The Subsea Engineer is responsible for installing blow out preventer (BOP), heave compensating, and other related subsea equipment and maintaining the equipment in a safe and reliable condition.
Essential Job Functions
• Prepares configuration layouts, and plans the installation and testing of subsea BOP and related equipment.
• Maintains and overhauls BOP.
• Helps plan subsea equipment replacements and retrievals.
• Documents the maintenance history for assigned subsea equipment.
• Makes equipment replacement recommendations.
• Tests, maintains, troubleshoots, and repairs all assigned heave compensating equipment in accordance with Pride International (Pride) policy and regulatory requirements.
• Uses recognized maintenance procedures; oversees the safe work activities of any assigned helpers.
• Makes certain that all assigned subsea running and retrieving tools are in good condition.
• Maintains equipment maintenance history according to Preventative Maintenance System (PMS) guidelines.
• Maintains an adequate inventory of all spares, oils, and operating fluids required for assigned subsea equipment.
• Keeps management informed on new installation projects and requirements for spares on a regular basis.
• Participates in the Safety Training Observation Program (S.T.O.P) and weekly safety and operational meetings.
• Develops and implements Job Safety Analyses and prepares risk assessments as required.
• Reports all hazards and communicates ideas for enhancing safety standards.
• Performs all duties in accordance with the Permit to Work System.
Secondary Job Functions
• Acts as a member of the technical team in the event of a fire or other emergency; participates in meetings and drills as a member of an emergency team.
• Performs other duties and special projects as requested by management.
• High school diploma or educational equivalent is required.
• Must have 1 to 2 years experience as a Junior Subsea Engineer with similar equipment or successful completion of Subsea Engineer training under the instruction and supervision of an approved Subsea Engineer.
Licenses, Certifications, Credentials, and Other Requirements:
• Offshore survival and medical certificates as mandated by government regulations are required.
• Well Control Certificate at the supervisor’s level is required.
• Must pass pre-employment and random drug tests.
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Job Start Date:
Engineering - Subsea Engineering - Mechanical
To Be Completed - To Be Arranged/Announced
Job Advertised on:
31 Oct 2008
Job Advertisement Expires on:
31 Jan 2009
Oil Offshore Marine Reference:
Work Permit Requirements:
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