Barge Operations:
• Ensure compliance with all state, federal, and international laws and regulations.
• Prepare/secure the unit for towing & perform all ballasting operations as required.
• Calculate and document all stability and load calculations.
• Provide technical support & assist the operations.
• Monitor weather information, wind direction, wind speed, visibility, and sea state.
• Maintain all rig damage control equipment at proper inventory levels.
• Function as the safety officer in the absence of the Safety and Training Specialist.
• Supervise the Crane Operator, AB’s, and misc. maintenance crew.
• Coordinate, organize, and plan all deck operations.
• Coordinate stowage of ancillary equipment in proper locations.
• Supervise all connections when transferring bulk fluids from or to supply boats.
• Supervise safe tank entry procedures ensuring 100% compliance.
• Supervise crew change & coordinate activity on deck.
Maintenance and Repair:
• Supervise and assist in the maintenance, function testing and/or repairs of all aspects of the units ballasting and/or related rig systems and controls.
• Ensure the availability, proper functioning, general maintenance and/or the recommended quantity of the unit’s safety systems and equipment at all times.
• Supervise maintenance on all tanks.
• Supervise all preventative maintenance on damage control equipment.
• Supervise all preservation and repair work to the vessel hull and marine systems management.
• Daily report on weather, balance of stock/inventory on board and tank loads.
• Calculate, evaluate, and record and/or report as often as necessary the changing load conditions to ensure that the unit’s design criteria is maintained within the load limits in either the operating, survival or floating condition.
• Complete the proper documentation to dispose of waste materials, and monitor hazardous material and waste stowage on the barge.
• Review and discuss daily operations and prepare 72-hour planning.
• Plan annual budget with Port Engineer, Port Captain, and Offshore Installation Manager (OIM).
• Maintain all relevant support contracts on board, and ensure services are rendered in accordance with the contract.

Minimum Qualifications:
Possess training requirements for Ballast Control Operator. Experience in management, scheduling, inventory control and budgeting. Offshore technical background including stability, fluid dynamics and loading. Experience in rig towing and movement operations. High school education or equivalent is required and preference given to those with maritime academy or college degree. A minimum of 5 years’ experience in the maritime industry. Must have a current endorsement from the USCG as “Barge Supervisor”/ Ballast Control Supervisor (BCO).

To apply: Send resume and cover letter to – email or fax. Resume should include a cover letter and salary requirements. Location: Worldwide

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