CARGO SUPERVISOR CSUP in Nigeria
Nigeria salary not specified Either
Delegated authority by the OIM to execute his responsibilities. In the OIMs absence to act as OIM
Reporting to :
NOTE : The responsibilities include the main General and Special responsibilities listed below. In addition the OIM or any superior may assign any other tasks to be performed.
Responsible for cargo spaces / cargo ballast systems. Supervises all works affecting directly cargo spaces / cargo ballast systems supervises personnel executing the work.
Responsible for handling of cargo and ballast operations.
Assist OIM in all matters related to the safe and efficient operation of the FPSO
Carries out CCR watches as required. Responsible for efficient 24 hours operation of CCR.
Ensure that the following requirements are met and that the following activities are executed safely and professionally, in accordance with approved work procedures or quality plans that :
To be fully familiar with rules, regulations and work procedures applicable to the task to be executed
Personnel qualifications are established and that each individual is given the opportunity of improvement through selective on the job training
Personnel executing any hazardous work are trained, fully informed of the work procedures and / or quality plans and that they are complied with
Familiar with the PTW System
Cargo spaces / cargo / ballast systems including pump room are well maintained and in good working order
Cargo operations, tank cleaning, gas freeing are carried out in accordance with safe work procedures, in order to avoid hazards and pollution
Cargo / ballast operations are carried out in accordance with safe work procedures, and DWT, draft, trim, hull stress restrictions are observed
Sufficient personnel are available for HLO prior to arrival / departure of helicopter for readiness of the helicopter landing deck
All daily / export storage / fiscalization / off-loading reports - as agreed, are prepared and delivered to all concerned parties
Acting as OIM as required when the OIM is leaving the unit for acting as Mooring / Loading Master on-board export tankers
Interfacing operations with Process Plants are carried efficiently and safely
Cooperate with MSUP in sharing personnel for repair and maintenance outside engine room
CERTIFICATES AND TRAINING
Master Mariner STCW95 Reg. II / 2 and Flag state endorsement of recognition
CERTIFICATES AND TRAINING
For other certificates and training, see Company Training Matrix, Unit Specific Training Matrix and CBT Matrix QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Meet the requirements for certification as an officer in charge of a navigational watch on ships of 500 gross tonnage or more and have at least 36 months approved seagoing service in that capacity;
however, this period may be reduced to not less than 24 months if not less than 12 months of such seagoing service has been served as chief mate and
Have completed approved education and training and meet the standard of competence specified in section A-II / 2 of the STCW Code for masters on ships of 3000 gross tonnage or more.
The CSUP must possess good leadership qualities needed to run large, complex organizations
Excellent command in English written and spoken
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