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The Marine Discipline Planner is responsible for planning, discipline-specific (Marine) corrective, preventative maintenance, and minor modification activities while accounting for safety/health/environmental factors, reliability, and cost in support of production assets in the Gulf of Mexico (GoM). As an experienced collaborator capable of multi-tasking and managing multiple competing priorities. Ability to develop and foster positive working relationships with Planning Team members, asset leadership, and all asset-based personnel is a necessity. Accountable for the overall planning and execution of Marine activities including Simultaneous Operations (SIMOPs) coordination with the asset and budgeting significant spend. This role will execute planning in both routine and major maintenance.What is the role
As a Marine Discipline Planner, you are responsible for the planning of safe, efficient, and cost-effective execution of maintenance work offshore on GoM floating assets by performing activities necessary to make maintenance work executable. The role is needed to provide onshore based maintenance and project planning support for marine related systems and equipment. The incumbent must be fully conversant with the systems, manuals, procedures, and checklists in place to perform complex work prep activities for marine systems. More specifically, your role will include:
- Leading the overall planning and coordination tasks of Marine and Lifeboat preventive and corrective maintenance: Specific areas being those applicable to marine systems - propulsion, hull structures, station keeping (turrets/moorings) cargo systems and machinery (bilge and ballast, ventilation, electrical systems, corrosion protection systems, etc.)
- Perform complex work prep activities for work orders requiring specialized subject matter expertise including but not limited to: detailed procedural job steps, identification of and coordination with 3rd party and/or construction needs for orders with support activity requirements, identification of and requisition of required materials/services to facilitate repairs at the asset, enter / update schedule needs as appropriate, identify production and/or personnel on board impacts, adhere to budget limits, seek platform leadership/finance approval as needed, adjust start date based upon needs of the asset/constraints
- Planning and facilitating coordination meetings, actions from those meetings, and follow up with action owners to ensure completion to deliver the required maintenance, inspections, and other offshore work
- Working with the offshore team to ensure full visibility of system defects/maintenance tasks and that they are effectively captured in the system (SAP)
- Ensuring that the stakeholders are fully updated as to the marine maintenance status of the assets
- Maintaining up-to-date knowledge of international, national and classification society rules and regulations which apply to maintenance and inspection activities
- Consulting with Discipline Engineers as needed for technical assistance
- Ensuring that Marine and Lifeboat related requests from offshore or onshore technical support functions for advice and/or support are dealt with in a timely manner
- Setting up, supporting & conducting Corrective Maintenance/Preventive Maintenance (CM/PM) review meetings for lifeboats & rescue craft- and attending & participating in Lifeboat & Rescue Craft inspection review meetings
- Coordinating schedules with Shell Crane/Lifeboat Inspectors for annual lifeboat & rescue craft inspections and major maintenance activities, and coordinating work prep activities with other Maintenance Team members as needed or as directed by Maintenance Team Leads
- Must have legal authorization to work in the US on a full-time basis
- Open for HS Diploma graduates or equivalent
- Minimum of 3+ years' of relevant experience
- Must be able to obtain a valid TWIC
- Must be able to obtain THUET certification
Because of the considerable number of stakeholders touched by this position, a strong operational background, excellent people skills and ability to work across team and within cross discipline teams will set you apart. A personal commitment to Safety as a Value is crucial to the success of this role. You will need to work with others to achieve results and exercise independent judgement and initiative in decision making. Additionally, you will have:
- Familiarity working with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) for typical marine systems, including U.S. based and non-U.S. based suppliers
- Considerable depth of marine regulations, knowledge in design, construction, operations, and maintenance from applicable governing bodies including U.S. Coast Guard and American Bureau of Shipping
- Experience with SAP and Maintenance Execution Work Process Preferred
- Excellent verbal and written command of English
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