PVTRANS OFS - Now Hiring 2nd Deck Officer

Thảo luận trong 'Việc làm Dầu Khí' bắt đầu bởi PVTRANS OFS, 13/3/19.


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    PVTrans OilField Services is a professional provider of maritime transportation and services to the oil and gas industry in Viet Nam and abroad (FSO/FPSO, O&M...). We are now looking for 2nd Deck Officer to join our team as follow:

    Background: The Deck Officer/Radio Operator will exhibit exemplary deck leadership, managerial and safety behavior and will ensure that all aspects of Marine and all deck activities as daily are carried out effectively. Delegated tasks will be monitored and controlled.

    Specific Accountabilities:

    1) Manage And Supervise Effectively:

    1.1 Maintain LSA/FFA Equipment and records in compliance with PMS and company procedure;

    1.2 Maintain watch and monitor in CCR when moored to CALM Buoy and Navigation watch when disconnected from CALM Buoy;

    1.3 In charge of Radio watch, GMDSS and Helicopter operations communications;

    1.4 Support Cargo Supervisor/Chief Officer for marine related, cargo related and deck activities;

    1.5 Carries out role as Permit To Work Controller and effectively manage as per company procedure;

    1.6 Support and monitor under guidance from Cargo Supervisor/Chief Officer for FSV operations alongside, Offtake, Bunkering operations;

    1.7 Effectively support in Crew training on board;

    1.8 Effective CALM Buoy watch when moored to CALM buoy in compliance with company procedure;

    1.9 If no Medic on board, 2nd Deck Officer acts as Medical Officer on board in consultation with master and maintains medical chest stock and inventory;

    1.10 Maintain all records pertaining to marine, cargo, safety and navigation as per requirement and company procedures.

    2. Loading/Backload of cargo, Personnel transfer, FSV activities:

    2.1 Supervise Loading/Backload of Cargo from FSV and personnel transfer using Personnel transfer basket;

    2.2 Maintain effective communication with FSV or other crafts coming alongside;

    2.3 Cargo loaded to be stowed properly and safely on board;

    2.4 Monitor crane operations during FSV activity and ensure it is carried out safely as per company procedures.

    3. Perform Emergency Response Role

    3.1 Carry out Emergency Response role;

    3.2 Demonstrate competence during Emergency drills and exercises;

    3.3 Assist master effectively during Emergencies.

    4. Monitor And Maintain Pollution Control Measures

    4.1 Controlled process discharges from area of responsibility to the environment are within prescribed limits;

    4.2 Unplanned discharges are identified, halted where possible, and reported according to policy, procedure and regulation;

    4.3 Equipment, waste or other materials for disposal are dealt with according to the correct procedure;

    Minimum Competencies:

    - Prepare to Start Marine Operations;

    - Start Up Marine Operations;

    - Monitor and Maintain Marine Operations;

    - Prepare and shutdown Marine Operations;

    - Manage and Supervise Effectively ;

    - Contribute to control of critical situations and respond to emergencies;

    - Monitor and maintain pollution control measures;

    - Carry out emergency response role;

    Pre-hire Qualifications and Experience:

    - Graduated from Marine University (Degree: Ship Navigation Engineer);

    - Having Certificate of Competence ranked Chief Mate/Deck Officer issued or recognized by Flag Administration, Seaman’s Book, Normal Passport (Issued by Immigration Department
    - Class 1 Deck Officer Certificate as per STCW (Master Mariner Unlimited) plus DCE for Petroleum /Gas as appropriate;
    - 05 years sea service on on VLCC or Crude Oil Tankers and minimum of 04 year minimum at Deck Officer Rank;
    - Knowledge of tanker terminal activities;

    - Pre Hire Qualifications as STCW requirements and additional requirements by company as per training matrix as decided by company;
    - Very good communication skills in English;
    - Extensive knowledge of offshore FSO operations, including Production, Process, Utilities, Marine Maintenance, and Safety Management;
    - Personal skills: Conscientious, flexible, versatile and determined. Capable of assertive and positive communication and performance;
    - Leadership: Exemplary safety and managerial leadership skills. Good levels of written and spoken communication in English language. Clear understanding of behavioral personnel issues and logistics;
    - Technical: Appropriate standard of technical, legal and professional knowledge as defined by competences;
    - IT: Practical familiarity with standard ‘Office’ software package. Operation and use of Internet and electronic mail system;

    Salary: Competative;
    Working location: Offshore;
    Application deadline: 25 Mar 2019;
    Please send your resume to pvtransofs-recruitment@pvtrans.com or contact us at +84 0254 357 6669 (ext.403)

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