Offshore jobs

Lowland provides many jobs in the offshore industry. These are well-paid jobs, depending on the education and experience of the applicant, where you can travel around the world. Where and when you work, this is for you to decide. At this moment we supply crew to companies such as: Crane drivers, Drillers, Toolpushers, Derrickmen Offshore Installation Managers, Roustabouts, Roughnecks CO / SDPO, 2 / O DPO with full license, Second Officer / DPO, Chief Officer / DPO, Chief Electrician, Master / CO DPO full license, Captain AHTS, Senior Dynamic Positioning Officer (SDPO), A / B with Tug/Barge experience and many more functions besides.

  • 2.O. SDPO

    For a PSV we are searching on a temporary base a 2.O. DPO who is willing to do a trip of 4 weeks.

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  • 3rd Engineer

    Looking for 3rd Engineer for several offshore projects, preferable experience with deck equipment, and hydraulics.

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  • Catering Manager

    We are look for a Catering Manager for several offshore projects.

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  • Head Steward

    Looking for a head steward for several offshore projects.

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  • 3.O. JDPO

    Looking for 3rd Officer with DP induction for several offshore projects.

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  • Safety Officer

    For an upcoming offshore project we are searching for a Safety officer who is experienced in the renewable industry at sea. training according to the GWO standard. For more information you can contact Marinus van Dam

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  • 3rd Deck Engineer

    We are looking 3rd Deck Engineer min 60 months experience for a commissioning project big HVL -Pipelay vessel

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  • Chief Cook

    Voor een offshore project startende in januari 2017 zijn we op zoek naar ervaren koks welke ervaring hebben met het bereiden van eten voor circa 150 tot 200 personen. Voor verdere informatie kan je contact opnemen met Marinus van Dam

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  • 3rd Engineer

    Rotation 4 week son/off

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  • Chief Cook

    Key responsibilities: · Proactively contribute to the safety regime on the vessel. · Carry out other related tasks when required by management. · Cooking. · Cleaning in galley and mess. · Supervising the night shift. Capability profile / Qualifications: · Certification in accordance with STCW 2010 Manila Amendments. · Ship’s Cook certification in accordance with the provisions of MLC 2006. · Familiar and/or certified as per HACCP. · Good knowledge of the English language.

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  • 3rd Officer

    REPORTING TO: Chief Mate SHORT DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTION: The Third Officer has an operational and supportive role to the Officer of Watch and is responsible to the Chief Mate. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Proactively contribute to the safety regime on the vessel 2. Carry out other related tasks when required by management. 3. Assisting the Chief Mate and First Officer in the safe watchkeeping onboard in all vessel modes (e.g. in transit, on DP, moored alongside etc.). 4. Act as winch operator during Anchor mooring operations. 5. Act as Helideck Assistant (HDA) when required. 6. Provide marine assistance to the project construction team.

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  • 2-ELEC

    REPORTING TO: First Electrician SHORT DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTION: The electrician reports to the first Electrician and executes the maintenance and repair of electrical equipment on board. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Proactively contribute to the safety regime on the vessel. 2. Carry out other related tasks when required by management. 3. Assisting the First Electrician in arranging the safe operation of the vessel electrical and electronic equipment. 4. Provides electrical assistance to the project construction team. 5. Perform maintenance and repair activities using the company’s planned maintenance systems and procedures.

