Company: OSM Maritime Group
Skills: Construction Engineer, Materials Management , Warehouse Person
Experience: 1 + Years
Education: High School/Secondary
Employment Type: Full Time Contractor
Location: Houston, Texas, United States
Status: Active


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.

Authorized to work in: US

 

 

MATERIAL CONTROLLER  

 

 

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

 

The Material Controller responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Maintaining and reporting on daily tasks, requisitions status and various matters relating to warehouse

  • Monitoring the stocks onboard vessel and keep storehouse records

  • Packing and marking goods for shipment from the vessel

  • Preparing manifest for all shipments from the vessel

  • Any duties as may be assigned by Master or Chief Engineer

  • Familiarly with Company procedures, including Safety Management System as applicable to his/her duties

  • Wearing, inspecting and caring for required personal protective equipment

  • Taking part in emergency and occupational onboard training

  • Responsible for refusing unsafe work and for carrying out all work in accordance with the established HSES Safety Standards and Work Practices

 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  • Knowledge and experience in the offshore construction industry with at least 5 years' experience in a similar role (Materials Handling, Warehouse, etc.)

  • Minimum 1 year experience offshore

  • High school graduate

  • Excellent organizational and communication skills with keen attention to detail

  • Computer literate, fully conversant with word processing, spreadsheet and email applications

  • Knowledgeable in inventory management, procurement systems and report preparation

  • Ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines

  • Valid Offshore Medical

  • BOSIET Training or Equivalent (OPITO approved)

  • Fluent both in spoken and written English

  • Knowledge of DP vessel operations

 

 

 

 

LEVEL 2 COMPLIANCE COORDINATOR (L2CC) 

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

 

The Level 2 Compliance Coordinator responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Control of the latest versions of Industry Standards and codes relevant to wire rope and lifting and rigging

  • Maintain updated E&M documents pertaining to wire ropes and testing standards

  • Assist 3rd party services providers in the electromagnetic testing of wire ropes

  • Maintain and control of all documentation and written inspection/inventories records of all rigging and lifting gears such as slings, shackles, tie-down chain etc.

  • Day to day activities that support the business ethics and related reports under the supervision of the ethics manager.

  • Interprets the code of business and ethics policies and communicates same with the organization.

  • Maintain employee awareness methods including coordination and delivery of training, risk assessment and analysis of other risk management programs.

  • Participates in local investigations, coordinates with local department and other supporting functions like legal, accounting, HR and Audit.

 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  • Knowledge and experience in the offshore construction industry with at least 5 years' experience in a similar role

  • High school graduate

  • Certified Level 3 Wire Rope Inspector

  • Certified Rigging and Life Saving Appliances inspector

  • Excellent organizational and communication skills with keen attention to detail

  • Computer literate, fully conversant with word processing, spreadsheet and email applications

  • Knowledgeable in document control systems and report preparation

  • Valid Offshore Medical

  • BOSIET Training or Equivalent (OPITO approved)

  • Fluent both in spoken and written English

  • Knowledge of  DP Vessel operation

 

 

 

 

ADMINISTRATOR  

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

 

The Vessel Administrator responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Ensuring the correct execution of all customs activities concerning vessels coming into and leaving from the McDermott private berths.

  • Interfacing with all the Vessel Management Team whose departments are involved in vessel activities.

  • Completing direct hire and vendor timesheets, having them approved and submitting them timely. 

  • Make sure that vessels and or supply boats are not delayed by Customs clearance process.

  • Preparing and distributing DPR's, POB's, coordinating crew changes etc.

  • Administrative duties as requested by Vessel Management

  • Educate and train other department personnel concerning Customs documentation and requirements for vessel clearances.

  • Create vessel clearance procedure and enforce the same to achieve compliance with Customs regulations.

