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Marine Engineer

  • Job type: Contract
  • Sector: Energy
  • Discipline: Maintenance Engineering
  • Location: Aberdeenshire
  • Salary:
  • Job reference: 2018-38769_1533893405

Job Description

On behalf of our North Sea operator client, Primat has an urgent requirement for a Marine Engineer to start work on Tuesday 14th August for one week.

 

We're looking for a candidate who ideally has experience in a North Sea oil and gas environment, preferably on a FPSO.

 

As a Marine Engineer, you will be responsible for the safe and cost effective operation and maintenance of the facility's engine room systems including ER Boilers, Deck Boilers, associated equipment and selected vessel utilities with minimal environmental impact in accordance with legislation, class, flag and the compliance assurance management system (CAMS).

 

In a safe and competent manner, you will work to implement planned and corrective maintenance on all engine room, pump room and boiler equipment offshore to safeguard the availability and operating condition so that maximum compliance and production targets can be achieved. You will also implement statutory working practices and Health, Safety and Environmental Procedures and the Permit to Work System.

 

For this role, you will hold all relevant offshore certification including Bosiet, MIST, OGUK and CA-EBS/Shoulder Measurement.


Key Objectives:

As a Marine Engineer, you will be required to perform the following duties:

  • Co-ordinate with the discipline lead technicians to complete all engine room task schedules and provide first hand technical guidance on marine plant and equipment, including repair procedures and strategies
  • Provide engine room, pump room, engine room boiler, deck boiler and selected utilities support to the facility operations.
  • Provide first line maintenance for engine room, pump room, boiler, selected utilities and pump room equipment.
  • Operate engine room and pump room equipment including, marine diesel generators, engine room boilers, steam cargo oil pump, steam ballast pump refrigeration plant, fresh water generators and associated equipment, fuel oil centrifuges, sea water systems and air compressors.
  • Perform the role of mechanical isolator for engine room equipment. As required, you will also supervise and support the deck boiler selected support contractor.
  • Ensure effective management of all ship-side valves and maintains register.
  • Manage the installation Temporary Equipment Register ensuring appropriate pre operations QA checks are carried out and PMs are conducted as scheduled.
  • Perform risk assessment for proposed work scopes and ensure suitable mitigating controls are identified and implemented to safeguard personnel.
  • Provide training to production and maintenance personnel for operation of marine systems and equipment.
  • Provide input to the Project to ensure all HSEQ non-conformances are closed out in a timely manner. You will also attend all required HSE training contained within the AMO ProPass program as per the Training Matrix.


Essential Requirements:

  • Marine Engineer Class 2 certificate
  • Marine Engineering trade apprenticeship.
  • Relevant operating experience on a marine facility and detailed knowledge of tanker operations and maintenance.
  • Experience in the operation and maintenance of process equipment.
  • Experience with Permit to Work systems, Safety Management System and Computerised Maintenance Management System.

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