Superintendent - Fleet Operations (Barge)

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JOB DESCRIPTION / ROLE

Employment: Full Time

About The Company

We are a global energy maritime logistics leader with a world-class asset base. We are the dedicated and vital logistics arm for ADNOC Group, providing mission critical and highly specialized services across ADNOC's entire value chain. We also provide market-leading, cost-competitive maritime and logistics solutions to over 100 global customers and ship to more than 50 countries across the world. As a global energy maritime logistics leader and the dedicated and vital logistics arm for ADNOC Group, we are driven to set the highest standards in shipping and maritime operations, pushing boundaries and pioneering new frontiers in sustainability. We are committed to delivering world-class solutions that are innovative and efficient, while always putting safety first.

About the Job

Plan monitor & coordinate the day-to-day operational activities related to assigned fleet vessels. Advice to eliminate any safety hazards that may be associated with vessels operations

Key Accountabilities
- Plan and manage the day to day operational activities related to assigned fleet vessels to support voyage requirements in accordance with department manager's direction and control
- Monitor and supervise performance of work activities such as passage planning, ship supplies, crew management, berthing arrangements, and cargo transfer schedules to ensure achievement of assigned targets
- Initiate modifications to work practices in accordance with established regulations to ensure that all activities are carried without risk to personnel, environment or assets
- Define work deliverables and achievement milestones in accordance with approved targets
- Study and examine progress of daily works and recommends alterations to work plan to meet approved schedules
- Carry out work load analysis to determine additional human capital and material resources required in line with approved work practices
- Inspect and report daily work conditions and recommends modifications to eliminate safety hazards to personnel, environment, or assets
- Distribute and monitor compliance to changes in work instructions in accordance with revisions or alterations to international or state regulations
- Interact with counterparts, ships masters, and external agencies to resolve operational conflicts and facilitate ships passage and voyage requirements
- Contribute to the development and approval of ships contingency plans and participates in emergency drills to ensure preparedness and promote safety culture
- Provide professional advice and act as an expert to team members and the organization on related matters
- Review and evaluate reports, log books, and statistics submitted by vessels' management staff members or ships' agents to ensure ships are being operated in accordance with approved procedures
- Monitor the scheduling and dispatching of vessels' bunkers, provisions, and supplies and maintain tracking and tracing of materials in transit to ensure delivery to ships according to planned programs
- Evaluate expenditure reporting from ships' masters and make recommendations for changes to procedures, operating systems, budgets and other financial control functions to department and other senior managers to ensure cost effective ship operation in accordance with budget sanctions
- Act as liaison between the ships and agents, charterers, and other external stakeholders to ensure preparation and completion of necessary requirements prior to ships arrival/departure to port and sailing to sea
- Respond to ship masters inquiries on voyage schedules and other matters of concern to avoid any confusion or operational delays and to ensure clarity of voyage orders
- Screen and Audit fleet vessels management standards and operating conditions, and oversee the safety of operations related to marine activities to ensure compliance to safety, regulatory, state, and class requirements

Requirements:
Minimum Requirements
- Master Mariner Certificate
- At least 8 years' experience in fleet operations in an offshore oil & gas industry.
- OSV, DP experience is preferable

Revenues/ Budget: As per approved financial budget
Direct Reports: As per organization chart
Indirect Reports: As per organization chart

ABOUT THE COMPANY

We are one of the world's leading energy producers, and a primary catalyst for Abu Dhabi’s growth and diversification.

We operate across the entire hydrocarbon value chain, through a network of fully-integrated businesses, with interests that range from exploration, production, storage, refining and distribution, to the development of a wide-range of petrochemical products.

Since 1971, we have created thousands of jobs, driven the growth of a diverse knowledge-based economy, and played a key role in Abu Dhabi’s global emergence.

Today, we continue to look for new and innovative ways to maximize the value of our resources, pioneering those approaches and technologies that will ensure we are able to meet the demands of an ever-changing energy market, and continue to have a positive impact on the Abu Dhabi economy for generations to come.

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