Electrical & Instrumentation Systems Maintenance
Manage day-to-day maintenance of the offshore electrical and instrumentation systems, provision of technical advice and assistance, in line with maintenance and operational planning, to guarantee that offshore E&I systems are fit for purpose and operates in a safe manner.
Budget Preparation and Control
Prepare and manage the budget for the specific area of expertise, supporting the Maintenance Superintendent in the annual budget cycle. Monitor, analyse and report on expenditure against budget and report variance against budget in order to give management insight and support decision-making.
Manage the maintenance planning for preventive and remedial offshore E&I systems. Ensure prioritization of planned and unplanned activities, requisition and scheduling of vendors and materials in cooperation with the team, and scheduling of personnel according to capacity, to ensure an efficient time schedule and execution of work. Agree planning with Maintenance Superintendent, in accordance with the overall maintenance planning and budget, for integration in overall planning and handover to OIM.
Technical Maintenance Standards
Implement best practice maintenance procedures and techniques and set technical standards of own area of expertise, in conjunction with Maintenance Superintendent. Monitor implementation, ensure compliance, so that mechanical personnel can work according to consistent standards, in line with relevant industry norms and standards as well as government rules and regulations, including HSEQ. Keep abreast of developments on E&I maintenance techniques and methods and share these within E&I maintenance team. Update operations manuals and communicate updates as required.
Ensures that regulatory inspections are conducted as required, prompted by MMS schedules, regulations, or HSEQ policies. Assurance of the inspection work done by third-party contractors. Ensure that inspection records are complete and filed internally for ease of retrieval when necessary and with relevant regulatory bodies.