Senior Marine Engineer
The Marine Engineer will report to the SURF Manager and be part of the SURF team following up the delivery of the scope.
The marine engineer is expected to travel to sub- contractors and fabrication yards as required. Offshore installation campaigns are planned during the summer 2018 and summer 2019 and the marine engineer will act as Company Rep onboard intervention vessels.
- Participate in detailed engineering, with focus on marine operations and installation related issues for subsea structures, flexible risers, umbilical, dewatering and tie-ins.
- Follow-up engineering and fabrication of subsea structures (riser bases, PLRs and PLEM)
- Evaluate and provide input to marine operations related documentation and procedures.
- Follow up the planning and safe execution of marine operations for the field development
- Recommend and document strategies for marine operations and other installation activities
- Provide guidance and input to Client establishment of internal standards for marine operations and installation activities
- Ensure that the relevant authority requirements and standards are complied with
- Contribute to SIMOPS evaluations together with wells/drilling team
- Participate and give input to Lessons learned, HAZID and HAZOP, risk assessments and other reviews, as relevant for the scope
University Degree. Relevant industry experience might replace higher education requirement.
Minimum 10 years of experience with marine operations in development projects within the Oil and Gas industry, preferably from projects on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Extensive experience from working offshore with subsea installation and intervention campaigns
Experience with subsea tie-backs, subsea production systems and offshore installation activities.
Knowledge of Norwegian regulatory requirements and industry standards related to marine operations
Flexible, honest and trustworthy; flexibility will be required due to the travelling needs and offshore campaigns.
Fluent in English; good level of Norwegian.