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Offshore Drilling Rig

Job Description
Compiled from job vacant on several websites

Contents:
Offshore Installation Manager (OIM)
Senior Toolpusher
Toolpusher
Driller
Assistant Driller
Derrickman
Floorhand
Maintenance Supervisor
Senior Subsea Supervisor (MUX)
Subsea Supervisor
Master
Chief Mate
Dynamic Positioning Operator
Barge Supervisor
Deck Pusher
Crane Operator
First Assistant Engineer
Second Assistant Engineer
Third Assistant Engineer
Chief Mechanic
Chief Electrician
Electronic Technician
Rig Electrician
Rig Mechanic
Safety Officer
Senior Drilling Supervisor
Day Drilling Supervisor
Directional Drillers
Solids Control/Dewatering Technician
Field Engineer-Liner Hanger
Completion and Testing Team Leader
Well Testing Operator
Stabber

Offshore Installation Manager (OIM)


REPORTING:
Reports to the Rig Manager Performance
SUPERVISION:
Supervises the Senior Toolpusher/Performance Toolpusher/Toolpusher,
Master/Barge Supervisor, and Maintenance Supervisor/Chief Engineer
PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent. Work experience and demonstrated


ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal
education.
Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates
Valid well control certificate
Valid OIM license for the flag state of the installation
The OIM job position is now defined by a salary range which is determined
by: Merit and Performance, Increase proposed

BASIC FUNCTION:
Manage the manpower and resources of the rig to achieve optimum performance so
as to ensure the well program is carried out in a safe, efficient and productive
manner:

Promote and ensure that all Company Policies and Procedures are
communicated and understood by personnel on the rig
Actively Promote Company Core Values

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


Operations/Maintenance:

Manage the planning and efficient execution of the drilling program in


coordination with Customer Representative and rig department
Hold daily operations meeting with Customer Representative and rig
department heads
Ensure pre-tour meeting is carried out for hazardous situations and nonroutine operations
Manage the Monitoring of all onboard equipment and systems usage,
supervise testing and inspection of critical equipment and systems, and
ensure operational parameters and limits are observed
Monitor the application of the Company Preventative Maintenance System
program. Ensure that equipment and systems are operational by setting
priorities on equipment repairs. Participate in weekly maintenance meetings -

Monitor the application of the Company Preventative Maintenance System


program. Ensure that equipment and systems are operational by setting
priorities on equipment repairs. Participate in weekly maintenance meetings
Organize and supervise the activities of drilling, marine and maintenance
departments and ensure rig-specific procedures are understood and
observed by all personnel onboard
Responsible, along with Customer Representative, for all third- party services
on the rig and ensure that they comply with Company policy and safety
processes
Promote and maintain a good working relationship with Customer
Representatives, department heads, and third-party personnel
Ensures that rig complies with Flag State and certifying Regulatory Bodies'
requirements
Maintain daily communication with the Rig Manager Performance on all
relevant activities regarding the rig's operation and needs
Plan operations with the Marine department as related to rig moves, mooring,
station keeping and stability. Ensure that guidelines of the rig's Marine
Operations Manual are understood and followed
Supervise and perform jacking operations for jack-up drilling units
Ensure that pre-spud meetings are conducted and that well related hazards
are recognized and managed appropriately by the key personnel

Financial:

Assist with the development of the vessel's consolidated annual maintenance


budget and oversee compliance with the budget on an annual basis
Review all rig-generated requisitions
Oversee management of the warehouse inventory level to ensure compliance
with targets

QHSE:

Incorporate the THINK process into all tasks, whether working alone or as part
of a team
Apply the START process during the execution of planned tasks and daily
operations
Approving authority for all requests for Permit to Work (PTW). Ensure that
active PTW are understood and managed diligently
Ensure that subordinate personnel are properly trained in the START Call a
Time Out for Safety (TOFS) whenever an unplanned hazard or a change in the
expected results is observed
Ensure that the Company QHSE policies and other programs are
communicated to and understood by all rig personnel
Play an active part in the weekly meetings, FOCUS Improvement Program,
and all other Company safety management systems
Ensure that new arrivals receive a full safety briefing and induction on the

Ensure that drills and exercises involving the use of all types of lifesaving, fire
fighting and other safety equipment are conducted regularly
Ensure that a high standard of hygiene and housekeeping is maintained
onboard the rig
Ensure that the Emergency Response Plan is in place for the rig and
understood by all personnel on the rig

Personnel:

Meet the training requirements according to the applicable training matrix


Participate fully in the annual performance appraisal process
Mentor, develop and train crew members to ensure that they are competent to
work at their next job level
Ensure proper and relevant communication with all onboard personnel
Ensure that all employees on the rig receive an annual performance appraisal
Ensure the rig's training program is effectively managed to ensure all
personnel are competent to perform their allocated jobs
Make recommendations for transfers and promotions
Apply and promote appropriate accountability. Apply positive recognition
and recommend promotion or disciplinary action up to and including
discharge

SENIOR TOOLPUSHER
REPORTING:
Reports to the Offshore Installation Manager (OIM)
SUPERVISION:
Supervises the Toolpusher, Tourpusher and Driller
LOCATION:
Offshore location
PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent. Work experience and demonstrated


ability of oral and written communication may be substituted in lieu of formal
education.
Knowledge of all technical calculations required for the safe operation of the
drilling equipment
Basic computer skills
Valid medical and vaccination certificate
Valid well control certificate

BASIC FUNCTION

Supervise the drilling operations and associated activities and ensure they are
in accordance with the well program
Ensure that drilling operations are carried out in a safe, efficient and
productive manner

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


Operations/Maintenance:

Ensure that the Driller is provided each tour with the Standing Instructions to
Driller (SID) that is relevant to the planned operations
Monitor the maintenance, repair and installation of all drilling equipment
including repair, lubrication, maintenance records, and inventory levels
Maintain records of inspections and certification of drilling equipment, tools
and tubulars
Ensure that the mud mixing systems and solid control equipment are being
monitored constantly and properly maintained
Relieve the Driller at the Driller's console as operational requirement
demands
Participate in the daily operations meeting with the OIM and other rig
department heads
Monitor the application of the Company Rig Maintenance System (RMS) for
drilling department maintenance tasks
Review and approve all drilling related work permits (PTW) as the
Responsible Person for the task
Supervise equipment preparation for impending drilling operations
Assist in planning the job activities of the drilling department and associated
activities
Ensure that well control requirements are in place according to operational
requirements; assist in supervising well killing operations in an emergency
situation. Attend pre-spud meetings and take note of all well-related hazards
and ensure that they are managed appropriately
Perform all well control calculations (i.e. mud weight increase, initial and final
circulating pressures, number of strokes, etc.)
Assist the OIM in coordinating the activities of third-party personnel
responsible for various aspects of the well program; ensure that these
personnel understand and follow Company policy and procedures related to
the task and follow Company safety processes
Review the daily drilling operations report for accuracy and approve
accordingly
Prepare Requisition Purchase Orders for equipment or parts necessary to
keep the drilling operation free of downtime. Assist in ensuring that sufficient
stock of parts and materials are maintained
Assist in the planning, organization and supervision of rig move operations

Maintain proper communication with the OIM regarding the progress of


drilling and associated operations
Recommend adjustments to drilling parameters as necessary to improve the
overall drilling operation's performance
Promote and maintain an effective working relationship with other
departments, third-party personnel and Customer Representatives

QHSE:

Ensure that subordinates understand and apply guidelines of the Company


Quality & HSE Policy Statements and rig-specific procedures
Inform the OIM of any incidents, potential hazards or abnormal situations
Actively participate in safety meetings, FOCUS Improvement Process, and all
other safety processes in the Safety Management System
Incorporate the THINK process into all tasks, whether working alone or as part
of a team
Participate in the START process
Ensure that subordinate personnel are properly trained in the START process
Ensure that DROPS inspections are conducted as per the rig's DROPS
inspection program
Call a Time Out for Safety (TOFS) whenever an unplanned hazard or a change
in the expected results is observed
Demonstrate commitment to Company safety policies through the consistent
application of leadership and guidance
Ensure that effective well control drills are carried out regularly and recorded
Ensure that a high standard of hygiene and housekeeping is maintained
onboard the rig

Personnel:

Meet the training requirements according to the applicable training matrix


Participate fully in the annual performance appraisal process
Mentor, coach, develop and train crew members to ensure that they are
competent to work at their next job level
Provide leadership and motivation to rig personnel
Apply and promote appropriate accountability. Provide Positive recognition
as well as recommend promotion or disciplinary action up to and including
discharge
Assist in training to ensure that all personnel are competent to perform their
allocated jobs
Make recommendations for promotions

TOOLPUSHER

REPORTING:
Reports to the Senior Toolpusher or Offshore Installation Manager (OIM)
SUPERVISION:
Supervises the Driller
LOCATION:
Offshore location
PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent. Work experience and demonstrated


ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal
education.
Knowledge of all technical calculations required for the safe operation of the
drilling
Basic computer skills
Valid medical and vaccination certificate
Valid well control certificate
BASIC FUNCTION

Supervise the drilling operations and associated activities and ensure that
they are in accordance with the well program
Ensure that drilling operations are carried out in a safe, efficient and
productive manner
Actively promote Company Core Values

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


Operations/Maintenance:

Ensure that the Driller is provided each tour with the Standing Instructions to
Driller (SID) that is relevant to the planned operations
Monitor the maintenance, repair and installation of all drilling equipment
including repair, lubrication, maintenance records, and inventory levels
Maintain records of inspections and certification of drilling equipment, tools
and tubular
Ensure the mud mixing systems and solid control equipment are being
monitored constantly and properly maintained
Relieve the Driller at the Driller's console as operational requirement
demands
Partake in the daily operations meeting with the OIM, Senior Toolpusher and
other rig department heads
Monitor the application of the Company Rig Maintenance System (RMS) for
drilling department maintenance tasks

