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KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Marine and Offshore Operations:
  • Assists the Master to ensure the safe and efficient control of vessel.
  • Perform the role of Watch keeper when on conventional watches to ensure the safe navigation of the vessels.
  • Maintains stability and watertight integrity of vessel to ensure statutory criteria compliances.
  • Maintains the Vessel’s lifting equipment and keeps us
  • Ensure that personnel complete tasks in a safe and efficient manner and comply with all company policies, regulatory laws and regulations.
Deck and Crew Supervision:
  • Departmental head for Deck officers and crew.
  • Assesses Deck Crew and Bridge officers to ensure compliance.
  • Be familiar with the relevant safe working practices, procedures and permit to work system.
  • Enforces policies and procedures and maritime laws to ensure compliance with the vessel security plan, garbage management plan.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Degree from a recognized Maritime Academy or University.
  • Valid Chief mate unlimited License STCW95 III/2 Valid 5 years
  • Vessel Flag state endorsement of license C.O.E
  • Valid Basic safety training STCW
  • Valid Proficiency in Rescue boat and Survival Craft A-VI/2-1 - STCW Code
  • Valid Advance Fire Fighting A-VI/3 - STCW Code
  • Valid Seafarer Medical fitness certificate -STCW
  • Valid Awareness in security- STCW Code- in effect 2017
 Minimum Experience:
  • 2 or more years of experience as Chief Mate on vessels in the offshore oil& Gas industry or 2 or more years of experience as Chief Mate on other vessels preferably on lift boat.
  • JUB experience must have 2 years on a self-propelled Jack up Barge.
 

Job Features

Job CategoryFull Time
LocationAl Safliya - Saudi Arabia
Position LevelSenior

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Marine and Offshore Operations: Assists the Master to ensure the safe and efficient control of vessel. Perform the role of Watch keeper when on conventional watches to ensure the...

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Marine and Offshore Operations:
  • Ensure effective use of the Company’s Planned Maintenance system.
  • Record and report all non-conformance, incidents, abnormal situations, and potential hazards to Captain.
  • Develop and Promote effective troubleshooting conditions evaluation and root cause failure analysis programs for all technical equipment’s.
  • Responsible for ensuring that the technical department are conversant with relevant vessel specific procedures, that they are understood, utilized and updated accordingly.
  • Ensure that personnel complete tasks in a safe and efficient manner and comply with all company policies, regulatory laws and regulations.
  • Review all equipment inspections, certificates, reports, received from the Materials Coordinator.
Materials Handling & Storage:
  • Review all equipment inspections, certificates, reports, received from the Materials Coordinator
  • Liaises with the maintenance department to ensure that the permit to work and isolation systems are strictly adhered to by the maintenance department.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Degree from a recognized Maritime Academy or University.
  • Valid Chief Engineer unlimited License STCW95 III/2
  • Vessel Flag state endorsement of licence C.O.E
  • Valid Basic safety training STCW
  • Valid Proficiency in Rescue boat and Survival Craft A-VI/2-1 - STCW Code
  • Valid Advance Fire Fighting A-VI/3 - STCW Code
  • Valid Seafarer Medical fitness certificate -STCW
  • Valid Awareness in security- STCW Code- in effect 2017
 Minimum Experience:
  • 2 or more years of experience as Chief Engineer on vessels in the offshore oil& Gas industry or 2 or more years of experience as Chief Engineer on other vessels preferably on lift boat.
  • JUB experience must have 2 years on a self-propelled Jack up Barge.
 

Job Features

Job CategoryFull Time
LocationAl Safiliya - Saudi Arabia
Position LevelSenior

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Marine and Offshore Operations: Ensure effective use of the Company’s Planned Maintenance system. Record and report all non-conformance, incidents, abnormal situations, and pot...

