Marine Team Leader

Job Responsibilities

  • Marine Control of work, including issuing of marine permits
  • Facilitate Level 2 Risk Assessments
  • Verifies and authorises all LRPs, Permits, IDPs in agreed and weeks 3/4 plan
  • Liaise with Ops planner and support with permit and IDP prep
  • Co-ordinates Permit and IDP prep for Major CAP work scope – (Tank outage/hose changeout/Remedials)
  • General eCOW housekeeping
  • Issues dayshift LRPs (end of shift)
  • Assist with isolation cross check
  • Vied agreed update
  • Work with Marine Team Leader with requests for support for Permit/IDP prep
  • IRIS/eCOW/eMOC actions
  • Communicate and implement BP and GTA HSE policies, site standards and objectives and contributing to HSE performance, as a position holder and an individual.
  • Act as a role model for commitment to health, safety and the environment
  • Complete HSE audits per schedule requirements
  • Contribute and Lead on Continuous Improvement
  • Actively pursue HSE, cost saving and production efficiency improvements
  • Plan, co-ordinate and control the operation of the vessel storage facilities during periods of tank entry for inspection purposes
  • As an appointed Area Authority authorise any work on or below the vessel decks, over the side of the FPSO or in and around the accommodation area as per uCOW standard
  • Lead team safety meetings and advocate an exemplary safety culture within the team
  • Responsible for the development and maintenance of marine SOLs, processes and procedures in line with GOO requirements and industry standard methodology
  • Undertake marine self-verification as required and requested



Essential Education

  • Deck OOW Class II/1 Unlimited Certificate of Competency (CoC), preferably with a Dangerous Cargo Endorsement (DCE)

Essential experience and job requirements

  • Full understanding of the hazards and controls involved in vessel operations and tanker operations
  • Area Authority experience

Desirable criteria & qualifications

  • Mate / Master II/2 Unlimited Certificate of Competency (CoC), preferably with a Dangerous Cargo Endorsement (DCE)
  • Thoroughly conversant with relevant international legislation, guidelines and codes as applicable to vessel operational
  • Full understanding of the risks and controls involved in vessel operations, terminal and tanker operations
  • Experience of dynamic and static measurement of oil quantities, oil stocks and shipping documentation
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