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The experienced professionals and engineers Shell seek will be expected to support daily equipment and facility maintenance, reliability and availability as well as production delivery onshore and offshore.

Shell Nigeria required a full time FPSO Marine Officer in Nigeria. The candidate must have 5 - 7 years work experience.

Job opening ID: 39

Skill and Knowledge Level for the following key competences:
  • Cargo transfer operations, Navigation practice, Effective management of maritime risks, safe marine passenger transfer.
  • FPSO operate and maintain. Cargo quality and loss management, Demurrage management, Manage ports and berths, Knowledge of marine Regulations and Standards, Maintain integrity of export facility loading equipment (mooring gear, hoses).
Qualifications and Experience Required:
2nd Deck officer experienced in crude oil and petroleum product transfer by tankers. Class 2 Foreign going or Nigerian Master Home Trade or equivalent with basic understanding of all FPSO and in-field marine activities. Experienced in working with tugs and risks involved with handling of large tanker mooring grommets and loading hoses. Good interpersonal and negotiating skills

Roles and responsibilities
  1. HSE-MS: Act as focal point for Maritime Safety at the FPSO. Ensures compliance with the MMG6 and Life saving rules within the 500 meter exclusion zone and during tanker handling operations offshore. Conduct vessel safety Inspections and organise safety meetings. FPSO Management of Maritime
  2. Risks: Assist with crude loading distribution into the FPSO, maintain hull stresses, cargo tank atmosphere, proper ballasting, COW and tank inspections, hull integrity and FPSO moorings, life saving gear and emergency response equipment. Ensures all FPSO supply operation is done safely and efficiently in line with operational procedures Execute SAR and MOB exercises. Provide assistance to ongoing drilling operations or other SEPCiN terminals as and when required.
  3. Crude oil loading: Assist marine coordinator will all crude oil export planning, execution, cargo documentation, inward and outward clearing. Ensure Contractor staff properly executes crude oil loading without accidents/incidents or demurrage caused by SEPCiN marine operations, in line with ISGOTT /SIGGTO /OCIMF recommendations. Ensure safe personnel transfer and FPSO cargo supply operations.
  4. Cargo Control and Documentation: Ensure all documentation is completed in time without incidents. Compile monthly Port Performance report and circulate as required. Co-ordinates movement of Export documents to/from Tankers and to/from Export & Shipping in PHIA.
  5. Maintain Integrity: Ensure mooring masters complete pre arrival and departure checks of mooring/loading equipment. Ensure mooring masters inspect line boat towing and SPM handling gears before each loading.
Last date of application
The last date is 31st January, 2013 for submission of application

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