Deck Crew

Job Responsibilities

  • Assist in the loading and offloading of supply vessels.
  • General assistance in the movement of supplies, materials or equipment as directed which includes taking on supplies of diesel and lubricating oils and fresh water
  • Support materials controller in preparing for supply vessel offload and backload
  • Support helicopter, supply vessels, crane, lifting operations and offload operations to achieve the desired objective as directed by the deck coordinator
  • Act as Banksman/Slinger and/or Rigger, when trained and certified
  • Assist with cleaning, inverting, gas freeing and crude oil washing of cargo tanks
  • Ensuring all defects are reported, logged and checks made to ensure repairs are completed satisfactorily
  • General assistance in the movement of supplies, materials or equipment as directed which includes taking on supplies of diesel and lubricating oils and fresh water
  • Carrying out Planned Maintenance tasks associated with designated equipment
  • Completed inspection and function checks on all safety critical equipment, including lifting equipment and helideck monitors
  • Ensure all rigging operations are planned and documented, where appropriate, and subsequent erection is in accordance with recognized best practices.
  • Assist with storage and maintenance of rigging equipment/ Rigging Lofts as required
  • Ensure all rigging is carried out in accordance with both statutory legislation and client policies and procedures.
  • Ensure all rigging and lifting operations are carried out in accordance with Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER)
  • Full working knowledge of the facilities Safe System of Work (Permit to Work)
  • Participate in Area Ownership site inspections
  • Participation in POWER initiative by completing at least one POWER observation per offshore rotation
  • Compilation and maintenance of comprehensive and accurate equipment logs
  • Delivery of effective handovers at shift change, accurate and complete handovers at the completion of the offshore rotation.
  • Maintaining good verbal and written communication with team and supervision


  • Be familiar with and have an understanding of the Company Health, Safety and Environmental Policies and Procedures.
  • Ability to deploy operational standards, policies and procedures to meet both regulatory and safety standards
  • Ability to undertake work to meet acceptance criteria with respect to safety, health and hygiene.
  • Clear, fluent, and expressive use of verbal and written language to convey information and ideas.
  • Requirement to raise any non-conformance to supervisor in timely fashion.
  • Complete mandatory training required as defined in the relevant Offshore Training Matrix.
  • Adhere to the Company Competence Framework.
  • Ability to co-ordinate daily routines covering both the technical and administrative roles
  • Requirement to control supplies of material/equipment and costs associated with them.
  • Ability to provide guidance and motivation to teams and co-workers
  • Relevant experience in either onshore or offshore oil and gas industry or candidates with significant experience in similar onshore Hazardous Industries such as continuous processes petrochemical, nuclear or power generation
  • The ideal candidate will have experience in a similar role and be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of relevant legislation and apply it in the workplace
  • Previous experience in use of SAP or similar CMMS preferred



Job location

Scotland, United Kingdom