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  • Pumpman

    Lowland Marine & Offshore is searching for a Pumpman. The pumpman’s activities cover: - The cargo oil tank, ballast tanks, void space, cofferdam and associated equipment (inside and outside the capacities) - The deck marine equipment (winches, capstan, tandem mooring equipment, etc.) As per Loading Master’s instructions, his tasks are, but not limited to: - Preparation and operation of the equipment - Handling of the equipment. - Maintenance of the equipment. - Identification of breakdowns, anomalies and faults of the equipment. - Repairs of equipment. He assists and reports to Loading Master. Job function Commercial operations - He prepares the tank before loading. - He prepares the tank before and after offloading. - He carries out tank surveys before and after offloading (water contents, cargo inspection with cargo surveyor). - He monitors the loading/offloading operations on deck. - He carries out crude oil washing operation under supervision of the Loading Master - He prepares and participates to slop water management operations as per Loading Master’s instructions. - He checks the FPSO capacities content on a weekly basis (ballast tanks, peaks, cofferdams, chain lockers and void spaces), and keeps record of the data. Maintenance: - He performs 1st level maintenance of the marine, cargo/ballast/cofferdam/void spaces related equipment (including portable equipment). - He assists the Loading Master for preparing tanks, ballast cofferdam void space entry. - He prepares the equipment required for the tanks entry (portable fans, ventilation shafts, portable brackets, winches and handle equipment). - He participates to capacities 1st entry upon request. - He participates in maintenance and repairs works on the offloading buoy upon Loading Master’s request. - He is responsible for control, maintenance and requesting the Loading Master the marine tools, equipment, spares and consumables. - He assists the Deck Supervisor in craning and deck operations. - He acts as Boat Landing Officer when required. - He assists as extra-hand during maintenance/cleaning operations on deck as required. Health, Safety and Environment Responsibilities - He fully complies with all security, health and safety instructions. - He stays vigilant and maintains continuous awareness of hazards and surroundings. - He reports to the Loading Master any issue he may face or observe and proposes a way of improvement. - He fully complies with all HSE requirements at all times. - He is in charge of anti-pollution equipment verification and preparation on deck as per instructions received from Loading Master. - He assists the Loading Master for FPSO for marine operations and HSE management relative to marine activities.

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  • Deck Supervisor FPSO

    Lowland Marine & Offshore is searching for a Deck Supervisor FPSO. He is responsible to organize and perform FPSO deck operations (cargoes, bunkering, and waste management), lifting operations and deck crew management following CLIENT’S standard with its dedicated team. He is the FPSO Competent Lifting Person on site in close cooperation for lifting operations with client’s SLS (Sites Lifting Specialist) and CPLO (Competent Person Lifting Operation), who are the references for Lifting knowledge in the client’s affiliate. He controls application of safety procedures on deck and helideck. He is the designated Helicopter Landing Officer. Job function Deck operations: - Stores management: he controls consumable levels, prepares and maintains inventories of the equipment under his responsibility (helideck, refuelling, bunkering, lifting equipment etc.) - He supervises, coordinates, and manages the deck hands. - He carries out all documentations recording for the complete activity through FPSO data files. - He monitors the functioning of systems placed under his responsibility - He may be requested to act as Boat Landing Officer. Lifting : - He is the lifting focus point on board the FPSO. - He approves and reviews “Routine and Simple lifting plans” and refers to Block 17 Site Lifting Supervisor for other lifting. - He prepares and verifies all lifting equipment prior lifting operation (condition and certification). - He plans and supervises the lifting operations on board according to site’s procedures. - He ensures that FPSO cranes are safely and efficiently operated. - He supervises the safe slinging and rigging of equipment. - He plans and calculates load capacities to ensure that all loads are lifted within the safe lifting parameters of cranes. - He must be knowledgeable in all facets of crane operations and safety procedures. - He ensures and follows up all rigging equipment are properly stored, maintained and ensures that a register and quarantine process are in place. - He supports the lifting certification inspector during lifting equipment certification. - He plans the placement and storage of tools and equipment in order to maximise storage and deck load capability. Bunkering: - He prepares and verifies all bunkering equipment prior bunkering operations (condition and certification). - He is in charge of bunkering (water and DO) operations on deck in coordination with Control Room operators and according to client’s procedures. Waste management: - He is charge of waste management on deck: Selective sorting and collection of wastes Management of waste skips in liaison with the Logistic Supervisor. Preparation of waste skips manifests. Issuance of daily, weekly, monthly the waste reports Helicopter operations: - He acts as Helicopter Landing Officer and is in charge of refuelling operations. Other duties: - Notify the Marine Operation Superintendent of the breakdowns, anomalies and faults of the equipment. - When available and in compliance with rest hours policy, he might be requested by the Marine Operation Superintendent to assist in other tasks on board the FPSO. Health, Safety and Environment Responsibilities - He participates fully in all safety initiatives and safety programs. - He participates in all safety meetings, including weekly, pre-tour and pre-job/toolbox meetings. - He monitors personnel and equipment under this control for compliance with statutory requirements and policies and procedures. - He promotes safe working practices. - He defines a preliminary daily risk analysis for the specific activities. - He fully complies with all security, health and safety instructions at all times. - He stays vigilant and maintain continuous awareness of hazards and surroundings.

