Prime International Mast A

Vacancy detail

Oil, Gas and Petro

2 x maintenance Superintendents (FPSO)

Offshore Brazil

Attractive Benefits

Ref: 1022


Two Maintenance Superintendents required to work on a 4/4 rotation offshore Brazil.

Permanent position, offering fantastic career opportunities to OIM and attractive company benefits.


Professional qualifications and experience requirements
- Dangerous Cargo endorsement.
- Extensive experience on Tankers to the rank of 1st Engineer. OR
- 5 years experience of FPSO operation, 2 years at Superintendent level.
- Experience and knowledge of oil production, gas compression power generation and water injection systems.
- Computer literate and experienced on maintenance management systems.
Typical main activities and responsibilities
- Responsible for the correct operation of the utility equipment and the maintenance and repair of all machinery, systems, process and equipment on the FPSO.
- Knowledge of roles and responsibilities with regard to emergency response.
- Supervise a department consisting of engineers and supervisors with electrical instrument and mechanical fabrication, machine shop and welding skills.
- Responsible for maintaining and requisitioning stocks of spare parts, consumables, tools, fuel, lubricating oils and chemicals.
- Ensure that spare parts received are fit for purpose.
- Organise, administer and implement the planned maintenance systems for all the various equipment and machinery on the FPSO, including safety equipment.
- Maintain a record of survey for all Hull, Machinery, Process and Utility equipment ensuring that all administration and Class requirements are complied with and requesting the timely attendance of surveyors as appropriate to a continuous survey regime.
- Communicate to the FPSO Operations Manager in Brazil, machinery and equipment deficiencies and request technical advice as required from the Brazil operations office and manufacturers etc. directly.
- Routinely monitor the performance of machinery, equipment and systems. Take corrective action or request advice from the Brazil operations office as required.
- Administer and enter machinery and equipment daily log and workbook records into the planned maintenance system so that accurate and comprehensive records are maintained onboard.
- Maintain a close working relationship with the Production Superintendent.
- Act as Area Authority under the Permit to Work system.
- Thorough knowledge of Permit to Work system, Isolation Standards, Risk Assessment.
- Ensure that the personnel assigned to the Maintenance Dept are fully conversant with their duties and responsibilities. Establish their level of competency and undertake to provide coaching/training where shortfalls are identified. To provide guidance and support to subordinates.
- Carry out objective probationary and annual assessments. Manage day-to-day disciplinary and performance issues on board, in conjunction with OIM.
Work schedule
- On board day work but 24 hour call.
Courses
- Offshore Survival
- Tanker Safety / Familiarisation
- First Aid (Advance