Review and approve all drilling-related Permit to Work as the responsible


person for the task
Supervise equipment preparation for impending drilling operations
Assist in planning the job activities of the drilling department and associated
activities
Ensure that well control requirements are in place according to operational
requirements; assist in supervising well-killing operations in an emergency
situation
Perform all well control calculations (i.e. mud weight increase, initial and final
circulating pressures, number of strokes, etc.)
Assist the Senior Toolpusher or OIM in coordinating the activities of thirdparty personnel responsible for various aspects of the well program and
ensure that they understand Company policy and procedures related to the
task and that they follow safety processes.
Review the daily drilling operations report in the Global Management System
(GMS) for accuracy and approve accordingly
Prepare Requisition Purchase Orders for equipment or parts necessary to
keep the drilling operation free of downtime. Assist in ensuring that sufficient
stock of parts and materials are maintained
Assist in the planning, organization and supervision of rig move operations
Maintain proper communication with the Senior Toolpusher and OIM
regarding the progress of drilling and associated operations
Recommend adjustments to drilling parameters as necessary to improve the
overall drilling operation's performance
Promote and maintain an effective working relationship with other
departments, third-party personnel and Customer Representatives

Personnel:

Meet the training requirements according to the applicable training matrix


Participate fully in the annual performance appraisal process
Mentor, coach, develop and train crew members to ensure they are
competent to work at their next job level
Provide leadership and motivation to rig personnel. Ensure that continuous
improvement is applied routinely
Ensure that all subordinates receive an annual performance appraisal. Apply
accountability for recognition as well as Recommend promotion or
disciplinary action up to and including discharge
Assist in training to ensure that all personnel are competent to perform their
allocated jobs
Make recommendations for promotions

DRILLER

REPORTING:
Reports to the Toolpusher, Tourpusher and/or Senior Toolpusher.
SUPERVISION:
Supervises the Assistant Driller, Derrickhand, Assistant Derrickhand, Pumphand and
Floorhands.
LOCATION:
Offshore location
PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent. Work experience and demonstrated


ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal
education.
Successful completion of the at least one D-CAP Assessment (Onshore or
Offshore)
Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates
Valid well control certificate
Knowledge of all technical calculations required for the safe operation of the
drilling unit and basic computer skills

BASIC FUNCTION:

Operate drilling equipment as instructed in the well program and Standing


Instructions to Driller (SID) in a manner that complies with Company policies
and procedures and the Driller's Key Responsibilities
Apply Company core values

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


Operations/Maintenance:

Operate all equipment at the Driller's console in a safe manner; maintain a


clean, tidy and hazard-free condition on the drill floor and associated area
Monitor the well condition at all times (i.e. depth, mud weight, weight on bit.)
Recognize, interpret and respond to down hole conditions
Perform drilling-related operations such as directional drilling, working stuck
pipe, running and cementing casing strings, coring, fishing, and assisting in
wireline logging, well testing, and other special operations.
Supervise and direct operations in the picking up or laying down of tubular
and all drilling-related equipment
Maintain accurate record of tubular and tool dimensions (i.e. internal and
external diameter, fish neck, and serial numbers)
Ensure that the solid control equipment and mud mixing operations are being
monitored constantly

Inform Toolpusher/Senior Toolpusher and Client Representative if a deviation


from planned operation occurs
Keep accurate records of fluid displacement when tubulars are run in/pulled
out of well. - Authority I
Complete the IADC daily drilling report (GMS) at the end of each tour
Hold pre-tour meeting with the drilling crew for all drilling operations.
Secure the well during an emergency or well control situation; assist in the
well-killing operations.
Supervise the lubrication and maintenance of all drilling and associated
equipment and ensure it is carried out in accordance with the Preventive
Maintenance System (RMS).
Maintain equipment files, drilling logs and records; perform all technical
calculations required to carry out drilling operations
Assist during the running and retrieving of marine risers and BOP stack
Assist in the planning, organization and supervision of rig move operations

Personnel:

Promote and maintain good working relationships with other departments,


third-party personnel and Customer representatives.
Meet the training requirements as per the applicable training matrix
Participate fully in the annual performance appraisal process
Mentor, coach, develop and train crew members to ensure they are
competent to work at their next job level
Provide leadership and motivation to the drilling crews. Apply continuous
improvement process
Mentor the Assistant Driller and deputize when operations, security of well,
and personnel safety are not at risk
Assist in training to ensure that all personnel are competent to perform their
allocated jobs
Participate fully in the annual performance appraisal process.
Apply appropriate accountability regarding recognition; recommend
promotion or disciplinary action up to and including discharge

Assistant Driller
Reports to the Driller
Supervises the Derrickhand, Pumphand, and Floorhand
PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent. Work experience and demonstrated


ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal
education.

Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates.


Knowledge of all technical calculations required for the safe operation of the
drilling unit
Basic computer skills.
Valid well control certificate

BASIC FUNCTION:
Assist the Driller in operating drilling and mud circulating equipment as
instructed in the well program and in accordance to Company policies and
procedures.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Perform the drilling department's daily checklists, i.e. QHSE checks,


mast/Derrick inspection, choke and kill manifold set up, etc.
Maintain accurate records of tubular and tool dimensions (i.e. internal and
external diameter, fish neck, and serial numbers)
Calculate ton-miles on drilling line; maintain an accurate logbook and
advise the Driller on the need to slip and cut
Maintain an organized drilling equipment store and tubular and subs
inventory
Maintain proper communication with the Driller, Toolpusher, and other
department heads
Read and interpret various gauges and meters relating to the drilling
operations; assist the Driller in maintaining records and logs
Actively participate in pre-tour meeting with the drilling crew for all
drilling operations
Assist and relieve the Driller at the Driller's console during drilling
operations
Assist with the preparation of equipment for impending drilling operations
Drilling operations
Organize and supervise the drilling crews for all operations
Assist the Driller during an emergency or well control situation; assist in
the well killing operations
Assist in supervision of Preventive Maintenance carried out on drilling
equipment
Assist in supervision of repairs on drilling and associated equipment
Assist in running and cementing casing strings, running and retrieving
BOPs and risers, and other operations as directed by the Driller or
Toolpusher
Monitor mud systems and supervise solids control equipment and mud
mixing operation

Assist in the planning, organization and execution of rig move operations


Operate drilling and associated equipment as directed by the Driller, i.e.
Top Drive System, Mud Pumps, BOP and Diverter controls, Pipe racking
System, etc.
Know the clients' rules and Company procedures for well control and
blowout prevention

Derrickman
BASIC FUNCTION:

Handle tubular goods while working on the derrick


Assist in operating and maintaining drilling fluid pumping and mixing systems
Apply Company core values

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


Operations/Maintenance:

Handle tubular goods on the derrick during tripping operations (i.e. pulling
out of hole and running in hole)
Assist the Driller and Assistant Driller with rig floor operations; work with the
Floorhands on the rig floor when applicable
Participate in pre-tour meeting with the drilling crew for all drilling
operations
Inspect and perform routine maintenance work on the derrick and connected
equipment
Assist in running and cementing casing, mainly working at the casing
stabbing board
Monitor the mud pumps and mud pits during operations. Report any
unexplained pit level increase/decrease to the Driller.
Check and record drilling fluid weight and viscosity at regular intervals and
report any deviation from operational requirements to the Driller
Maintain daily logs of drilling fluid properties as well as chemicals and mud
materials. Assist in completing the mud record section of the IADC report on a
daily basis.
Operate all drilling fluid handling and treatment equipment in the pump/pit
room in accordance with operational requirements. Mix and treat drilling fluid
as per instructions.
Maintain and repair mud pumps and associated equipment; ensure that
permit to work and isolation procedure is followed.
Operate, maintain and repair gate valves associated with the mud system,
butterfly valves in mud pits, agitators, shale shakers, etc.
Operate, maintain and repair mud conditioning and solids control equipment
as required.

Assist in the running and retrieval of Blow Out Preventer (BOP) and ancillary
operations
Assist with deck operations when required

Floorhand
BASIC FUNCTION
The Floorhand works on a drilling rig and is responsible for performing services on
oil and gas wells. The duties of the Floorhand include assisting in rigging-up and
rigging-down, pulling/laying down drill pipe, tubing, and casing as well as other
functions as directed by the Driller. All duties are to be performed according to the
Company's Operating Procedures in order to maximize the safety of all personnel at
the work site and to most efficiently perform the task.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
1. Performs duties related to tripping pipe such as, operates lead and backup
tongs, racks, leads out, and stabs pipe, sets slips, latches, and unlatches
elevators, cleans and lubricates pipe and tool joint threads, measures and tallies
pipe using an engineering tally tape, runs pipe handling machine, identifies and
operates various sizes and types of tubing and casing elevators.
2. Demonstrates the ability to work with other rig crew members to nipple-up and
nipple-down the blowout preventers and well head equipment.
3. Operates pipe handling tools such as Iron roughneck, tubing tong and casing
tongs as needed.
4. Operates the following equipment: tongs, elevators, slips, air hoists, pipe
handlers and hand tools.
5. Assists with the counting of tubulars on location.
6. Ability to perform mechanical tasks required during rig-up, rig-down, and
moving of doubles and triples drilling rigs.
7. Ability to perform maintenance and minor repairs on the following equipment:
tongs, elevators, slips, air hoists, hand tools, accumulator, draw works, engines,
duplex and triplex pumps and all well control equipment.
8. Knowledge of basic well operations, well control procedures, well head design
and blow-out prevention equipment (including accumulator systems which run
blow-out prevention stacks).
9. Knowledge of rotary table and top drive design and function.
10. Knowledge of formation pressure and blow-out prevention response
11. Possess spatial and hazard awareness necessary to operate safely within the
drilling environment.
12. May be directed to monitors drilling returns to determine adequate circulation
and nature of formation.