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  • Loading Master FPSO

    Lowland Marine & Offshore is searching for a Loading Master FPSO. The Loading Master is in charge of the management and follow-up of: - Cargo oil tanks, water ballast tanks, cofferdams and in general, all capacities related of the hull of the FPSO. - Availability for inspection and maintenance jobs of marine related equipment and FPSO, including hull capacities. - The offloading operations for the export tanker. - The loading operations with chemical tanker. - He acts as permit to works coordinator and marine specialist for those jobs. He assists the Marine Operation Superintendent for marine tasks relatives to the FPSO equipment’s and structure. Job function - He is responsible for the loading and transfer operations of crude oil and ballasting and deballasting operations. - He is in charge of the distributing the daily work tasks to the pumpman - He assists the Marine Operation Superintendent upon request. Commercial operations - He calculates and records the daily storage quantity. - He manages crude oil loading, storage and export. - He monitors the loading of produced crude oil and inert gas operations. - He decides on crude oil distribution between tanks, draws up of loading and offloading plans (including pumps and valves to be used). - He carries out trim and stability calculations and maintains appropriate records on board. - He is in charge of Crude Oil Washing operations and planning, including recording of sediments deposit. - He assists the Control Room “production operators” for offloading, metering, inert gas operations and export tanker interfaces. - He is responsible for recording/calculation: Vessel Experience Factor, statistics, tank gauging, offloading data. Quality and quantity of Crude Oil loaded and exported, Analysis procedures (sampling, analysis in accordance with commercial quality recommendations, water de bottoming, salinity BSW), Metering accuracy - He is in charge of slop water management according to MARPOL regulations. - He fills up the Oil Record book part 2 only, under delegation of the Marine Operation Superintendent. Maintenance: - He is in charge of operability and testing of the trim and stability loading computer. - He is charge of the preparation of the tank entry, including work permit. - He follows up of the maintenance of cargo tank equipment. - He follows up of empty spaces (void spaces, chain locker). - He is in charge of anti-pollution equipment verification and preparation on deck as per instructions received from the Marine Operation Manager. Health, Safety and Environment Responsibilities He assists with establishment of marine procedures and provides necessary expertise. He participates in risk analysis for marine operations (HAZID/HAZOP/RA). He gathers ‘lessons learnt’ and provides feedback as required. He fully complies with all security, health and safety instructions. He stays vigilant and maintains continuous awareness of hazards and surroundings. He reports to Marine Operation Superintendent any issue he may face or observe and proposes way of improvement. He fully complies with all HSE requirements at all times He assists the Marine Operations Superintendent for FPSO marine operations and HSE management relative to marine activities.

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  • Marine Terminal Pilot FPSO

    Lowland Marine & Offshore is searching for a Marine Terminal Pilot FPSO. The Pilot acts as marine advisor for export tanker Master, as per port regulations and Company procedures, for the tanker movements on site: arrival, mooring, loading, residence, unmooring, departure, emergency response on board the export tanker. He is the Terminal representative for of Operator/ Client in Angola for any safety, security, environmental and commercial matters on board the export tanker. Job function Safety - He is in charge of the tanker inspection on arrival for safety, security and environmental related matters. - He checks the conformity of export tanker and her crew. - He verifies compliance of the export tanker with MARPOL regulations during her stay on site. - He acts as ISPS representative on board the export tanker on behalf of the PFSO and is the PFSO delegate on board the FPSO - He acts as focus point on board the tanker during normal and emergency situations. - He fills up the ISGOTT Ship Shore Safety Check List with the Export Tanker’s Master. Export tanker handling - He uses available naval means (tugs and AHTS) for tanker movement as per Client procedures and port regulations. - He reviews export tanker handling procedures and emergency response on a regular basis. - He is in charge of mooring team management during export tanker operations. - He follows up the maintenance of offloading buoy, mooring equipment and floating hoses with marine crew - He coordinates the activities at the bow/stern and on deck of the export tanker. - He supervises the hoses connection/disconnection. - He is in charge of handling/transfer of material and equipment with the export tanker. Terminal representative - He endorses all loading/offloading documents and all other commercial documentations on behalf of Company (except the Bill of Lading). - He follows up the cargo operations: inspection with cargo surveyors on deck, loading/discharge plan, loading/offloading operations and communications with cargo control room. - He draws up "brief call reports" for Company. - He initiates the "letter of protest" when needed. - He evaluates the training requirements of the naval mean’s Master (tugs and AHTS). Other activities - He assists the Marine Operation Superintendent on board the FPSO/Offloading Buoy for marine related activities and provides his marine expertise. - When available and in compliance with rest hours policy, he might be requested by the Marine Operation Manager to assist for marine/pilotage related activities within the block. - When available and in compliance with rest hours policy, he might be requested by the Marine Operation Manager to inspect the naval means (tugs and AHTS) and to verify compliance and condition of their towing equipment. Health, Safety and Environment Responsibilities - He assists in establishing emergency marine procedures and provide necessary expertise. - He participates in risk analysis for marine operations (HAZID/HAZOP). - He gathers ‘lessons learnt’ and provides feedback as required. - He fully complies with all security, health and safety instructions at all times. - He stays vigilant and maintains continuous awareness of hazards and surroundings. - He reports to Marine Operation Superintendent any issue the may face or observe and propose way of improvement.

