Under the O&M and Performance Director, O&M Managers have to supervise all the Operations & Maintenance of the top side facilities, utilities and services installed on board in his business unit. Plan and follow up the Maintenance and inspection for major equipment (pumps, compressors, turbines, boilers, offloading hoses, fiscal flow metering stations, control system, mooring lines, risers, etc.). Plan and follow up of hull and tanks inspection according to the company’s class requirements, RBIs, spare parts supply, chemicals; Engineering requirements for rebuilt, revamps or replacement for piping or any other system.
Process equipment and piping components for Procurement, Manufacture shop supervision, Warehouse control, Certificates & assure that the operation of the FPSO is in fully compliance with regulations and requirements for local authorities related with sea water use & Environmental inquiries. Planning and Cost control for onshore and offshore activities. Customer support and communication with internal clients.
The operations and maintenance managers are responsible for providing leadership along with daily oversight, direction, and guidance to operations and maintenance within the plant.
Assist the O&M and Performance Director in ensuring achievement of key operating objectives in the areas of employee safety, employee relations, environmental, profitability, unit availability, efficiency, equipment safety and reliability in full compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, polices, and procedures.
Ensure the safety of all employees of the facility through elimination of injuries to employees, contractors and visitors.
Identify all permit requirements and ensure the applicable testing is performed and proper information is provided for renewing the permits as required by jurisdictional regulatory agencies. Ensure high plant reliability and overall cost competitiveness, without compromise to employee safety or environmental commitments.
Ensure technically correct operation of equipment and other fixed assets, fulfilment of relevant repair schedules, safe and healthy labour conditions.
Oversees operation of facilities to meet all applicable regulatory requirements and in accordance with design criteria. Develops and implements techniques and methods of process control which increase plant efficiency.
Oversees preparation of monthly, quarterly, and annual reports and oversees the work of others contracted to work on plant components.
Oversees the correct implementation of the preventive maintenance program.
Oversees emergency and unscheduled work to assure appropriate follow through, as is indicate in the Business Continuity Management Plan.
Reviews the operation of plant equipment and systems constantly, to minimize unplanned downtime, anticipate solve problems in a timely manner, and to identify opportunities for improvement.
To communicate regularly with all maintenance staff, from Foreman down to Technicians, both individually and as a group, to ensure good two-way communication concerning maintenance issues.
To prepare work orders (WO) for non-routine work and getting the approval of ADSSC contract management team (CMT), and subsequently supervision of the work (repair of broken pipes, clearing public blockage created by third party, etc.)
To manage all emergencies as is detailed in the BCMP.
To monitor the use and inventories of spare parts, maintenance supplies, and equipment and initiates reordering when necessary.
To maintain and repairs equipment in workshop. To Supervise emergency blockage tasks received from the "24/7 basis" call center.
To prepare the monthly and annual activity reports and control the evolution for all KPIs.
To prepare the annual preventive maintenance plans for the network (inspection and cleaning).
To maintain QC & QA.
To supervise of all safety procedures & permits which include confined space entry and excavation in coordination with the HSE department.
To carry out any investigation reports requested by management according to the client’s requirements.
To follow-up with Workshop the condition of all equipment and the required repairs.
To follow preventive maintenance activities such as schedule, checklist, job plan & documentation work including monthly report for the client.
To supervise the installation, functioning and maintenance of mechanical equipment, and making sure they meet specifications.
Experience in a facilities maintenance, base camp maintenance, or related field.
Additional experience/education can be useful for the job.
Period as permanent employee of Bidder (yrs.): 5 / 2 depends on the destination.
Total Experience (yrs.): 12 / 10 depends on the destination.
Civil Engineering Industry Experience (yrs.): 12 / 10 depends on the destination.
Functional Experience related to the role (yrs.): 8 / 5 depends on the destination.
Senior Management Experience related to the role (yrs.): 8 / 5 depends on the destination.
Knowledge of business practices and procedures plus facility planning management.
Excellent supervisory, leadership, planning, decision making and scheduling skills.
Detail oriented with the ability to handle multiple tasks independently.
Knowledge of various computer applications including Microsoft Office.