- Prepare inspection scope of works in liaison with the Operations Manager
- Attend client representatives meetings
- Liaise with the ROV supervisor to ensure correct data gathering equipment sensors are fitted to the ROV and liaison with offshore client representatives
- Responsibility for the offshore operation, planning inspection activities for maximum efficiency, QC and data back up
- Create and transmission of daily and weekly reports including daily logs, personnel timesheets, daily and anomaly reports including photographs and video clips
- Offshore project documentation including record keeping
- Compilation of project inspection report
- QC of report with Operations Manager
- Attend client anomaly reviews, if required
- Participate as required in conducting risk assessments
- Supervise the QC data from additional Inspection Engineers
- Appraise inspection personnel performance in the execution of the work, identifying any training requirements in accordance with the Company’s competency scheme
- Review inspection procedures for currency, coverage and relevance for feedback to management.
- Demonstrate personal commitment to Health, Safety, Environment and Quality
- Apply Film-Ocean and any Client’s Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Policies
- Promote a culture of continuous improvement, lead by example and exceeded Film-Ocean’s commitment to HSEQ initiatives.
- CSWIP 3.4U qualified
- Ideally 3 years inspection experience
- Have a valid offshore certification and survival and passport
- Candidates must be willing to travel on occasion to all regional work sites within Europe, West Africa and Middle East etc.
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.
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