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Adhoc Marine Control Room Operator

Location
Offshore
Job Contract
Contract
Job Type
Full Time
Reference No.
JO0000013367

Adhoc Marine Control Room Operator

Our client is looking for 2 Marine Control Room Operators to provide adhoc cover on the below dates:

25 May to 1 June (1 week)
Potentially 22/6/18 - 6/7/18 TBC (2 weeks)
Potentially 27/7-10/8 TBC (2 weeks)

Potentially 15/6-29/6 TBC (2 weeks)
Potentially 20/7-3/8 TBC (2 weeks)

Adhoc Marine Control Room Operator

Reports to: Marine Supervisor/Chief Officer


RESPONSIBILITY:

The Ballast Control Room Operator shall be responsible for the running control of the stability of the Ship, its position and draught, and shall assist in the stability calculations and daily update loadcom.

He is responsible for the daily maintenance and operation of the bridge, and shall keep the Ship’s log updated.

He is responsible for ensuring that the day-to-day activities of him selves and his/her peers, are carried out in a safe and healthy manner and that the impact of such activities on the environment is within acceptable limits.


SPECIFIC DUTIES:

He/she shall keep continuous watch in the bridge and shall keep himself/herself informed as to where supply vessels, stand-by vessels and helicopters are located, and shall keep records of this information in the ships logbook.

Monitors marine control DCS systems, cargo and ballast control panel.
Monitors the mooring tension (and ships head) with respect to weather and flare.
Perform routine and emergency ballasting /de-ballasting and cargo operations.
Monitors the inert gas pressure and oxygen content of cargo tanks.
GMDSS operations as per regulations
Monitors all marine alarms and carry actions in accordance with Operation Manuals and procedures.
Carry out all radio communication both routine and emergency situation, to and from the ship.
Check that ballast and cargo valves are function properly. The check will be logged in the vessel’s logbook. Faults discovered with valves in the ballast and cargo system to be reported to the Marine Supervisor/Chief Officer.
Carry out radio communication with helicopters during arrival and departure.

Furthermore, he/she shall carry out such work as been required by his/her superior and carry out duties in accordance with Operations Manual Part 5, Offshore Emergency Response Plan (ERP).


QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

General education, certificates and experience:

Ballast Control Operator (IMO 891/1079)
At employment: STCW II/I and experience from tankers and/or other mobile unit
Tankerman Highest Grade
Competence from acknowledged course provider in operation of Thruster Assisted Mooring Systems, Posmoor ATA or similar

Senior Recruitment Specialist

Jan Kriel
01224 628 227
jkriel@strategic-resources.co.uk
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