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Job Title: Rigging Supervisor

Location: Lagos, Nigeria

Recruiter: Deep Blue Energy Services Limited (DBESL)

Sector: Energy, Oil and Gas

About this job

SERVICE DIMENSIONS

•   Achieves lifting activities offshore on schedule and according to HSE regulations.

•   Manages a rigging team from contractor, offshore efficiently and in a good working spirit.

•   Supervises rigging contractors with large work force.

•   Prepares or provides support to the construction work leader in daily reports preparation.

ACTIVITIES

•   The rigging Supervisor is the designated ‘responsible person’ in overall charge of lifting equipment and operations on the FPSO under ECP scope of work.

•   Preparing lifting plan.

•   Preparing the permit to work and getting it approved by Site Lifting Specialist.

•   Organize day to day work offshore in conjunction with ECP construction work leader.

•   Compiling and maintaining a Rigging Loft register and make sure that equipment is in good conditions.

•   Ensures that the level of supervision on site is sufficient to meet project specifications requirements.

•   Acting as handling and lifting authority on validation of contractor’s key deliverables and prescribed audits as necessary

•   Liaising with Site Lifting Specialist on a day to day basis for all lifting operations.

•   Reports any issue to construction work leader and maintain regular and efficient information to him.

•   Ensures that activities performed on site in the project perimeter fulfil project HSE requirements.

•   Reports any incident as per Company and Project rules.

•   Implements with Contractor Site Representative any Risk Assessment of Service Safety Analysis as required by Project HSE procedures.

•   Carries out all lifting operations supervision / monitoring activities required for the successful delivery of the Contracts assigned.

•   Participates in Service Hazard Analyses and Attend safety toolbox meetings on a daily basis with contractors’ work teams.

•   Create work procedures; assess contractors’ personnel and equipment for suitability for the work.

•   Any other work of a similar nature as may be requested by DW ECP Management.

•   Providing technical input on contractor and consultant selection with handling and lifting content.

•   Promoting best practice and use of innovative technology including maintenance of the CMS principles and the LMS.

•   to verify that the lifting equipment satisfies regulatory requirements: Condition / fitness for purpose, SWL. and WLL, Serial No. Identification Number, Valid certificate, Colour code if applicable.

Work location: Service is based on the FPSO

Major clients: Field Operations – Production, Maintenance, Inspection, Marine and HSE.

Constraints: Favourable Factors: Working in a cross-functional work environment where there are opportunities to forge credible working relationships.

ACCOUNTABILITIES

•   Ensures HSE values are well understood and are not breached under any circumstance while carrying out offshore construction activities on the FPSO

•   Establishes accurate records keeping, project follow up and good progress reporting.

•   Ensures effective and timely response to construction activity and ensure compliance with company procedures.

•   Validates offshore construction works by ensuring that they are accurate and meet overall Statement of Requirements.

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

•   Minimum Qualification: 10 – 20 years experience in Offshore construction, Site supervision, Installation, Pre-commissioning and Commissioning in an Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Industry preferably on an FPSO. Advanced rigging and lifting level 2 competences minimum.

•   Experience: Verifiable experience in the use of MS Office packages, Fluent in English, Knowledge of CPY Lifting Mangement System, strong communication skills, manages interfaces effectively.

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