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Cargo Supervisor - Sbm Operations

Req Id:  3183
Job Family:  Operations - Offshore Engineer
Location: 

China Yard BOMESC

Additional Location: 

Location: Bomesc,


Background: The Cargo Supervisor will exhibit a high standard of leadership, supervisory and safety behaviours
Reports To: Cargo Superintendent (See Unit HSEP Shipboard Manual Organisation Chart for local variations)

and will ensure that all aspects of Cargo and Cargo Utility systems operations and supervis ion are
carried out effectively. Delegated tasks will be monitored and controlled formally and effectively
Authority: The Cargo Supervisor assumes delegated authority for marine activities such as cargo loading and
offloading and cargo utilities and maintenance. He or she will work with the Cargo Superintendent
and the OIM as required where the safety of the crew and vessel is concerned. Work authority is
delegated to competent personnel as appropriate.
Immediate
Subordinates:
Cargo Operators, GP Foremen, Crane Drivers. Visitors, Sub Contractors
Accountable For: Typical Responsibilities & Standards
1) Cargo Operations
1 Prepare to Start Marine and Cargo Operations
2 Start up Marine and Cargo Operations
3 Monitor and Maintain Marine and Cargo Operations
4 Prepare and shutdown Marine and Cargo Operations
5 Contribute to Tank Entry, Inspection and Maintenance Activities
2) Manage And Supervise Effectively
1 Demonstrate leadership in technical and safety issues.
2 Liaise effectively with all relevant onshore and offshore departments.
3 Delegate authority having due regard for competence and verify effective close out of tasks.
4 Promote training and competence with due regard for all assessments ensuring fairness & accuracy.
5 Promote safety awareness and application of the Management System regarding immediate safety of personnel
(PTW/Risk assessments/inspections).
6 Ensure timely and effective close-out of relevant survey and audit action items.
7 Ensure timely and effective contributions to reporting and investigation of all incidents where required.
3) Contribute To The Control Of Critical Situations And Respond To Emergencies
1 Developing critical situations (operational, weather, equipment failure, leaks, fires personnel etc) are identified and
positive action is taken to limit escalation and to maintain control using applied policies or p rocedures or initiative
2 Manage emergency response with due regard for safety of personnel, FSO/FPSO and environment
3 Demonstrate knowledge and awareness of potential emergency scenarios.
4 Contribute to the effective de-brief and analysis of exercises.
4) Monitor And Maintain Pollution Control Measures
1 Controlled process discharges from area of responsibility to the environment are within prescribed limits
2 Unplanned discharges are identified, halted where possible, and reported according to policy, procedure and
regulation.
3 Equipment, waste or other materials for disposal are dealt with according to the correct procedure.
4 Controlled process discharges from area of responsibility to the environment are within prescribed limits
5) Perform Emergency Response Role
1 Carry out Emergency Response role.
2 Demonstrate competence during ER drills and exercises.

Units Of Competence
1. Prepare to Start and Start Cargo Operations.
2. Monitor and Maintain Marine Operations
3. Prepare and shutdown Marine Operations
4. Contribute to Tank Entry, Inspection and Maintenance Activities
5. Manage and Supervise Effectively
6. Contribute To Control Of Critical Situations And Respond To Emergencies
7. Monitor And Maintain Pollution Control Measures
8. Carry Out Emergency Response Role
9. Provide any additional duties as required by the OIM/Unit Spt and /or HOD to maintain safe and smooth
running of the Unit.
Additional Competencies Required:
1. See Station Bill
Pre-hire Qualifications and Experience
 Minimum qualifications as per STCW II/2 Chief Officer of ships of 3000gt or more
 3 years Crude Oil tankers experience (VLCC preferable)as OOW ( Officer on Watch) - Chief Officer
experience desirable.
 Previous FPSO experience would be an advantage.
 Medically fit to offshore International standards such as ENG1 or equivalent.
Personal Skills
Personal: Conscientious, versatile and determined. Capable of assertive and positive communication and
performance.
Leadership: Good safety and supervisory skills. Good levels of written and spoken communication in English language.
Good understanding of behavioural personnel issues and logistics. Flexible in applying different
approaches to changing work demands
Technical: Appropriate standard of technical, legal and professional knowledge as defined by competences.
IT: Practical familiarity with standard ‘Office’ s oftware package. Operation and us e of Internet and electronic
mail system.