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Engine Room Supervisor

Req Id:  3786
Job Family:  Operations - Offshore Engineer
Location: 

Fpso Saxi Batuque, AO

Additional Location: 

 

Energy is a fundamental basic need of our society. Fossil fuels, including oil, are an essential source of energy and will remain so until renewable energies have the capacity to meet the growing demand for energy.

Nearly 5,000 SBMers globally are proud to design, build and operate floating facilities that produce more than 1% of the world’s oil. We do it in the safest, most affordable and most sustainable way. And we continuously strive to reduce emissions, in line with our emissionZEROTM program.


As a leader in floating technologies for the oil and gas industry, we recognize the significant importance of climate change and the growing need for renewable energy. We invest in products and services that enable the transition towards renewable energy, with a focus on Floating Offshore Wind, Wave Energy, and Carbon Capture and Storage. In addition, we also develop Smart Digital Services to improve and support everything we do.

Oceans play a central role in producing the energy of today and of tomorrow. We work together with the world’s leading energy companies to make that happen. We act responsibly and ethically, so that communities where we operate benefit from our presence and activities.


We are committed to sharing our experience to deliver safe, sustainable and affordable energy from the oceans for generations to come.


We are Energy. Committed.

 

Job Title: ENGINE ROOM SUPERVISOR

 

Reports To: Maintenance Superintendent

 

Background: The Engine Room Supervisor will exhibit good leadership, supervisory and safety behaviours

and will specifically ensure that all aspects of Engine Room operation and maintenance are

carried out safely, through careful delegation and control of responsibilities.

 

Authority: The Engine Room Supervisor is specifically responsible for the operation and maintenance of

Engine Room equipment and systems and also the competence of those under his immediate

supervision.

 

Immediate Subordinates:

Assistant Maintenance Supervisor, all ER personnel, visitors, vendor technicians, and sub

contractors.

 

Typical Responsibilities & Standards

 

1) Engine Room Equipment and Systems and Utilities Operation and Maintenance

1 Prepare Engine Room Plant and Systems for start-up, including vessel utility systems sourced from ER.

2 Start and Monitor Engine Room Plant and Systems, including vessel utility systems sourced from ER.

3 Prepare and Shutdown Engine Room Plant and Systems, including vessel utility systems sourced from ER.

4 Isolate and reinstate Engine Room Plant and for Maintenance, including vessel utility systems sourced from ER.

 

2) Manage And Supervise Effectively

1 Establish effective relationships with colleagues and subordinates.

2 Establish scope of work clearly (briefings, toolbox talks, presentations.)

3 Plan and control use of resources effectively. (Personnel, time, materials, transport, IT).

4 Use of communication skills shows leadership (oral, teambuilding, recording, noting, handover, analysing.

5 Objective and consistent in assessment of subordinates using competence assessment system.

6 Make recommendations and improvements in working practices for greater safety, efficiency and profitability.

7 Ensure all Maintenance (Routine and breakdown) is completed and recorded accurately and clearly

8 Ensure all plant and machinery complies with Class and Inspections

 

 

Units Of Competence

2. Prepare Engine Room Systems for start-up.

3. Start and Monitor Engine Room Systems

4. Prepare and Shutdown Engine Room Systems.

5. Isolate and reinstate Engine Room Systems

6. Contribute to control of critical situations and respond to emergencies

7. Manage and Supervise Effectively

8. Monitor And Maintain Pollution Control Measures

9. Carry out emergency response role

10. Provide any additional duties as required by the OiM/Unit Spt and /or HOD to maintain safe and efficient

running of the Unit.

 

Pre-hire Qualifications and Experience

· Experience and knowledge of hydrocarbon processing and utility systems desirable.

· Computer literate in Management System ‘Office’ software packages and experienced on maintenance management systems. Experience in Permit to Work Systems.

· Medically fit to offshore International standards such as ENG1 or equivalent.

 

Additional

· Good Communications Skill in English

 

Personal Skills

 

Personal: Conscientious, flexible, versatile and determined. Capable of assertive and positive communication and

performance.

 

Leadership: Good safety and managerial leadership skills. Good levels of written and spoken communication in

English language. Clear understanding of personnel behavioural and team issues. Capable of motivating

teams. Flexible in applying different approaches to changing work demands

 

Technical: Appropriate standard of managerial, technical, and professional knowledge as defined by competences.

 

IT: Good familiarity with computerised maintenance recording systems. Practical familiarity with standard

‘Office’ software package. Operation and use of Internet and electronic mail system.

 

SBM Offshore N.V. is a listed holding company that is headquartered in Amsterdam. It holds direct and indirect interests in other companies that collectively with SBM Offshore N.V. form the SBM Offshore Group (“the Company”).  SBM Offshore provides floating production solutions to the offshore energy industry, over the full product lifecycle. The Company is market leading in leased floating production systems delivered to date, with multiple units currently in operation and has unrivalled operational experience in this field. The Company’s main activities are the design, supply, installation, operation and the life extension of floating production solutions for the offshore energy industry.  As of December 31, 2018, Group companies employ approximately 4,350 people worldwide, including circa 650 contractors, which are spread over offices in key markets, operational shore bases and the offshore fleet of vessels. Group Companies employ a further 400 people, working for the joint ventures with two construction yards. For further information, please visit our website at www.sbmoffshore.com. The companies in which SBM Offshore N.V. directly and indirectly owns investments are separate entities.