CARGO SUPERVISOR – CSUP
WTS Energy
Nigeria
1d ago
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CARGO SUPERVISOR CSUP in Nigeria

Nigeria salary not specified Either

Authority :

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.

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • 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.
  • SPECIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

    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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