13. At the direction of the Driller or Derrickhand, operates manifolds and fluid
routing equipment.
14. At the direction of the Driller or Derrickhand mixes and weighs drilling mud.
15. Handles drill pipe, drill collars, tubing and casing during pick-up and lay-down
procedures.
16. Performs daily maintenance on the rig floor equipment and pipe handling tools.
17. Maintains work area; cleans and paints rig equipment.
18. Demonstrates ability to work with other crew members during rig-up, rig-down,
or when skidding the rig.
19. Interacts with third party wireline, casing, and mud logging personnel unfamiliar
with NWS policies and procedures.
20. Adheres to the policies and procedures of the Company Safety Program.
21. Will conduct Job Safety Analysis to ensure awareness of the task hazards and how
to avoid them.
22. Maintains, in confidence, knowledge of information gained in the performance of
these job duties and responsibilities.
23. Performs and assumes other duties and responsibilities as may be required by
immediate supervisor.
24. Performs the primary thinking called for and encompassed by the overall
Position Definition.
25. Adheres to Company policies and work requirements.
Desired Skills:
1. Ability to read, write and speak English to the extent that they are able to
understand verbal and written instructions as well as give verbal and written
instructions in English; and the ability to use simple mathematical calculations
using whole numbers, fractions and decimals (addition, subtraction, division and
multiplication) to make job related calculations.
2. Heavy Work- Exerting 50 to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 25 to 50
pounds of force frequently, and/or 10 to 20 pounds of force constantly to move
objects. Physical Demand requirements are in excess of those for Medium Work.
3. This position requires standing, walking, and sitting while working either indoors
or outdoors.
4. While performing the job, will be required to lift/carry, pull/push, reach, squat,
kneel, and or climb ladders or stairs.
5. Working conditions for this position may involve exposure to varying
environmental conditions. This may include chemicals, gases, cold/heat, noise,
dampness, dust, fumes, radiation and heights. Exposure to the above conditions
should be handled as prescribed in the Company's Accident Prevention
Handbook and/or the Company's Standard Operating Procedures.
6. Must have a valid driver's license if needed to drive company equipment.
7. Demonstrated mechanical aptitude.
8. Ability to learn or have the basic knowledge of the oil field and related
equipment associated with the position.

9. Previous experience with the following equipment: tongs, elevators, slips, air
hoists, pipe handlers and hand tools is preferred.
10. Knowledge of conductor pipe, intermediate casing and long string design,
preferred.

MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
REPORTING:
Reports to the Offshore Installation Manager (OIM)
SUPERVISION:
Supervises the Chief Engineer, Mechanical Supervisor or Chief Mechanic, Electrical
Supervisor or Chief Electrician, Electronics Supervisor or Chief Electronics
Technician, Information Technology Supervisor, and Senior Subsea Supervisor
LOCATION:
Offshore location
PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent. Work experience and demonstrated


ability of oral and written communication may be substituted in lieu of formal
education
Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates
Knowledge of all technical calculations required for the safe operation of the
drilling unit and computer skills

BASIC FUNCTION:
Supervise and control the maintenance and repair of mechanical, electrical,
electronics, subsea, and information technology equipment on the vessel
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operations/Maintenance:

Maintain control over the rig's Rig Maintenance System (RMS) and associated
computer database
Coordinate periodic maintenance activities with the OIM and other
department heads
Plan the service and maintenance of equipment according to the RMS
guidelines

Ensure that reports for repair and maintenance of equipment are accurate and
complete
Carry out classification society surveys as part of continuous survey of
machinery
Liaise with the marine department regarding the loading, ordering and use of
fuel, potable water, and drill water in consideration of the rig's stability
Ensure that the permit to work and isolation systems are strictly adhered to in
the maintenance department
Inform the OIM and other department heads of any technical problems or
limitations that may affect the safe operation of the rig
Maintain an adequate supply of spares to fulfill maintenance requirements and
facilitate a safe and efficient operation
Supply information for maintenance and repair budget
Maintain proper communication with shore-based Field Support group, rig
management, and equipment vendors
Liaise with the OIM to ensure that all third party equipment is fit for purpose,
certified, correctly installed, and maintained while on the rig
Implement follow-up requirements of audits, as issued by Clients, Regulatory
Authorities or rig management
Approve all maintenance department requisition purchase orders
Supply rig management with maintenance statistics of the vessel
Advise on ways of making improvements to the inventory kept on the rig
Document any and all changes to the RMS system and provide reasons for
making these changes to Rig Manager via direct supervisor
Provide input in the Survey of the vessel and ways to reduce the out of service
time of the vessel
Exercise fiscal responsibility with regard to maintenance budget
Train personnel on the use of the RMS system to reduce error in the system
Communicate equipment problems or breakdown information via direct
supervisor to Field Support Group

SENIOR SUBSEA SUPERVISOR MUX


REPORTING:
Reports to the Maintenance Supervisor/Chief Engineer or Offshore Installation
Manager (OIM)
SUPERVISION:
Supervises the Subsea Supervisor, Assistant Subsea and Subsea Trainee
LOCATION:
Offshore location

PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent. Work experience and demonstrated


ability of oral and written communication may be substituted in lieu of formal
education.
Minimum of one year experience working with a Multiplex system
Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates
Knowledge of all technical calculations required for the subsea operation of
the drilling unit and basic computer skills

BASIC FUNCTION:
Supervise the maintenance and repair of all subsea BOP and riser systems, Multiplex
electro-hydraulic control systems, and all associated surface equipment and systems
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operations/Maintenance:

Maintain the Blow Out Preventer (BOP), Diverter, and associated subsea
equipment in accordance with the Rig Maintenance System (RMS) guidelines
Operate and pressure test the BOP on the surface and on the seabed as required
Direct the deck and drill crews in the running and recovery of the BOP and
Marine Riser equipment
Direct the assembly, installation, and nippling down of the BOP and all well
control equipment as required
Operate, maintain and repair the subsea BOP control system, i.e. surface BOP or
multiplex electro-hydraulic control systems
Operate, maintain and test hydraulic connectors. Maintain BOP handling
equipment, testing equipment and wellhead equipment
Operate and service the bridge cranes and related hoisting equipment. Ensure
that the drill string compensator is serviced as required
Ensure that the riser pipe system is serviced and tested as required. Operate and
maintain the diverter system and the running and handling tools
Assist in running/testing the wellhead, casing hangers and seal assemblies.
Operate and maintain wellhead running/retrieval test tools
Ensure that the required riser tensioning pressure is set to comply with the mud
weight in use. Monitor and maintain the riser guideline and pod line tensioners
Maintain accurate daily log sheets relevant to the subsea equipment
Maintain records of BOP and associated equipment tests
Maintain records of inspection and certification of subsea equipment
Ensure that an adequate supply of spares is maintained to fulfill maintenance
requirements and facilitate a safe and efficient operation
Maintain records of ton-miles on wire ropes. Slip and cut according to the agreed
program

Ensure that Supervisor is informed of any issues relating to the subsea equipment
that may affect the safe and efficient running of operations
Ensure that the permit to work system is in place and followed
Liaise with the marine department prior to moving the BOP and marine riser
package in consideration of the rig's stability
Assist in supplying information for maintenance and repair budget
Assist in communicating equipment problems or breakdown with Field Support
group and equipment vendor

Subsea Supervisor
REPORTING:
Reports to the Maintenance Supervisor/Senior Maintenance Supervisor or Senior
Subsea Supervisor
SUPERVISION:
Assistant Subsea Supervisor and Subsea Trainee
LOCATION:
Offshore location
PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent. Work experience and demonstrated


ability of oral and written communication may be substituted in lieu of formal
education
Minimum of one year experience working with a Multiplex system
Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates
Knowledge of all technical calculations required for the subsea operation of
the drilling unit and basic computer skills

BASIC FUNCTION:
Supervise the maintenance and repair of all subsea BOP and riser systems, Multiplex
electro-hydraulic control systems, and all associated surface equipment and systems
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operations/Maintenance:

Maintain the Blow Out Preventer (BOP), Diverter, and associated subsea
equipment in accordance with the Rig Maintenance System (RMS) guidelines
Operate and pressure test the BOP on the surface and on the seabed as
required

Direct the deck and drill crews in the running and recovery of the BOP and
Marine Riser equipment
Direct the assembly, installation, and nippling down of the BOP and all well
control equipment as required
Operate, maintain and repair the subsea BOP control system, i.e. surface BOP
or multiplex electro-hydraulic control systems
Operate, maintain and test hydraulic connectors. Maintain BOP handling
equipment, testing equipment and wellhead equipment
Operate and service the bridge cranes and related hoisting equipment.
Ensure that the drill string compensator is serviced as required
Ensure that the riser pipe system is serviced and tested as required. Operate
and maintain the diverter system and the running and handling tools
Assist in running/testing the wellhead, casing hangers and seal assemblies.
Operate and maintain wellhead running/retrieval test tools
Ensure that the required riser tensioning pressure is set to comply with the
mud weight in use. Monitor and maintain the riser guideline and pod line
tensioners
Maintain accurate daily log sheets relevant to the subsea equipment. Maintain
records of BOP and associated equipment tests
Maintain records of inspection and certification of subsea equipment Ensure that an adequate supply of spares is maintained to fulfill maintenance
requirements and facilitate a safe and efficient operation
Maintain records of ton-miles on wire ropes. Slip and cut according to the
agreed program
Ensure that Supervisor is informed of any issues relating to the subsea
equipment that may affect the safe and efficient running of operations
Ensure that the permit to work system is in place and followed
Liaise with the marine department prior to moving the BOP and marine riser
package in consideration of the rig's stability - Authority II
Assist in supplying information for maintenance and repair budget
Assist in communicating equipment problems or breakdown with Field
Support group and equipment vendor