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  • Marine Operation Superintendent FPSO

    Lowland Marine & Offshore is searching for a Marine Operation Superintendent FPSO. The Marine Operation Superintendent ensures that all activities related to the Marine discipline, particularly operational procedures of marine equipment and related systems are correctly and safely defined and followed. He ensures that all marine related equipment are operational. It covers amongst other: - All cargo, slop, ballast and offloading systems. - All bunker stations. - All mooring systems. - All systems associated with offloading, tandem offloading including hydraulic systems, winches, QCDC, hoses, hoses reels and Hawsers. - Marine telecommunication systems: berthing aid system, navigation aids, FPSO Motion Reference Unit, Meteorological station, non-directional (radio) beacon (NDB). - Offshore field monitoring system (ISPS – radar system). - The Marine Operation Superintendent highlights to the RSES any points that may lead to concerns during operations of marine systems, offloading, tank inspection, (etc.) or deviate from availability and reliability targets. - He is the interface with the Marine Operation Manager as well as with all concerned and related FPSO departments regarding marine and logistic related matters. - Provide his Master’s tanker experience to other departments as required. - Prepare and develop marine operational guidelines and procedures. - He will provide the principal expertise on board the FPSO of marine operations to support marine activities. Job function - He is the marine adviser for the OIM/RSES on board. - He manages Marine, logistic team, deck team. - He is the designated Port Facility Security Officer, including access control management. - He is the point of contact of the export tanker. - He assists HSE, production, maintenance and inspection teams when requested for typical marine related activities for FPSO. - He is in charge of the FPSO statutory certifications follow-up, conservation and archiving. Commercial operations: - He re-schedules offloading operation in relation with Client’s Trading Shipping, Local Authorities, Marine Operation Manager and Senior Pilot. - He ensures that tanker lifting operations are carried out according to the Lifting agreement. He is in charge of establishing all off-loading documentation (Bill of Lading, Cargo manifest, letter of protest, timesheet, Certificate of Quality and Quantity etc.) - He ensures availability and operability of loading/offloading systems and associated equipment (mooring, offloading buoys, floating hoses, etc.) Maintenance: - He organises and manages the specific maintenance operations related to marine equipment (winches, bollards, capstans, etc.), including the workboat readiness and operability. - He follows up the condition of navigation aids on board the FPSO/Buoy: gyro compass, weather aids, radar, ARPA, warning lights and signals. - He follows up of FPSO and Offloading buoy anchoring loads. - He follows up the safety control systems related to export operations: communications, SPM telemetry, emergency shutdown (tests, etc), QCDC, hawser release, load cell, metering system. - He is in charge of follow-up of storage, export and ballast piping integrity and pumping means (cargo pumps, hydraulic units, etc.) - He coordinates the Crude and ballast tank preparation and follows up the maintenance and inspection activities. - He issues the purchase order, spare parts with SAP for marine materials and carries out the follow-up. - He manages the spare parts for logistics and marine equipment. - He follows up the FPSO cranes conditions. - He follows up the FPSO helideck maintenance and audit preparation. - He follows up the maintenance operations pertaining to mooring and connection of the buoy and the FPSO (including offloading lines). Hull: - He is in charge of Crude Oil loading and storing, off-loading, outflow monitoring. - He is responsible of the FPSO Hull Stability, ballasting, water, diesel oil and other products monitoring and supply in close relation with the “Responsible Operation” and the “Loading Master”. - He follows up the slop water discharge and bilge water discharge (including filling of oil record book part 2). - He is in charge of crude oil washing plans and sediment deposit control. - He is responsible for Cargo Lifting and handling operations by crane. - He is the FUIMS representative on board. Health, Safety and Environment Responsibilities - He assists with establishment of emergency marine procedures and provides necessary expertise. - He is in charge of Marine Procedures application within the FPSO 500 m zone. - He participates in risk analysis for marine operations (HAZID/HAZOP). - He gathers ‘lessons learnt’ and provides his feedback as required. - He fully complies with all security, health and safety instructions. - He stays vigilant and maintains continuous awareness of hazards and surroundings. - He reports his Management any issue he may face or observe and propose ways of improvement. - He fully complies with all HSE requirements at all times. - He is in charge of managing the naval means within the FPSO 500m in emergency situation (abandon, fire, oil spill, Man over board, etc.)

