Batch 3 CPP Offshore Scaffolding supervisor

Posted 03 October 2022
Salary Negotiable
LocationQatar
DisciplineEnergy
ReferenceTR/062463_1664877725
Contact NameFaraz Sattar

Job description

We have a current opportunity for a Batch 3 CPP Offshore Scaffolding supervisor on a temporary basis. The position will be based in Doha. For further information about this position please apply.

The job holder manages, under the responsibility of MP B3 On Site CSR, all construction activities related to EPCIC6 Brown Field (BF) and Hook up (HU) work, and shall demonstrate a strong behavior with regard to Scaffolding requirements.
The job holder is accountable for the following activities during Topsides & Bridges EPCIC2 project execution:
*To ensure that Scaffolding activities carried-out by Contractor, Subcontractors and Vendors conform to established requirements.
*To implement the Technical Referential and applicable local and international codes.

The job holder is accountable for the following activities during, Brown Field and Green Field works EPCI6 project execution:
To promote & comply with applicable safety instructions and other HSE procedures in all activities,
To carry out work in compliance with values and policies, relevant laws and regulations, agreed priorities and objectives, standards and procedures and good industry practices,
To monitor design, certification of all scaffolding structures on site according to relevant specification and standards
To Inspect all scaffold erected with the boundaries of the project Construction sites and yards to ensure they are suitable for safe use and comply with the relevant industry standards and Company permit to work procedure.
To inspect and assess the condition of the scaffolding material, reject damaged, defective and substandard material
To ensure that the Contractor maintain a record of condition of all scaffolding material and assemblies and they are maintained correctly.
To provide advice on the suitability of the specialized scaffold supplied by Contractor to meet the health and safety requirement of the Company with respect to design and access in case of plant upset condition.
To anticipate limitations of space, access in Brown field (SIMOPS) environment while scaffold works in vicinity of live, sensitive equipment's.
To provide technical advice on scaffolding works and participate in works requiring high level of skills.
To monitor organization of day to day scaffolding activities at site at various location as required.
To review scaffolding calculation provided by contractor and ensure scaffold erection in compliance with calculations.
To asses Contractor's scaffolding team members for their skills, competency and qualification.
To assist for site surveys, job planning, manpower and material management.
To Review Contractor's daily progress report, highlight discrepancies and anticipate shortfalls.


*Qualification:
Advanced Scaffolding Level III,
Scaffold Inspector certified by Certified Scaffolding Training Institute
Large experience on similar activities at equivalent position.
Familiar with international standard and NOC General Specifications
English fluent.
Professional Experience (number of years) : 10
Experience within project : (number of years) : 5
Good leadership skills and good communication skills,
Ability to work on projects in a complex and multicultural environment,
Good analytical skills,



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