MASTER
REPORTING:
Reports to the Offshore Installation Manager (OIM)
SUPERVISION:
Supervises the Senior Mate, Chief Mate, Bosun, 2nd Mate, 3rd Mate and Dynamic
Positioning Operators
LOCATION:
Offshore location

PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS:

Valid Unlimited Oceangoing Masters Certificate


Valid Nautical Institute DP Certificate
Knowledge of all technical calculations required for the safe operation of the
drilling unit
Basic computer skills
Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates
GMDSS License
Lifeboatman Certificate

BASIC FUNCTION:

Provide marine support to the industrial operation of the vessel


Exercise authority and discretion to take whatever action is required for the
safety of the crew, vessel and protection of the environment

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


Operations/Maintenance:

Assume the required regulatory responsibility to exercise effective control


and efficient operation of the vessel with due regard for the safety of the crew,
the vessel, its contents and the protection of the environment
Ensure the rig is seaworthy at all times and maintained/operated in
accordance with guidelines in the Company Management System
Supervise the maintenance of deck equipment, fire fighting and life-saving
equipment, lifting equipment, and rigs exterior maintenance
Ensure conformance to local/international laws relating to the rigs operation,
and strictly comply with current pollution regulations
Exercise overall control in maintaining the watertight integrity of the rig,
loading and storage of consumables, securing of supply vessels, safe
operation of helicopters, etc
Ensure materials and equipment loaded onboard are safely stowed, secured
and labeled according to Regulatory requirements
Ensure the rig is maintained within normal safe limits of intact and damage
stability, shear stress and bending moments
Supervise the various stages of rig moves and anchor handling/dynamic
positioning operations between drilling locations and in ports
Partake in the daily operations meeting with the OIM and other rig
department heads
In relation to the rigs trim and stability requirements, communicate with the
Chief Engineer regarding the disposition, loading, ordering and use of fuel,
potable and drill water
Administer rigs continuous surveys and renewal of statutory certificates as
required by Classification Society and statutory regulations

Ensure the rigs navigational equipment is maintained, fully functional, and


that testing and calibration is carried out in accordance with Safety of Life at
Sea (SOLAS) regulations
Meet and greet new personnel arriving on board the vessel during crew
changes to reinforce expectations with the OIM as necessary - Authority I
Maintain the rigs logbook, maintenance reports and other documents as
directed
Capable of performing DP incident investigation
Regularly relieve the DPO as required

CHIEF MATE
REPORTING:
Reports to the Master
SUPERVISION:
Supervises the Bosun, 2nd Mate, 3rd Mate, Senior DPO, Dynamic Position Operators,
Crane Operators and Deck Pushers
LOCATION:
Offshore location
PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent. Work experience and demonstrated


ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal
education.
Valid Unlimited Chief Mate Certificate
Valid Unlimited Nautical Institute DP Certificate
Knowledge of all technical calculations required for the safe operation of
themarine aspect of the rig
Basic computer skills
Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates
Valid GMDSS License
Lifeboatman Certificate

BASIC FUNCTION:

Assist the Master in exercising effective control over the rigs marine
operations with due regard for safety of personnel, maintenance of rig
equipment and protection of the environment

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


Operations/Maintenance:

Ensure conformance to local/international laws relating to the vessels


operation, and strictly comply with current pollution regulation - Authority I
Oversee the maintenance of deck equipment, firefighting and life-saving
equipment, lifting equipment, and vessels exterior maintenance - Authority I
Ensure materials and equipment loaded onboard are safely stowed, secured
and labeled according to Regulatory requirements - Authority I
Ensure that the vessel is seaworthy at all times and maintained/operated in
accordance with guidelines in the Marine Operations Manual - Authority I
Maintaining the watertight integrity of the vessel, loading and storage of
consumables, securing of supply vessels, safe operation of helicopters, etc. Authority II
Ensure that the vessel is maintained within normal safe limits of intact and
damage stability, shear stress and bending moments - Authority II
Assist the Master in ensuring the vessels navigational equipment is
maintained, fully functional, and that testing and calibration is carried out in
accordance with Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) regulations - Authority II
Assist the Master in maintaining the vessels logbook, maintenance reports
and other vessel documents as directed - Authority II
Understudy the Master and deputize when he/she is indisposed - Authority II
Supervise the 2nd Mates activities and perform the duties of a DPO when
required - Authority II
Assist the Master/Senior Mate during rig moves and anchor handling
operations between drilling locations and in ports - Authority II
In relation to the vessels trim and stability requirements, communicate with
the Chief Engineer regarding the disposition, loading, ordering and use of
fuel, potable and drill water. - Authority II
Capable of performing DP incident investigation - Authority II
Capable of planning, executing, and leading DP trials anddrills including
black out recovery - Authority II

DYNAMIC POSITIONING OPERATOR


REPORTING:
Reports to the Senior Dynamic Positioning Operator (DPO) and functionally to the
Chief Mate
SUPERVISION:
None

LOCATION:
Dynamically positioned vessels
PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS:

Valid Unlimited Mate License (required from 1 Jan 2012 onwards) or


Unlicensed*(if hired prior to 1 Jan 2012)
Recommendation by Master/OIM or Rig Manager and supported by recent
performance appraisal
Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates
Knowledge of basic technical calculations required for the safe operation of
the marine aspect of the rig
Basic computer skills
Meet all requirements as listed on the WWTM and the WW Licensing Matrix
including but not limited to the following:
o GMDSS license
o Lifeboatman certificate
o Radar observers certification with ARPA endorsement
o ECDIS training required on vessels with ECDIS equipment installed
o Comprehensive Stability

* DP Operators with a Nautical Institute Certificate prior to 1 January 2012 who do not
hold an Unlimited Mat
BASIC FUNCTION:

Operate the DP system and the VMS (where applicable) under the direct
supervision of a certified DPO.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


Operations/Maintenance:

Operate dynamic positioning equipment under the direction of a certified


DPO
Operate and understand the ballast control system, Power Management
System and fire and gas systems
Maintain the rig in a stable condition and at the correct draft and trim
Assist in the setup of the DP system operational parameters
Ensure that all DP system data are recorded
Advise the Driller and Chief Mate of potential position loss
Assist in performing Preventive Maintenance on DP equipment
Assist with running and maintaining records for hydrophones and subsea
beacons
Make regular use of the onboard simulator, where available

Ensure that there is adequate power and reserves of power for the
maintenance of position and operations; give immediate attention to any
problems
Ensure that all defects and anomalies are reported to the Chief Mate or DPO
and relevant department heads. Maintain records of these and ensure that
they are corrected adequately
Understudy the DPO
Stand navigation watch as authorized by the individual's license
Manage the deck crews, working outside with them as required
Sound ballast and bulk tanks. Assist with loading and sampling of bulk
products as required
Assist Chief Mate and Master with deck operations as required
Operate vessel's radios as required
Operate vessel's radars as required
Perform emergency duties and responsibilities as stated on the Station Bill, DP
Emergency Response Plan and vessel specific Emergency Response Manual
Complete ISM familiarization material
Monitor all DP room alarms including DP system, VMS, Fire & Gas; Prioritize
alarm response as necessary to maintain DP system operability by calling for
technical assistance or additional DP room help
Assist as directed by Chief Mate with rig projects
Control the vessel using manual and joystick controls
Use the Data Logger to optimize DP and Power Plant Operations
Use the Data Logger to detect and mitigate DP and Power Plant problems
Use the Data Logger to backup data
Export Data Logger data to Excel Format
Use radar displays for detection and interpretation of local severe weather
patterns
Know principles and planning of Power Plant operations
Possess a basic understanding of diesel generator controls, operations, and
failure modes
Be familiar with principles of basic closed-loop control system theory
Be familiar with Emergency Response Manual
Be familiar with operation of all software required for the DPO position
Know principles of thrusters performance, failure modes, and operation
Know principles of DP operations
Possess basic knowledge of the practical operation of the DP control system,
including changing between systems and the various modes of operation
Know principles of DP processing of reference systems, wind sensors, VRS,
and other peripheral equipment
Know basic operational theory, calibration methods, and failure modes of
electronic riser and stack angle sensors
Possess a basic understanding of WSOC, drift-off calculations, and riser
analysis
Possess a basic understanding of rig offset test to verify stack heading

Possess a basic understanding of ROV operations


Possess a basic understanding of EDS sequences and BOP operations
Possess a basic understanding of drilling operations and well control
Possess a basic understanding of boat handling
Possess a basic understanding of helicopter operations
Be familiar with basic operational theory and failure modes of
pitch/roll/heave sensors
Be familiar with basic operational theory and failure modes of satellite and
acoustic position reference systems
Possess knowledge of general math, trigonometry, and geometry
Possess a basic knowledge of architecture of distributed automation systems
Possess system-specific knowledge of DP Control System redundancy, alarms
and warnings
Possess system-specific knowledge of Vessel Management System
redundancy, alarms and warnings
Know operational response to all DP alarms (who to call, what to do)
Know operational response to all Vessel Management System alarms (who to
call, what to do)
Know vessel's operations manuals and communications system
Know vessel's FMEA and its implications
Complete training on any other systems relevant to the DP

BARGE SUPERVISOR
REPORTING:
Reports to the Offshore Installation Manager (OIM)
SUPERVISION:
Supervises the Assistant Barge Supervisor, Ballast Control Operator (BCO), Deck
Pusher and Paint Foreman
LOCATION:
Offshore location
PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent. Work experience and demonstrated


ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal
education.
Knowledge of all technical calculations required for the safe operation of the
marine aspect of the drilling unit
Basic computer skills
Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates

Barge Supervisor I

Valid 3rd Mate Unlimited License or Barge Supervisor License


Recommendation by OIM/Rig Manager and supported by recent performance
evaluation

Barge Supervisor II

Valid 2nd Mate Unlimited License or Barge Supervisor License with 1 year
experience
Recommendation by OIM/Rig Manager and supported by recent performance
evaluation

