Job description
• Provide advice and support on offshore vessel operations issues to all projects planned and currently in development for the Project, the projects department
• To liaise with the Company Marine for all required approvals and input for the above execution groups to carry out their works without delay.• To conduct vessel pre-hire marine systems and management audits in country and abroad.

• To carry out vessel Pre-hire screening and management /vessel systems audits of prospective contracted vessels.

• Liaise with the Project SHES on Safety /Security and Marine Issues. Will provide, if/ when required, technical information to the investigation team in case of a marine incident.
• Liaise with the Construction Execution Leads for planning and to determine their Marine requirement on a daily basis
• To interface with other parties on Marine specification and to advise and provide Input in review of bid packages to ensure the specific requirement for the Company Field and more specific for Nigeria. To advise on associated Marine related Contractual matters, Charter parties, Maritime Law, IMO Regulations and applicable Law.
• Review of contractor marine operations procedures and plans on behalf of projects.
• Advise projects on COMPANY practices, approved work procedures/plans and adherence to Specific Marine requirements in particular to the COMPANY Field Operation Manual and the COMPANY Marine Vessel Operations Manual.
• To advise on vessel and barge moorings and participate in the COMPANY marine approval process for associated anchor plans.
• To advise the project personnel, inclusive of Engineers, Construction Supervisors, Safety Officers, and others who are assigned to projects in matters related to Marine, Heavy lifts, safe working practices, risk assessments and other Marine associated topics.
• Provides advice to the field based COMPANY Construction Team and the Contractor(s) to ensure that all Marine activities are executed safely, cost effectively and to schedule, delivering safety and quality standards and promote established project objectives.
• To provide an interface between project teams and marine warranty companies. Arrange MWS attendance on site when requested by project.
Job requirements
• Degree – BS/MS in Nautical Science/Marine Transportation and / or Class 1 master mariners CoC (STCW ii/2)
• 15-20 years experience including a minimum of 2 years service as Master or 5 years as Chief Officer on AHT’s with multi point mooring experience. Experience on heavy lift / DSV / Towing / Jack up vessels / DP or shore management of offshore vessel operations would be an advantage.
• The successful candidate is expected to have a comprehensive understanding of class and statutory requirements and be able to apply this knowledge in a practicable manner. 



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