Vacancies » Project Operations Engineer-France-ref # 827
21/05/21

Project Operations Engineer-France-ref # 827

RAC Ashford Ltd. is looking for:
A Project Operations Engineer

Scope of work:

DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTION

• The Operations Engineer is responsible for:
• Providing assistance to the Project Operations Manager (POM) for ensuring that the complete offshore spread (including ships, assistance vessels, crew and equipment) are prepared and ready for offshore operations
• Providing assistance to the Project Operations Manager for co-ordination and interfaces with the other project team members (engineering, logistics, SCM, VOM and field engineers).
• He/she will follow all activities performed in ports outside Senegal (vessel mobilisations, HLV load-outs, support to engineering team supervising SITs etc.). He/she will also follow the marine assurance of the whole project marine spread.
• This task shall be executed within the outmost respect of all Subsea7 procedures, code of ethics and HSES policy.

• KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
Operations activities
Ensures that the offshore spreads are prepared and ready for offshore operations with a particular attention to certification, bridging documentation, SIMOPS.
• Seconds the POM to ensure that the installation spreads have full support, in terms of local logistics, supplies and equipment.
• Assists project installation engineers, field engineers for vessel readiness and mobilization activities outside Senegal. Ensures project equipment is mobilised in an efficient and timely manner.
• Liaise with the Client’s local base managers (Dusavik or Vigra) to get the proper support. Perform the same with agents in other ports.
• Execute any specific mobilization activities, including development of procedures, task plans, lift plans, as instructed.
• Coordinate material tracking activity through the project’s material tracker, and ensure equipment inspection, readiness, delivery, tracking & demobilisation.
• Ensure project equipment is demobilized in an efficient and timely manner. This shall be performed by supervising the material tracker.
• Manages and monitors support vessels preparation, on-hire surveys to the satisfaction of the project team and to satisfy COMPANY’s marine assurance process. Ensure the daily follow-up. If qualified for that, review marine audits performed by The Client’s-appointed surveyors and/or prepare marine procedures (ship-to-ship transfer).
• Assists and provides Engineering input as required.
• Liaise with Company MWS for inspection and issuance of ready for load-out or sail-away certificates (in ports outside Senegal)
• Liaise with various local subcontractors as necessary
• Liaise with Company on-site, with regards to Load-out activities, in terms of method, planning, readiness & execution.
• Ensure that all work performed complies with the requirements of the Project and is carried out in accordance with the rules and the methods of the Group.
• Ensure that all aspects of project Safety, Health & Quality are implemented on each of the Onshore work sites and report to Project’s HSE organisation as necessary.
• Follow-up & report out-of-country expense commitment with agents, with project Cost Controller.

AUTHORITY/DIMENSIONS
The project operations engineer reports to the Deputy Project Operations Manager on day-to-day basis.

INTERFACES
Internal
He/she will coordinate activities with the vessel management teams, the project team members (including PG in Vigra) and the local base managers (Vigra/Dusavik) as well as project engineers and field engineers during vessel mobilisations.

External
• 3rd party vessels’ masters (HLVs, supply vessels)
• Logistics agents and other local suppliers in port.
• 3rd party vessel technical/operations points of contact
• Company (MWS in particular)

Required profile:
• Past experience in a similar position (mainly offshore operations as field engineer or installation engineer, knowledge of transportation planning, lift planning…) is a plus.
• Experience as seafarer or marine officer would be a plus (knowledge of IMCA/OVID audit processes, marine operations similar to heading control of FPSOs etc.).
• Minimum of 5 years’ experience in sub-sea construction.
• Minimum of 2 years’ experience in deep water sub-sea construction.
• Engineering background is a plus.
• High-level knowledge of logistics field is a plus.
• Good coordination skills and availability
• Good communication skills and accurate reporting.
• Good knowledge of spoken and written English mandatory. French is a big plus.
• Good knowledge of standard office software
Location:
France (Paris Area)

Starting date:
A S A P

Duration:

6 months

Languages:

English mandatory, French is a big plus

If you are interested, please make sure that we have your up-to-date CV and dates of availability and expected daily rate.

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