Barge Supervisor III

Valid Chief Mate Unlimited License or Barge Supervisor License with 2 years
experience
Recommendation by OIM/Rig Manager and supported by recent performance
evaluation

Senior Barge Supervisor

Valid Unlimited Master License or Barge Supervisor License with 3 years


experience
Recommendation by OIM/Rig Manager and supported by recent performance
evaluation

BASIC FUNCTION:

Ensure that all marine aspects of the rigs operations are carried out in
accordance to statutory and regulatory controls and guidelines
Supervise the operation of the marine department to ensure the safe and
efficient running of the rig

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


Operations/Maintenance:

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 firefighting


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. Forward copies of
these reports to the shore-base office
Ensure compliance with all Flag State, Classification Society, statutory
regulation, and minimum manning requirements
Coordinate and supervise periodic inspections of the rigs structure,
including hull compartments and critical joints
Assist in the effective management of the Rig Maintenance System (RMS) and
ensure that all records are properly maintained
Supervise the operation and maintenance of pollution control system

DECK PUSHER
REPORTING:
Reports to the Barge Supervisor, Chief Mate or Toolpusher/Tourpusher
SUPERVISION:
Supervises the Crane Operator and Roustabout
LOCATION:
Offshore location
PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent. Work experience and demonstrated


ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal
education
Experience working as a Crane Operator
Knowledge of all technical calculations required for the safe operation of the
drilling unit
Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates

BASIC FUNCTION:

Supervise cranes and deck operations and ensure these operations are
carried out in a safe and efficient manner

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


Operations/Maintenance:

Provide Crane Operator and Roustabouts with relevant instructions for current
and forthcoming operations
Ensure pre-tour meeting is done prior to all non-routine deck operations
Supervise all cranes and deck operations such as running casing, picking up
or laying down tubular, placement of equipment and supplies, etc
Coordinate supply boat traffic, particularly during loading and unloading
materials
Check lifted loads for clearance, obstructions in movement,balance, and
proper attachment
Assist in the operation of bulk system for loading, transfers and general usage
Monitor quantities of expendables such as fuel, potable water, and drill water
Supervise the replacement or installation of mooring lines and bulk fill up
hoses
Supervise the maintenance, inspection and repair of cranes and barge
equipment. Ensure the Preventive Maintenance tasks on the equipment are
completed and recorded
Ensure a clean and organized main deck and pipe deck
Maintain an organized barge equipment store
Operate, maintain, and repair as needed, the rig's fire fighting equipment and
systems
Keep a running inventory of slings and lifting equipment in use. Advise the
Barge Supervisor of shortages or damaged slings
Monitor the weather conditions and rig motions
Record daily activities in official logbook and ensure that proper documents
and licenses are valid and posted as required
Assist the Barge Supervisor during mobilization, demobilization, and rig move
operations
Maintain good communication with Barge Supervisor, Ballast Control
Operator and drill floor
Act as HLO as required and assist with the training of the helideck crew
(where applicable)

CRANE OPERATOR
REPORTING:
Reports to the Barge Supervisor, Deck Pusher, Chief Mate or Toolpusher/Tourpusher
SUPERVISION:
Supervises the Assistant Crane Operator and Roustabout

LOCATION:
Offshore location
PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent. Work experience and demonstrated


ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal
education
Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates

BASIC FUNCTION:

Operate the rigs crane in a safe and efficient manner and in accordance to
Company Policies and Procedures
Regularly perform Preventative Maintenance on cranes and components

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


Operations/Maintenance:

Provide Roustabouts with relevant instructions for current and forthcoming


operations
Partake in pre-tour meeting prior to all non-routine deck operations
Inspect all lifting equipment prior to use, i.e. slings, straps, shackles, wire
ropes, etc
Ensure lifted loads are clear of obstructions, balanced, and properly secured
with tag lines
Operate the crane as required for running casing/riser, picking up or laying
down tubular, placement of equipment and supplies, etc
Operate the crane as required for transferring personnel and materials to and
from supply boats
Act as Helicopter Landing Officer supervising the transit of passengers,
baggage, freight and refueling operations
Notify the supervisor prior to lifting or transferring heavy equipment or
materials that may affect the rigs stability
Assist during rig moves and anchor running and retrieving operations as
directed
Assist with the replacement and installation of mooring lines and bulk fill lines
Perform safety inspection on gauges, indicators, limit switches, cables,
electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic systems in cranes
Carry out Preventive Maintenance tasks on the cranes and components
equipment. Maintain log of all maintenance records
Ensure decks and work area are organized for efficient and safe operation
Assist in keeping a running inventory of slings and lifting equipment in
use. Inform supervisor of shortages or damaged slings
Assist the Subsea department in the running and retrieval of BOPs and
auxiliary equipment

Assist third party service personnel in picking up and moving equipment for
special operations
Maintain good communication with the Roustabouts, Deck Pusher and Barge
Supervisor
Assist to maintain accurate records of all equipment loaded onto and off the
rig

FIRST ASSISTANT ENGINEER


REPORTING:
Reports to the Chief Engineer or Maintenance Supervisor
SUPERVISION:
Supervises the Second Assistant Engineer
LOCATION:
Offshore location
PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent. Work experience and demonstrated


ability of oral and written communication may be substituted in lieu of formal
education
Valid 1st Engineer Unlimited License (Class 1 Motor above 3000kW)
Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates
Knowledge of technical calculations required for safe operation of the drilling
unit and basic computer skills

BASIC FUNCTION:

Supervise the maintenance and repair of mechanical, pneumatic and


hydraulic equipment onboard the vessel
Exercise effective control and efficient operation of the technical and
mechanical aspects of the rig with due regard to personnel safety, the rig, and
protection of the environment

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


Operations/Maintenance:

Coordinate and ensure that all mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic


equipment maintenance and repair is done in a safe and prudent manner
Ensure compliance to Company policies, local and international regulations
relating to the operation of the rig, and current pollution regulations

Monitor the power plants controls and power distribution; ensure that power
is available at all times
Ensure that the permit to work system is in place and followed
Participate in the effective management of the Rig Maintenance System (RMS)
and ensure all records are maintained on a timely basis
Operate, maintain and repair as necessary the engine cooling water system,
lube oil system, and fuel system
Supervise the maintenance and repair of all pumps and valves of the ballast
system, thrusters, associated driven pumps and auxiliary equipment
Liaise with the marine department regarding the loading, ordering and use of
fuel, potable water, and drill water in consideration of the rigs stability
Plan equipment periodic maintenance according to the PMS guidelines and
coordinate that maintenance with Chief Engineer or Maintenance Supervisor
and other department heads
Ensure that reports for repair and maintenance of equipment are accurate and
complete
Carry out classification society surveys as part of continuous survey of
machinery
Assist the Chief Engineer or Maintenance Supervisor to ensure all third-party
equipment is fit for purpose, certified, correctly installed, and maintained
while on the rig
Maintain an adequate supply of spares to fulfill maintenance requirements and
facilitate a safe and efficient operation
Inform the Chief Engineer or Maintenance Supervisor and other department
heads of any technical problems or limitations that may affect the safe
operation of the rig
Implement outstanding recommendations from audits, as issued by Clients,
Regulatory Authorities or rig management
Assist the Chief Engineer or Maintenance Supervisor in supplying information
for maintenance and repair budget
Communicate equipment problems or breakdown information via direct
supervisor to Field Support Group

SECOND ASSISTANT ENGINEER


REPORTING:
Reports to the First Assistant Engineer or Maintenance Supervisor
SUPERVISION:
Supervises the Third Assistant Engineer and Motor Operator
LOCATION:
Offshore location
PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent. Work experience and demonstrated


ability of oral and written communication may be substituted in lieu of formal
education.
Valid 2nd Engineer Unlimited License (Class 2 Motor above 3000kW)
Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates
Knowledge of technical calculations required for mechanical operations and
basic computer skills

BASIC FUNCTION:

Supervise the maintenance and repair of mechanical, pneumatic and


hydraulic equipment onboard the vessel
Exercise effective control and efficient operation of the technical and
mechanical aspects of the rig with due regard to personnel safety, the rig, and
protection of the environment

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


Operations/Maintenance:

Coordinate and ensure that all mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic


equipment maintenance and repair is done in a safe and prudent manner
Ensure conformance to policies, local and international regulations relating to
the operation of the rig, and current pollution regulations
Monitor the power plants controls and power distribution; ensure that power
is available at all times
Ensure that the permit to work system is in place and followed
Participate in the effective management of the Rig Maintenance System (RMS)
and ensure all records are maintained on a timely basis
Operate, maintain and repair as necessary the engine cooling water system,
lube oil system, and fuel system
Supervise the maintenance and repair on all pumps and valves of the ballast
system, thrusters, associated driven pumps and auxiliary equipment
Liaise with the marine department regarding the loading, ordering and use of
fuel, potable water, and drill water in consideration of the rigs stability
Carry out equipment periodic maintenance according to RMS guidelines and
coordinate same with First Engineer
Ensure that reports for repair and maintenance of equipment are accurate and
complete
Carry out classification society surveys as part of continuous survey of
machinery
Assist the First Engineer in ensuring that all third-party equipment is fit for
purpose, certified, correctly installed, and maintained while on the rig
In conjunction with the First Engineer, monitor and control the use and
distribution of consumables/materials; generate requisitions as required
Maintain an adequate supply of spares to fulfill maintenance requirements and
facilitate a safe and efficient operation

Inform the First Engineer of any technical problems or limitations that may
affect the safe operation of the rig
Implement outstanding recommendations from audits, as issued by Clients,
Regulatory Authorities or rig management
Assist the First Engineer in supplying information for maintenance and repair
budget
Assist in communicating equipment problems or breakdown with Field
Support group and equipment vendors

