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Ship Operations Manager

  • Job reference: 928908
  • Location: Baku city
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Job type: Contract
  • Sector: Oil & Gas, Marine
  • Date posted: 29/11/2019

The Ship Operations Manager provides management and support to allotted vessels and is the central point of contact onshore for all project and operational matters thus ensuring continuity and consistency in both the service and performance provided.
The role provides leadership and co-ordination to a team of onshore and offshore personnel that support both project and tender preparation by providing a continuity of knowledge regarding the vessels capability, performance, cost base and technical spec.
In partnership with the Offshore Manager and Project Manager on all aspects that effect the project execution during the pre mobilisation preparation, offshore performance and demobilisation debrief, ensuring good teamwork, clear communications and coordination of all parties and that the onshore support services are organised and provided as required.
Monitor the long term vessel plan and assist the project team and the Offshore Manager to ensure that the vessel is properly crewed and available in the operational condition required by clients. Where feasible the vessels capability will be further developed through the identification and recommendation of CAPEX projects and other investment opportunities.

Provides the single point of contact for the project regarding all activities and information relating to the ship, technical specifications & sub-contractor requirements.
Contributes to creating and managing a positive HSEQ culture
Ensures the efficient and cost- effective performance of the vessel, its equipment and personnel, providing safety leadership and championing critical safety behaviour.

Ensures that the vessels offshore management is developed and is implementing the HSEQ Action Plan for the asset.
Ensures that HSEQ performance, worksite HSEQ review, critical safety observations & statistics and safety training are implemented, measured and reported on a regular basis and any trends identified and acted on

Extensive knowledge of vessels capability, installation equipment and operating limits.

Extensive Offshore Operational Experience

Knowledge of engineering and offshore construction operations.

Good knowledge and understanding of HSEQ.

Hold a relevant Marine qualification for example Chief Engineer

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