Subsea 7 is a seabed-to-surface engineering, construction and services contractor to the offshore energy industry worldwide. We operate internationally as one group - we are locally sensitive and globally aware, sharing our expertise and experience to create innovative solutions with our clients. We are more than solution providers, we are solution partners - ready to make long-term investments in our people, assets, know-how and relationships in support of our clients.
Our diverse, integrated and dedicated teams are experts in their fields and have a track record of safely and efficiently executing complex projects in harsh and challenging environments. We have the flexibility to respond quickly and sensitively to local demands, leveraging the full strength of our global resources and know-how.
This role is for a US Flagged Vessel. Must be able to demonstrate eligibility to work in the USA on a full time permanent basis.
The ROV Supervisor has the primary responsibility for the Health, Safety and welfare of the offshore personnel, implementation and monitoring of the Subsea 7 safety management system, offshore ROV system resource management and management of work execution.
Please note these are NOT trainee/associate roles and therefore applicants without necessary industry work experience and flying time will not be considered
OPERATIONAL ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Day to day supervision of the Subsea 7 ROV resources operating on work site. When acting as the senior Subsea 7 representative offshore, maintaining communications with the Client's Offshore Representative, vessel/Installation management and onshore management. Conducting all ROV project briefings with the Client's Representative, vessel/installation Master/OIM, Dive Superintendent, ROV personnel so that all concerned understand the purpose of the operation, and the proposed method of achieving its completion. Ensuring that all equipment and stores used by the operations team are in a condition satisfactory in performance, maintenance and calibration necessary to carry out the operation. He has the right to terminate the operation if he considers that a malfunction of any part of the ROV system would prejudice the safety and/or satisfactory completion of the operation. When necessary giving instructions to vessel bridge personnel for the operational requirements of the vessel in support of the ROV operation. Ensuring that the daily reporting to onshore management is undertaken. Collating the necessary information attaining to the project and obtaining approval by customer's representative where required.
HSEQ ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Reinforce and strengthen the HSE culture at every opportunity in operations and projects. Promote correct HSE behaviors through personal example. Take action upon any health, safety and environmental matter brought to their notice, and report to their Manager on any matter which they are unable to rectify. Be accountable for communicating HSE objectives and maintaining the performance management program for all employees. Maintain responsibility and accountability for HSE through active supervision. Ensure that the workforce under their control are adequately trained, competent and authorized for the operations which they are required to perform, and kept informed of all relevant information to ensure their health and safety. Carry out appropriate induction training. Consider health, safety and environmental performance during appraisals and assessments. Set HSE Objectives. Maintain awareness Sub-Contractor activities, interfaces and the associated risks. Ensure a safe working environment for employees under their control. Assist in all safety inspections to ensure that the workplace is maintained in a safe and tidy condition. Ensure so far as is reasonably practicable that the work place is kept free of potential hazards. Ensure that risk assessments are carried out. Evaluate processes and activities for the presence of hazards. Assess, record and control the subsequent risk to a tolerable level. Identify HSE resource requirements. Conform with the emergency procedures applicable to their place of work. Ensure that the workforce is aware of, and understands, the emergency procedures. Facilitate effective two-way communication with the workforce on HSE issues. Conduct Toolbox Talks and Pre Job Safety Meetings. Attend HSE Meetings and ensure workforce participation. Remain aware of the relevant HSE legislation relevant to their operations. Ensure all safety devices provided are utilised and maintained, protective equipment is worn, safety rules are observed and safe working practices applied. Ensure correct equipment usage, inspection and effective maintenance. Report and investigate all accidents and dangerous occurrences, including environmental incidents in the area of responsibility. Take action in accordance with the Company disciplinary procedures for those who are negligent in failing to follow established safety and environmental procedures or misuse equipment provided for their health and safety. Ensure that operations are conducted in compliance with health, safety and environmental legislation and Company policy, plans and procedures. Ensure workers under their control are kept informed of all relevant information to ensure their Health and Safety, and the protection of the Environment. Communicate HSE report and audit information to staff.
All personnel are expected to contribute to creating a positive HSEQ culture within Subsea 7 and ensure familiarity with and adherence to local HSEQ codes and practices.
TRAINING AND COMPETENCE ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The ROV Supervisor shall actively ensure the implementation of the Subsea 7 Competence Assurance Scheme for the personnel engaged in the operation. The ROV Supervisor shall actively ensure compliance with the requirements of the Subsea 7 Global HSEQ Training Program.
Water Survival, Offshore Medical, SafeGulf and TWIC
Preferably 7 years offshore experience in a relevant environment, 4 of which should be in the position of ROV Submersible/Senior Submersible Technician. As per Subsea 7 competence assurance system covering requirements of IMCA C001 Competence Guideline & Competence Tables and IMCA R002 - Entry Level Requirements for ROV Personnel. Experience working within the industry. Perry XLS / XLX ROV System Knowledge. Technical Background with Current Certificates. Potential Candidates must be able to demonstrate eligibility to work in the USA on a permanent basis without end.
Offshore GOM. Must be able to demonstrate eligibility to work in the USA on a full time permanent basis.