Company: BP
Skills: Captain / Master, Ships Mate / Officer
Education: High School/Secondary
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: Aberdeen/Dyce, United Kingdom
No location/work authorization restrictions found.

Role synopsis

As a core member of the Marine Operations team, the Post Holder will report to the Marine Team Leader and be accountable for the safe and efficient operation of marine and utility systems in compliance with Company policies. Health, Safety and Environmental programmes are key to a successful operation. The individual will be expected to actively support and contribute to the implementation of such activities. This role also requires safe and efficient response to Marine and utility related alarms and shutdowns and the demonstration of being a good team player. The work pattern will be the North Sea rota pattern of 3 weeks on/ 4 weeks off - 3 weeks on/5 weeks off.Key accountabilities
  • Control of work
  • Issuing of marine permits
  • Facilitate Level 2 Risk Assessments
  • Verifies and authorises all LRPs, Permits, IDPs in agreed and weeks 3/4 plan
  • Liaise with Ops planner and support with permit and IDP prep
  • Co-ordinates Permit and IDP prep for Major CAP work scope - (Tank outage/hose changeout/Remedials)
  • General eCOW housekeeping
  • Issues dayshift LRPs (end of shift)
  • Assist with isolation cross check
  • Vied agreed update
  • Work with Marine Team Leader with requests for support for Permit/IDP prep
  • IRIS/eCOW/eMOC actions
  • Communicate and implement BP and Glen Lyon HSE policies, site standards and objectives and contributing to HSE performance, as a position holder and an individual.
  • Act as a role model for commitment to health, safety and the environment.
  • Complete HSE audits per schedule requirements.
  • Contribute and Lead on Continuous Improvement.
  • Actively pursue HSE, cost saving and production efficiency improvements
  • Plan, co-ordinate and control the operation of the vessel storage facilities during periods of tank entry for inspection purposes.
  • As an appointed Area Authority authorise any work on or below the vessel decks, over the side of the FPSO or in and around the accommodation area as per uCOW standard.
  • Lead team safety meetings and advocate an exemplary safety culture within the team.
Essential Education
  • STCW 2010 Deck Class II/I with DCE (Oil / Gas)
Essential experience and job requirements
  • Thoroughly conversant with relevant legislation, guidelines and codes as applicable to vessel operational
  • Full understanding of the hazards and controls involved in vessel operations and tanker operations
  • Area Authority experience
Desirable criteria & qualifications
  • Thoroughly conversant with relevant legislation, guidelines and codes as applicable to vessel operational
  • Full understanding of the risks and controls involved in vessel operations, terminal and tanker operations
  • Experience of dynamic and static measurement of oil quantities, oil stocks and shipping documentation