ROV Tooling Workshop Supervisor

27 February 2024

As ROV Tooling Workshop Supervisor, your role is to aid the Workshop Manager in ensuring that the workshop operates in an efficient and safe manner. You will also be responsible for the welfare of the workshop personnel and equipment, delegating work as required.

This is a hands-on role and the ideal candidate will have experience in maintaining and servicing hydraulic and subsea equipment at a level suitable where they can give advice and instruction to other workshop personnel.

Key responsibilities:

• Aiding the Workshop Manager with on-site activities, ensuring work is carried out in accordance with company QHSE guidelines and Customer requirements.

• Liasing with internal and external customers, ensuring all work undertaken is done so effciciently, in a safe manner and in accordance with customer requirements.

• Overseeing, participating in, and ensuring successful and safe completion of projects required for off/onshore operations.

• Delegating where required, supervising, and overseeing workshop and yard activity, ensuring all work is carried out safely and in-line with company policies and procedures, along with necessary regulations legislative requirements.

• Ensuring all equipment and accessories remain within all required certification dates. i.e. LOLER / lifting certification, pressure test certification, calibration etc.

• Ensuring all relevant and necessary tooling and equipment maintenance activities are carried out at set, planned intervals, and as required for operational requirements liaising with the Commercial Manager.

• Liaising with QHSE and aiding in the investigations and reporting of failures, NCRs, OFI’s and Accidents & Incidents.

• Participating in the development of the Workshop team.

• Participating in pre and post job review meetings and ensuring all risk assessments are completed and regularly reviewed. Participate in close out and implementation of corrective actions, resulting from NCR’s and customer complaints.

• Ensuring all tasks that are being carried out have been suitable risk assessed where required, toolbox talks conducted as required with the necessary controls put into place. Ensuring all relevant personnel are familiarized with required controls and ensure they are enforced and followed.

• Ensuring workshop and yard remain clean, tidy, and environmentally friendly, with substances, tooling, equipment, and any other items being put away after use and stored in the correct manner

What experience you’ll bring:

• Knowledge and experience working with Hydraulics & Hydraulic Systems

• Experience in a Supervisory role, either leading or managing teams within a workshop environment.

• Familiar with subsea tooling & systems

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