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Onstream Group – With more than three decades of global industry experience, the company is now structured as a group of business units, each with its own specialisations.

Through these units, the Group can provide tailored services to address the needs of our clients worldwide in the most effective and competitive manner.

Our client, Total Upstream Nigeria Limited, is recruiting to fill the positions below:

Job Title:  UFR Offshore Company Representative
Job description
The SERVICE holder is UFR Contractor’s focal point for day to day activity onboard the installation vessel.
In a narrow coordination with the UFR Installation team based in Lagos, the SERVICE holder shall:
– Supervise that the agreed procedures are respected during all the offshore presence of the installation vessel on EGINA site, mainly for the following activities performed onboard the vessel by UFR Contractor:
o Supply / Barge activities alongside or at close vicinity of the vessel
o Transfer of equipment onboard the vessel
o Deck operations
o Lifting, overboarding, lowering and landing of subsea structures
o Subsea ROV works
– Ensure that any modification of the agreed procedure is covered by the Management Of Change agreed process
– Sign in due time and when satisfactory preparation level has been achieved each specific Ready For Installation certificate.
– Communicate with onshore support to:
o Plan the coming operations
o Mobilise offshore relevant personnel from other packages (i.e. SPS & Umbilical Contractor Personnel)
– Communicate, in accordance with the defined project procedures, with COMPANY Representative acting onboard other vessel(s) working at Site in case of co-activities or SIMOPS activities.
– Ensure, when relevant, the interface onboard the vessel between MWS Representative and URF Contractor and ensure, in accordance with MWS agreed scope, that relevant MWS certificate has been issued.
– Ensure that ICAPS are filled, signed and transferred to URF Contractor’s ICAPS Coordinator
– Ensure recording of daily report activities on board and approves the daily report issued by CONTRACTOR. This reporting shall include activities on board the vessel but also any other activities interfacing with his own activities.
The SERVICE holder will lead the COMPANY supervision team onboard the vessel.

Job Requirements

  • – Sound background in Oil and Gas installations, marine operations and offshore construction.
  • – Minimum 10 years experience in Design and Installation of Subsea / Deepwater Steel Structures or previous exposure to UFR EPCI projects.
  • – Good knowledge of international structural design codes / standards and TOTAL general specifications.
  • – Good organizational skills
  • – Experience in leadership and team management
  • – Fluent in English (verbal and written).
  • – BOSIET certificate

Interested and qualified candidates should Click Here to Apply for this Position

Job Title:  UFR Offshore NDT Supervisor
Job description
The holder of this position shall provide a valuable technical expertise in non destructive testing of steel structures and pipelines, he will be fully conversant with MPI, Dye-penetration, AUT, manual UT and Radiography techniques applied in the control of pipelines and structures welds. During the offshore installation phase, he will be working in a shift in order to ensure 100% coverage of inspection on the laybarge working 24hrs per day.

Activities
The UFR Offshore NDT supervisor is responsible for all Offshore NDT activities during his shift and is directly accountable for the correct interpretation of all AUT and other NDT activities.

NDT Activities
As the specialist in pipeline/structural Non Destructive Testing, on board the UFR CTR flowlines laying vessel the NDE Interpreter shall:

  • Make sure the weld preparation and fit-up are acceptable as per specifications;
  • Make sure the welds and their non destructive testing are duly identified;
  • Ensure that NDE equipment and procedure on use onboard are in accordance with the project specifications;
  • Ensure all pipeline welds AUT or X-rayed during his shift are duly interpreted by the NDE agents of CONTRACTOR;
  • Supervise NDE processing and make sure it is done according to good workmanship;
  • Witness all the NDE done during his shift, make his own interpretation of the results and agree with the NDE;
  • CONTRACTOR about the status to be given to the welds. In the absence of TPA onboard the vessel, the NDE Supervisor will act as the highest technical authority on board to validate NDE interpretation;
  • Inform the COMPANY Main Representative about all shortcomings, problems and/or major defects detected in the fabrication;
  • Ensure that the traceability of NDE results is well maintained onboard through appropriate QC records. Collect the inspection reports carried out during its shift and file them properly on board available for the CY main representative;
  • Liaise with UFR welding specialist when required.

During the mobilisation phase, he shall be able to judge the capability and skillfulness of welders in order to support the following:

  • Inspection and expertise of any NDE carried out on installation aids or auxiliary fabrications as per specifications;
  • Evaluation of the NDE to be carried out on auxiliary fabrications if they are not specified in the NDE manual;
  • Assessment of welders;
  • Collection and verification of welders certificates;
  • Follow-up of welders.

HSE

  • Safety is the core value of the COMPANY’S Group and shall be the first and foremost priority for all COMPANY offshore personnel. The NDT Supervisor shall demonstrate exemplary HSE behavior and ensure that all acts under his supervision are conducted in a safe manner according to the COMPANY’S Golden Rules, CONTRACTOR HSE rules and all international and local regulations. In particular the NDT Supervisor shall:
  • Report safety improvements, anomalies and incidents according the HSE management system on board the vessel;
  • Stop immediately all unsafe acts by COMPANY, CONTRACTOR or third party personnel;
  • Be a safety leader for all CONTRACTOR and subcontractor staff in his domain of supervision;
  • Not engage in any unsafe acts.

