Fabric Maintenance Supervisor (Offshore) (JO017274) Doha, Qatar

We are recruiting for Fabric Maintenance Supervisor (Offshore) for one of our Clients in Doha, Qatar.

Industry: Oil and Gas

Terms & Condition:

Work Location: Doha Offshore

Duration: Sep 2022 – Mar 2024 (Subject to Renewal)

Rotation Cycle – 35/35

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES AND ACTIVITIES

HSE

  • Drive an incident free environment through establishing and maintaining a strong safety culture.
  • Contribute to the development and execution of safe work processes, operating procedures, and guidelines to ensure process safety, operational safety, and plant integrity.
  • Organize the activities and work of subordinates to ensure compliance to relevant health, safety (occupational & process) and environmental excellence procedures and controls within area of responsibility to guarantee employee safety, legislative compliance, and a responsible environmental attitude.

Main Role & Deliverables

  • Perform Offshore Fabric Maintenance Supervisory duties as listed within this job description, act as Focal Point for all duties on behalf of BRP Contractor everyday business matters within the External / Internal Corrosion mitigation planned scopes of work via Fabric Maintenance, interfacing with the incumbent FM contractor(s) for all activities
  • Take direction and instruction from onshore NOC BRP Management Team to deliver all Safety aspects within FM operations, Quality of the finished product and stage inspections to achieve the Quality finished products, Productivity evaluation without jeopardizing Safety and/or Quality
  • Liaise / Attend all offshore operations meetings requested by BRP Execution Team, professional relationship building with OIM / OTL / OIS to achieve the planned FM work scope with minimal disruption and SIMOPS clashes
  • Survey Work Areas (WA’s) creating a workable scope of works complete with m2, manhours, materials, updating SAP with results and verifying existing Work Orders (WO’s) in the system.
  • Surveyed works shall be compiled into yearly work scopes as the planned works for the following which shall be submitted to the NOC FM lead to input the information for the yearly FM department budget build
  • Monitor FM Contractor to follow the monthly planned works and recording all productivity of achieved works, highlight each WO’s
  • Attend stage inspections when available to do so verifying compliant results of acceptance criteria and ITP, Sign off all accepted WO’s in alignment with the OIM/OTL processes as the NOC Offshore FM Focal Point on Quality related issues
  • FM Contractor Evaluations of ~ Personnel Competencies, Plant & Equipment workability and control of certified stocks, Coating and Abrasive Material stocks, Consumable consumption
  • Direct additional FM Teams incorporated within Backlog Project / Campaign / Shutdown / E&C scopes of work to achieve a uniformed approach to all aspects of safety and quality, whilst remaining effective and efficient on delivering KPI targets and agreed milestones
  • Reinforce the various NOC Strategies, Objectives, Standards, Procedures and Processes with all the employing contracting service companies and offshore workforce
  • Review scaffold and insulation resources communicate to Backlog Management Team / FM Coordinator

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

  • Engineering National Certificate – Relevant industry experience within a Coatings Quality & Surveying arena considered
  • NACE – ICorr – Frosio Level 3 Coating Inspector
  • TBOSIET / UK BOSIET / FOET
  • H2S
  • Fitness for Offshore Work
  • Fluent in written and spoken English with the ability to communicate clearly and precisely
  • Advanced report writing skills, ability to prepare detailed condensed FM specific reports
  • Ability to evaluate and present survey information into m2 and required materials as per the specified coating system(s)
  • Technical and Practical knowledge of surface preparation and coating application processes
  • Thorough understanding of personal and personnel safety within an offshore environment including Permit to Work Systems
  • Thorough understanding of all aspects of operating surface preparation and coating application specialist equipment
  • Appreciation and awareness of process safety within an offshore environment
  • Acceptable fitness levels with the ability to work at height
  • High level of understanding and ability to read technical drawings – Plot Plans, P&ID’s, Isometrics, Structural
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