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MARINE PROJECTS COORDINATOR

Full time at Qatar Petroleum in Qatar
Posted on November 18, 2020

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Department MARINE

Title MARINE PROJECTS COORDINATOR

Primary Purpose of Job To represent the Marine Department in all offshore Projects which have Marine Department's involvement of related activities such as new installations or field developments' Projects. Provide Expert Marine advice to other departments and Joint Venture related to offshore projects or other Marine operations to ensure smooth project execution plan and interface with on going offshore operations. Inspect, audit, vet and monitor Projects Marine Spread barges and support craft to ensure the related Marine activities are carried out safety in accordance with QP Procedures and Guidelines. Moreover, conduct various types of Marine vessels inspections as required by the Department.

Education Unlimited Foreign Going Class I (Ship Masters) Certificate of Competency issued by or equivalent to United Kingdom Department of Transport.

Experience & Skills A minimum of 15 years of experience in off shore/Oil and Gas operations. At least three recent years of offshore project management/co-ordination experience in offshore construction projects in the Oil and Gas industry. Have good communication skills and the ability to write accurate and precise reports. Fully familiar with the movement of floating units and fully familiar with all aspects of marine operations connected with the offshore industry including offshore construction projects, Heavy Lift Vessels / Barges etc., Rig moving, Offshore Oil & Gas Support Operations, Marine Inspection and Investigation and Marine Consultancy. Preferably Qualified of Specialised Marine vessels operations and inspections, i.e. Full Dynamic Positioning Operator Certificate, OVID inspector accreditation, PSC, and other QMS Audit qualification.

 

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