Main duties:

For the assigned floating production asset:

Ensure that personnel assigned to the Maintenance Department are fully conversant with their duties and responsibilities, and provide them with guidance and support promoting Leadership in Safety attitudes
Establish levels of competency for subordinates and undertaking to provide coaching/training where shortfalls are identified
Carry out objective probationary and annual assessments and ensure compliance with Company Procedures.
Manage day-to-day disciplinary and performance issues on board, in conjunction with the OIM
Be fully prepared to undertake his roles and responsibilities in the event of emergency
Supervise a Department consisting of engineers and supervisors with electrical instrument and mechanical fabrication, machine shop and welding skills
Maintain and requisitioning stocks of spare parts, consumables, tools, fuel, lubricating oils and chemicals.
Ensure that materials received are fit for purpose and revert to the FPSO dedicated buyer if any problem are envisaged
Organize, administering and implementing the planned maintenance systems for all the various equipment and machinery onboard, including safety equipment
Maintain a record of survey for all Hull, Machinery, Process and Utility equipment ensuring that all administration and Class requirements are complied with and requesting the timely attendance of Surveyors, as appropriate, to ensure a continuous survey regime
Communicate to the OIM and onshore Operations Manager, machinery and equipment deficiencies, requesting technical advice as necessary
Plan and co-ordinate any necessary Vendor assistance on board in liaison with relevant Department Superintendents
Routinely monitor the performance of machinery, equipment and systems; taking corrective action or requesting advice from the HQ, as required; undertakes regular audits of the Maintenance Department
Ensuring that machinery and equipment daily logs and workbook records are entered into the Planned Maintenance System so that accurate and comprehensive records are maintained onboard
Maintain the Oil Record Book for the Engine Room in accordance with MARPOL Regulations
Maintain a close working relationship with all Department Heads and more specifically with the Production Superintendent
Propose training of Maintenance personnel to OIM
Acting as an Area Authority under the Company Permit to Work System used onboard
Ensuring compliance with Company Permit to Work System, Isolation Standards, Risk Assessment Process, etc
Be fully familiar with relevant Company procedures and ensure compliance with same at all times by his Department
Professional skills

Crew Management; capabilities to manage and ensure that all subordinates have the necessary skills and experience to fulfill their assigned tasks.
Engine room plant monitoring
Engine room plant preparation for inspection
HSE system management for the vessel; capability to manage effective HSE meetings, organize emergency preparedness and response, prepare accurate HSE Reporting; Knowledge and capability to apply Risk Assessment and Job Safety Analysis.
ISM Code application; capability to ensure the correct management of the vessel in compliance with the requirements of the ISM Code.
Vessel electrical equipment inspection and maintenance; capability to perform inspections and maintenance on vessel electrical equipment i.e. auxiliary motors, ballast pumps, control panels cranes etc.
Vessel equipment stability; full understanding and capability to operate ballast control equipment, pumps, ballast lines, refueling controls, loading and unloading cargo and ballast.
Vessel mechanical equipment inspection and maintenance; capability to perform inspections and maintenance on vessel mechanical equipment and power plants and, as necessary, on engine cooling water systems; able to maintain trusters, ballast pumps and valves, auxiliary equipment, air conditioning plant and refrigerator systems
Knowledge of Computerized Maintenance System
Personal skills

Planning and controlling; capable of organizing systematically different action phases targeted at a sole output
Team leadership; capable to involve the members of the team and guide them towards common objectives
Decision making; capable to put forward alternative choices and make clear decisions taking on the responsibility for risks
Negotiation skills; capable to handle differences, conflicts and negotiations in an assertive manner while trying to find a solution that will be shared by the parties and will not burn bridges (win-win optic)