 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  • Knowledge and experience in the offshore construction industry with at least 5 years' experience in a similar role  (Crew Coordination, Logistics and Scheduling)

  • High school graduate

  • Excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills with keen attention to detail

  • Computer literate, fully conversant with word processing, spreadsheet and email applications

  • Ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines

  • Valid Offshore Medical

  • BOSIET Training or Equivalent (OPITO approved)

  • Fluent both in spoken and written English

  • Knowledge of DP Vessel operations

 

 

 

 

 

PIPE LAY SYSTEM SUPERINTENDENT 

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

 

Tasks and Responsibilities of the Lay System Superintendent include (but are not limited to):

  • Supervising shift Equipment Technicians in support of project operations, including the operation, repair, and maintenance of the lay system (including reels/carousels, tension machines, winches, product handling cranes, CCTV systems, and Communications systems)

  • Assist the Offshore Construction Manager in ensuring that the offshore operations are carried out in an organized and controlled manner, conforming to the company QHS&E requirements

  • Ensuring Equipment Technicians are tasked accordingly, taking due account of their skills and competence.

  • Carry out toolbox talks at the start of each shift and for none standard operations.

  • Reviewing the manner in which equipment is being operated and reporting any activities which may

  • subject the equipment to damage or create unsafe conditions.

  • Ensuring relevant equipment-related matters are brought to the attention of the onshore Vessel Technical

  • Manager, including Company technical documentation requiring to be updated, i.e. Operation and Maintenance Manuals, Drawings, Circuit Diagrams, etc.

  • Ensuring relevant equipment records are maintained and electronic copies are kept onboard and passed on to the technician team.

  • Monitoring the usage of relevant spares and consumables required to facilitate repair and maintenance activities. Advising Vessel Technical Manager of spares required, in order to maintain stock level.

  • Immediately reporting any equipment failure to the OCM, making aware that suspension of operations may be required.

  • Advising the OCM of the anticipated duration of repairs required and the operational constraints on continuing activities with faulty equipment.

  • Maintaining the Equipment Shift Log to enable an adequate handover to the oncoming Lay System Superintendent

  • Assisting in commissioning, testing and monitoring of appropriate equipment as required

  • Ensuring that Equipment Technicians wear the appropriate PPE and safety equipment in performance of their duties

  • Ensure that Company Health, Safety, Drugs and Alcohol policies are adhered to at all times.

  • Supervise shift Equipment Technicians in support of project operations, including the operation, repair, and maintenance of relevant onboard project equipment.

  • Ensure applicable Company and Third Party equipment is operated and maintained in accordance with Company procedures.

  • Ensure project equipment operations are performed as directed by the OCM and Vessel Technical Manager.

  • Ensure equipment reporting is performed accurately, expediently and efficiently in accordance with Company procedures.

 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  • Minimum 15 years' experience working in the offshore construction industry

  • Extended knowledge in Marine and Subsea operations with experience operating flexible or rigid product lay systems

  • High school graduate

  • Ability to lead teams with strong leadership and communication skills

  • In possession of relevant trade certificate (Electrical/Mechanical/Subsea)

  • Valid Offshore Medical

  • BOSIET Training or Equivalent (OPITO standard)

  • Fluent both in spoken and written English

  • Knowledge of DP Vessel Operations

 

 

 

 

 

LAY SYSTEM ELECTRICAL/MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

 

Tasks and Responsibilities of the Lay System mechanical technician include (but are not limited to):

  • Assist and support the Lay System Superintendent and Shift Supervisors

  • Conform to company QHSE&S policies and procedures

  • Carry out maintenance and operational tasks on Company equipment as instructed by the Lay System Shift

  • Supervisor and as required by Company and manufacturers' procedures and manuals.

  • Conduct relevant equipment function checks against relevant standard checklists.

  • Undertake relevant repair and servicing requirements, and record any faults and applied repairs on the Equipment Fault/Repair Reports.

  • Immediately notify the Lay System Shift Supervisor of any failure or suspected future failure of equipment item and/or sensor unit.

