Odfjell Drilling is looking for Subsea Engineers who are motivated to contribute to the company’s international growth.
- Mechanical/ hydraulic engineering education is recommended. Preferably an engineering degree. Extensive work experience can replace formal education.
- Documented all-round experience from maintenance of subsea Well control systems/pressure control equipment, motion compensating equipment, and has been in a subsea engineer position for at least 3 years.
- Good English & Norwegian communication skills, both oral and written.
- Sufficient computer skills.
- Valid well control certificate, in accordance with Client requirements/minimum level 2.
- Completed Systematic Training Program (OJT) for position.
- Supervise Assistant Subsea engineers and Trainee Subsea engineers, according to the Odfjell Core values and procedures and following the instructions of the Senior Subsea Engineer.
- Perform maintenance/repairs to the well control, motion compensating systems and all associated systems as per Odfjell maintenance program and procedures.
- Daily inspections to verify status of equipment and report status to supervisor.
- Adhere to the Odfjell Procedures and Core Values and familiarize himself/herself with these.
- Obtain a good knowledge of the systems on-board, by studying manuals and participating in courses. To be able to maintain and operate all subsea related equipment.
- Troubleshoot equipment failure in cooperation with supervisor.
- Assist drill crew when required, during for example landing wellhead tools, Well control drills, Well control situations, etc.
- Participate in making/updating procedures.
- Ensure that housekeeping is up to Odfjell standard.
- Assist supervisor with planning ahead for upcoming operations and maintenance periods.
- Participate in operational and safety meetings.
- Participate in safety drills and perform the tasks specified on the station bill.
- Complete all training specified in the Odfjell training matrix.
- Ensure that the Odfjell procedures are followed for any changes/modifications to the systems.
- The Subsea Engineer is responsible for ensuring that the well control systems, motion compensating systems auxiliary systems are in working order and keep the systems maintained at the required level.
- The Subsea Engineer is responsible for reporting to the Senior Subsea Engineer any faults, defects and irregularities relating to well control systems, motion compensating systems auxiliary systems.
- Adhere to Odfjell procedures