Marine Control Room Operator

Job Responsibilities

  • Control Room Operations such as loading and discharge of cargo, crude oil washing, supply vessel operations, monitoring weather and monitoring of FSU safety and control systems.
  • Maintaining Stability of FSU, preparation of load and discharge cargo plans and responding appropriately to any stability anomalies.
  • Maintaining cargo quality suitable for export, in liaison with chemist carry out appropriate sampling of cargo tanks and recovery of free water from tanks and subsequent overboard disposal.
  • Deck operations e.g. mooring operations with shuttle tanker, crude oil washing, operation of inert gas systems.
  • Carry out role of Performing Authority, Isolating Authority and administrative duties as part of control of work systems.
  • Preparation of Cargo and Ballast tanks for entry and inspection.
  • Operation of a variety of marine systems throughout the FPSO such as hydraulic cargo systems, bilge and ballast systems.
  • Carrying out first line maintenance on the various marine systems in conjunction with the Marine Technicians.
  • Supporting Vendor maintenance and repair work scopes.
  • Maintenance of safety equipment throughout the FSU.
  • Develop competency to stand in for Area Authority and Cargo Supervisor if required.
  • Fulfil an emergency response role within one of the Installation Emergency Response Teams.
  • Administrative duties e.g. Raising and completing work orders, shift logs, loading and discharge records.
  • Commitment to Incident Free Operations through completion of audits, worksite.
  • Merchant Navy OOW certificate of competency with crude oil tanker experience and dangerous cargo endorsement.
  • Previous offshore experience in FPSO/FSU operations is desirable but not essential.
  • Familiarity with modern control room systems.
  • Good leadership and communication skills.
  • IT Literate.
Job location

Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom