, cultures and backgrounds, we’re united by our shared pursuit of excellence. We value the different perspectives represented throughout our organization, recognizing that our people are our most valuable asset. 


In today’s competitive environment, when Transocean has asked our employees to embrace a performance culture that requires us to constantly seek improvement no matter how productive we are, our team has risen to the occasion. And in fact, they are changing the way we operate. If you are motivated by a work environment that consistently challenges you, one where you can have an impact that is felt on every rig and on the bottom lines of both Transocean and our customers, we encourage you to browse our available positions below and at


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