Careers

Able Seaman

  1.  Academic qualifications required: Deck Rating (Reg II/4) of SCTW 2010 
  2. Professional knowledge & training required: As per STCW 2010
  3. Minimum  skills required:  Safety Knowledge of Anchor Handling, Towage of Rig  & Barge Move;  Maintenance of ship's Main deck, accommodation,  superstructure forecastle deck etc. 
  4. Experience: At least 1 year experience on board in any capacity. 

Oiler

  1. Academic qualifications required: Engine Rating (Reg III/4) of SCTW 2010
  2. Professional knowledge & training required: As per STCW 2010
  3. Minimum skills required: Safety and machinery  knowledge
  4. Experience: At least 1 year experience on board in any capacity

Chief Engineer

  1. Academic qualifications required: Engine Officer (Reg III/2) of SCTW 2010
  2. Professional knowledge & training required: As per STCW 2010
  3. Minimum skills required: Maintenance of different machinery & equipment. ; Efficient in Defect Identification and Defect rectification.
  4. Experience: Two years experience in oilfields as Chief Engineer.

Chief Officer

  1. Academic qualifications required:  Deck Officer as per Reg II/2 of STCW 2010
  2. Professional knowledge & training required: As per STCW 2010
  3. Minimum skills required:   AH/Towing/Rig Move/Tanker Lifting /Supply.  
  4. Experience:  One year experience in the oil field on relevant vessel as Chief Officer.   

Captain

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Port Engineer

  1. To provide technical solutions to present engineering challenges on the vessels assigned to him, keeping in mind on its conformity
  2. Onshore monitoring and tracking of vessels in ship survey status, compliance to Flag State and Port State Control.
  3. Provide competency assessment of Engine Officers as per QSMS Procedures.
  4. Oversee the management of RSOS onshore workshop facilities at Tanajib.
  5. Manage and maintain sufficient and up to date critical spares stock at Warehouse in relation to the logistical lead time for procurement and delivery.
  6. Liaise with vessel to ensure the timely delivery of critical spares so as not to impede on vessel performance.
  7. To provide accurate technical assessment report and conduct sea-trial at Shipyards for new-builds in a foreign country.
  8. Work closely in collaboration with Port Captain, Port Safety Officer and Onshore Technical Manager to ensure that vessel PMS tracking is up to date.

Communications and Working Relationships

Port Captain

  1. To ensure that the company QSMS is carried out on board in accordance to the ISM and ISPS code
  2. Ensure all vessel trading certificates is up to date and compliance to Flag state and Port State Control
  3. Provide competency assessment of all deck officers as per QSMS procedures
  4. Attend and coordinate with clients on the daily progress report of vessels in field operation
  5. To provide operational support to Deck Officers and monitor Deck officers competency in Navigational requirements and Saudi Aramco marine instructions
  6. Responsible for ensuring that the vessel Time Sheet is accurate and timely submitting to RSOS for processing
  7. Ensure that every onboard are working in accordance to Company safety procedures and job description
  8. Coordinate on the timely arrival of all vessels at Tanajib with regards to Cargo and vessel provision and spares operation
  9. Follow up with crew personnel in cooperation with the crew department so as to ensure that they are meeting with the Safety and Environmental Standards required by any specific party (MLC, Flag State,  Class Society, Owners, Clients, OIM, etc)
  10. To provide technical solutions to present engineering challenges on the vessels assigned to him, keeping in mind on its conformity
  11. Onshore monitoring and tracking of vessels in ship survey status, compliance to Flag State and Port State Control
  12. Work in collaboration with Port Engineer, Port Safety Officer and Shore Based Technical Manager to maintain sufficient and up to date critical spares (including LSA/FFA) stock at warehouse in relation to the logistical lead time for procurement and delivery as well as ensure that critical spares do not impede on vessel performance
  13. Ensure that any deficiencies that arise to be immediately rectifies and reported to clients
  14. Provide accurate capability assessment report and conduct sea trial at Shipyards for new builds in a foreign country
  15. Responsible for all vessel certificates to be current and up to date as necessary
  16. Ensure that all operational information is forward to the vessel and adhered to
  17. Ensure that manuals and spare lists shall be kept both onboard and ashore
  18. Provide training for master and chief mates in operational areas and requirements prior to their undergoing a practical and theoretical competency check
  19. Participate in and issue written reports/statements of inspections, investigation and similar activities when required
  20. Perform all necessary activities to enhance efficient and safe operation of the vessel

Safety Officer

  1. Monitor offshore contractor to ensure that project safety, health and environmental requirements are met.
  2. Participate in Offshore contractor planning meetings, risk assessments, toolbox talks, safety meetings, etc.
  3. Maintain good relationships with Offshore contractor management and personnel. Where necessary intervene to stop work where appropriate SHE standards are not met.
  4. Liaise with Other disciplines to improve effectiveness of the overall Team.
  5. Participate in any incident investigations, site audits or safety committees with follow up and close out of recommendations
  6. Ensure timely reporting of incidents and close out of audit actions and incident recommendations