Accountabilities

  • The Offshore FJC supervisor is accountable to for:
  • The correct execution and interpretation of all NDT activities on board

Job Requirements

  • Previous offshore AUT experience on board J-Lay a pipe laying vessel;
  • AUT and X-ray radiography interpretation qualification up to date;
  • Certified UT inspector: Level 2 (3rd party) as per ISO 9712 or, Level 3 as per ISO 9712;
  • Fully conversant with DNV OS-F101 / API 11-4 welding code as well as GS EP PLR 420/421 and 430;
  • Having a solid experience in AUT and film reading for offshore pipeline;
  • Fluent in English (verbal and written);
  • BOSIET certificate;
  • 28 day rotation (4 x 4).

Interested and qualified candidates should Click Here to Apply for this Position

Job Title: Fluids Superintendent (Nigeria)
Location:
Lagos
Job Description

  • Define the adequate resources and equipments to guarantee fluids, cement, waste management operations
  • Ensure vendors compliance with contractual obligations in the execution of services and propose potential optimization
  • Ensure the follow up of operations related to fluids, cement, waste management, and logistic and anticipate needs
  • Guarantee that adequate supervision is maintained on site
  • Contribute in process of evaluating and optimizing the activities of service contractors
  • Assess Site Engineers performances
  • Ensure correct invoicing, cost evaluation and update accordingly invoice database
  • Ensure good and safe service delivery by vendors and correct reporting
  • Manage daily operational drilling fluids, cement, waste management operations
  • Prepare the programs for fluids, cements and treatment of discharge produced by to drilling / well operations; write up operating procedures
  • Conduct technical and operational syntheses
  • Ensure the follow-up of the fluid operations, cement and treatment of discharge
  • Conduct performance improvement studies
  • Optimize the activities of information providers and assess their performance
  • Anticipate needs and organise provisioning

Context and Environment




  • Tough Environmental discharge requirements, regulated by DPR (as summarized in the EGASPIN) and FMENV.
  • The promotion of Local Content Participation by harnessing first class human resources, products and services in the support
  • of the fluids related services, in line with the Nigerian Content Policy of the government and company.
  • Workload, a function of rig count may require great capacity to multi task and coordinate logistics in an environment fraught
  • with lots of teething problems to grapple with.
  • Increased supervision requirements due to working with new contractors with very little experience on the job.

Accountabilities

  • Preparation of day to day operations, programs and procedures and cost follow up.
  • Fluids Superintendents is directly responsible for the daily operational activities and logistics of their various operations
  • (different rigs), to ensure continuity. Logistical guidelines and procedures drawn up and to be adhered to by company logistical support operatives and service vendors.

Job Requirements
Qualifications / Experience Required:

  • Initial formal education: A degree in the Sciences or Engineering.
  • Professional experience: Minimum of 8 years Drilling Fluids experience & cogent Cementing experience.

Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply for this Position

Job Title: UFR Offshore NDT Supervisor (Local)
Location:
Port Harcourt, Rivers
Job Description
Activities:

  • The UFR Offshore NDT supervisor is responsible for all Offshore NDT activities during his shift and is directly accountable for the correct interpretation of all AUT and other NDT activities.

NDT Activities
As the specialist in pipeline/structural Non Destructive Testing, on board the UFR CTR flowlines laying vessel the NDE Interpretor shall:

  • Make sure the weld preparation and fit-up are acceptable as per specifications.
  • Make sure the welds and their non destructive testing are duly identified.
  • Ensure that NDE equipment and procedure on use onboard are in accordance with the project specifications.
  • Ensure all pipeline welds AUT or X-rayed during his shift are duly interpreted by the NDE agents of CONTRACTOR.
  • Supervise NDE processing and make sure it is done according to good workmanship.
  • Witness all the NDE done during his shift, make his own interpretation of the results and agree with the NDE CONTRACTOR about the status to be given to the welds. In the absence of TPA onboard the vessel, the NDE Supervisor will act as the highest technical authority on board to validate NDE interpretation.
  • Inform the COMPANY Main Representative about all shortcomings, problems and/or major defects detected in the fabrication.
  • Ensure that the traceability of NDE results is well maintained onboard through appropriate QC records. Collect the inspection reports carried out during its shift and file them properly on board available for the CY main representative.
  • Liaise with UFR welding specialist when required

During the mobilisation phase, he shall be able to judge the capability and skilfulness of welders in order to support the following:

  • Inspection and expertise of any NDE carried out on installation aids or auxiliary fabrications as per specifications.
  • Evaluation of the NDE to be carried out on auxiliary fabrications if they are not specified in the NDE manual.
  • Assessment of welders
  • Collection and verification of welders certificates
  • Follow-up of welders

 HSE:

