Our major client, in the Oil & Gas industry, is seeking an Engine Room Supervisor to work Offshore within their facilities located in Guyana for a short-term assignment *.
The Engine Room Supervisor will exhibit good leadership, supervisory and safety behaviors and will specifically ensure that all aspects of Engine Room operation and maintenance are carried out safely, through careful delegation and control of responsibilities. Is specifically responsible for the operation and maintenance of Engine Room equipment and systems and also the competence of those under his immediate supervision.
- Prepare Engine Room Systems for start-up.
- Start and Monitor Engine Room Systems
- Prepare and Shutdown Engine Room Systems.
- Isolate and reinstate Engine Room Systems
- Contribute to control of critical situations and respond to emergencies
- Manage and Supervise Effectively
- Monitor And Maintain Pollution Control Measures
- Carry out emergency response role
- Provide any additional duties as required by the OiM/Unit Spt and /or HOD to maintain safe and efficient running of the Unit.
- See Station Bill
Engine Room Equipment and Systems and Utilities Operation and Maintenance
- Prepare Engine Room Plant and Systems for start-up, including vessel utility systems sourced from ER.
- Start and Monitor Engine Room Plant and Systems, including vessel utility systems sourced from ER.
- Prepare and Shutdown Engine Room Plant and Systems, including vessel utility systems sourced from ER.
- Isolate and reinstate Engine Room Plant and for Maintenance, including vessel utility systems sourced from ER.
Manage And Supervise Effectively
- Establish effective relationships with colleagues and subordinates.
- Establish scope of work clearly (briefings, toolbox talks, presentations.)
- Plan and control use of resources effectively. (Personnel, time, materials, transport, IT).
- Use of communication skills shows leadership (oral, teambuilding, recording, noting, handover, analysing.
- Objective and consistent in assessment of subordinates using competence assessment system.
- Make recommendations and improvements in working practices for greater safety, efficiency and profitability.
- Ensure all Maintenance (Routine and breakdown) is completed and recorded accurately and clearly
- Ensure all plant and machinery complies with Class and Inspections
Contribute To Control Of Critical Situations And Respond To Emergencies
- Developing critical situations (operational, weather, equipment failure, leaks, fires personnel etc) are identified and
- logged for later analysis
- Positive action is taken to limit escalation and to maintain control using applied policies or procedures or initiative
- External agencies as appropriate are alerted in good time.
Monitor and Maintain Pollution Control Measures
- Sample and check that controlled discharges from area of responsibility to the environment are within prescribed
- Identify and halt unplanned discharges where possible, and reported immediately according to policy, procedure
- and regulation.
- Equipment, waste or other materials for disposal are dealt with according to the correct procedure
- Resources such as PPE materials tools and spares are not wasted or used inefficiently
- Show competence during drills and exercises.
- Carry Out Emergency Response Role
- STCW Reg.III/2 Chief Engineer Unlimited Certificate (Steam and Motor endorsement preferred), (DCE for Petroleum/Gas as appropriate)
- Experience as Chief Engineer on VLCC preferred and at least 2 yrs as 1st Engineer.
- Experience and knowledge of hydrocarbon processing and utility systems desirable.
- Computer literate in Management System systems.
- Experience in Permit to Work Systems.
- Medically fit to offshore International standards such as ENG1 or equivalent.
- Good Communications Skill in English
*Work Schedule: 4 weeks on / 4 weeks off or 6 weeks on / 6 weeks off – 12 hours per day (2 or 3 rotations only)