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Risk Assessment and Compliance Monitoring: Monitor  on  a  regular  basis,  the  performance  of  contractors  and  obligations  to  clients,  to  ensure  that  HSE related terms and conditions are met and that there is compliance with company policies and procedures as well as that of clients and best practices. Regularly  monitor  the  work  conducted  by  HSE  Officers  to  check  on  progress  and  ensure  that  quality standards are being maintained to achieve set plans and objectives. Monitor the extent of compliance with risk assessments programs in order to enforce the correct use of control measures  and  provide  advice  to  HSE  Officers  on  corrective  action  to  be  taken  within  scope  of  work  and approvals. Identify the controls required to reduce the risk as low as reasonably practicable considering the hierarchy of control. Conduct sites visits as per the approved site visit schedule  for safety inspections, discuss findings  with the PIC on-board, prepare/ and or review the reports with department management and issue upon approval. Site Inspections: Perform  frequent  safety  inspections  in  work  locations  including  rigs  and  offices  to  observe  working conditions, equipment and employee behaviors and identify safety problems and make recommendations for corrective action. Incident Investigations: ▪    Investigate or participate in joint investigations with concerned operations and or clients, to provide HSE technical input in support of incident investigation to determine incident cause. ▪    Prepare and review incident investigation reports and make SMART recommendation aimed at correcting or preventing recurrence. ▪    Generate HSE alerts for concerned managers to review and cascade lessons learned across the fleet. Other Duties: Perform related duties and responsibilities as may be delegated by the department management which may include but not limited to; ▪    Represent the department in any committee for specific matters. ▪    Review HSE in-house training materials and provide technical inputs to enhance its robustness/efficiency. ▪    Attend pre-tour and pre-job meetings during rig/ asset visits and provide inputs to enhance effectiveness. ▪    Attend seminars and workshops on company nomination as part of continued professional development (CPD) to further enhance HSE knowledge and competence. ▪    Conduct  HSE  inductions  of  new  employees  at  head  office  during  the  absence  of  HSE  Training Coordinator. Minimum Qualifications: ▪    Bachelor's  degree  in  any  discipline  or   equivalent   academic   qualification  in   a   Health,   Safety  and Environment related course. NEBOSH Diploma may be considered with minimum of five years’ hands-on experience in drilling. ▪    NEBOSH International General Certificate (IGC) Minimum Experience: Drilling rig HSE experience offshore minimum 7- 10 years – preferably HSE advisor to HSE supervisor role ▪    Preferable to have experience and knowledge of drilling & workover operations ▪    Demonstrate outstanding leadership and technical abilities and performance in current and prior functions and /or operational job assignments with offshore/onshore drilling companies. ▪ Candidate worked with major drilling companies or clients. ▪    Vast knowledge of IADC incident classifications and rates / frequency calculations. ▪    Knowledgeable in ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OSHA 18001 ▪    Good MS Office skills particularly in Excel, Words and Power point. Job-Specific Skills: ▪    Ability to initiate new improvement ideas and mentor crews effectively with good leadership approach. ▪    Ability to analysis scenarios based on specific guidelines or procedures and offer practical advice.  

Job Features

Job CategoryFull Time
LocationHead office - HO
Position levelSupervisor

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Risk Assessment and Compliance Monitoring: Monitor  on  a  regular  basis,  the  performance  of  contractors  and  obligations  to  clients,  to  ensure  that  H...

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:
  • To plan and organize preventive and corrective maintenance of all electronics equipment and control system in the operations to keep the rig fully operational with high reliability while ensuring a safe working place.
  • Assure the responsibility of the respective rig’s hydraulic maintenance to ensure maximum rig output with minimum hazards.
  • Operate the electronics and control systems, its interface system into the electrical system, including VFD controlled electrical power so as to obtain maximum output generation within time and cost limits.
  • Maintain the electronics system via continuous checks and tests to ensure conformity with GDI’s maintenance and safety standards.
  • Organize, schedule and allocate manpower resources for shutdown and turnaround work related to Electronics equipment in accordance with rig shut down and turnaround plans.
  • Acquire maintenance checklists from the PMS (Preventive Maintenance System) and ensure that it meets the listed requirements and perform the monthly preventive maintenance in order to ensure conformity with safety and performance standards.
  • Review the inventory of spare parts and reduce the dormant stock to optimum levels so as to reduce the inventory carrying cost.
  • Order critical spare parts needed for rig equipment to ensure equipment can be run at short notice.
  • Ensure proper reporting to Rig Maintenance Supervisor / Technical Manager. Particular emphasis on maintenance reporting and equipment failure root cause investigation.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Diploma in Electronics / Instrumentation / Electrical Engineering or equivalent
Minimum Experience:
  • 5 years in a similar position.
Training Compliance:
  • Compex Training
  • PLC COURSEfor Rig System
  • VFD (Variable Frequency Drive) system
  • Amphion /Cyber Base and equivalent systems
  • Jacking systems /Fixation systems controls
  • Engines and power systems controls
  • NOV drilling package or equivalent
  • UPSs different capacities and different types
  • Communication, Radio and telephone systems
  • Fire and Gas systems
  • ESD systems
  • Class survey requirement
  • Rig maintenance and inspection
  • Tank gauging systems
  • Vessel monitoring systems
  • Cranes load monitoring systems.

