FPSO Maintenance Supervisor

Role FPSO Maintenance Supervisor
Date Posted Monday May 27th,2013 10:33 AM
Viewed 10918 times
Applied 12 times
Category Engineering Services - Mechanical
Location Outside Singapore
Experience 10 to 15 Years
Educational Qualification Bachelor's Degree-Graduate Degree (BA, BSc, BCom)
Skills Engineering
Salary --
Career Level Management (AVP, Assistant Director, VP, Director)
Job Type Temporary/Contract/Project
Job Status Full Time
Open to Foreigner YES
 Job Description

FPSO Maintenance Supervisor

• To work under the OIM management.
• Comply working time as requirement of company team
• Check and review all technical drawing of all system on maintenance site
• Check/supervise really fabrication and installation status of systems on site and comments for all system related
• Comments and proposal to improve safety operation and effectiveness of all system
• The comments and proposal will be sent to company team leader or company site manager
• Combine with company team to review and comments for the matter related to all mechanical systems
• Supervising test/ trial running of all equipment/ system and ensure that we meet designated requirements and Make recommendations
• Witness test/trial running when required and ensure that we meet designated requirements of Maker
• Send daily and weekly report to company team leader (OIM)
• Comply with all policy of company.
• Review OandM procedures as assigned by OIM.
• To assist OIM to develop and review the 2 year spares requirement and first fill lists.
• Ensure system and sub system take over in a professional manner with all check lists signed off and punch list items closed or highlighted as open.
• Provide technical and functional expertise in mechanical system design review.
• Reviewing the database being prepared for the AMOS system being developed by contractor. Early on start making a list of equipment/jobs which need to be entered into the AMOS system.
• Ensure deficiencies are updated in the punch list
• Line supervisor for the mechanical technicians, general purpose operators and for (breakdown) maintenance related work for the electrician/ instrument technicians, Engine room GP operators and fitters
• Responsible for the management of all maintenance tasks, the planned maintenance system and unscheduled repairs that may be necessary on the FSO plant and machinery.
• Responsible person for operating and maintaining the PC based Maintenance Management System (AMOS)
• To act as AMOS administrator and responsible to train relevant facility personnel in the operating of the AMOS system.
• Responsible for generating all Maintenance Reports.
• Responsible for ensuring compliance to classification requirements those vessels, machinery, mooring system and hull related to the position responsibility.
• Ensuring condition-monitoring records of machinery and deck utilities, steam and power generation plants, diesel engine machinery and inert gas plant and other major and critical equipment are maintained and updated.
• Regular re-assessment of preventive maintenance schedules based on monitoring or breakdown records.
• Be familiar with the FSO’s plant and machinery and shall ensure that the maintenance staff are adequately trained in their safe operation and maintenance.
• Ensure that all documentation relevant to maintenance records for upkeep of classification and the maintenance management system is completed to a high degree of quality, in a timely manner, and forwarded/ filed as appropriate.
• Planning and preparation for inspection of vessel, machinery, mooring system and hull according to class or statutory requirements.
• Administer and updating planning schedules for all maintenance activities on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.
• Defining spare part requirements and raise required MSR.
• Ensuring workshop equipment, hand tools, electrically powered (portable) tools, welding/ cutting equipment, and personnel protection equipment is maintained to the highest standards.
• Carry out all works according to the client applicable to international and local
• regulations, codes and standards.
• Take the lead in following established HSE procedures, including Tool Box Talks and Safety Meetings.
• Preparation of the daily work schedules ensuring the correct Permit To Work implementation.
• Prepare lookhead maintenance plan including work scope for planned shutdown and getting ready all the necessary tools and materials.
• Guide all subordinates to ensure hands-on experience were passed down for smooth execution of the jobs.
• Ensure all shutdown systems and related safety equipments were maintained and tested according to schedule and to keep record.
• Keeping track of outstanding punchlist, warranty claims, ECR, equipment breakdowns for follow up with relevant parties on shore to close out.
• To organize an urgent rectification of any breakdowns of the equipment and other
• facilities onboard where practical or arrange for support from shore if required.
• Administrative responsibilities including writing/reviewing TWI’s JHA, and relevant Marine department procedures. Ensuring proper and updated records are compiled and followed up

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