CV Commissioning Engineer Deepwater Class 3 DP Drillships Korea DP Pipe Lay Heavy Lift Vessel Singapore
Commissioning Engineer Deepwater Class 3 DP Drillships Korea DP Pipe Lay Heavy Lift Vessel Singapore
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Vocational in Marine Engineering Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: European Union, UK (in particular) Present Location: South Korea, Geoje-Si Relocation: Korea, (South), Cyprus, China, Australia, European Union, Singapore
Commissioning (+ Pre-)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
Experienced Marine Engineer of 30 years, both sailing and shoreside on upgrades, conversions and newbuilds
Looking to continue in newbuildings, drillships, FPSO's, etc as Supervisor or Commissioning roles.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
Presently working on my second project of two new build Deepwater Class 3 DP Drillships in Korea as Mechanical Supervisor
Previous project was a new build Class 2 DP Pipe Lay Heavy Lift Vessel in Singapore
SUMMARY OF EMPLOYMENT
In September 2009 I moved to the Pacific Drilling new build project for four Class 3 DP Drillships as Mechanical and Piping Installation Supervisor after completing the Pacific Drilling / Transocean joint venture project. Again this project is based in the Samsung yard in South Korea. The scope of work entails the attending of FAT inspections, review of system and installation drawings, review of test methods and commissioning procedures, supervision and inspection of the installation of piping systems and machinery to ensure compliance with owner requirements, Shipyard Standards, ABS Class Rules, SOLAS, Marpol and other regulatory bodies. Testing and commissioning of machinery and systems. Tracking of non conformance items through to completion.
From April 2008 I was employed by Transocean ,as a Project Specialist, for their joint venture with Tanker Pacific new build Class 3 DP Drillships based in the Samsung yard in South Korea. This position involves review of P & ID drawing to confirm functionality of the systems, inspection of the installation of piping systems and machinery to ensure compliance with drawings, design requirements, specifications, Shipyard Standards, ABS Class Rules, SOLAS, Marpol and other regulatory bodies, witnessing the testing of the systems and commissioning of machinery and plant. Tracking non-conformance items through to completion. Review of FMEA procedures.
From September 2006 I was employed by Acergy UK Limited as 1st Engineer / Mechanical and Installation Inspector / Commissioning Engineer based in Singapore, standing by their new build dynamically positioned pipelay vessel Sapura 3000. This involved reviewing construction and installation drawings, specifications, commissioning procedures and tracking punchlist items. Ensuring that systems and plant met design criteria and accepted industry standards of construction and installation and also comply to ABS Class Rules, SOLAS, Marpol and other regulatory requirements. Inspection, witnessing testing and commissioning of systems, machinery and plant. Review of FMEA procedures and conducting trials.
From June 2006 I was working freelance as a relief Engineer on a day rate basis. During this time I was employed by Atlantic Resourcing as 2nd Engineer on the accommodation rig Safe Caledonia and on the semi submersible dilling rig Liev Eriksson.
From November 2004 to June 2006 I was employed by C-Mar as a 1st Engineer on the Akademik Tofiq Ismayilov, a dynamically position diving support vessel in the Caspian Sea. This involved working on the upgrading and commissioning of the vessel according to RMRS Class Rules, as well as operational duties. I was also intimately involved in the creation, development and operation of the Amos M&P planned maintenance system, which involved compiling the component heirarchy and creating all the work procedures for the database. Whilst the new database was under final formatting with Xantic I wrote my own planned maintenance system using Excel, to enable the vessel to comply with regulatory requirements to have an operating planned maintenance system in place.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
Part A Chief Engineers Certificate
Class 2 Marine Engineers Certificate
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Computer literate with Microsoft Office
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]