Job Features

Job CategoryFull Time
LocationJV Offshore Rig
Position LevelSenior

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: To plan and organize preventive and corrective maintenance of all electronics equipment and control system in the operations to keep the rig fully operational with high reliabili...

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:
  • To plan and organize preventive and corrective maintenance of all hydraulics and control equipment in operation to keep the rig fully operational with high reliability while ensuring a safe working place.
  • Assure the responsibility of the respective rig’s hydraulic maintenance to ensure maximum rig output with minimum hazards.
  • Maintain the hydraulics system via continuous checks and tests to ensure conformity with GDI’s maintenance and safety standards.
  • Organize, schedule and allocate manpower resources for shutdown and turnaround work related tohydraulic equipment in accordance with rig shut down and turnaround plans.
  • Acquire maintenance checklists from the PMS (Preventive Maintenance System) and ensure that it meets the listed requirements and perform the monthly preventive maintenance in order to ensure conformity with safety and performance standards.
  • Review the inventory of spare parts and reduce the dormant stock to optimum levels so as to reduce the inventory carrying cost.
  • Order critical spare parts needed for rig equipment to ensure equipment can be run at short notice.
  • Ensure proper reporting to Rig Maintenance Supervisor / Technical Manager. Particular emphasis on maintenance reporting and equipment failure root cause investigation.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Qualified in Hydraulic / Fluid Control or equivalent field / industry experience.
  • Demonstrated experience in similar role with relevant systems and equipment.
Minimum Experience:
  • 5 years in a similar experience.
Training Compliance: ▪ Jacking systems /Fixation systems controls ▪ NOV and/or Cameron/TTS drilling package or equivalent ▪ Class survey requirement ▪ Rig maintenance and inspection ▪ Cranes load monitoring systems ▪ BOP control systems ▪ Crane hydraulic systems.  

Job Features

Job CategoryFull Time
LocationJV Offshore Rig
Position LevelSenior

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: To plan and organize preventive and corrective maintenance of all hydraulics and control equipment in operation to keep the rig fully operational with high reliability while ensu...

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:
  • Assure the responsibility of the respective rig’s electronics maintenance so as to ensure maximum rig output with minimum hazards.
  • Operate the electronics system, its interface system into the electrical system, including VFD controlled electrical power so as to obtain maximum output generation within time and cost limits.
  • Acquire maintenance checklists from the PMS (Preventive Maintenance System) and ensure that it meets the listed requirements and perform the monthly preventive maintenance in order to ensure conformity with safety and performance standards.
  • Report immediately any PMS deviation to assure complying to rig systems.
  • Review the inventory of spare parts and reduce the dormant stock to optimum levels so as to reduce the inventory carrying cost.
  • Continuously apply spot checks an operating electronics equipment to ensure availability and capability to handle upcoming operations.
Minimum Qualifications: Diploma in Electronics / Instrumentation / Electrical Engineering or equivalent Minimum Experience:
  • 5 years in a similar position
Job-Specific Skills:
  • Independent working skills
  • Electrical Preventive Maintenance skills
  • Computer skills
  • Fluent in English Language (reading/writing/speaking
Training Compliance:
  • Compex Training
  • PLC COURSE for Rig System
  • VFD (Variable Frequency Drive) system
  • Amphion /Cyber Base and equivalent systems
  • Jacking systems /Fixation systems controls
  • Engines and power systems controls

Job Features

Job CategoryFull Time
LocationJV Offshore Rig
Position LevelSenior

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Assure the responsibility of the respective rig’s electronics maintenance so as to ensure maximum rig output with minimum hazards. Operate the electronics system, its interface...