  • Operate the lay system and associated components

  • Complete Company documentation as described in the Quality and Safety System requirements.

  • Carry out tasks as directed by management within the capabilities and competency of the incumbent.

  • Carry out any other tasks as directed by the Lay System Shift Supervisor

  • Operate and maintain equipment as directed by the Lay System Shift Supervisor or Offshore Construction Manager

 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  • Minimum 5 years ' experience working in the offshore construction industry

  • Knowledge of Marine and Subsea operations with experience in the troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of mechanical systems (tension machines, gearboxes, drive chains, high load roller systems)

  • High school graduate

  • Experience operating flexible or rigid lay systems or similar equipment

  • In possession of relevant trade certificate (Mechanical/Subsea)

  • High school graduate

  • Good interpersonal and communication skills

  • Valid Offshore Medical

  • BOSIET Training or Equivalent (OPITO standard)

  • Fluent both in spoken and written English

  • Knowledge of DP Vessel operations

 

 

 

 

 

LAY SYSTEM ELECTRICAL MECHANICAL SUPERVISOR

 

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

 

Tasks and Responsibilities of the Lay System Electrical Supervisor include (but are not limited to):

  • Supervising shift Equipment Technicians in support of project operations, including the operation, repair, and maintenance of the lay system (including reels/carousels, tension machines, winches, product handling cranes, CCTV systems, and Communications systems)

  • Operates the vessel's lay system

  • Assist the Offshore Construction Manager in ensuring that the offshore operations are carried out in an organized and controlled manner, conforming to the company QHS&E requirements

  • Ensuring Equipment Technicians are tasked accordingly, taking due account of their skills and competence.

  • Carry out toolbox talks at the start of each shift and for none standard operations.

  • Reviewing the manner in which equipment is being operated and reporting any activities which may subject the equipment to damage or create unsafe conditions.

  • Ensuring relevant equipment-related matters are brought to the attention of the Lay System Superintendent

  • Immediately  reporting  any  equipment  failure  to  the  Lay  System  Superintendent,  making  aware  that  suspension  of operations may be required.

  • Maintaining the Equipment Shift Log to enable an adequate handover to the oncoming Lay System Shift Supervisor

  • Assisting in commissioning, testing and monitoring of appropriate equipment as required

  • Ensuring that Equipment Technicians wear the appropriate PPE and safety equipment in performance of their duties

  • Ensure that Company Health, Safety, Drugs and Alcohol policies are adhered to at all times.

  • Supervise shift Equipment Technicians in support of project operations, including the operation, repair, and maintenance of relevant onboard project equipment.

  • Ensure applicable Company and Third Party equipment is operated and maintained in accordance with Company procedures.

  • Ensure project equipment operations are performed as directed by the Lay System Superintendent, OCM and Vessel Technical Manager.

  • Ensure equipment reporting is performed accurately, expediently and efficiently in accordance with Company procedures.

 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  • Minimum 10 years' experience working in the offshore construction industry

  • High school graduate

  • Proficiency in navigating and troubleshooting PLCs (Siemens Step 7 with ability to learn to work on Allen Bradley)

  • Experience in the troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of medium voltage electrical systems (440V to 600V 3-Phase Power)

  • Experience in troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of 24V control systems

  • Experience operating flexible or rigid lay systems or similar equipment

  • In possession of relevant trade certificate (Electrical/Subsea)

  • High school graduate

  • Good interpersonal and communication skills

  • Ability to lead teams with strong leadership skills

  • Valid Offshore Medical

  • BOSIET Training or Equivalent (OPITO standard)

  • Fluent both in spoken and written English

  • Knowledge of DP Vessel operations

 

 

 

 

 

DECK E&M SUPERVISOR  

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

 

Tasks and Responsibilities of the Deck E&M Supervisor include (but are not limited to):

  • Organize the execution of vessel Back Deck and project equipment maintenance, repairs, upgrades, installations, removals, and modification

  • Assist the Offshore Construction Manager in ensuring that the offshore operations are carried out in an organized and controlled manner, conforming to the company QHS&E requirements

  • Utilize NS5 computer based preventative maintenance and procurement system to track, remind, and record preventative maintenance on the vessel's back deck equipment and to procure back deck items.

