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Date

16 May 2024

Location

Ellon

Contract Type

Full Time

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Asset Manager

The Asset Manager role is an integral role within the business and will be actively involved in the growth and innovation of the company. They will be responsible for overseeing the preparation of assets onshore and will lead technical support during offshore project operations globally. The asset manager will work in collaboration with internal and external stakeholders to optimise the use of the company’s assets, technical integrity, operational efficiency and quality assurance, with the primary focus to deliver safe and successful completion of projects.

Key Accountabilities

  • Liaising with internal stakeholders in all aspects of workshop planning and execution
  • Assist with the development and improvement of the fleet of ROV’s and ancillary equipment, in line with the Company strategy
  • Management of budgets associated with maintenance of ROV assets and workshop
  • Manage workshop schedule to ensure asset availability is aligned with the Company’s commercial requirements
  • Lead workshop and technical support teams to ensure that daily activities are delivered successfully and efficiently
  • Focal point for the provision of technical support and services to the operational users of equipment throughout the onshore and offshore life cycle
  • Assist Project and Commercial teams with equipment specification, and or selection as appropriate
  • Management of contractors and third-party suppliers to ensure timely receipt of equipment and services, including repairs
  • Ensure technical documentation and certification is in place for all ROV’s, in line with industry and legislative guidelines
  • Implementation and management of technical documentation
  • Ensure planned maintenance routines are updated to accommodate new or modified equipment
  • Overall responsibility for the onshore planning, maintenance and repair of ROV and ancillary equipment
  • Management of control of works on site, ensuring operations in the workshop and yard are managed and delivered in accordance with the Company’s HSEQ policies and targets
  • Management and control of the servicing, maintenance and assembly of new and existing ROV equipment and systems
  • Ensure system inventories are managed and correctly updated
  • Ensure maintenance routines are reviewed and updated to accommodate new or modified equipment
  • Establish and develop technical administrative policies and procedures
  • Assist with updating all technical and support documentation
  • Participate in the development of the company business management system
  • Lead and mentor other member of the workshop and technical team
  • Participate in out of hours on-call rota
  • Undertake any other duties as the Company may reasonably require.

QHSE Responsibilities

  • Take reasonable care for your own health and safety and that of others who may be affected by what you do, or not do
  • Co-operate with your employer on health and safety matters
  • Utilise provided recycling facilities
  • Clean up and report any spills
  • Correctly use work items provided by your employer, including PPE in accordance with training and instructions
  • Not to interfere with, or misuse anything provided for your health and safety, or welfare
  • Report all Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality concerns to the HSEQ Manager
  • Work to Film-Ocean HSEQ processes and procedures and inform the HSEQ Manager of any omissions or changes required
  • Ensure that safety policies and procedures are implemented, understood and adhered to at the work location, so far as is reasonably practicable in order to ensure a safe working environment
  • Promote a proactive commitment to Film-Ocean’s HSEQ initiatives.

Essential Requirements

  • Minimum 5 years operations management and 15 years industry experience
  • Extensive technical experience within the ROV industry
  • Familiar with established management tools, project and planning techniques
  • Environmental training general awareness
  • Safety training general awareness.

Additional Information

Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.

Film-Ocean assess all applications based on merit. Should a suitable candidate be identified, Film-Ocean reserves the right to close the recruitment process prior to the advertised closing date.

Only those candidates considered to be suitable will be invited to interview.

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