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:
  • Assume the responsibility of the respective rig’s electrical maintenance so as to ensure maximum rig output with minimum hazards.
  • Conduct continuous checks and tests in order to maintain the electrical system in conformity with GDI’s maintenance and safety standards.
  • Operate the electrical system and SCRC (silicon control rectifier system), including generation of electrical power so as to obtain maximum output generation within time and cost limits.
  • Organize, schedule and allocate manpower resources for shutdown and turnaround work related to electrical equipment in accord with rig shutdown and turnaround plans.
  • Review the inventory of spare parts and reduce the dormant stock to optimum levels so as to reduce the inventory carrying cost.
  • Continuously apply spot checks on operating electrical equipment to ensure availability and capability to handle upcoming operations.
  • Conducts all works activities in a safe and environmentally responsible manner at all times by not taking on any task(s) that are perceived to be unsafe.
  • Complies with the company QHSE Management system.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Diploma in Electrical Engineering.
  • Formal qualification is required for HSE reasons.
Minimum Experience
  • 5 years in a similar position.
Job-Specific Skills:
  • Technical knowledge of rig electrical equipment.
  • Ability of working unsupervised.

Job Features

Job CategoryFull Time
LocationJV Offshore Rig
Position LevelSenior

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Assume the responsibility of the respective rig’s electrical maintenance so as to ensure maximum rig output with minimum hazards. Conduct continuous checks and tests in order t...

Operations Offshore, Rumailah
Posted 4 months ago
KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Marine and Offshore Operations:
  • Assist Chief Engineer with manning various aspects of maintenance to ensure continued operation of the vessels and equipment.
  • Record and report all non-conformance, incidents, abnormal situations, and potential hazards to Chief Engineer to take action.
  • Responsible for ensuring that the technical department are conversant with relevant vessel specific procedures, that they are understood, utilized and updated accordingly.
  • Ensure that personnel complete tasks in a safe and efficient manner and comply with all company policies, regulatory laws and regulations.
  • Review all equipment inspections, certificates, reports, received from the Materials Coordinator.
  • Assist the Material Coordinator to ensure electrical and mechanical equipment is stored and preserved in the correct manner and location.
 Routine Maintenance:
  • Follows the Company’s Planned Maintenance System to conduct preventative and corrective maintenance activities.
  • Liaises with the maintenance department to ensure that the permit to work and isolation systems are strictly adhered to by the maintenance department.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Diploma from a recognized Maritime Academy or University.
  • Valid 2nd engineers unlimited License STCW95 III/2
  • Vessel Flag state endorsement of license C.O.E
  • Valid Basic safety training STCW
  • Valid Proficiency in Rescue boat and Survival Craft A-VI/2-1 - STCW Code
  • Valid Advance Fire Fighting A-VI/3 - STCW Code
  • Valid Seafarer Medical fitness certificate -STCW
  • Valid Awareness in security- STCW Code- in effect 2017
 Minimum Experience:
  • 3 or more years of experience as 2nd Engineer on vessels in the offshore oil& Gas industry or 2 or more years of experience as 2nd Engineer on other vessels preferably on lift boat.

Job Features

Job CategoryFull Time
LocationBarge Operations
Position LevelSenior

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Marine and Offshore Operations: Assist Chief Engineer with manning various aspects of maintenance to ensure continued operation of the vessels and equipment. Record and report al...

