Company: Transocean
Skills: Barge Master
Experience: 2 + Years
Education: High School/Secondary
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
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Offshore Marine 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
- Ensure that all marine aspects of the rig's operations are carried out in accordance to statutory and regulatory controls and guidelines
- Supervise the operation of the marine department to ensure the safe and efficient running of the rig
Job Description

REPORTING: Reports to the Offshore Installation Manager (OIM) SUPERVISION: Supervises the Assistant Barge Supervisor, Ballast Control Operator (BCO), Deck Pusher and Paint Foreman PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS: - High school diploma or equivalent. Work experience and demonstrated ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal education. - Knowledge of all technical calculations required for the safe operation of the marine aspect of the drilling unit - Basic computer skills - Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates Barge Supervisor I • Valid 3rd Mate Unlimited License or Barge Supervisor License • Recommendation by OIM/Rig Manager and supported by recent performance evaluation Barge Supervisor II • Valid 2nd Mate Unlimited License or Barge Supervisor License with 1 year experience • Recommendation by OIM/Rig Manager and supported by recent performance evaluation Barge Supervisor III • Valid Chief Mate Unlimited License or Barge Supervisor License with 2 years experience • Recommendation by OIM/Rig Manager and supported by recent performance evaluation Senior Barge Supervisor • Valid Unlimited Master License or Barge Supervisor License with 3 years experience • Recommendation by OIM/Rig Manager and supported by recent performance evaluation DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Operations/Maintenance: - Monitor the weather conditions and rig motions; advise OIM on conditions likely to affect drilling operations and seaworthiness of the rig - Authority I - Ensure that accurate calculation of load distribution and weights for daily stability reports are maintained - Authority I - Coordinate all helicopter and supply boats traffic; supervise movement of materials and personnel to and from the rig - Authority I - Ensure all navigation equipment is properly maintained and ready for use at all times - Authority I - Monitor quantities of expendables such as fuel, potable water, drill water, etc. - Authority I - Ensure that cranes are in safe working condition - Authority I - Ensure that all safety equipment, including lifeboats and fire-fighting equipment, is maintained in a state of operational readiness at all times - Authority I - Actively participate in the daily operations meeting with the OIM and other rig department heads - Authority I - Operate and maintain the bulk system as required - Authority II - Supervise tests on firefighting equipment, obstacle lighting and audible signals - Authority II - Ensure that all lifting gears are inspected and certified, correctly color coded, maintained and stowed properly - Authority II - Prepare and supervise rig move plans, anchor patterns, and associated mobilization preparations - Authority II - Ensure that daily marine logs are accurate and completed. Forward copies of these reports to the shore-base office - Authority II - Ensure compliance with all Flag State, Classification Society, statutory regulation, and minimum manning requirements - Authority II - Coordinate and supervise periodic inspections of the rig's structure, including hull compartments and critical joints - Authority II - Assist in the effective management of the Rig Maintenance System (RMS) and ensure that all records are properly maintained - Authority II - Supervise the operation and maintenance of pollution control system - Authority II QHSE: - - Incorporate the THINK process into all tasks, whether working alone or as part of a team - Authority I - Participate in the START process - Authority I - Ensure that subordinate personnel are properly trained in the START process - Authority I - Call a Time Out for Safety (TOFS) whenever an unplanned hazard or a change in the expected results is observed - Authority I - Ensure that the Company QHSE policies and other programs are communicated to and understood by all rig personnel - Authority I - Play an active part in the weekly meetings, FOCUS Improvement Program, and all other Company Safety Management Systems - Authority I - Review, understand and become familiar with the rig's safety case - Authority I - Ensure that new arrivals receive a full safety briefing and induction on the rig - Authority I - Ensure that a high standard of hygiene and housekeeping is maintained onboard the rig - Authority I - Coordinate weekly emergency drills along with monitoring and evaluating the deck crew responses - Authority II - Perform assigned duties during emergency situations and emergency protection responses as designated on the station bill - Authority II 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 - Ensure proper and relevant communication with all personnel - Authority I - Conduct on the job (OJT) training for subordinates - Authority I - Maintain discipline onboard and ensure compliance with Company and regulatory disciplinary procedures - Authority I - Recommend promotion or disciplinary action up to and including discharge - Authority I

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