THIRD ASSISTANT ENGINEER


REPORTING:
Reports to the Second Assistant Engineer
SUPERVISION:
Supervises the Motor Operator
LOCATION:
Offshore location
PREREQUISITES / QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent. Work experience and demonstrated


ability of oral and written communications may be substituted in lieu of formal
education.
Valid 3rd Engineer Unlimited License (Class 3 Motor above 3000kW)
Valid medical examination and vaccination certificates
Knowledge of technical calculations required for mechanical operations and
basic computer skills

BASIC FUNCTION:
Assist in maintaining and repairing mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic equipment
onboard the vessel
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operations/Maintenance:

Ensure conformance to Company policies, local and international regulations


relating to the operation of the rig, and current pollution regulations
Perform daily inspections and maintenance on mechanical equipment
Ensure compliance with the Rig Maintenance System (RMS) and ensure all
records are maintained on a timely basis

Carry out periodic maintenance according to RMS guidelines and coordinate


that maintenance with supervisors and other department heads
Ensure that reports for repair and maintenance of equipment are accurate and
complete
Assist with maintenance and repair of power plants, cooling water system,
lube oil system, and fuel system
Assist in troubleshooting and repairing faulty mechanical, pneumatic and
hydraulic drilling equipment and tools
Assist in maintaining marine equipment, i.e. cranes, thrusters, ballast pumps
and valves, auxiliary equipment, etc.
Apply the permit to work and isolation systems as required
Assist in implementing outstanding recommendations from audits, as issued
by Clients, Regulatory Authorities or rig management
In conjunction with the Second Engineer, monitor and control the use and
distribution of consumables/materials; generate requisitions as required
Assist in ensuring that all third-party equipment is fit for purpose, certified,
correctly installed, and maintained while on the rig
Ensure that service, maintenance and other operational reports are accurate
and complete
Inform supervisor and other department heads of any technical problems or
limitations that may affect the safe operation of the rig
Carry out classification society surveys as part of continuous survey of
machinery

CHIEF MECHANIC
Duties :
Comply with all company HSE policies
Responsible for Preventive and Corrective Maintenance on all Topside
Mechanical equipment including but not limited to:
o Top Drive Systems (Including Auxiliaries and attachments)
o Rotary Table equipment
o Drawworks (Including Auxiliary equipments)
o Derrick (Crown Block, Fingerboards, Travelling block, etc.)
o Pipe-handling Systems
o Tubular delivery systems
o Make-up system (Iron Roughneck, Hydraulic Catheads & Bucking
Machine)
o Mud Pumps (Including auxiliaries)
o Hydraulic Power Units
o Mud processing equipment (Shakers, Degassers, agitators, etc.)
o All Drilling process Pumps and auxiliaries
o Air winches and Man riding winches
Coordinate all maintenance with other departments to ensure minimum impact
on operations involving critical equipment.

Manages troubleshooting efforts for drilling tools and systems including


complex hydraulic systems and facilitates repairs down to the lowest
replaceable unit.
Documents equipment historical data for the purpose of reliability analysis and
planning necessary upgrades
Initiates a MAF request when necessary to improve equipment reliability,
operations efficiency or safety concerns
Maintains adequate spare parts for systems in his area of responsibility to
ensure minimal downtime and performs periodic inventory of same.
Review Mechanic department weekly maintenance system entries for
completeness and accuracy.
Reviews Mechanic daily checklist for follow-up actions to any noted
discrepancies
Holds weekly Stop tour with all Mechanical Department Personnel selecting a
different area each week
Supervises the order, cleanliness and housekeeping in his areas of
responsibility.
Keep written hand-over notes to ensure efficient and accurate transfer of
information.
Attend Company training as outlined in the Training Matrix

Chief Electrician
Duties :

Comply with all company policies as outlined


Responsible for Preventive and Corrective Maintenance on all Shipboard
Electrical Equipment to include but not limited to:
o Main and Emergency Generator
o Distribution (High and Low Voltage)
o Variable Frequency Drives (Propulsion and Drilling)
o Electric Motors (All motors including Propulsion Drive Motors)
o HVAC Systems (Electrical Part)
o General Lighting Systems
o Galley and Laundry Systems
Coordinate all maintenance with other departments to ensure minimum impact
on operations involving critical equipment.
Manages troubleshooting efforts of complex electrical systems and facilitates
repairs down to the lowest replaceable unit.
Documents equipment historical data for the purpose of reliability analysis and
planning necessary upgrades.
Initiates a MAF request when necessary to improve equipment reliability,
operations efficiency or safety concerns

Maintains adequate spare parts for systems in his area of responsibility to ensure
minimal downtime and performs periodic inventory of same.
Operates, maintains and keeps calibration certificates current for all electrical
test equipment.
Reviews power one line diagrams to determine proper isolation of equipment for
maintenance purposes and Lock-out tag-out program.
Responsible for maintaining integrity of EX installations in hazardous locations
and conducting periodic inspections of same.
Review electrical department weekly maintenance system entries for
completeness and accuracy.
Reviews Electrical department daily checklist for follow-up actions to any noted
discrepancies.
Maintain all shipboard portable electrical tools and equipment keeping a log of
inventory, color coding and equipment status.
Supervises the order, cleanliness and housekeeping in his areas of
responsibility.
Holds weekly Stop tour with all Electrical Department Personnel selecting a
different area each week.
Keep written hand-over notes to ensure efficient and accurate transfer of
information
Attend Company training

Electronic Technician
BASIC FUNCTION:
Assist with the maintenance, repair and installation all electronic equipment
onboard the rig
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operations/Maintenance:

Carry out daily inspections and maintenance on electronic equipment

Comply with the permit to work system

Carry out periodic maintenance according to the Rig Maintenance System


(RMS) guidelines and coordinate that maintenance with supervisor and other
department heads

Maintain, troubleshoot and repair of all electronic systems including dynamic


positioning, communication, data acquisition, computers and navigational
equipment

Maintain, troubleshoot and repair electronic systems including, but not


limited to, Subsea BOP controls and drilling package instrumentation and
electronics

Assist in carrying out installation, calibration, and modification of electronic


systems and components

Maintain an adequate supply of spares to fulfill maintenance requirements;


inform the Chief Electronic Technician when there is need to reorder

Inform supervisor and other department heads of any technical problems or


limitations that may affect the safe operation of the rig

Ensure that reports for repair and maintenance of equipment are accurate and
complete

Assist in providing information for maintenance and repair budget

Assist with the implementation of the outstanding recommendations from


audits, as issued by Clients, Regulatory Authorities or rig management

Communicate equipment problems or breakdown information via direct


supervisor to Field Support Group

Rig Electrician
BASIC FUNCTION:
Assist the Chief Electrician in the installation, maintenance and repair of all electrical
equipment onboard the vessel
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operations/Maintenance:

Perform daily inspections and maintenance on electrical equipment

Comply with the permit to work and isolation systems

Carry out periodic maintenance according to the Rig Maintenance System (RMS)
guidelines and coordinate that maintenance with supervisor and other
department heads

Maintain, troubleshoot and repair all power generation and distribution


equipment, i.e. generators and engine controls, SCRs, switchgears, transformers,
etc.

Assist with the maintenance and repair of general rig equipment such as HVAC
system, refrigeration plants, communication systems, lighting, etc.

Carry out maintenance and repair on electrical components of drilling


equipment, i.e. Driller's console, DC drilling motors and auxiliaries, Top Drive
System, drawworks, mud pumps, etc.

Carry out maintenance and repair on electrical components of marine


equipment, i.e. thruster motors and auxiliaries, ballast pumps, control panels,
cranes, etc.

Install new equipment as required, with regards to electrical wiring, fixtures and
junction boxes, etc.

Assist in performing and interpreting power calculations, power factor, insulation


tests, and positive relay tests as required

Study and understand electrical schematics as required

Maintain an adequate supply of spares to fulfill maintenance requirements

Inform Chief Electrician when there is need to reorder.

Inform supervisor and other department heads of any technical problems or


limitations that may affect the safe operation of the rig

Assist with the implementation of outstanding recommendations from audits, as


issued by Clients, Regulatory Authorities or rig management

Ensure that reports for repair and maintenance of equipment are accurate and
complete

Assist in supplying information for maintenance and repair budget

Communicate equipment problems or breakdown information via direct


supervisor to Field Support Group

RIG MECHANIC
SUPERVISION:
Supervises the Motor Operator
BASIC FUNCTION:
Assist in maintaining and repairing mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic equipment
onboard the vessel
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Operations/Maintenance:

Carry out mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic installation, maintenance,


and repair in a safe and prudent manner
Perform daily inspections and maintenance on mechanical equipment
Maintain and repair mechanical systems and equipment i.e. prime movers, air
and water system, lubrication and fuel system, etc
Troubleshoot and repair faulty mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic
equipment and tools
Assist in maintaining marine equipment, i.e. cranes, thrusters, ballast pumps
and valves, auxiliary equipment, etc
Identify and respond to abnormal operating conditions and/or patterns of
equipment

Carry out periodic maintenance according to the Rig Maintenance System


(RMS) guidelines and coordinate that maintenance with supervisors and other
department heads
Ensure that requirements concerning regulatory bodies are met in all cases of
equipment repair and installation
Comply with the permit to work and isolation system
Maintain service reports and advise supervisor on condition of equipment and
spare parts requirements
Perform machine work with lathe, drill press, grinding and surfacing
equipment
Install, operate, maintain and repair additional or temporary mechanical
equipment used for special operation
Assist in implementing outstanding recommendations from equipment audits,
as issued by Clients, Regulatory Authorities or rig management
Assist in ensuring that all third-party equipment is fit for purpose, certified,
correctly installed, and maintained while on the rig
Inform supervisor and other department heads of any technical problems or
limitations that may affect the safe operation of the rig
Maintain an adequate supply of spares to fulfill maintenance requirements and
facilitate a safe and efficient operation
Ensure that service, maintenance and other operational reports are accurate
and complete

Safety Officer
Job Description:
QHSE:
Responsible for/ensure:
Compliance with the company Code of Conduct.
Compliance with applicable internal and external governing requirements.
Non-compliances are promptly acted on and reported to the direct supervisor.
The standard for tidiness and cleanness is adhered to.
Assume the safety role as per station bill and emergency preparedness plan.
Good and clear communications with all involved parties.
Daily detailed planning is for all upcoming operations
Participate in:
Meeting activities in a proactive and constructive manner.
Training and competence assessments as assigned and/or required.

