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Offshore Construction Shift Supervisor

Location:
Europe
Sector:
Oil & Gas
Job Type:
Contract
Salary:
negotiable
Reference:
074929.1

Role

Offshore Construction Shift Supervisor
Contract
China

We are currently recruiting for an Offshore Construction Shift Supervisor role on a Contract basis in China.

Person specification:
• In-depth understanding of deep-water mooring installations
• Knowledge of handling key mooring components such as chain, wire rope, PE rope, subsea mooring connector (Ballgrab, H-link), driven pile, suction pile, subsea hammer spread at both onshore/offshore locations.
• Prior experience of installation of suctions piles and deep-water driven piles using the deep-water hammer spread.
• Prior experience of pre-lay of mooring lines consisting of spiral strands, chains and polyester
• Reflective leadership qualities leading the offshore team successfully completing the offshore campaigns.
• Familiar with offshore progress reporting to the onshore management team.
• Minimum 15 years’ experience in the execution of deep-water moorings installation in the offshore mooring system business sector.
• Past Experience as an OCM conducting at least four deep-water mooring system installations with water depth of 400m and 1000m
• AHTS and heavy lift vessel experience is a must.
• Familiar with Management of Change during offshore ops.


At First Recruitment we understand just how important it is to secure the right people. That's why our consultants always take the time to understand requirements in detail and offer sound advice to both clients and candidates.

This is a superb opportunity for anyone looking to work for a reputable organisation.

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