Operations Offshore, Rumailah
Posted 4 months ago
KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: First Aid and Medical Treatment:
  • Provide general first aid and medical care to personnel on-board in order to ensure the level of medical care meets the company standards, this includes dealing with cuts and abrasions, making and changing dressings and giving tetanus injections and coordinates with OHA regarding treatment plan.
  • Maintain stock of first aid and medical supplies as per the GDI’s approved list and initiate necessary requisition orders to replenish such stock.
Training and On-board Safety Induction:
  • Participates in presenting employee induction/training programs as when required and advises department management on upgrading the training systems with regard to Health, Safety & Environmental issues.
General Administration:
  • Prepares equipment and documentation for random inspections by GDI and GDI clients when required.
  • Conduct site inspections and Audits on the Mobile Offshore Unit (MOU/MODU) managing GDI audit schedule.
  • Conduct spot checks of work areas and ensure everyone knows the hazards and risk associated with certain tasks that are undertaken on-board.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in nursing (4 years) or Diploma in Nursing (3 years after graduation from high school/12 years) with 2 years clinical experience after registration and licensing as registered nurse in home country.
  • Qualifications in alternative medicine physiotherapy, Homeopathy, Ayurvedic are not acceptable.
  • Passed the PROMETRIC exams for General Scope Nurse by QCHP
  • Have attended and be in possession of certificate ACLS (advanced critical life Support) and ITLS (international Trauma Life Support) or other similar training as required. However, such training shall be completed in Qatar during probation period.
  • The applicant shall be currently registered and licensed within the country of origin.
 Basic qualifications for Offshore Rig Nurse
  • ALS (Advanced Life Support)
  • ITLS (International Trauma Life Support)
Note: ITLS, ILS, AND ALS should be renewed according to the prescribed date of validity. Licensed/eligible to be licensed to practice as nurse by MOPH-QATAR Minimum Experience: 3 years’ experience as Nurse including proof of working in an emergency and outpatient hospital set-up.    

Job Features

Job CategoryFull Time
LocationRumailah
Position LevelSenior

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: First Aid and Medical Treatment: Provide general first aid and medical care to personnel on-board in order to ensure the level of medical care meets the company standards, this i...

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES
  • Participates in developing long term and short terms Support Services Strategies.
  • Manages annual budget preparation and control all budgetary lines, payments as per schedule of contracts rates.
  • Monitors performance of contractors’ activities to ensure service delivery meets contractual obligations and is in line with GDI policies and procedures.
  • Manages, conclude technical bids for each contract, prepares techno-commercial evaluation reports/recommendations and attends meetings with TC Committee during contracts awarding stages
  • Coordinates with the finance department as required administering and evaluating submissions of contractors’ payments, claims and reimbursements
  • Prepare and concludes periodic reports, presentations and analyses on contracts performance and related areas of supervision and recommends actions as may deem appropriate and forwards the same to manager for further review
  • Participates as directed by manager in allocating suitable accommodation for all onshore/offshore employees and provides associated services as stipulated in the policies and procedures
  • Arranges all DSSA functions, GDI official meeting, visits, and seminars to meet organizational requirements.
  • Ensures that HSE Officer duties within DSSA camp are administered to fulfil QHSE responsibilities.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in any discipline.
Minimum Experience:
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in similar field.
  • As assigned, discusses/communicates requirements to assist in the planning/budgeting and implementation of support services set objectives.
   

Job Features

Job CategoryFull Time
LocationDukhan Onshore
Position LevelSupervisor Role

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES Participates in developing long term and short terms Support Services Strategies. Manages annual budget preparation and control all budgetary lines, payments as per schedule of co...

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES
  • Conducts all works activities in line with GDI GOAL ZER0 initiative, to stay safe and be environmentally responsible at all times by not taking on any task(s) that are perceived to be unsafe.
  • Takes the correct action if the well bore shows warning signs of reducing over balance or indicators of a kick.
  • Operate the drilling controls while observing gauges and other aids to apply appropriate weight on bit, rotation and drill pipe pressure to drill ahead. Drills the hole using good oilfield practice to the required depth including calculating the volume of drilling fluid and required pre-kick estimate of materials needed.
  • Monitors the string in terms of quality performance. Ensures that proper maintenance and handling is observed, always on the lookout to detect anomalies such as kicks, pressure losses and abnormal torque.
  • Organises routine maintenance and repairs of all drilling equipment and checks their condition and quantity of required tools to ensure that the equipment being used are in optimum condition. Includes, ensuring that drill string is properly handled and maintained, carrying out complete weekly check on the derrick and substructure.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Completion of Secondary (12 years) education
  • Valid I.W.C.F. certificate (Drillers Level for Surface Bop Stack)
  • Applicable short training courses: Fire Fighting and Survival H2S, ALERT, Accident Prevention, BOP, Well Kick Control and Prevention.
 Minimum Experience:
  • 8 years rig experience, at least 3 years as driller in Amphion drilling systems, cyber chair JU2000.