Job Specific:
Responsible for/ensure:
All relevant governing documents are adhered to by direct reports.
Promotion of safety awareness on the unit.
That clear daily guidelines are provided to all direct reports.
Safe working practices are understood and carried out by all onboard.
Non-compliances are promptly acted on and reported to the direct supervisor.
Other duties are performed as and when required and/or directed by his/her
direct supervisor.
Participate in:
Or conduct safety introductions and mentoring.
Or conduct safety inspections/audits as per procedures or as directed.
Or conduct investigations as per procedures or as directed.
The planning and execution of safety drills and musters.
Or conduct coaching and follow up all internal training requirements.
Preparation for future operations.
The planning and execution of all HSE activities onboard
Personal skills:
Proactive and safe work attitude
Team attitude
Good communication skills
Commercial awareness and business understanding

Senior Drilling Supervisors


Our Client - An International Oil and Gas Operator are currently looking for Sr
Drilling Supervisors to work on 28/28 rotation for their operations in Offshore
Indonesua. Attractive day rates apply.
Job Description Manage day-to-day drilling operations in accordance with approved company
programs, HSSE policies, standards and systems to fully meet project objectives;
Provide instructions to the drilling contractor and third party service contractors
Manage onboard personnel;
Maintain a constant awareness of well bore conditions and operating constraints
that affect operational safety;
Play a lead role in the well control team
Work with the office drilling team to ensure effective use the marine vessels,
aircrafts, trucks regarding movement of personnel, materials and equipment;
Audit the work performed by the drilling contractor and third party service
contractors
Ensure all drilling and cost control reports required by the Company, Driling
Manager and the regulatory bodies are completed to a professional standard;
Ensure all lessons learned are captured
Manage company HSSE systems on the drilling unit and drilling location;
Ensure that HSE has the highest priority during the entire drilling operation
Candidate Requirements Valid IWCF, HOSIET/BOSIET, medical certificate
Minimum 15 years of drilling experience with at least 10 years as a Drilling
Supervisor
Offshore Jack Up operations experience
HSE-Oriented
Ideally exposure to HPHT or Deepwater Operations

Day Drilling Supervisor


MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:
Guarantee the accomplishment of the drilling and/or completion and/or work-over
operations, in compliance with codes of practice, safety and environmental
protection, all while optimising costs and lead times
Ensure the suitability to operational requirements of personnel, equipment and
services
Aim to improve equipment, services and operational procedures
Participate in the training of junior staff

Ensure competency of crew and personnel safety


MAIN ACTIVITIES:
Review operations programs and supervise the implementation of these
Control the activity of contractors and supervisors
Personally supervise delicate or risky operations
Optimize operations in relation with engineering, geology and reservoir entities
Optimize rig equipment in relation with contractors
Anticipate potential problems and plan alternative strategies
Compose and review operating procedures
Ensure the reliability of technical information
Ensure or control daily and final reporting of wells or of operations
Participate in the production of technical and operational syntheses
Conduct or check costs follow-up
Optimize the activities of service providers and assess their performance
Ensure the respect of safety rules, of the environment and of the frame of reference
Evaluate the competency of the crew
OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Experience of acting as a Company Man/Day Drilling Supervisor on semi-sub rigs,
with appropriate experience of Drilling, completion and work-over operations
Valid certification including IWCF
Experience of managing contractors and able to make informed decisions
1) Drilling preparation:
According to well history and geological prognosis of the block, offset well
information, DSV should analysis, summaries up well history, master overview and
key point in every stage before operation start.
Review drilling design according to their experience and analysis of well history.
Participate in the preparation for spud-in inspection on behalf of Company.
Complete other work arranged by Company.
2) Drilling operation:
DSV should provide technical support and consultancy on well-site for all drilling
operation according to drilling design, from HSE aspect, schedule of drilling
program aspect, cost aspect, quality aspect.
DSV should provide technical support and consultancy on well-site for dealing with
any emergency scenario as complication, accidents or well control problem,
according to Company's instruction.

DSV should prepare, check and submit drilling daily report, phase sum up report
and associated reports.
DSV should provide technical support and consultancy for managing materials and
supplies on well-site of company, and coordinate others.
Submit conclusion of each hole section after 2 weeks operated.
Submit handover record to COMPANY before 2 day shift rotation.
Other work arranged by Company.
3)After drilling operation
Submit conclusion of single well.
Finish complete report.
4)Miscellaneous
Work onboard 12 hours per day with 28 days rotation period.
Daily work time may exceed 12 hours during complications such as fluid loss, fishing
operation or well control issue, etc.; no extra fee will be paid in above situation.

Directional Drillers - Senior, Lead, & Seconds


Scientific Drilling, is a progressive, privately owned Oilfield Service Company that pioneered
Downhole Navigation Systems in 1969, by offering the first commercial Steering Tool (''The
Eye''). Since then the company has developed cutting edge systems for Surveying, Production
Logging and Directional Drilling. Due to our philosophy of self-sufficiency, we are better poised
in up or down markets to ''weather the storm'' of this industry, no matter what course it takes. We
design, build and utilize our own technology, as this allows us the ability to develop purpose
built services that meet the demands of our large customer base.
Scientific Drilling currently has multiple job openings available in Finleyville, PA. The Senior
and Lead DD's must live within 150 miles of the Finleyville shop. Second DD's must live within
100 miles of the Finleyville shop. All candidates should have horizontal well drilling experience
with motors and nudge experience using air only with air hammers.
We are looking for motivated, experienced individuals to fulfill the following roles:
Senior and Lead Directional Driller:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities

The Senior and Lead Directional Driller performs directional drilling services at the well
site without direct supervision. The Senior and Lead DD plans, executes, and manages all

phases of directional drilling jobs of low-to-moderate complexity to deliver quality


service that meets client expectations and SDI standards. Service quality, job preparation,
planning, and job safety are key directives of this job.
Manages own personal development and maintains current competencies described in the
competency section.
Responsible for training, coaching, and mentoring second and trainee DDs.
Meets and maintains all minimum Safety Training requirements.
Lead DD's assists more experienced Senior DDs at the well site until he/she gains the
required experience and proficiency necessary to become a Senior DD.
Lead DD's works on complex directional wells with partial supervision from the Senior
DD or alone on less advanced well types.
Demonstrates advanced knowledge of all DD techniques and all surveying methods used
in the location.
Assists with pre-job planning and equipment preparation.
Performs kick-offs under difficult situations (deep, high angle, and with anti-collision
risks).
Develops skill on intermediate well planning using Well Plan and Compass.
Helps in the preparation of End of Well Reports and final client data delivery.
Assists the DD Coordinator and Senior DD in the preparation of well site reports.
Is able to hold a tour without supervision.

Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Learns quickly and adapts to new problems and situations.


Pursues every job with drive and determination.
Uses logic to solve problems with effective solutions.
Is personally committed to continuous improvement.
Listens and is able to communicate effectively with managers, peers, and clients, both
written and verbally.
Presents self with professional appearance and behavior.

Education, Experience, Certification and Training

WinServ
Surveyor
Online Proficiency Exam
Online Shock and Vibration
Online Torque, Drag & Hydraulics
Required HSE Courses
Mag Comp

Second Directional Driller

The Second Directional Driller or Second DD performs directional drilling services at the
well site with direct supervision. The Second DD works under the direction of the Lead
or Senior DD and assists in all phases of a directional drilling job to deliver quality

service that meets client expectations and SDI standards. Service quality and job safety
are key directives of this job.
Manages own personal development and maintains current competencies described in the
competency section.
Assists in training, coaching, and mentoring DD trainees.
Meets and maintains all minimum Safety Training requirements.
Assists more experienced DDs at the well site until he/she gains the required experience
and proficiency necessary to become a Lead DD.
Works on directional wells with full supervision from the Lead or Senior DD as a night
hand, typically on basic to intermediate well types.
Demonstrates basic knowledge of primary DD techniques and all surveying methods.
Assists with equipment preparation at the rig site.
Performs basic kick-offs under simple situations (shallow, low angle without anticollision risks).
Assists in the generation of daily reports.
Handles data entry and possesses basic skills on Compass.
Can work a tower at night with minimal or no supervision.

Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Learns quickly and adapts to new problems and situations.


Pursues every job with drive and determination.
Uses logic to solve problems with effective solutions.
Is personally committed to continuous improvement.
Listens and is able to communicate effectively with managers, peers, and clients, both
written and verbally.
Presents self with professional appearance and behavior.

Education, Experience, Certification and Training

WinServ
Surveyor
Online Shock and Vibration
Required HSE Courses

Solids Control/Dewatering Technician


Seeking 12 EXPERIENCED solids control technicians. Must have previous solids control
experience on land based rigs. Plant experience is NOT acceptable. The solids control technician
will be responsible for:

Maintaing and operating solids control equipment (shakers, dryers, centrifuges)


Operating heavy equipment (trac hoe, forklift, etc)

Working on a 21/7 rotation


Working at various job sites throughout the United States

In addition, employees must meet the following criteria:

Preferred applicants will live in TEXAS but others will be considered


Minimum of one year of CONTINUOUS solids control AND dewatering experience that
can be verified
Submit to a background check including driving record, criminal record and previous
employment
Able to provide 3 supervisor references with working phone numbers
Submit to pre and random drug screening
Must have own transporation that can be kept with the employee at the rig
Must be flexible in scheduling and location of job sites

Drilling Superintendent
Major Oil and Gas Operator are?currently looking for a Drilling Superintendent working within
their offices located in Aberdeen. This role mainly focuses on?managing their Decommissioning
programme.?You would be a part of a?small multi discipline team planning and executing
multiple subsea production well decommissioning abandonments using semi-sub rig and LWI
vessels. This is a long term 2 years + contract office based position.
Ideally you would have at least 10 years of subsea drilling/well engineering experience.
You will be responsible for :

Developing well abandonment designs


Developing detailed execution programs
Managing 3rd party contractors
Cost estimating/monitoring
Performance reporting
Rig Engineering

Field Engineer - Liner Hanger


Job Scope
Supervise the preparation and installation of Well Construction Product (WCP)
especially liner systems equipment at the rig site to the customer requirements as
well as service and prepare assemblies, document packages in the workshop and
liaise with onshore staff.

