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NUI OIM - Centrica

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Energy, Oil & Gas
  • Discipline: Trades & Labour
  • Location: North West England
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Job reference: 2017-9963_1511875903

Job Description

Job Title:

Normally Unmanned Installation Offshore Installation Manager (NUI OIM)

Business Division:

Natural Resources

Job Reference:

M10-MA4-E

Operating Unit:

European Asset Support

Job Grade:

4

Responsible to (Line):

Asset or Project Manager

Responsible to (Function):

Head of Production Operations

Responsible for (Line):

All personnel on the NUI production facility

Function/CoP:

O&M

Purpose / Role

To ensure that all Health, Safety and Environmental objectives are met whilst simultaneously optimising all activities offshore to achieve production targets safely and within budget

Key aims and objectives

  • Provide technical support and platform specific advice to the Production Operations, Maintenance, Engineering, Construction & Commissioning, Reservoir Engineering and Drilling/Well Ops departments
  • Holds overall accountability for the safe operation of the facility
  • Coordinate response to emergencies
  • Control critical situations
  • Maintain a safe and effective working environment

Prime responsibilities and duties

  • Responsible for the Health, Safety and Welfare of all personnel whilst on the installation
  • Ensure that all platform personnel are properly trained in emergency procedures
  • Preparation and planning for installation interventions to ensure timely and efficient completion of workscopes
  • Protect the reputation and interests of the operating company/duty holder at all times
    • Managing offshore resources to achieve or exceed performance targets
    • Ensuring compliance with the safety management system
    • Ensuring compliance with the operating safety case
  • Responsible for all personnel whilst on board the installation implementing the requirements of the Station Bill
    • Reporting to, and communicating with the management team, as required
    • Developing an awareness of operating costs and continually striving to reduce expenditure and to meet production targets
    • Ensuring compliance with all statutory and company requirements
    • Continually monitoring performance and actively implementing a programme of continuous improvement in all areas

Allied occasional duties

Key internal interfaces

  • Asset Manager
  • Maintenance Manager
  • Production Operations Manager
  • Reservoir Manager
  • Drilling/Well Ops Manager
  • Integrated Planners
  • HR - Liaison Officer/Business Partner
  • Supply Chain
  • Offshore personnel
  • O&M Community of Practice Principal

Key external interfaces

  • Client
  • Operating Company/Duty Holder
  • Health & Safety Executive
  • Independent Verification Body
  • Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA)
  • Dept of Trade & Industry
  • Auditors
  • Subcontractors
  • Vendors

Issued (date):

Signed by Line Manager:

Functional concurrence:

(if appropriate)

Signed by Employee:

Job Title:

Normally Unmanned Installation Offshore Installation Manager (NUI OIM)

Business Division:

Natural Resources

Job Reference:

M10-MA4-E

Operating Unit:

European Asset Support

Job Grade:

4

Responsible to (Line):

Asset or Project Manager

Responsible to (Function):

Head of Production Operations

Responsible for (Line):

All personnel on the NUI production facility

Function/CoP:

O&M

Qualifications/Training

Essential:

  • HNC or equivalent in an engineering discipline plus extensive experience in Oil & Gas, with adequate experience in a senior operations or maintenance technician role
    • OR : candidate should have a substantial track record and proof of performance in a similar position
  • Current Management of Major Emergencies Certificate issued by OPITO / RGIT or equivalent
  • OIM Legislation and Regulations training and OIM competency-assessed
  • Trained in Risk Assessment Techniques, COSHH Assessor and Search and Rescue to the required level to comply with the Worley Parsons Minimum Training Matrix

Desirable:

  • NVQ level 3 in Processing Hydrocarbons
  • Supervisory qualification
  • Good technical background with substantial experience of leading multidisciplinary teams
  • VHS Radio Operator's Certificate

Experience

Essential:

  • Excellent understanding of Offshore Oil & Gas Industry and of the Operations & Maintenance functions
  • Thorough knowledge and experience of the requirements of the oil and gas industry combined with skills and experience of leading a multi discipline offshore operations and maintenance team
  • Experienced in effective application of Permit-to-Work systems
  • Considerable experience in hazard awareness and excellent underpinning knowledge of the nature of the principal hazards associated with an offshore installation

Desirable:

Personal qualities, aptitudes and skills

  • Motivated and eager to contribute to continuous improvement and to achieve a safe and effective production operation
  • Provide proactive and visible SHE leadership, demonstrating commitment to safety through language, behaviour and actions
    • Excellent written and spoken communication skills. Maintain good relationships with key contacts
    • Leadership and supervisory skills including disciplinary procedures and interview techniques.
    • Ability to ensure actions delegated to others are carried out.
    • Understanding of team dynamics and team motivation
    • Excellent IT skills
    • Deal with third parties in a professional manner
    • Thorough, reliable and responsible achiever, showing attention to detail. Must be able to work flexibly as part of a team with a proactive approach to problem solving
    • Able to work under pressure on own initiative, with limited supervision
    • Willingness to assume full responsibility for daily offshore activities
    • Must work at all times in the best interest of Worley Parsons
    • Must comply with the requirements of the Company's and/or the Client's Safety Management System (SMS)

Competencies - generic

  • Demonstrate project and maintenance management professionalism
  • Proven budget control / commercial skills
  • Competent at carrying out complex risk assessment and analysis
  • Competent understanding of all relevant standards and procedures
  • Ability to lead accident/incident investigations and to carry out statutory reporting requirements
  • Excellent knowledge of the installation emergency procedures and equipment; especially fixed and portable fire fighting equipment, life support equipment and emergency evacuation and search & rescue techniques

Competencies - technical

  • Exceptional understanding of the functionality and executive actions of the Fire & Gas Detection and the Emergency Shutdown Systems
  • Thorough knowledge of all major process systems and equipment on the installation
  • Good knowledge of relevant regulations and legislation applicable to offshore installations and of the related OIM responsibilities in particular
  • Competent in Emergency Response Procedures and Instructions
  • Ability to define typical worksite precautions for a range of operations
  • Excellent understanding of the regulatory limits and monitoring requirements for emissions and discharges

Competencies - project / department specific

Additional comments

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