ExxonMobil is the world’s largest publicly traded international oil and gas company.
ExxonMobil upstream affiliates operating in Nigeria are Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited (MPN) and Esso Exploration and Production Nigeria Ltd. (EEPNL). Our affiliates are involved in the exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas, and operate several joint venture concessions and deepwater production sharing contracts which currently focus on major secondary oil recovery projects; natural gas liquids and gas monetization and significant investment in national content development.
Exxon Mobil Corporation invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for the position below:
Job Title: Marine Operations Supervisor
Location: Lagos, Nigeria
As a result of organizational growth, career opportunities exist for ambitious and result-oriented individuals.
We are recruiting super caliber Marine Supervisor with the highest standards of integrity, capacity for hard work, ability to build strong working relationships and effectively interact in a multi-cultural environment.
Job Role Summary
The successful candidates will provide expert operability and maintainability input in all areas of marine operations and systems.
This will include key areas such as stability and ballast control, crude storage and export, maintenance of all transfer hoses and CALM Buoy, as well as diesel & methanol tandem loading and diesel transfer management.
Job Role Responsibilities
Overall supervision of marine operations and maintenance on the FPSOs including:
Maintenance of overall stability of the FPSOs
Coordinate with Crude Lifting activities, which requires involvement with the various stakeholders
Inspection programs (Class and Flag)
Management of field operational movements of the marine support fleet (PSV, Tugs, Surfers and Security vessels)
Permit to Work System (PTWS) Area Authority for Hull & Marine Systems
Maintenance program and supervision of maintenance contractors for all marine systems, tank cleaning operations, etc.
Crane Operations and materials movement
Overseeing of loading and offloading to tankers via the CALM buoy or tandem offloading
Export Operations systems including discharge pumps, inert gas, and metering
Tank Cleaning for sludge control and tank entry
Offloading Procedures and Marine Terminal Handbook
MIN REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:
Expected Level of Proficiency
The ideal candidates for the position must possess the following qualifications and skills:
B.Sc in Nautical Science with a minimum of Class 2 Certificate of Competency as Master Mariner (Unlimited tonnage, Foreign Going with Crude Liquid Petroleum Endorsement)
Class 1 Certificate of Competency is preferable
Strong leadership, influencing, and interpersonal skills, with the ability to work in a multicultural environment
Strong organizational, coordination, planning, and interface skills
Excellent communication skills and ability to read, write, and speak fluent English
NYSC discharge or exemption certificate
Crude tanker experience, with at least five years as a Chief Officer, or similar experience on a FPSO
Familiarity in Class Certification requirement (BV is preferred)
Crude Oil Washing Certificate
Dangerous Liquids Handling Certificate
REC – Interpersonal Effectiveness
Marine – Vessel Machinery and Equipment (Operation and Troubleshooting) (Marine Engine)
Marine – Managing Liquids Transfer Operations (Cargo, Ballast and Fueling) (Marine Deck)
Managing Marine Systems (Operation and Troubleshooting) (Marine Engine).
The position offers competitive compensation and benefit package commensurate with what is obtainable in the Upstream Oil and Gas industry.
How To Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should use apply button below
Only short listed applicants will be contacted. Applicants are hereby advised to submit only one application, as multiple applications may result in disqualification.
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