You must be able to plan and organise your work, be self-motivated and a good communicator. More importantly, you must have a strong and in-depth technical expertise, and experience in lifting, and transport analyses, seafastening design, and towing analysis.
- Oversee structural decommissioning support contractors’ performance, scope, quality of service and value for money.
- Set design briefs, work scopes and reviews of detailed engineering (lifting analysis, global temporary in-place analysis, motion & transport analysis, seafastening design, towing, and anchoring analysis)
- Heavy Lift and Disposal Operations Management
- Participate in HIRAs and dismantling/marine operation kick-off meetings.
- Assist with marine warranty services scopes and operation, including; review of removal procedures, technical review notes (TRNs), vessels suitability surveys coordination, offshore operations supervision, etc.
This role is typically for an Engineer from a Structural Engineering, Naval Architecture, or Marine Engineering background with heavy lifting, and marine experience, expertise, and qualification; particularly from an Oil & Gas, Transport & Installation, or EPC company.
- The minimum requirement for this position is a Degree (BSc or BEng) in Civil/Structural/Mechanical/Marine Engineering or Naval Architecture, with at least 5 years’ experience working as a structural engineer in the Oil & Gas, renewables, transport and installation, heavy lift or marine engineering sector.
- Chartered Engineer status or working towards professional membership of an appropriate institute (IMarEST, RINA, ICE, and IStructE) would be advantageous.
- Ideally proven experience as a Structural Engineer dealing with structural integrity, and decommissioning of mature offshore fixed platforms together with a good understanding in the application of DNVGL-ST-N001, DNVGL-OS-C101, BS EN 1993, GL IV-6-4, 2007, and API (RP2A).