JOB TITLE: Marine Supervisor


Industry : Engineering & Technical Job Location : Southampton
Job Reference : 11432SM Job Category : Oil and Gas
Employment Type : Permanent Posted : 27/03/2015
 
Salary & Benefits : £40000 - £45000 per annum
 
Experience Required : See Job Description
 
Education Required : See Job Description



Please note you must be permitted to work in the EC to apply for this job.

Job Summary

Marine Supervisor Paying £40k to £45kDOE Excellent Benefits- see below Based in Southampton The right to live and work in the UK is essential and candidates local to Southampton are preferred due to the urgent nature of the role but we would consider quick relocations to the area. One of the world's largest oil majors urgently requires a Marine Supervisor to join their operation based in Southampton due to an internal promotion - this is a key position within the business unit.


Job Description

Marine Supervisor
Paying £40k to £45kDOE
Excellent Benefits- see below
Based in Southampton
The right to live and work in the UK is essential and candidates local to Southampton are preferred due to the urgent nature of the role but we would consider quick relocations to the area.

The Opportunity
One of the world's largest oil majors urgently requires a Marine Supervisor to join their operation based in Southampton due to an internal promotion - this is a key position within the business unit.

The Marine Supervisor will be responsible for the implementation of the safe operation of the marine facility in compliance with Company's policies under the direction of the Marine Superintendent. To prevent loss in terms of injury to people, damage to property and the environment, and disruption to business by continuous re-assessment of the risk and effectiveness of the control measures adopted.
To ensure safe management procedures and appropriate controls are practised.

The right to live and work in the UK is essential and candidates local to Southampton are preferred due to the urgent nature of the role but we would consider relocations to the area.

The Role
The Marine Supervisor will Responsible for:

Element 1.0 Leadership
co-ordination of loading masters and operators to ensure all shipping duties are covered by competent staff

Element: 2.0 Organization
safe conduct of marine operations
prevention and control of marine pollution

Element: 3.0 Risk
Scheduling of vessels to minimise demurrage and to prevent disrupting oilfield production.
Compilation of operating procedures, pollution contingency plans and jetty regulations.
Thoroughly conversant with relevant legislation, guidelines and codes as applicable to the terminal's operation.
Full understanding of the risks and controls involved in terminal and tanker operations.
To order a vessel to vacate the berth owing to unsuitability, safety infringements or extended berth occupancy.
To liaise with TRANSEC in the role of Port Facilities Security Officer
Be responsible for the overall security of the Terminal.

Element: 4.0 Procedures
Compilation of operating procedures, pollution contingency plans and jetty regulations in accordance with the accepted codes of practice and national and international regulations
Emergency preparedness and response: to organise and run the emergency exercise's including Oil Spill Response and to deputise for the Marine Superintendent in his absence and be the on call marine contact in the event of an emergency situation arising
To gain Permit To Work accreditation and permit routine works carried out on the jetty
Investigate all marine and security related CAT 4 incidents and recommend remedial action to be taken to prevent a reoccurrence of the incident

To manage the competency of the Briggs Operators and to ensure that all operators have received training in emergency response activities

Element: 5.0 Assets
Operation of a fiscal metering system ensuring accurate measurement, sampling and documentation of oil quantities.
Maintenance of the berth facilities and associated equipment
Element: 6.0 Optimization
Assist programming the berthing of vessels taking in to account oilfield production, stock situation, demurrage and prevailing / forecast weather conditions
To decide on the suitability of vessels to use the facility and the overall safety of an operation.

Element: 7.0 Privilege to Operate
Identify and document specific compliance tasks to meet applicable legal and regulatory HSSE requirements for Marine Operations


The Candidate
The ideal Marine Supervisor will have;

*Thoroughly conversant with relevant legislation, guidelines and codes as applicable to marine operation.
*Full understanding of the risks and controls involved in terminal and tanker operations.
*Knowledge of pilotage and towage issues.
*Experience of dynamic and static measurement of oil quantities, oil stocks and shipping documentation.
*Qualified Mariner or relevant deck side marine experience desirable
*Marine Terminal operations and the loading and discharging of bulk hydrocarbon liquids

The Package
Paying £40k to £45k
bonus opportunity (non-guaranteed) - averaging 10% of base pay
Shift allowance of £4,700 per annum
Meal allowance of £1,527.60 per annum
Access to Occupational Pension scheme (2% employee contribution, 5 - 8% employer contribution)
Life assurance cover of 3 times base pay (if a member of the pension scheme)
Access to health screening service (once every 3 years)
Access to Company Share Scheme: Sharesave
25 days holiday plus 8 days bank holidays


Job Keywords

Marine, Supervisor, Storage, Transport, Logistics, Oil, Gas, Chemicals, Petrochemicals, Terminal, Onshore, berting, fuels, cargo, ships, crude, vessel, diesel, tankers, Southampton, Aberdeen, Mariner, supply chain, HSE, port, coastgard, fiscal,



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