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Vessel Lead Supervisor

  • Location: Aberdeen
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Marine, Marine Management & Operations
  • Date posted: 14/01/2019
  • Job reference: VR/44148
This vacancy has now expired.
Raeburn Group have received a requirement for a Vessel Lead Supervisor to work with our client, an Oil & Gas Service Company. This is a permanent opportunity and is based in Aberdeen.

Only those with the Right to Work in the UK should apply. Raeburn do not have the ability to provide visa sponsorship, therefore current valid ability to work in the UK is required.

Job Summary:
Manage the processes and resources required to deliver services to and in the best interest of the Client, company and the personnel involved in marine operations.
Actively support company core values, primary business objectives, Quality, Health, Safety & Environment (QHSE) policies and Standards.

- Ensures that people, equipment, and materials arrive on location in a timely manner as required by the client.
- Executes successful jobs according to design and client specifications.
- Ensures that all phases of treatment are carried out in a safe, efficient and professional manner.
- Assists in preparing performance evaluations for assigned personnel.
- Trains and develops assigned employees to operate in a safe, efficient, and professional manner within Company policy and procedure.
- Initiates disciplinary action when necessary, on location with crew or assigned personnel, within guidelines.
- Maintains and repairs product line equipment as needed.
- Prepares product line reports for Field Service Manager and clients.
- Promotes Company-approved safety and operational policies and ensures that both Company and client safety objectives are achieved.
- Proactively provide the client with technical and operational advice pertaining to the operation
- Participate in proactive liaison with the Captain on QHSE and Operational matters.
- Responsible for Marine regulations adherence, DNV certificate of class etc.

QHSE requirements, including:
- Awareness of, and compliance to, company policies, standards, procedures and safety critical tasks relating to your assigned job and location.
- To ensure safe working procedures for critical activity under your control are adequate, understood by all and adhered to.
- Reporting all accidents and/or unsafe conditions in a timely manner. Where possible and it is safe and reasonably prudent to do so, remedy any unsafe conditions prior to reporting. Where not possible report the unsafe condition.
- Responsibility for individual safety, including:
~ Planning emergency drills and attending/planning all crew safety meetings.
~ Participate in cross-department audits on a regular basis.
~ Ensure that the Vessel Remedial Work Plan is managed and risk mitigation addressed in a proactive manner.

Job Specifications:
- Prior experience on board stimulation vessels including a supervisory position offshore.

Required skills:
- Technical skills and experience with various seismic operations.
- A strong awareness of risk management and the application of effective controls.