Our client is an international energy services company operating in engineering & production facilities, well support and gas turbine services. Employing over 28,000 personnel worldwide they operate in 50 countries.
They are currently recruiting for the position of Marine Cargo Officer, based in Aberdeen.
Provide Marine Control Room watch keeping duties, monitoring cargo, ballast, mooring and communication systems and environmental conditions.
Administrate cargo deck maintenance activities
Co-ordinate the day to day marine requirements
Control, Monitor, receive, store and discharge crude oil cargo and slops, complying with all the working and reporting procedures and relevant standards set down.
Ensure the quality of the Cargo, minimising the quantity of free water present in the cargo.
Monitor all traffic in the area in order to mitigate the risks of collision.
Perform routine and emergency ballasting/de-ballasting.
Update Maintenance Management System, inputting data and printing job cards as requested.
Act as area authority for the cargo area excluding the crane and helideck.
Plan, monitor and execute all tank entry preparations and inspections.
Monitor industry developments which may, increase efficiency, cut cost or time without loss of integrity or safety and present the idea(s) to relevant management..
Support team performance by sharing knowledge and best practices.
Work with the deck team and operate inter-departmentally assisting colleagues professionally and informatively.
Promote team spirit and adopt flexible working attitude to provide support across all departments to ensure team success.
Create, maintain & enhance effective working relations and identify and minimise interpersonal conflict
Maintain effective communication with peers and other work groups
Report any irregularities and advise (where necessary) to the Operations Supervisor in a clear, concise, established procedure and record the relevant information in the marine/official log book.
Communicate clearly by public address system, for emergency or routine operations and by radio with vessels and personnel.
Communicate clearly and concisely to all regular and emergency helicopter traffic.
Ensure a comprehensive handover is given at shift or crew change with all pertinent marine information.
Skills & Experience
STCW Certificate of Competency as a Chief Officer (Unlimited tonnage and area), or equivalent marine certification
Dangerous cargo endorsement or equivalent
Master Mariner unlimited tonnage and area
Understanding of vessel Stability to the level of an Unlimited (Tonnage and Area) Chief Officer
Experience and knowledge of Cargo off-take operations to DP shuttle tankers
Experience of loading, storing and discharging of crude oil
Experience of tank cleaning, crude oil washing and tank entry
Relevant marine tanker background experience
Supervisory experience at Chief Officer Level or above in the Merchant Navy or Line supervisor of marine team on an offshore installation.
This is a permanent position.
The salary for this position is negotiable.
If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 85841.
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