NO START DATE FOR THIS ROLE. UPDATING DATABASE FOR FUTURE TEMPORARY/FULL TIME POSITIONS.
SUPERVISES: Assistant Barge Supervisor, Ballast Control Operator, Deck Pusher, Paint Foreman
JOB SUMMARY: Ensure that all marine aspects of the rig’s operations are carried out in accordance to statutory and regulatory controls and guidelines. Supervise the operation of the marine department to ensure safe and efficient running of the rig
High School Diploma or Equivalent
2+ years previous experience on an offshore drilling rig
Valid Canadian Mate or Barge Supervisor License, or STCW equivalent
Valid Basic Survival Training or BOSIET
Medical (CAPP or OGUK)
STCW Basic Safety Training, Proficiency in Survival Craft, Advanced Fire Fighting, First Aid
Knowledge of basic technical calculations required for the safe operation of the drilling unit
Must pass Physical, Drug Screen and Background /Pre-Employment Screening Checks
International Travel is required
Monitor the weather conditions and rig motions; advise OIM on conditions likely to affect drilling operations and seaworthiness of the rig
Ensure that accurate calculation of load distribution and weights for daily stability reports are maintained
Coordinate all helicopter and supply boats traffic; supervise movement of materials and personnel to and from the rig
Ensure all navigation equipment is properly maintained and ready for use at all times
Monitor quantities of expendables such as fuel, potable water, drill water, etc.
Ensure that cranes are in safe working condition
Ensure that all safety equipment, including lifeboats and fire- fighting equipment, is maintained in a state of operational readiness at all times
Actively participate in the daily operations meeting with the OIM and other rig department heads
Operate and maintain the bulk system as required
Supervise tests on firefighting equipment, obstacle lighting and audible signals
Ensure that all lifting gears are inspected and certified, correctly color coded, maintained and stowed properly
Prepare and supervise rig move plans, anchor patterns, and associated mobilization preparations
Ensure that daily marine logs are accurate and completed.
Other duties as required
It is the objective of Puglisevich to ensure employment equity within the workplace. We encourage applications from Indigenous peoples, visible minorities, women, and persons with disabilities having the capability, qualifications and experience to make application for this position. Qualified residents of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador will be given first consideration in the staffing of these positions.