Duties & Responsibilities


-Demonstrate through assessment and internal interactions, full understanding of
equipment, systems and functionality
-Liaise with on site rig crew to ensure correct equipment handling during installation
-Install and/or assist in the installation of equipment using proven and established
working practices
-Ensure that all possible preparations have taken place, equipment is fit for use and
all pre-installation checks and/or testing have been carried.
-Ensure that all documentation and/or certification is relative to equipment
-Maintain appropriate contact with customer representatives at sites and ensure
that the necessary parties are continually updated on current job status
-Attend operations meeting to share and update on recent site activities and new
equipment/processes/technical information
-Attend pre-job briefing and debriefing meetings to update on customer
requirements
-Ensure that all documentation required for operational activities are up to date and
maintained
-Perform other duties which may be assigned from time to time
Requirements:
Candidate must possess at least a Diploma in Engineering or equivalent
At least 5 years related working experience in related field
Excellent written and oral communication, both in English and Bahasa Malaysia
Computer literate and familiar with Microsoft Office softwares
Fast learner, results oriented and independent with strong interpersonal skills
Possess strong customer service skills, i.e. listening, follow-through, willingness to
help
Ability to adapt positively to changes in policies, procedures, priorities or work
environments
Good presentation, analytical and problem-solving skills with the ability to resolve
complex issues
Possess excellent project planning and project management skills with the ability
to develop short-term plans/goals
We encourage Malaysian citizens or hold relevant residence status to apply

Completion & Testing Team Leader


Job Description:
The CTTL provides leadership to the completion and testing functions. The CTTL will lead the
Completions teams located in London and Ghana (Accra/Takoradi/On board Drilling Units) to
deliver the required completions and testing programmes in accordance with company Well
Engineering Policies and Procedures, specific policies and procedures applicable to Ghana
operations in the most cost-efficient manner without harm to people and the environment.
General Responsibilities
The CTTL is responsible for the operational, technical, safety, environmental, financial, quality
assurance and administrative aspects of completion and testing strategies and operations.
Overviews all completion and testing operations to ensure compliance with company Oil policies
and statutory regulations.
Support for the completion and testing team in Accra and also liaise with the company Subsurface and Operations groups as required.
Responsible for completion/testing engineering support in Ghana Deepwater (Jubilee Unit Area,
Tano Deep and West Cape Three Points blocks).
Ensures EHS requirements are integral to all aspects of completion, testing and well intervention
activities.
Contribute to delivering operational EHS performance.
Ensures that all completion activities comply with company standards and governmental
regulations.
Provides completions input to team and well engineering delivery objectives as necessary.
Provide input into the specification of completion, well testing and well intervention related
equipment and services in accordance with company procedures.
Ensures that all work within the area of responsibility is adequately documented and lessons
learned are captured for the benefit of future company operations worldwide.
Ensure well material and service providers comply with specified quality assurance
requirements.
Liaise with sub-surface personnel to ensure reservoir requirements are delivered.
Build effective relationships and interact professionally with internal/external stakeholders and

service companies.
Specific Responsibilities
EHS
Ensures EHS is at the highest priority in all elements of programme delivery
Demonstrates and publicises company commitment to EHS to all parties including the offshore
crews by regular offshore visits
Implement and monitor EHS plans for all operations
Operational Support
Ensure well completion & testing objectives are understood by all departmental personnel, and
are delivered.
Provide technical and operational support in completions & testing operations including the
design, execution, and post job analysis as needed.
Maintains continuous familiarity with daily completions & testing operations to ensure full
understanding of issues and operational problems
Ensure KPI's for completions & testing are agreed and understood prior to each well and
performance is monitored and reported against.
Departmental Management
Develop interfacing / communication documentation on "how we work" between the various
teams
Provide completions & testing interface with the company subsurface team in London and
exploration team in Cape Town as required.
Provide completions & testing interface with JV partners.
Provide completions & testing interface with Project Teams
Provide completions & testing input to Operational team in Accra.
Responsible for providing cost reporting against the completions & testing aspects of the Ghana
Jubilee Well Engineering Budget.
Provide input to completions & testing KPI's and performance related topics.

Provide technical input to TCM's, UOC's and other partner / management meetings.
Co-ordinate Peer Review / Project Reviews.
Initiate and co-ordinate technical studies where required.
Provide technical interface with C&P London for completions & testing work.
Provide completions & testing input into any future development work.
Supports the ICWEM in the implementation of the Accra Well Engineering Management
System.
Qualifications
A University degree in an engineering discipline, preferably in mechanical or petroleum
engineering.
Fluent in English both written and spoken.
Interpersonal skills necessary to establish good working relationships with team.
High proficiency with IT and industry software including
WellCat or other Tubing Movement Modelling
Prosper or other Nodal Analysis Software
Drill String Design with emphasis on Torque / Drag Modelling
MS Suite
Valid survival certification
Experience
Extensive experience as a completions engineer with operating companies.
Subsea completions experience within the last five years in water depths greater than 800 metres.
Knowledge and experience in design and running of Cased Hole Frac Packs, Open Hole Gravel
Packs, subsea well testing, and subsea tree / landing string systems.
Work experience in remote locations and knowledge of work environments in West Africa.

Well Testing Operator


Job Description:
SUMMARY:
Under general supervision; maintains and oversees all Well Testing equipment during the rigging
up to ensure they are working properly and safely, and according to the specific requirements of
the customer

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


1. Determine equipment and best method to rig up according to the package selected by the
customer.
2. With the assistance of other operators unloads and assembles the equipment to be used, sets up
the service unit, and initiates the rig up.
3. Provides training, guidance, and leadership in the operation of well testing equipment,
to less experienced personnel.
4. Works on-call 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, except for regularly scheduled days-off
period. To be available on short notice for performing work duties.
5. Will be familiar with correct SOP & QA/QC procedures, and perform basic routine equipment
maintenance in preparation for next job.
6. Required to pull travel trailers to job site according to local regulations.
7. Performs routing readings of equipment during rigging up to ensure equipment is performing
according to customer's requirements while maintaining a safe operation at all times.
8. When needed, assist with maintenance, painting, grinding, calibrating, and any other
equipment/facility needs. Will utilize maintenance forms to ensure all work is completed
properly or tagged for out of service if required.
9. Observes safe working practices, safety rules and regulations. Complies with Company safety
policies and procedures. Initiates Job Safety Analysis procedures prior to the rig up and for
Safety Meetings as well as tail gate meetings. Corrects obvious hazards immediately or reports
to Product Line Supervisor if not immediately correctable.
10. Attends in-house and/or outside training seminars to acquire basic knowledge of Company
safety programs and policies.
11. Acts to develop TETRA services in becoming a "Best-in-Class" service provider by working
to ensure seamless operations as viewed by the customer.
12. Promotes Company Image by ensuring facilities and vehicles are clean and well
maintained. Personal appearance will also be clean and uniforms/PPE will be clean and will
only have company approved signs on them
13. Performs other duties as assigned.
REQUISITES:
1. Education: High School Diploma or general education degree (GED) and two to three years
of job related experienced; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

2. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance
manuals, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to
speak and effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers
and other employees of the organization.
3. Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers,
common fractions and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio and percent to draw and interpret
bar graphs. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry.
4. Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written,
oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with and solve practical problems and deal with a variety
of concrete variables in standardized situations.
5. Pass the required physical examination and drug screen as well as a Motor Vehicle Record
check. Certain locations may require possession of a valid Commercial Driver's License with
Hazardous Material and Air Brake endorsements. Fork Life Operator License may also be
required.

Stabber
One of the largest oilfield services companies, Weatherford operates in more than
100 countries and employs more than 50,000 people worldwide. With a product and
service portfolio that spans the life cycle of a well- drilling, evaluation, completion,
production and intervention- and a robust research and development effort, we are
well positioned to meet the ever-evolving needs of the oil and gas industry.
JOB SCOPE
Safely achieve vertical alignment on tubular joints and all work necessary to
accomplish such tasks from rig derrick.
DUTIES
* Prepare accurate tickets, job reports, time sheets, and other administrative forms.
* Independently operate and perform basic troubleshooting and minor repair of
tubular service equipment.
* Assist in developing job action planning with customer on location.
* Verify all necessary equipment and supplies are on location and in proper working
condition.
* Conduct pre-job safety meeting.
* May serve as well site representative when required
* Rig up and rig down power tongs and power units.
* Handle all tools and equipment needed in rig derrick.
* Align and stab tubulars in conjunction with tong operator and driller.
* Latch and unlatch elevators and pick up line.
* Assist in duties required with ongoing casing/tubular operations.
* Visually inspect stabbing equipment and tools before, during, and after job to
ensure safe working conditions.
* Available on a 24 hour basis to respond to customer needs.

* Work assignments carried out to the highest quality level.


* Perform various other duties and activities as assigned by supervisor within the
physical constraints of the job.
QUALIFICATIONS
* 3+ years experience in related field
* General knowledge of casing/tubing operations
* Strong communication skills
* Should be able to work closely with fellow employees
* Mechanical aptitude
* The physical ability to immediately respond to emergency situations