Wood is currently recruiting for an Offshore Operator Coach with extensive experience in the oil and gas industry. This position will be based in Equatorial Guinea in Africa.
This position covers the operation of three bridge linked, normally manned platforms and two normally unmanned satalite platforms.
Working on a rotational basis you will report directly to the Shift Supervisor and will be expected to safely operate and maintain our field and its associated equipment within the normal operational and maintenance procedures. You will be expected to support the development of trainees and junior operators, and demonstrate a positive attitude towards safety and all other aspects of the business, in line with Marathons Responsible Operations Management System. (ROMS)
Operations Team Member:
High School Education
Complete the Offshore On-The-Job Training Program
The following attributes are required:
At least 5 years experience in an operator role
The jobholder must have a strong work ethic, an excellent attitude towards safety and the ability to work effectively with others
Must be computer literate in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and SAP
The following attributes are desired:
Control room and DCS operating experience
Experience with gas compression facilities
Offshore pedestal crane operator certification
Experience in an emergency response role
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