  • Regularly communicate with the Vessel Technical Manager to ensure ongoing efficient operations

  • Reviewing the manner in which equipment is being operated and reporting any activities which may subject the equipment to damage or create unsafe conditions.

  • Ensuring relevant equipment-related matters are brought to the attention of the onshore Vessel Technical Manager, including Company technical documentation requiring to be updated, i.e. Operation and Maintenance Manuals, Drawings, Circuit Diagrams, etc.

  • Ensuring relevant equipment records are maintained and electronic copies are kept onboard and passed on to the technician team.

  • Monitoring the usage of relevant spares and consumables required to facilitate repair and maintenance activities. Advising Vessel Technical Manager of spares required, in order to maintain stock level.

  • Immediately reporting any equipment failure to the OCM, making aware that suspension of operations may be required.

  • Advising the OCM of the anticipated duration of repairs required and the operational constraints on continuing activities with faulty equipment.

  • Maintaining the Equipment Shift Log to enable an adequate handover to the oncoming Deck Engineer

  • Assisting in commissioning, testing and monitoring of appropriate equipment as required

  • Ensuring that Equipment Technicians wear the appropriate PPE and safety equipment in performance of their duties

  • Ensure that Company Health, Safety, Drugs and Alcohol policies are adhered to at all times.

  • Ensure applicable Company and Third Party equipment is operated and maintained in accordance with Company procedures.

  • Ensure project equipment operations are performed as directed by the OCM and Vessel Technical Manager.

  • Ensure equipment reporting is performed accurately, expediently and efficiently in accordance with Company procedures.

 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  • Extended knowledge in Marine and Subsea construction operations with at least 10+ years' experience in a similar role working with Electro and Hydraulic systems. Must be familiar with offshore deck machinery.

  • High school graduate

  • In possession of relevant trade certificate (Electrical/Mechanical/Subsea)

  • Fully trained in basic operations of Flexible Lay Systems (7000 ton carousel)

  • Training in NOV and Hydra Marine Cranes, as well as SAS Tensioners

  • Good interpersonal and communication skills

  • Ability to lead teams with strong leadership skills

  • Valid Offshore Medical

  • BOSIET Training or Equivalent (OPITO approved)

  • Fluent both in spoken and written English

  • Knowledge of DP Vessel operations

 

 

 

MEDICAL OFFICER  

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

 

The Medical Officer responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Day to day medical care of all person on board and on site first aid care for casualties resulting from accidents

  • Overall hygiene quality control of the vessel

  • Sampling and testing of potable water

  • Arranging first aid exercises and lectures

  • Consulting with HSES Manager/ HSES Advisor to arrange training presentations

  • Maintaining medical inventory with respect to supply, stock expiry dates, Governmental regulations and first aid boxes

  • Recording and controlling of COSHH register

  • Familiarity with sections and/or procedures, which are applicable for function, as per vessel manuals, including Company procedures and Safety Management System, when applicable to duties

  • Liaising with Master and OCM/Superintendent regarding medical care of all personnel onboard

  • Liaising with Master and OCM (when applicable) regarding medical care of divers in saturation

  • Practicing full confidentiality in accordance with valid country rules and regulations

  • Administrative duties as per Masters instructions

 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  • Medical Doctor or recognized paramedic training

    • Minimum 5 year's experience working offshore on a marine vessel or oil rig

    • Valid Offshore Medical

    • BOSIET Training or Equivalent (OPITO approved)

    • Fluent both in spoken and written English

    • Knowledge of DP Vessel operations