Company: Transocean
Skills: Ships Mate / Officer
Education: High School/Secondary
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: Houston, Texas, United States

In order to apply for this position, applicants MUST meet the following criteria. If your resume does not match these criteria, you will not be able to apply for this position.
     


Offshore Marine Group
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Job Summary
- Provide effective control over the vessel's marine operations with due regard for safety of personnel, maintenance of vessel equipment and protection of the environment.
- Provide marine support for the effective day to day industrial operation of the vessel
Job Description

REPORTING: Reports to the MASTER / OIM SUPERVISION: Supervises the 2nd Mate, 3rd Mate, Senior Dynamic Positioning Operators, DPOs, Crane Operators and Deck Pushers 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 vessel - Basic computer skills - Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates for area of operation - Lifeboatman Certificate DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Operations/Maintenance: - Ensure strict compliance with local/international laws relating to the vessel's operation, and current environmental/pollution regulations - Authority I - Oversee the maintenance of deck, firefighting, life-saving, and lifting equipment, including vessel's exterior - Authority I - Ensure materials and equipment loaded on board are safely stowed, secured and labeled according to Regulatory requirements - Authority I - Ensure that the vessel is seaworthy at all times and operated in accordance with guidelines in the Marine Operations Manual - Authority I - Maintain safety and security of the vessel, watertight integrity, loading and storage of consumables, safe operation of supply vessels or helicopters or other operations within the 500m zone - Authority I - Partake in the daily operations meeting as the Marine department head with the MASTER / OIM and other department heads - Authority I - Ensure that the vessel is maintained within normal safe limits of intact and damage stability, shear stress and bending moments - Authority I - Ensure the vessel's navigational equipment is maintained, fully functional, and that testing and calibration is carried out in accordance with Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) regulations - Authority I - Plan and execute the various stages of vessel moves and anchor handling operations between drilling locations and port - Authority II - Ensure marine/deck findings from regulatory agency inspections are closed out properly. - Authority II - Maintain the vessel's deck logbook, and other vessel documents as directed - Authority II - Ensure bridge watches are maintained in a professional and orderly manner with due regard for international law and the rules of good seamanship - Authority II - Understudy the MASTER / OIM and deputize when he/she is indisposed - Authority II - Supervise the 2nd and 3rd Mate's activities, perform the duties of a DPO when required - Authority II - Assist the MASTER / OIM during rig moves and anchor handling operations between drilling locations and in ports - Authority II - In relation to the vessel's trim and stability requirements, communicate with the Maintenance Supervisor regarding the disposition, loading, ordering and use of fuel, potable and drill water - Authority II - Capable of performing DP incident investigation - Authority II - Capable of planning, executing, and leading DP trials and drills including black out recovery - Authority II HSE: - - 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 compliance with environmental protection requirements as specified by Company policies, flag state and coastal authority regulations - Authority I - Ensure that the Company HSE policies and other programs are communicated to and understood by all personnel - Authority I - Play an active part in the weekly meetings, FOCUS Improvement Program, and all other Company safety management systems - Authority I - Ensure that new arrivals receive a full safety briefing and induction on the vessel - Authority I - Ensure that a high standard of hygiene and housekeeping is maintained on board the vessel - Authority I - Assist the MASTER / OIM in all emergency situations and emergency protection responses - Authority I - Assist the MASTER / OIM in coordinating weekly emergency drills including monitoring and evaluation of the deck crew responses. Conduct after action reviews - Authority II - Assist in reviewing and updating the vessel's safety case in consultation with vessel and shore-based management - Authority III Personnel: - - Train new DP personnel and assess the skill level of new and existing DP personnel - Authority I - Ensure proper and relevant communication with all personnel - - Meet the training requirements according to the applicable training matrix - Authority II - Participate fully in the performance appraisal process ensuring marine personnel are evaluated in a consistent and professional manner - Authority II - Mentor, develop and train crew members to ensure that they are competent to work in their current and next job level - Authority II - Maintain discipline on board and ensure compliance with Company and regulatory disciplinary procedures - Authority II - Recommend promotion or disciplinary action up to and including discharge - Authority II -

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