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JOB TITLE:   Hull & Machinery Superintendent

 

LOCATION:   Onshore       

 

1.1 ROLE SUMMARY

 

Overall responsibility is to ensure operational and maintenance standardization with drilling equipment across the Seadrill fleet. Provide support to operations, oversight for equipment overhauls, and consultation with vendors. Implement and update processes whereby the equipment within the responsibility complies with Seadrill internal requirements and international standards and requirements.

 

1.2 JOB SPECIFIC

 

Specific tasks in connection with the role:

·        Act as company subject matter expert within the assigned product lines

·        Manage distribution of vendor technical bulletins and provide recommendations on actions to take

·        Issue and update standard jobs for product line within drilling equipment

·        Issue corporate reports (Technical Reports, Technical Bulletins, Technical Proposals)

·        Respond to rig technical issues and downtime events at any time and support recovery efforts.

·        Liaise with vendors and review equipment reliability/upgrades

·        Ensure best practices and lesson learned are shared from various rigs

·        Review management of change cases, maintenance change requests, and improvement proposals from rigs

·        Review and maintain the preventative maintenance tasks in the assigned areas of responsibility

·        Pursue opportunities and support the development of condition monitoring and condition based maintenance for equipment in the assigned areas of responsibility

·        Participate in technical audits across the fleet, as required

·        Ensure Seadrill directives and procedures are reviewed and updated as required to stay in compliance with latest international standards

·        Assist various rig and project management teams as required to develop and advise on proposed scopes of work in connection with SPS or other long term maintenance/upgrade projects

 

1.3 AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY

 

Responsible for/ensure:

·        Follow up on rig downtime related to equipment within product line responsibility

·        Feedback on equipment reliability issues in order to improve design with OEMs

·        Maintenance tasks are adequate to support the reliability of the equipment

·        Clear guidance is provided to the organization to maintain equipment within product line responsibility

 

 

1.4 DELIVERABLES

 

·        Corporate reports (Technical Reports, Technical Bulletins, Technical Proposals)

·        Performance measuring of equipment within area of responsibility

·        Sharing reliability issues and equipment downtime learnings to improve rigs’ efficiency

·        OEM open issues tracking sheets

 

 

1.5 EXPERIENCE

 

·        5 years minimum experience offshore in respective discipline at supervisory level is preferable. Other applicable areas of experience to be considered

 

1.6 COMPETENCE & QUALIFICATIONS

 

·        Relevant engineering degree or equivalent technical qualification

·        High level relevant technical knowledge

·        Ability to liaise at high level with drilling units technical teams and unit management

·        Flexible to travel offshore or to company office locations as situations dictate

·    Has excellent understanding of equipment and systems within area of responsibility

·        Fully acquainted with management systems and asset management systems similar to TMS/Maximo/Synergy

·        Proficient at technical writing and communications using MS Office products

 

 

1.7 REPORTING LINES

 

·        Reports to Hull & Machinery Manager