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Deck Crew - Pumpman


Job Description

Working onboard an FPSO in the North Sea on a 3/3 rotation for around 6-9 montha.

The Deck Crew - Pumpman will carry out the tasks and duties as directed by the Deck Foreman or the Marine Superintendents delegated representative in order to enable the installation to operate in a safe and efficient manner.

General

The Deck Crew - Pumpman is responsible to the Marine Lead and Deck Foreman for:

Specifically:

Operation of cargo and ballast systems as directed by Line Manager; including setting up and monitoring crude oil washing, tank cleaning and associated cargo equipment.

Maintaining all cargo equipment, pumps, valves, COW machines etc. as required.

Carrying out mechanical repairs to equipment and pipework as required.

Flange management of cargo / ballast and associated systems, including swinging spec blinds.

Carrying out manual checks of tank levels and sampling as required.

Isolating Authority – Cargo and Ballast systems.

Routine maintenance and repairs of accommodation fittings.

Ensuring stocks and spares for cargo and ballast systems and accommodation are maintained and ordered as required.

Knowledge of PM system including the ability to input/extract data.

Maintaining cleanliness of pump room.

Carrying out daily routines and checks of cargo and ballast system as required.

Generically

Operation, inspection and maintenance of permanent and temporary lifting equipment throughout the installation as directed by the Deck Foreman or [Crane Operator].

Carrying out rigging and lifting operations under the direction of the designated installation Rigger.

The handling of stores to and from supply boat and within the installation.

Carrying out HDA duties as required. Carrying out duties associated with safe helicopter operations and the day to day requirements to keep the helideck and associated equipment operational under the direction of the Deck Foreman (HLO).

Assisting with the mooring and unmooring of shuttle tankers including transfer of export hose.

Assisting with operation of cargo and ballast systems as directed by Line Manager, including setting up and monitoring crude oil washing, tank cleaning and associated cargo equipment.

Assisting in maintaining all cargo equipment, pumps, valves etc. as required.

Carrying out manual checks of tank levels and sampling as required.

Fabric maintenance including mechanical preparation and application of paint as required.

Keeping Deck Foreman advised of usage and re-order requirements of deck.

Assisting with scaffolding matters as agreed with Deck Foreman and designated installation Scaffolder.

Ensuring continuous compliance with the Assurance scheme.

Any other duties, including housekeeping, as directed by the Deck Foreman.

Performing tasks in a safe and responsible manner.

Compliance with and commitment to:

Corporate Management System

Operational Safety Case

The development and review of operational procedures and manuals

Company Policies and Procedures

Environmental Management System

The LECOP manual

Competency Scheme

Safety and Environmental Critical Activities

Helideck operations

Working at heights, in pump room, enclosed spaces

Offloading hose and hawser handling operations

Deck work in all weather

Shuttle tanker operations

Rigging and Lifting operations

Emergency Response Duties

Offshore Emergency Helideck Team Member

Offshore Emergency Response Team Member

Offshore Lifeboat Coxswain

Desired Qualities / Qualifications

Qualifications:

  • Combined Offshore Survival, Fire Fighting and HUET Certificate
  • MIST / IMIST
  • Oil & Gas UK Offshore Medical Certificate
  • Oil & Gas UK Certificate of Fitness to Participate in Emergency Response Team Duties
  • Tradesman qualification or similar experience
  • ENG 1 (Seafarers) Medical

Experience

  • Previous experience in similar position
  • Arrival Installation Safety Induction
  • Isolating Authority
  • Flange management MJI10/MJI19
  • Small Bore Tubing/ Fittings
  • Offshore Emergency Response Team Member
  • Offshore Emergency Helideck Team Member
  • Offshore Lifeboat Coxswain
  • Electronic Permit to Work, Performing Authority
  • Authorised Gas Tester
  • Rigger Stage 1
  • Banksman/ Slinger
  • Tanker Familiarisation Training
  • Specialised Oil Tanker Training – 5 day
  • Helicopter Refuelling
  • Environmental Awareness
  • Dangerous goods by Air Awareness
  • Maximo
  • CAA Offshore Operator

Role Training

Supplementary (as required)

  • Consultant(s)

    Claire / Natalie

  • Vacancy ID

    TR2022052

  • Job Type

    Contract

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