Job Features

Job CategoryFull Time
LocationJV Operation Rig
Position LevelSenior

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES Conducts all works activities in line with GDI GOAL ZER0 initiative, to stay safe and be environmentally responsible at all times by not taking on any task(s) that are perceived t...

JOB OBJECTIVE: To provide HSE technical monitoring/coaching/mentoring and assistance to rig/ asset management on compliance with applicable state and international regulations, GDI programs and policies to enhance employee awareness of HSE awareness and to enable them to fulfil their HSE responsibilities. KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES
  • Conduct HSE induction for crew and visitors to the rig/asset depending on the job duties being carried out at that time.
  • Coach GDI employees & 3rd party personnel on safe work practices on board the respective Rig or Asset.
  • Monitor and implement environmental legal requirements/regulation to ensure the rig is in compliance with health, safety and environmental laws, standards, and regulations of governmental agencies.
  • Maintain environmental documentation and records as required by regulation to support permit compliance and other requirements.
  • Conduct visual inspection of the H2S equipment & BA system to ensure that this essential equipment is in working condition 24/7. Report any defects/issues to H2S Technician (if assigned) or to mechanic/person responsible.
  • Provide support as necessary to enhance safe helicopter take off and landing on board the rig/ asset if no other person available as trained HLO onboard.
  • Maintain files and prepare required electronic and written reports/risk statistics including weekly, monthly, annual and environment reports and other related reports so that management can plan accordingly.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by direct HSE Supervisor in order to ensure that flow of work is continuous and adequate relief is provided.
  • Leads the continual improvement process of GDI and applicable client’s HSE programs on-board.
  • Assist in the implementation and improvement of IMS programs.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline or preferable in HSE or Engineering
  • NEBOSH International General Certificate (IGC)
Minimum Experience: Minimum 5 years “hands-on” HSE Officer/Advisor experience in drilling or work over rigs with sound working knowledge of best oilfield practices &

Job Features

Job CategoryFull Time

JOB OBJECTIVE: To provide HSE technical monitoring/coaching/mentoring and assistance to rig/ asset management on compliance with applicable state and international regulations, GDI programs and polici...

Operations Offshore, Rumailah
Posted 6 months ago
KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Marine and Offshore Operations:
  • Ensure effective use of the Company’s Planned Maintenance system.
  • Record and report all non-conformance, incidents, abnormal situations, and potential hazards to Captain.
  • Develop and promote effective troubleshooting conditions evaluation and root cause failure analysis programs for all technical equipment’s.
  • Responsible for ensuring that the technical department are conversant with relevant vessel specific procedures, that they are understood, utilized and updated accordingly.
  • Ensure that personnel complete tasks in a safe and efficient manner and comply with all company policies, regulatory laws and regulations.
Materials Handling & Storage:
  • Review all equipment inspections, certificates, reports, received from the materials Coordinator
  • Liaises with the maintenance department to ensure that the permit to work and isolation systems are strictly adhered to by the maintenance department.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Degree from a recognized Maritime Academy or University.
  • Valid Chief Engineer unlimited License STCW95 III/2
  • Vessel Flag state endorsement of license C.O.E
  • Valid Basic safety training STCW
  • Valid Proficiency in Rescue boat and Survival Craft A-VI/2-1 - STCW Code
  • Valid Advance Fire Fighting A-VI/3 - STCW Code
  • Valid Seafarer Medical fitness certificate -STCW
  • Valid Awareness in security- STCW Code- in effect 2017
 Minimum Experience:
  • 2 or more years of experience as Chief Engineer on vessels in the offshore oil& Gas industry or 2 or more years of experience as Chief Engineer on other vessels preferably on lift boat.
   

Job Features

Job CategoryFull Time
LocationOffshore-Barge
Position LevelSenior

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Marine and Offshore Operations: Ensure effective use of the Company’s Planned Maintenance system. Record and report all non-conformance, incidents, abnormal situations, and pot...