  • Safety is the core value of the Total Group and shall be the first and foremost priority for all COMPANY offshore personnel.
  • The NDT Supervisor shall demonstrate exemplary HSE behavior and ensure that all acts under his supervision are conducted in a safe manner according to the Total Golden Rules, CONTRACTOR HSE rules and all international and local regulations. In particular the NDT Supervisor shall:
    • Report safety improvements, anomalies and incidents according the HSE management system on board the vessel
    • Stop immediately all unsafe acts by COMPANY, CONTRACTOR or third party personnel
    • Be a safety leader for all CONTRACTOR and subcontractor staff in his domain of supervision
    • Not engage in any unsafe acts

Accountabilities
The Offshore FJC supervisor is accountable to for:

  • The correct execution and interpretation of all NDT activities on board

Job Requirements

  • Previous offshore AUT experience on board J-Lay a pipe laying vessel
  • AUT and X-ray radiography interpretation qualification up to date

Certified UT inspector:

  • Level 2 (3rd party) as per ISO 9712 or, Level 3 as per ISO 9712
  • Fully conversant with DNV OS-F101 / API 11-4 welding code as well as GS EP PLR 420/421 and 430
  • Having a solid experience in AUT and film reading for offshore pipeline
  • Fluent in English (verbal and written).
  • BOSIET certificate

Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply for this Position

Job Title: UFR Offshore Company Representative (Local)
Location:
Port Harcourt, Rivers
Job Description
Activities:

  • The COMPANY rep is designated Responsible for Safety and Environment on Site delegate (RSES -D) and is directly accountable for the safe execution of the offshore works.

Installation Activities
The SERVICE holder is UFR Contractor’s focal point for day to day activity onboard the installation vessel.
In a narrow coordination with the UFR Installation team based in Lagos, the SERVICE holder shall:

  • Supervise that the agreed procedures are respected during all the offshore presence of the installation vessel on EGINA site, mainly for the following activities performed onboard the vessel by URF Contractor:
  • Supply / Barge activities alongside or at close vicinity of the vessel
  • Transfer of equipment onboard the vessel
  • Deck operations
  • Lifting, overboarding, lowering and landing of subsea structures
  • Subsea ROV works:
    • Ensure that any modification of the agreed procedure is covered by the Management Of Change agreed process
    • Sign in due time and when satisfactory preparation level has been achieved each specific Ready for Installation certificate.
    • Communicate with onshore support to:
    • Plan the coming operations
    • Mobilise offshore relevant personnel from other packages (i.e. SPS & Umbilical Contractor Personnel)
    • Communicate, in accordance with the defined project procedures, with COMPANY Representative acting onboard other vessel(s) working at Site in case of co-activities or SIMOPS activities.
    • Ensure, when relevant, the interface onboard the vessel between MWS Representative and URF Contractor and ensure, in accordance with MWS agreed scope, that relevant MWS certificate has been issued.
    • Ensure that ICAPS are filled, signed and transferred to URF Contractor’s ICAPS Coordinator
    • Ensure recording of daily report activities on board and approves the daily report issued by CONTRACTOR. This reporting shall include activities on board the vessel but also any other activities interfacing with his own activities.
    • The SERVICE holder will lead the COMPANY supervision team onboard the vessel.

HSE:

  • The SERVICE holder is responsible, onboard the installation vessel, to ensure that COMPANY HSE standards are applied throughout the operations and participates to hazard assessments for any activity involving the vessel.
  • The company rep shall lead the offshore team and shall demonstrate exemplary HSE behavior to en ensure all works on the vessel shall be conducted in a safe manner according to the Total Golden Rules, CONTRACTOR HSE rules and international and local regulations.
  • He is the COMPANY’s focal point in case of an emergency onboard the vessel and ensures proper implementation of the emergency response procedures.

In particular the UFR OFFSHORE COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE shall:

  • Regularly call meetings to remind and motivate the COMPANY and CONTRACTOR offshore team of the HSE principles
  • Ensure all meetings start with a Safety Moment
  • Ensure all offshore works are risk assed
  • Ensure that toolbox talks are conducted at the start of each shift and Total Golden Rules are enforced for each operation
  • Stop all unsafe acts onboard the vessel and enforce the authority of all his team members to stop unsafe acts
  • Report improvement, anomalies and incidents according to the HSE management system on board the vessel and to the UFR HSE Manager according to the project procedures
  • Not engage in any unsafe acts

Accountabilities
The COMPANY rep is designated Responsible for Safety and Environment on Site delegate (RSES-D).
The COMPANY rep is directly accountable for:

  • The safe and timely execution of the offshore works on board his vessel or the site where his vessel is working.
  • Ensuring a smooth and efficient interface when his other actors of the offshore site under full control of the site RSES.
  • Reporting immediately to the onshore organisation any issue requiring ad’hoc support from this onshore team.

Job Requirements

  • Sound background in Oil and Gas installations, marine operations and offshore construction.
  • Minimum 10 years experience in Design and Installation of Subsea / Deepwater Steel Structures or previous exposure to UFR EPCI projects.
  • Good knowledge of international structural design codes / standards and TOTAL general specifications.
  • Good organizational skills
  • Experience in leadership and team management
  • Fluent in English (verbal and written).
  • BOSIET certificate.

Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply for this Position

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