NRL are recruiting for a Mechanic Foreman to work with a globally recognised offshore heavy lift contractor on a major offshore wind energy installation project. This is a contract position working on a rotation pattern of 70/35 for two rotations and possibly beyond. They are looking for candidates with experience working on a vessel delivering to either Oil & Gas or Renewable energy projects.
Manage and maintain offshore equipment through coordination of the assigned team, respecting HSE and Quality procedures and practices.
Manage site equipment, ensuring the continuous operation through ordinary/extraordinary maintenance and repairs, as directed by the Vessel Equipment Engineer (or Chief Engineer / 2nd Engineer, if applicable)
Coordinate the team of Mechanics Offshore during his/her shift, in order to ensure that the work is carried out safely, in compliance with quality requirements and within establish time schedules
Ensure compliance with the Permit-to-Work system and isolation standards (if applicable)
Ensure compliance with daily Tool box talks meeting and JSA (if required)
Report any incidents and near-miss events
Maintain high levels of housekeeping in the work area, ensuring it is free from any safety hazards
Inform the Vessel Equipment Engineer of any equipment malfunctioning or abnormal conditions
Intervene with own team to rectify equipment mechanical breakdowns
Intervene with own team to carry out maintenance and repair on production equipment, in accordance with the work plan defined by the Vessel Equipment Engineer (or Chief Engineer / 2nd Engineer, if applicable)
Report to the Vessel Equipment Engineer (or the Chief Engineer / 2nd Engineer, if applicable)
What’s in it for you:
Stable contract duration
Competitive hourly rate