JOB OBJECTIVE: To supervise and participate in the rig floor activities on an assigned rig to ensure timely, environmentally friendly, and safe execution of the established drilling / completion / work-over program. KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES
  • Supervises the activities of assigned personnel on the rig floor to ensure that all drilling activities are conducted as per approved plan and the function is performed at the level established by management for the position
  • Operate the drilling controls while observing gauges and other aids to apply appropriate weight on bit, rotation and drill pipe pressure to drill ahead.  Drills the hole using good oilfield practice to the required depth including calculating the volume of drilling fluid and required pre-kick estimate of materials needed
  • Monitors the string in terms of quality performance. Ensures that proper maintenance and handling is observed, always on the lookout to detect anomalies such as kicks, pressure losses and abnormal torque
  • Co-ordinates the use of draw-works to run or pull drill pipe while observing the actions of the Derrick-man and rig floor-man to ensure their safety. Controls the speed of the pipe during tripping by lowering or withdrawing to allow for safe operations on the rig floor and maintain stability in the well
  • Monitors and controls the mud activities to obtain proper mud volume, mud quality and sufficient pressure for continuous drilling. Includes directing routine maintenance of the pump room and auxiliary mud equipment
  • Maintains primary well control with the use of the correct fluid weights in the well bore that the hydrostatic pressure of the well is maintained above pore pressure
  • Maintains primary well control with the use of the correct fluid weights in the well bore that the hydrostatic pressure of the well is maintained above pore pressure.
  • Reports any downhole issues and trends swiftly to the tool pusher
  • Supervises the installation, functioning, pressure testing of the rig BOP and accumulator control system.
 Minimum Qualifications:
  • Completion of Secondary (12 years) education
  • Valid I.W.C.F. certificate (Drillers Level for Surface Bop Stack)
  • Applicable short training courses: Fire Fighting and Survival H2S, ALERT, Accident Prevention, BOP, Well Kick Control and Prevention
Minimum Experience:
  • 8 years’ onshore rig experience with minimum of 3 years’ experience as a Driller.

Job Features

Job CategoryFull Time

JOB OBJECTIVE: To supervise and participate in the rig floor activities on an assigned rig to ensure timely, environmentally friendly, and safe execution of the established drilling / completion / wor...

Alsafliya, Operations Offshore
Posted 7 months ago
KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Marine Operations:
  • Control the vessel operations in compliance with international and local maritime laws and regulations in order ensure the safety and security of the crew and vessel and protection of the Environment.
  • Ensures the safe undocking, navigation, manoeuvring approach and positioning of the vessels from one offshore/port location to another in compliance with maritime standards and company policies.
  • Ensure the watertight integrity of the vessels is maintained at all times.
  • Directly supervises all vessel moves and jacking operations to ensure that all vessel stability criteria are maintained.
  • Monitors all operations potentially impacting seaworthiness of the vessel- ensures all operations are in accordance with Company procedures and maritime regulations.
  • Ensure the watertight integrity of the vessel is maintained at all times.
  • Ensures materials and equipment are properly secured for all sea and weather conditions.
  • Ensures safe helicopter operations are conducted.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Degree from a recognized Maritime Academy or University.
  • Master License STCW95 II/2- Valid 5 years- Unlimited
  • Vessel Flag state endorsement of Licence C.O.E (Certificate of Equivalence)
  • Valid basic safety training STCW
  • Valid proficiency in Rescue Boat and Survival Craft A-VI/2-1 - STCW Code
  • Valid Advance Fire Fighting A-VI/3 - STCW Code-
  • Valid Medical care A-VI/4-2 - STCW Code –
  • Valid GMDSS A-IV/2 - STCW Code- +  Endorsement of vessel flag state-
  • ARPA A-II/1 - STCW Code- No renewal-
  • Valid Proficiency in security or SSO- STCW Code-
  • Valid Seafarer Medical fitness certificate  -STCW code-
 Minimum Experience:
  • Preferred candidate will have 2 or more years of experience as captain (or 3 or more years as Chief Mate) on similar vessels in the offshore Oil& Gas industry.
  • Minimum experience in Self-propelled Jack Up barge for 24 months as Captain per your requirement.

Job Features

Job CategoryFull Time
DepartmentOperations Offshore -Barge
LocationLift Boat

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Marine Operations: Control the vessel operations in compliance with international and local maritime laws and regulations in order ensure the safety and security of the crew and ...