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  • Marine Superintendent FPSO

    Lowland Marine & Offshore is searching for a French speaking Marine Superintendent FPSO. The Marine Superintendent is in charge of the technical follow up of the fleet of vessels of the affiliate including the project vessel. He is the Marine activities focus point within the affiliate. Job function Dimensions of the job - Marine spread: More than 40 units: 13 PSV, 7 tugs, 2 FSIV, 3 MPSV (IMR), 2 AHTS, 1 Flotel barges, 4 Deepwater Rig, 8 Surfers et 4 FPSOs (10 extra units expected within next 2 years). - Other scope activities: support to seismic surveys, offshore projects, etc. Operations - Carry out inspection on board all client’s fleet - Establish planning and follow-up of inspections - Follow-up action plans after inspections - Carry out review of marine contractors - Participate to marine contractors meetings when required - Follow-up of International regulations (IMO, class , OCIMF, Flag states) - Call for Tender: participate to preparation of Exhibits, technical specifications, technical evaluation - Participate to review of Marine procedures - Deliver Marine Expertise to clients’s entities using marine means: FCP, ITV, EXP, DEX, Projects, etc. HSE - Initiate and participate to Marine Contractors Audits - Follow up of Synergi cases related to OVID inspections - Member of Board of Enquiry in case of accident if required - Promote HSE culture of client - Participate to Simops Task Force when required - Participate to Emergency drill when required - Participate to Risk analysis and Incident Root Cause analysis when required - Coach junior marine superintendent

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  • Logistic & Marine Methods Engineer

    Lowland Marine & Offshore is searching for a Logistic & Marine Methods Engineer. Job function Tasks/activities - Provide support to operational services Logistic Division (DT/LOG) in the areas of procedures and KPIs - Monitor the SIM repository in DT/LOG (creation, updates) - Optimize operations through the creation, monitoring and analysis of Key Performance Indicators - Supervise software systems used by DT/LOG: PTS, UNISUP RLM, SCOT - Take leadership on the implementation of SCOT project (Project management, coordination, tests, procedures) - Prepare DT/LOG strategy in line with the business development and coming expansion of perimeter (6 FPSOs in 2 year time) - Promote transmission of knowledge to engineers and technicians of the service. Dimensions of the job - Increase of activities (2 new FPSO in 2017) - Rationalization and optimization of logistics through 4C&D project - Angolanisation of positions - Logistics practices to be broadcasted, especially for service providers. Job description Update/create logistics processes: - Study, develop, produce and implement logistics operational procedures - Provide support to logistics services for their procedures - Check proper application of procedure and suggest solutions in case of discrepancies - Maintain files and directory to follow-up procedures status. Logistics softwares (UNISUP, RLM v2, SCOT, PTS, Log Vessel module and TRAM) - Act as relevant trade for applications/system business tools - Ensure with specialized services that update, archive and maintenance are performed - Participate in the definition of developments and their deployment - Manage the daily support of softwares: update of databases, implementation of new versions, training of end-users on sites. In the context of head of methods service: - Transmit knowledge to operational teams - Participate in technical and human solutions to adapt DT/LOG organization to clients activities - Assist hierarchy in the Samba project (preservation of documents) for DT/LOG - Determine factors of improvement and optimization for logistics operations by paying regular visits to operational sites (Industrial Base, Drilling rigs, Productions sites) - Propose appropriate operational logistics structures (project integration) - Develop and disseminate weekly and monthly reporting - Assist hierarchy in budget preparation and monitoring - Control consistency of invoices vs service actually provided by supplier - Supervise creation of DA/PR for services and decentralized purchases of other services - Manage order tracking and Service Entry Sheet creation (SES) in SAP to enable appropriate payment of suppliers - Monitor and update organizational structure of DT/LOG - Support other logistics services in creation/update of job descriptions - Prepare logistics presentations for communication with other divisions and partners - Coordinate LSO committees (schedule, presentations, interviews) - Supervise vessel activity reporting (RAN/RAT) HSE Responsibilities - Ensure proper implementation of HSE rules of Total E&P within DT/LOG - Implement and monitor logistics KPIs for internal clients (Base, Log Mer, Log Air) and external (Production, Drilling) - Set-up/Edit tables and associated KPI reporting - Update existing KPIs and adapt to operational needs - Make weekly monitoring of indicators (chemicals, air, marine, passengers and delays, stock movements, working hours) - Challenge other entities to get data on time - Report quarterly CPI to LSO

