£380 - £400 per annum
about 1 year ago
You will already be experience in offshore coordination as the Offshore Coordinator. As a Marine controller you will adhere to the wind turbine safety rules (WTSR).
Processing personnel details and performing offshore site inductions, Track vessel and personnel movements offshore
become an offshore coordinator and work in the operations and maintenance (O&M) facility in Barrow-in-Furness. You'll support the operations team, plan, and execute safe vessel movements along with access to our assets, and assist with the planning and scheduling required by our offshore site teams.
Welcome to Offshore Coordination
You'll be part of Site Support where you, together with your colleagues, will be responsible for granting safe access and ensuring the safety and tracking of our offshore teams. You'll also be covering operational control under a Safe System of Work (SSoW). And implementing the emergency response plan when required. Each offshore coordinator is responsible for maintaining an understanding of the company's Energy Asset Integrity Management policy and strategy, and for carrying out any relevant resultant tasks.
You'll play an important role in:
Coordinating emergency response, controlling vessel traffic, responding to radio communications, and escalating to incident coordinator/second line emergency response as appropriate managing the WTG and transmission access restrictions, i.e., keeping them up-to-date and receiving direction on these from the planning/scheduling function.
Handling all vessel allocations and unforeseen changes to the daily plan/schedule as well as optimizing the efficiency of vessel use operating the offshore management system (SOMS) and ensuring that all offshore personnel have the correct certification and pax lists if required by site management.
Providing weather forecasting and observation system data, interpreting the data to provide advice and recommendations to our offshore teams and to assist in planning, and ensuring that notices are issued to mariners and local operators, e.g., local fishermen, the pilot office, and the port agent.
Reviewing the vessel performance data (provided through coordination with Operations Logistics) to ensure that efficient planning is translated into desired performance, e.g., fuel consumption.
To succeed in the role, you:
Are an experienced IT user (Microsoft Office package) and have excellent communication skills.
Understand SSoW and marine coordination/control as well as experience in a marine setting.
Have experience with the SAP system and previous experience in the offshore industry,
have knowledge of incident control and experience with radio operations.
Have excellent communication skills and can keep calm under pressure.
If your interested ,then get in touch.
Offshore Coordinator contract opportunity in Barrow-in-Furness.