As one of the world’s largest fully integrated energy enterprises, Saudi Aramco not only looks for individuals who can meet its expectations but also for those who can exceed them. Our objective is to become the world’s leading integrated energy provider.
Saudi Aramco is currently seeking an experienced Offshore Boat Deck Coordinator to join the Terminal Maintenance Department, which is a key organization within the Saudi Aramco production chain, as it handles the maintenance of critical facilities responsible for crude oil shipment, from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the entire globe.
The Offshore Boat Deck Coordinator will live and work on a marine vessel located permanently offshore. You will perform maintenance work on catenary anchor leg moorings (CALM), single anchor leg moorings (SALM), single-point moorings (SPMs), and supervise the boat Ramthan-II maintenance team, to safely and efficiently complete the offshore scheduled and emergency work.
You will implement the highest safety and environmental standards, governed by the Saudi Aramco safety and environmental procedures and policies team. Coordinate activities of SPM removal, installation, and testing and inspection (T&I) maintenance, with barges and support boats.
As the successful candidate you will have a high school qualification, and a diploma in mechanical/diving is preferred
You will have a minimum of 13 years of experience in marine maintenance (offshore SPMs and marine hoses), oil operation, crane/rigging, and diving operations.
Be able to live and work on a marine vessel located permanently offshore, be fluent in English, and must be able to swim.
Duties and Responsibilities
You will be required to perform the following:
Supervise the boat Ramthan-II maintenance team, to safely and efficiently complete the offshore scheduled and emergency work, including:
Daily SPM checks; weekly inspections; and preventive and reactive maintenance of Saudi Aramco’s offshore SPMs.
Replace and change-out all types of marine hoses, including: subsea, full float, half float, and others.
Perform SPM and CALM bearing assessments, and provide reports.
Maintain and replace subsea valves, and perform direct grease injection operations.
Replace and change mooring hawsers, and coordinate oil spills and cleanups.
Ensure and implement the highest safety and environmental standards, governed by Saudi Aramco safety and environmental procedures and policies.
Work under SPM area foreman supervision to coordinate all work activities and assignments.
Communicate constantly with Terminal Shift Superintendents, Marine Department, Ju’aymah Offshore Platform, and Piloting Operations, to coordinate workboat operations, and safely complete assigned activities.
Communicate with lead divers to coordinate all diving inspection and repair work.
Maintain adequate tools and materials on the workboat, to carry out normal maintenance.
Coordinate SPM work activities related to removals, installations, and maintenance with barges and support boats for T&I or major repairs.
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