CV Marine Team Leader Woodgroup Engineering UK Offshore Oil and Gas Industries / Tankers Chief Officer
Marine Team Leader Woodgroup Engineering UK Offshore Oil and Gas Industries / Tankers Chief Officer
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Location (Residence): Tain, United Kingdom Citizenship:United Kingdom
English United Kingdom Other:
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Vocational in Nautical Science Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: European Union, United States Present Location: UK, Tain Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
I am pleased to introduce myself as a confident and competent individual. I have developed many work related skills over the past 10 years. I am presently looking for fresh opportunities and challenges within the offshore oil and gas industry.
I am presently employed on a new Sevan 300 design FPSO in the North Sea, however the field on which we are deployed has failed with respect to oil production and is being decommissioned. For this reason I am seeking to secure alternative opportunities. I was formally a merchant navy deck officer working on different Oil tanker types but most experienced in Tandem loading shuttle tanker operations with DP.
I am a well respected and liked member of my present crew where my responsibilities include the day to running of the marine department onboard a modern FPSO which includes planning and overseeing oil loading and discharging operations including ballasting and other marine related activities. I have been with this present project since the yard commissioning phase where I was a member of the commissioning team involved in the yard and offshore commissioning of marine and utility systems.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
June 2008 – Present – Woodgroup Engineering NS ltd
Marine Co-ordinator new built FPSO. Joined the project at Yard commissioning phase and was responsible for overseeing commissioning of all marine and utility systems on behalf of the duty holder. Successfully saw the project through sail away and onwards to first oil and first off loading operations. Now responsible for the day to day running of the Marine Department including Cargo and Ballast operations Permit to work Co-ordinator and all marine related activities reporting to the OIM.
Ad Hoc work during field break as Loading Master at Nigg Oil Terminal during ship to ship transfer operations and export operations. Responsible for co-ordination of Berthing and cargo operations between ship and shore.
May 2008 – June 2008 – BP Exploration Offshore
Marine CRT on Schiehallion FPSO – responsible for day to day running of marine department including Loading/Discharging Oil /ballast, Permit control, Isolation control and responsible for all marine system maintenance/operation
November 2007 – April 2008 – Northern Marine Management
Service as Chief Officer Senior DPO On MV Aberdeen. For periods of 12 hours per day responsible for safe DP operations and safe loading of Cargo during Tandem loading operations and discharge during in port operations. Primarily responsible for crew resource management, deck planned maintenance, critical and safety equipment maintenance. garbage management, security officer, medical officer and deputy to vessels master
November 2005 – June 2007 – Northern Marine Management
Service as Second Officer DPO On Shuttle Tanker MV Aberdeen. Involved in All forms of Tandem Loading Operations and voyages through North West Europe – Duties Including The role of the Navigating Officer onboard, Responsible for maintenance of all forms a safety equipment. HLO and responsible for maintenance of CAA Approved Heli Deck. Responsible for safe loading and unloading of the vessel. Member of the Shipboard Safety Committee.
July 2004 – November 2005 – Northern Marine Management
Service as Third Officer on VLCC’s engaged on Worldwide Voyages. Experience including SBM Loading and Ship to Ship Transfer Operations and brief periods as additional officer for Lightering Operations in US Gulf. Also involved in Non Planned Dry Docking’s and repair periods.
Jan 2001 to June 2004
Merchant Navy Deck Officer cadetship an various vessel types but mainly Tankers.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
1995-2000 Tain Royal Academy
▪ 7 Standard Grades inc, Math’s(1) Physics(2) and English(2)
2 Intermediates inc Physics(A) English(A)
2001-2004 Glasgow College of Nautical Studies
▪ HND Nautical Science, Clyde Marine Cadet of the Year 2004
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
Can set realistic targets for my self
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]