- The Marine Asset Engineer is responsible for ensuring the marine equipment of all Marine Assets are supported and in compliance with Project and regulatory requirements
ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Ensure marine installation contractors provides correctly engineered solutions for required upgrades, reactivations and operation of marine vessels
- Liaise with Project Program Managers to ensure upgrades and reactivations are suitable for the offshore execution requirements
- Monitor Contractor’s activities during Scope of Work generation and CTR development
- Reviewing Contractor installation engineering and procedures to ensure readiness for mobilization of assets and mission equipment.
- Supporting the in country project engineering teams for project risk assessments, Client risk action plans and readiness reviews.
- Participate in overall bid evaluation process for contract award
- Monitor contractor performance and ensure all contractual requirements are complied with
- Perform effective interface between Company contracted equipment suppliers and Contractor
- Report regularly to senior management on the progress of works and any issues
- Ensures that all relevant requirements are complied with in terms of CLIENT procedures and practices, Classification Society and State Marine Administration requirements
- Ensure all project risks are identified, plans developed and executed for their removal or reduction
- Evaluate performance of contractor and sub-contractors. Provide constructive feedback and intervention as required through oversight activities
- Integrate with contractor Asset management team to ensure transparency with respect to safety, progress, schedule, quality and cost
- Provides guidance, advice and training to project team, contractors, and third parties as required to ensure understanding of the vessel upgrade, reactivation and operation objectives.
- Continuous interrogation of schedule to ensure opportunities to maintain schedule are realized
- Assist contractor in re-scheduling activities or scope in order to maintain project schedule
- Review the contractor’s engineering deliverables to ensure compliance with project requirements
- Monitor timesheets of Contractor Engineering team to ensure no overspend and an effective output
- Liaise directly with Company Safety, Quality, Cost, planning and management team to provide feedback in respective areas of interest
- Assist Contractor with Technical Queries related to upgrade and reactivation works
- Be focal point between CLIENT Marine Asset department and installation contractor on marine and structural matters
Academic /experience requirements:
- Marine engineers and naval architects degree in marine engineering and naval architecture
- At least 8 years successful track record of shipbuilding and vessels upgrades on marine systems including FEED and detailed design, vessel and offshore structures on site construction supervision experience, knowledge of vessel stability and structural analyses requirements
- Knowledge of current Class requirements and international marine standards
- Experience of managing large cross discipline projects and leading teams of specialist engineers / vendors
- Able to perform FMEA, HAZOP and HAZID studies
- Knowledge of CLIENT internal processes, project controls and standards are a preference.
- Demonstrates personal responsibility for the safety and well-being of everyone around them.
- Develops the safety and risk management skills of the Marine Asset team.
- Follows the requirements specified in OMS, and contribute to the delivery of safe, compliant and reliable operations.
- Adheres to the Code of Conduct and to local laws and regulations.
- Pursues systematic management through standardization, clarification and the elimination of defects.
- Follows and upholds the rules and standards of CLIENT and holds others to account for doing the same thing.
- Plans carefully, make well-informed decisions and do the right thing.
- Fosters learning, the sharing of knowledge and continuous improvement.
- Speaks out when seeing something is not right and is prepared to say “no” or “stop” when necessary.
- Recognizes and acknowledges the contribution of others.
- Develops trust from others by delivering on accountabilities
- Familiar with site construction activities related to health, safety, and environmental issues.
- Computer literate.
- Good communicator (written and oral).
- Tactful and persuasive
- A Team Player