February 28, 2017
Upstream Solutions Inc. (USI) is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Dive Lead located Offshore.
PROJECT REPORTS TO: Vessel Lead or Operations Area Lead
FUNCTIONALLY REPORTS TO: Diving Critical Activity Specialist
OVERSEES: Diving Contractor
- Serve as primary interface with Installation Contractor/Diving Sub-Contractor on matters related to diving scope of work.
- Monitor the diving contractor to ensure diving operations are conducted safely and appropriately in compliance with Company standards and contractual agreement.
- Provide diving technical support to the installation team.
TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Become familiar with relevant Company practices and diving standard references.
- Monitor contractor performance and ensure specifications / approved procedures are followed.
- Attends vessel safety meetings and tool box talks to ensure there is a clear understanding of the activities that are to be performed.
- Communicate relevant information with the Project Diving Safety Specialist
- Relay all relevant Safety Alerts with the Contractor and the Dive Team.
- Conduct diving plant and equipment assessments, ensuring contractor performs maintenance and testing
- Ensures that any issues raised during the HAZID/HIRA process or safety meetings are closed out with acceptable mitigations prior to the start of the work.
- Review dive team personnel certifications and qualifications are compliant with Company standard.
- Work closely with the Company and Contractor vessel teams to ensure diving and related marine activity is properly planned and executed according to Company approved instructions.
- Acts as the focal point between the operator and the contractor particularly for SIMOPS and PTW.
- Fulfills the relevant role in the management of change process.
- Performs periodic observations of operational areas to check on progress, safety and housekeeping.
- Participates in the development of all SIMOPs documents to ensure that all parties have a clear understanding of diving activities and their impact on adjacent work activities.
- Maintain a detailed log covering the project activities offshore with reference to any specific messages, e-mails or telephone conversations.
- Monitors the contractor to ensure compliance with diving legislation, Company standards and best industry practice.
- Monitor certain diving activities such as supervisor/diver communications, diver video monitoring, ROV/Diver SIMOPS, diver/crane operations, bell deployment/recovery, diving suitability to environmental conditions and vessel movement.
- Monitor the dive team for competence, knowledge and skill proficiency.
- Review of Contractor's diving logs and daily reports.
- Ensure contractor follows established emergency response plans. Fulfill the Company worksite representative role in emergency response.
- Ensure incident and investigation reporting is followed as laid out in the Company’s SSH&E plan.
- Ensure the Contractor completes project close out reporting
- Develop ‘lessons learned’ on project completion and provide to the Company project team.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
- Have a minimum of 10 years of experience in offshore saturation diving and 5 years of dive supervision in support of the oil and gas industry.
- Have current or previously held a Bell Diving Supervisor certification from the International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) or Diver Certification Board of Canada (DCBC). .
- Experience performing Diving System Assurance Audits to the IMCA D 023 and 024 standards. Complete a Diving System Assurance Training Course
- Sound knowledge of IMCA and CSA-Z275 diving standards, and diving regulations in offshore Canada
- Five years minimum experience in diving operations from a dynamic position (DP) vessel. Complete a Dynamic Position Familiarization Course accredited by the Nautical Institute.
- Working experience in sub-sea installation of pipeline spools, flange make-up, bolt tensioning
- Knowledge and experience with Work Class ROVs on construction projects
- Two years minimum experience in offshore construction management working as a project superintendent or manager.
- Sound knowledge of sub-sea tooling, installation and repair techniques.
- Have training in HSE practices and have a NEBOSH General Industry certification, or equivalent.
- Attended a Diving Worksite Representative training course accredited by a member of the Association of Oil and Gas Producers (IOGP)
- Have a current Basic Offshore Survival Induction and Emergency Training (BOSIET) certificate
- Have a current Company approved offshore medical
- Proficiency in report and procedure writing.
- Proficiency with computer use with Microsoft Word, Excel and common E-mail systems
- Speak fluent English
Qualified candidates can apply for this role by either clicking on the Apply Now button below or forwarding their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting the job title in the subject field.