Offshore Marine Installation CSR

  • Work LocationYangon
  • Work DurationUntil 2022
  • Candidate NationalityExpat

Job Description

Responsibilities

• Overseeing EPCIC Contractor’s execution of the offshore marine transportation and installation scope for the Shwe Development, Phase 2 Project and reporting to Marine Offshore Installation Manager on a daily basis.

• Company’s main focal point at designated installation site and responsible for the technical, quality, safety, environmental aspects of the offshore installation work and to successfully complete the marine transportation, offshore installation of all pipelines and risers, umbilical, subsea structures, control and production ties-in to subsea wells, and their testing and pre-commissioning.

• Shall be responsible to ensure all activities are conducted safely in accordance with Company safety standards, codes guidelines and specifications.

• Leading role in reviewing the installation procedures, offshore site team construction support, hydrographic survey party, inspection (welding, coating, AUT, NDT, pre-comm, etc) onboard Contractor’s installation vessel.

• Ensure that all personnel on site are well conversant in safe working practices and ensure all safety measures have been implemented by Contractor.

• Ensure all works conducted at site are in compliance to Company’s technical standards and specifications, approved procedures, plans, manuals and technical notes.

• Ensure Contractor’s execution of works are in adherence to the approved procedures and Contract provisions. • Responsible for QA/QC implementation on site.

• Ensure safe, effective and efficient planning and execution of work at site, onboard the offshore installation vessel and operations of marine supporting spreads.

• Continuously monitor the status of project work to ensure it is being executed in the safe, most efficient manner and that all materials and consumables are sufficiently available to prevent downtime or non-productive time.

• Plan, monitor and control progress of installation site related engineering, timely delivery of project materials, fabrication and pre-commissioning and commissioning preparation.

• Shall ensure that all project documentation and project reporting are prepared accurately and timely.

• Interface, coordinate with and oversee the work by Company, Contractor, Marine Warranty Surveyor and other vendor’s personnel to ensure the marine transportation and offshore installation schedule, work procedures, work and test packs, preservation & packing and completion certificates are reviewed and endorsed by the relevant parties.

• Interface and coordinate with EPCIC Contractor and Company’s Operations & Maintenance Department on vessels movement and installation interfaces, production shutdown planning, preparation of integrated shutdown plan, work activities interface during shutdown, etc.

• Review adequacy and accuracy of punch lists. Monitor final completion of the work Requirements.

• At least a Diploma or tertiary degree in engineering related subject.

• Minimum 25 years of experience in the upstream offshore oil & gas industry of which at least 15 years are in CSR role in relevant hand-on working experience on offshore marine transportation and installation of pipeline and riser, umbilical, subsea structure, tie-in to subsea wells and their pre-commissioning.

• Supervised EPCIC Contractor the planning and execution of the marine transportation, offshore installation, diving and ROV operations, pipeline and umbilical pre-commissioning and other related activities of at least two multi-million USD projects within the past 15 years.

• Hand-on experience on liaison and coordination with Operations & Maintenance, Contractor and Marine Warranty Surveyor pertain to the planning, execution and production shutdown, pipeline and umbilical laying, riser installation, installation of subsea structures, subsea well tie-in, testing and pre-commissioning.

• Experienced with the work methodology and preparation and review of procedures, work and test packs, execution of load-out, transportation, pipeline and umbilical laying, subsea structures installation, ROV, diving, system testing and pre-commissioning.

• Has good leadership, supervisory, interpersonal skills and possess good written and verbal communication skills.

• Familiar with the internationally accepted upstream offshore oil & gas industry codes, standards and guidelines on design and execution including safety codes and practices.

• Capability of interpreting drawings and specifications translating these into clear instructions to workforce.

• Shall be well versed with all marine operations and vessel equipment and machinery.

• Shall be familiar with ROV and diving equipment spread and operations IMCA Audit guidelines and familiar with diving related works onboard pipelay, diving support and umbilical lay Vessel.

• The position is mainly offshore based at installation site in Myanmar with short assignments onshore in either fabrication yard and/or office location.

• Shall be well versed with onshore and offshore HSE requirements and work practices