Marine Co-ordinator / REWS Operator

Asco

Marine Co-ordinator / REWS Operator

Salary Not Specified

Asco, Aberdeen

  • Full time
  • Permanent
  • Onsite working

Posted 2 weeks ago, 27 Jun | Get your application in now before you miss out!

Closing date: Closing date not specified

job Ref: ea4156e5ffea4253aae688c823f5440b

Full Job Description

ASCO's Marine Control operation is a permanently manned service to control and co-ordinate the safe and efficient movement of vessels. Reporting to the UK Marine Services Manager, the role combines Marine Co-ordination duties alongside the operation of the Radar Early Warning System (REWS).

The role will operate on a rotational basis comprising two-weeks dayshift followed by three weeks leave then two-weeks nightshift followed by three weeks leave. Key responsibilities are to:

  • Co-ordinate all daily offshore marine requirements for the logistics supply vessel fleet, including ERRV movements, associated operational support and any 3rd party vessels.


  • Analyse adverse weather conditions to advise vessel masters on the safest course of action.


  • Liaise with both offshore installations and supply vessels to update/modify routes, as required, to deal with priority and unscheduled items, including equipment, food/water shortages, etc.


  • Ensure the continuous flow of updated information on vessels movements to all relevant parties including installations, cargo operations, logistics, etc. and to optimise the return of high cost rental items.


  • Take appropriate remedial action during out of office hours, liaising with duty personnel.


  • Monitor and record any deviations / losses / gains to be made if a vessel is requested to proceed at best speed considering weather, tides and availability of workforce on the installation.


  • Liaise with all parties regarding the availability of potential free deck space for backload.


  • Issue twice daily marine updates, detailing actual and proposed vessel movements.


  • Co-ordinate all vessel operations in line with the client's marine operations processes and procedures.


  • Ensure handovers comply with the client's ERRV handover procedures.


  • Ensure awareness of all ERRV movements and change outs.


  • Assist the client's Incident Management Team during callouts and training exercise.


  • Update and maintain client systems as operationally required.


  • The REWS Operator is the focal point for all vessel monitoring / collision risk management on behalf of clients fixed or surface installations, and any 3rd party surface installations where collision monitoring services are provided by clients. This role is also responsible for the monitoring of certain nominated subsea installations where protected points and boundaries exist.

    Duties include adherence to all company and client procedures, ensuring system equipment is checked and recorded as fully operational (immediately addressing any non-conformances with the equipment providers), liaising with installation managers, emergency response representatives and relevant operational personnel.

  • Working knowledge of offshore MODU / platform & vessel operations, also GOMO, including UKCS supplements


  • Customer focused with a proven track record in a similar role, ideally within the Oil & Gas sector.


  • Accustomed to working effectively in a fast-paced environment, adapting to changing workloads and priorities, on-call and emergency call-outs, where high standards are not compromised under pressure.


  • Strong leadership, influencing, interpersonal and communication skills both verbal and in writing.


  • Solutions based, motivated to achieve the highest standards of performance and customer support, maintaining a culture of continuous improvement and innovation.


  • Ability to work stand-alone, demonstrating initiative and ownership, while a positive team contributor.


  • Highly numeric with a strong attention to detail and excellent planning and organising skills.


  • Computer literate with well-developed IT skills across the Microsoft suite.


  • Minimum Qualifications

    VHF Radio Operator Certificate

    Marine Certificate of Competency in a senior bridge role

    or significant marine control and co-ordination experience

    Current Drivers Licence, Previous experience within a similar role

    Hours of Work :Rotation of 2 weeks on/3 weeks off. 2 weeks dayshift/3 weeks off. 2 weeks nightshift/3 weeks off. Day Shift 0700-1900/Nightshift 1900-0700, As you would expect from a highly progressive company, an attractive remuneration package is available to the successful applicant. When applying, your CV should include your current/most recent employment, which clearly demonstrates examples of the skills and behaviours required for the above role., No
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