September 18, 2022

Control Room Operator – Sbm Operations JOB

 

Control Room Operator – Sbm Operations

Req Id:  697
Job Family:  Operations – Offshore Engineer
Location:  

Singapore Yard Keppel, Singapore Yard Keppel

SBM Offshore believes the oceans will provide the world with safe, sustainable and affordable energy for generations to come. We share our experience to make it happen. Take part in a world-class, diverse, and talented team committed to responsible business conduct and see where the future takes you. #ENERGYCOMMITTED

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 CONTROL ROOM OPERATOR 

Reports To: Production Supervisor
Background: A CRO is capable of operating DCS, Fire and Gas and ESD systems from Central Control Room.
He will optimise the process and reduce and control plant upsets. He will respond effectively to
emergencies. He will ensure that plant inhibits and overrides are controlled as per procedures and
Management System guidelines. He will ensure that that personnel under his supervision are fully
competent and aware of their responsibilities.
Authority: The CRO is authorised to control and adjust the automated process safely to maximise production
efficiency, and to coordinate permits and related isolations for maintenance
Immediate
Subordinates:
Deck Production Operators, & Subcontractors, Vendors, Visitors,
Accountable For: Typical Responsibilities & Standards
1) Process
1 Start up, Operate, Monitor and Shut Down Process and Utility Systems.
2
Monitor, maintain and optimise process parameters (Level, flow, temperature, pressure etc) within operating
requirements.
3 Compare sample and testing results (API/BS&W/salinity) of process and utility fluids to optimal.
4 Trouble shoot to maximize sales quality and delivery volume to identify problems.
5 Maintain discharge water quality within current O&M Contractor Operations or local guidelines.
6 Monitor and operate electrical/hydraulic control panels, safety and emergency shutdown devices, Fire and Gas
Systems.
7 Ensure accurate production reporting is submitted daily or as required by company and client.
8 Witness third party calibrations when appropriate to provide verification of meter factors and volumes.
9 Prove export oil meters.
2) Marine/Safety
1 Implementing and enforcing O&M Contractor Operations Management System policies and procedures in particular
Isolation Standards, and PTW.
2 Carry out all operations in safe and environmentally sound manner.
3 Report all discharges, leaks, spills, injuries, and incidents, immediately.
4 Ensure personnel understand and comply with current environmental regulations.
5 Carry out Emergency Response role
3) Maintenance
1 Assist maintenance operations by applying/removing isolations as required.
2 Supervise operation of PTW system.
3 Advise maintenance personnel on hazards of plant and equipment.
4 Maintain clear and precise communications during maintenance operations.
4) Manage & Supervise Effectively
1 Co ordinate activities and resources across teams or shift.
2 Contribute to training and assessment of personnel.
3 Control activities and development of subordinate personnel.
4 Record and report on personnel development/appraisals and competence assessments as required.
5 Efficiency improvement and pursue company goals.
6 Create and maintain effective working relationships

Pre-hire Qualifications and Experience:
 5 years minimum in Hydrocarbon processing operations with 2 years as CCRO and appropriate mix of
operational, and supervisory experience.
 Offshore Personal Survival, Management of Major Emergencies, Medical certificates.
 Good level of troubleshooting and operations knowledge including interpretation of P&IDs and C&E charts.
 Extensive knowledge of offshore FPSO operations, including Production, Maintenance, Engineering and
Safety.
 Good working Knowledge of DCS and F&G systems operation.
 Medically fit to offshore International standards such as ENG1 or equivalent.
Personal Skills
Personal: Conscientious, flexible, versatile and determined. Capable of assertive and positive communication
and performance.
Leadership: Assertive leadership skills. Good levels of written and spoken communication in English language.
Clear understanding of behavioural and logistical personnel issues. Flexible in applying different
approaches to changing work demands.
Technical: High standard of technical, and professional knowledge as defined by competences. Good knowledge
of DCS/SCADA systems. Some knowledge of cargo handling and marine utility systems where
appropriate for position.
IT: Practical familiarity with standard ‘Office’ software package. Operation and use of Internet and
electronic mail system

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