JOB TITLE: Marine Section Leader
REPORTING TO: Offshore Installation Manager
Compliance with the Seadrill Code of Conduct.
Compliance with applicable internal and external governing requirements. That any operations do not exceed the limitations of the unit or its equipment. Daily detailed planning is conducted for all upcoming operations.
Good and clear communications with all involved parties
That marine equipment certification at all times is valid and available onboard. Safe and efficient marine operations according to plan/program.
Compliance with Seadrill training, certification and competence requirements. That all relevant personnel are adequately trained in handling emergencies.
That all emergency equipment is in good condition and configured as required. Non-compliances are promptly acted on and reported to the direct supervisor. Training and competence assessments as assigned and/or required are performed. Compliance with the standard for tidiness and cleanness.
Assume the safety role as per station bill and emergency preparedness plan.
Managing the marine department. Budgetary control of the department.
All relevant governing documents are adhered to by direct reports. All relevant governing documents are revised as and when required.
Stability and ballast operations are conducted according to requirements. That clear daily operational guidelines are provided to all direct reports.
Visible leadership by spending time in the field and monitoring daily operations. Operational progress is reported to the Rig Manager and OIM as required.
Required logbooks are maintained and updated as per requirements. Active participation in meeting activities.
Subordinates are trained to fill higher positions.
Responsible for all lifting equipment maintenance and certification including upkeep of lifting
All relevant rig and equipment certification to be maintained.
Other duties are performed as required and/or directed by his/her direct supervisor.
That the marine equipment is maintained and maintenance is recorded. Sufficient stock of marine equipment spare parts and materials is maintained. Equipmentis prepared for future marine operations.
As per Corporate and Regional specific Delegation of Authority matrices.
As per Seadrill trainingand competence directives.
This section describes requirements deemed necessary for this position in the Mexico
Region and are considered as additions to the requirements outlined in Section
Comply with all international and local maritime laws and class regulations to ensure the safety of the vessel and protection of the environment.
Oversee supply boat operations within the rig’s five hundred metre zone when on duty
Responsible for keeping a record of light ship corrections of all structure / weights installed onboard or removed after date of delivery
Manage the inspection, testing and maintenance of lifesaving, firefighting and other safety equipment
Ensure materials and equipment loaded onboard are safely stowed, secured and labeled according to Regulatory requirements
Perform and document all stability and load calculations as per Company procedure Assist in reviewing and updating the vessel’s safety case in consultation with the vessel and shore-based management teams
Responsible for emergency training onboard. Conduct drills and exercises involving the use of all types of lifesaving, firefighting and other safety equipment. Evaluate deck crew responses
Assists the OIM in all emergency situations and emergency responses
Competent in the handling of dangerous goods and measurement of hazardous gases Capable of organizing and carrying out DP trials and drills
Provide technical support and assist the Drilling Operation as required Act as Rig Security Officer
Oversee fabric maintenance of the vessel Responsible for
budgetary control of department
Maintain the vessel’s log book, maintenance reports and other vessel documents as required.
Able to perform or lead incident investigation
Conduct performance appraisals for subordinates. Recommend promotion, development or disciplinary action
Effectively use all safety and environmental tools employed by Seadrill (4-point check, OBS cards, PTW etc.)
· Minimum of 5 years as an MSL onboard a Jackup MODU.
· Stability and ballast control certification.
· Familiar with all Jacking operations, ballast control for afloat operations and stability calculations for rig moves and daily drilling operations
· Valid Well Control Certification (IWCF Level 2 – Introductory) (Not Impeditive)
· Valid Advanced Fire Fighting certification (Not Impeditive)
Must pass Physical, Drug Screen and Background Check