Offshore Company Site Representative Onboard Pipelay Vessel

  • Type: Contract
  • Job #12987

Job title : Offshore Company Site Representative Onboard Pipelay Vessel (H/F)
Sector : Oil & Gas
Starting date : May 2024
Duration of the mission : 6 months
Renewable: possible
Location : Offshore Angola
Status : Rotational
Rhythm: 4 weeks mission / Day shift position (usually between 06am and 06pm). Work seven days on location (28 days on / 28 days off)
Languages : English

MISSIONS / SERVICE DIMENSIONS
The Service holder will lead the company supervision team onboard the vessel.

ACCOUNTABILITIES
The Service holder is responsible, onboard the installation vessel, to ensure that company’s HSE standards are applied throughout the operations and participates to hazard assessments for any activity involving the vessel. He is the company’s focal point in case of an emergency onboard the vessel and ensures proper implementation of the Emergency Response Plan procedures. The Service holder is SURF Contractor’s focal point for day-to-day activities onboard the installation vessel.
In a narrow coordination with the SURF Operation team based in Luanda, the Service holder shall:
• Supervise that the agreed procedures are respected during Rigid Pipelay vessel mobilization at Lobito, transit and all the offshore presence of the Rigid Pipelay vessel at Marine Restricted Area, mainly for the following activities performed onboard the vessel by SURF Contractor:
   o Spooling activities
   o Supply / Barge activities alongside or at close vicinity of the vessel.
   o Transfer of equipment onboard the vessel.
   o Deck operations.
   o Pipelay activities at Site. o Lifting, over boarding, lowering and landing of subsea 
     structures.
   o Subsea ROV works.

• Ensure that any modification of the agreed procedure is covered by the Management Of Change agreed process.
• Raise Down Graded Situation (DGS) if required.
• Sign in due time and when satisfactory preparation level has been achieved each specific Ready For Installation certificate.
• Communicate with onshore support to:
   o Plan the coming operations.
   o Mobilize offshore relevant personnel, if required, from other packages.
   o Review MOC as required
• Communicate, in accordance with the defined project procedures, with company’s Representative acting onboard other vessel(s) working at Site in case of co-activities or SIMOPS activities.
• Communicate, in accordance with the defined project procedures, with FPSO RSES for all the SIMOPS activities.
• Ensure that the follow-up onboard the vessel of the SPS tools are in place.
• Ensure, when relevant, the interface onboard the vessel between MWS Representative and SURF Contractor and ensure, in accordance with MWS agreed scope, that relevant MWS certificate has been issued.
• Daily report activities on the vessel.
• Responsible for Fiche de liaison.

ACTIVITIES
1. To adopt and demonstrate an exemplary behavior with regard to Company “Code of Conduct” and HSE rules and regulations. To implement H3SE rules and requirements within his area of responsibility, and to comply with HSE training requirements for the position.
2. To be informed of the appropriate Company / Project Rules and Specifications (CR’s/GS’s/PPS’s), international norms and standards, taking knowledge from them to application to the Project.
3. To supervise and control the offshore activities performed by SURF Contractor from the Rigid Pipelay Vessel, ensure the fully compliancy of the offshore operations with: -Agreed procedures and installation analysis. -Project specifications. -Company’s General Specifications. -Discipline requirements and international norms and standards. -The required level of Quality and Safety. Raise consequently necessary comments, highlight unsafe work and ensure that any deviation to an agreed procedure will be covered by the agreed Management Of Change process.
4. To ensure that the daily activities performed by the vessel are in compliance with the planned schedule.
5. To participate to daily coordination meeting with SURF Contractor.
6. To be RSES/RSES-D onboard the installation vessel with the main objective to ensure at Site that: • Any COMOPS/SIMOPS activities involving other vessels will be performed in accordance with agreed project procedure. Any emergency is managed in accordance with the agreed Emergency Response Plan (ERP).
7. To be RSES/RSES-D onboard the installation vessel with the main objective to ensure at Site that: • Any COMOPS/SIMOPS activities involving other vessels will be performed in accordance with agreed project procedure. Any emergency is managed in accordance with the agreed Emergency Response Plan (ERP).
8. To ensure adequate and timely reporting to the SURF Operation Manager by daily report and daily phone call (progress, concerns), and, as a general manner, anticipates problems, optimizes, improves, offers solutions with regards to offshore operation associated with other vessels.
9. To give support to SURF Operation Manager for the anticipation of the need for SPS Contractor personnel and MWS onboard the vessel.
10. To ensure the interfaces between MWS and SURF Contractor onboard the vessel.
11. To ensure that relevant certificates / check lists are ready and when relevant signed by company and MWS in due time (Ready for installation certificates, ICAPS sheets, pre-over boarding sheets…).
12. To ensure onboard the vessel that relevant traceability tables are in place (for Rigging, SPS tools…).
13. To lead and be responsible for the company team onboard the vessel.
14. To ensure confidentiality of all the documentation produced (whatever its support).

CONTEXT & ENVIRONMENT
The project a brownfield project.
The nature of the brownfield projects, i.e. most of the execution activities offshore are executed in SIMOPS on live FPSOs and congested seabed, increases the risks and consequently the challenges of the projects (co-activities with other projects and maintenance activities, minimization of production shortfalls…).
The project is managing EPCI contracts with major international Contractors but also local players including onshore prefabrication in the country, offshore construction and Installation (FPSO modifications, SURF, SPS, SIMOPS, high number of contractors & subcontractors).

QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIRED EXPERIENCE
– Professional Experience (years): minimum 10 years of experience
– Experience in similar position (years): more than 5 years of experience with project supervision in relation with SURF Rigid Pipe Offshore Laying activities.
– Participation to a recent deep-water project is expected.
– Level / Diploma: Engineer, or equivalent
– Languages: English mandatory
– HSE: BOSIET, HUET, GSES will be appreciated.…

OTHER OBSERVATIONS
N/A

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