Job Definitions beginning with C:
Captain (Chief Engineer) = person holding the necessary certification, training and testing that has to be obtained over several years of excellent experience on an offshore vessel/ship.
Cementing Supervisor = person coordinating and overseeing cementing service line work at the well site; also, provides the crew instructions and equipment planning. Continued below
Cementing/Stimulation Engineer = person designing, installing and maintaining a range of blending and pumping equipment; also evaluating the pumping process; also, updating well information based on data from drilling reports, including the depth of the well, its chemical properties and the amount and cost of materials used.
Certification Engineer = person working in the engineering disciplines and advising on certification relating to engineering services; also, responsible for production of CCHP (Certification, Commissioning & Handover Packs).
Chemical Engineer = See Process Engineer as well. A Chemical Engineer is a person involved in the design and maintenance of chemical processes.
Chief Mechanic = person responsible for maintenance and repair of the diesel generators and other mechanical equipment and operations on the rig floor.
Chief Electrician = person responsible for the repair and maintenance of the electrical equipment.
Commissioning Engineer = person ensuring that the project is commissioned safely, following agreed procedures; performs all commissioning and completion related tasks with a view to achieving early and efficient client handover.
Company Man = person working on rig, as the board representative from the Oil Company that operates the rig; duties include drilling supervision, and general overview, ensuring the Oil Company’s interests are well protected, in order to obtain the best possible results for the Oil Company.
Completion Engineer = person having a good understanding of the various types of well and the operations that may have been performed; also, discusses requirements for well completions with the customer, the owner, or operator of the well; also participates in the design of the well completion.
Completion Superintendent = person responsible for ensuring competent and timely aspects of completion in terms of design, planning, program delivery, tender operations, evaluations, innovation, scheduling and reporting etc.; also, ensuring appropriate management systems are in place in all operational aspects.
Completions Engineer – see Completion Engineer
Completions Technician = person who manages the day to day drilling and completion reports for the well files; also, processes and audits operational data and distributes drilling and completion operational data to the appropriate partners and/or government agencies; also, submits historical data to appropriate agents.
Construction Engineer – Offshore = Person who is to ensure that all the details included in offshore installation procedures are correctly understood and correctly applied by construction personnel; also, reviews project planning and works at improving the completion date; also, is responsible for day to day construction progress and planning on a project.
Construction Engineer - Onshore = Person who is to ensure that all the details included in onshore installation procedures are correctly understood and correctly applied by construction personnel; also, reviews project planning and works at improving the completion date; also, is responsible for day to day construction progress and planning on a project.
Construction Engineer – Topsides = Person who is responsible for the installation procedures being correctly applied and understood by the construction personnel above deck; also, works at improving the completion date for projects and is responsible for the day to day construction progress and planning.
Construction Manager = Person who supervises the day to day activities on a construction site. The construction manager reports to the project manager, but occasionally on smaller projects will fulfill the project manager role themselves.
Construction Manager – Fabrication = Person who is responsible for the construction of all machinery (fabrication) or assembling components; also, ensuring that all teams involved understand the procedures and apply them correctly.
Construction Superintendent = Person who carries all responsibility in field supervision, coordination and completion of a construction project, through coordinating and organizing the relevant craft, building, engineer, clerical or supervisory employees; keeping control of costs on work and materials and ensuring the project is completed within stipulated time limits.
Contracts & Logistics Coordinator = Person responsible for all logistics and procurement with regards to specific contracts and/or with third party contractual work; this includes the day to day activities, orders, management of facilities and storage.
Contracts Administrator = Person who is responsible for delivering a range of legal services for the Company or Partners through the management, preparation, administration and negotiation of contracts that are designed to protect the business and legal interests of the Company or Partners.
Contracts Consultant = Person who provides professional consulting services in the primary form of advice, management feasibility studies, operational reviews, concept preparations or design; also, provides the necessary consulting services in all stages of the contract planning, pre-award, award, implementation and evaluation.
Contracts Engineer = Person who is responsible to ensure contract details, guidelines and project procedures are correctly implemented on site through assisting and overseeing the necessary site teams.
Contracts Specialist = Person who ensures that the specific contract goals are met successfully; also, works with the necessary District and/or departments to ensure that procedures are carried out correctly, and works within the necessary departments in acquiring detailed information on supply and contract needs.
Control Room Operator (CRO) = person responsible for ensuring all plant evolutions are carried out in accordance with the plants safety program and all operations are maintained within the required permit limits. Offshore, the CRO job also involves anchor and retrieving operations aboard the rig, keeping the rig afloat on a regular basis, processing paperwork and work permits.
Control Systems Process Engineer = Person who is responsible for managing and devising the engineering of the control systems and/or processing systems. This includes the safety system philosophies, the architectures, requirements and functioning requirements and coordinating the engineers and system vendors, as well as technical management.
Corrosion Engineer = Person who is responsible for cathodic protection surveys, risk based inspection, asset integrity management and devising the structure-to-soil surveys on pipelines.
Cost Control Co-ordinator = Person who is responsible for analyzing, planning, developing and maintaining cost control procedures and methodologies from end to end.
Cost Engineer = Person who identifies the cost trends, provides recommendations and detailed plans for cost engineering requirements in project control and staffing, and develops acquired data for contract negotiations.
Country Manager – Oil & Gas = Person who represents the Company to customers and/or partners and is to maintain a positive and active relationship with their representatives; also, represents the Company in official and legal functions; also, must be aware of local laws and appropriate procedures in complying with such regulations, as well as understand the Company's own policies and work practices; also, ensures that Company objectives in the area are met consistently.
Cost Control Engineer = Person responsible for preparing development budgets, cost control expenditures, invoicing and reporting, as well as following up on the relating cost control commitments.
Crane Operator = person in charge of crane operations (used to maneuver equipment, pipes, supplies, etc)
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