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  • Senior Dynamic Positioning Superintendent

    Lowland Marine & Offshore is searching for a French speaking Senior Dynamic Positioning Superintendent. The Senior Dynamic Positioning Superintendent is in charge of the technical follow up of the fleet of DP vessel of the affiliate including the project vessel. He is the DP activities focus point within the affiliate. Job function Dimensions of the job - Marine spread: more than 40 units: 13 PSV, 7 tugs, 2 FSIV, 3 MPSV (IMR), 2 AHTS, 1 Flotel barges, 4 Deepwater Rig, 8 Surfers et 4 FPSOs (10 extra units expected within next 2 years). - Other scope activities: support to seismic surveys, offshore projects, etc Operations: 1. Assess the application of International and Company rules and guidelines. 2. Organize, carry-out and issue report of DP suitability Audit for all type of vessels equipped with a DP Class 1,2 or 3 Suitability audit shall covers the following aspects: - Design Philosophy in relation with IMO 645 - DP contractor philosophy (operation and HSE) - Class notation requirements in relation with the evolution of the Class and IMCA guidelines - Relevance of the position reference system type Vs type of operation to be carried out - Competency requirements of Deck and Engine crew - Operational and Emergency procedures - Electric production and distribution - Propulsion lay-out - Maintenance and spare part philosophy - Reporting Incident 3. Provide DP Expertise and assistance to the different end-users of DP vessels (Operations, Drilling, and Subsea Department) - Operation preparation - CFT (DP capability and configuration) - Develop Marine Procedures, guidelines and reporting process 4. Establish communication between Contractor and Company Technical Marine Departments - Direct link for Supply vessels - Via Company Superintendent for other types of vessels (Drillship, Construction vessels) 5. Establish a follow-up of performances of the Contractors involved in DP operations - KPI for Crew - Incident reporting - Maintenance/spare parts - Follow-up DP Audit corrective actions HSE: - Follow up of Synergy cases related to DP - Member of Board of Enquiry in case of accident if required - Promote HSE culture of TEPA - Participate to Simops Task Force when required - Participate to Emergency drill when required - Participate to Risk analysis and Incident Root Cause analysis when required - Coach junior DP marine superintendent

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  • Engineers

    For one of our clients we are searching for  Engineers. Job requirements: - A nautical college degree (MBO or HBO) - A valid certificate of competence in accordance with STCW95 - Minimum of 2 years experience as an engineer on seagoing vessels - Solid knowledge of the English and Dutch language, both written and spoken. Job tasks: The main task of the Engine Room Engineers on board our vessels is to ensure (as a team) a safe operation of the (diesel/electric) power plant, the frequency converter driven thrusters and all associated equipment in accordance with highest standards. The independent execution of watch keeping duties and planned maintenance are of course part of this task. We offer a challenging job within a dynamic company with good remuneration and employment conditions as well as an equal time leave schedule (5 weeks on and 5 weeks off).

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