About the job
The Mechanic executes the preventative and corrective maintenance in his/her area of responsibility and communicates regularly with the other departments (engine room, electrical, electronic, subsea, drilling, marine, and safety) when required. The mechanic is responsible for entering correct data into the Computer Maintenance Management System.
Applicants must be legally authorized to work in Qatar at the time of application.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
- Acts as a safety leader ensuring the ongoing identification of hazards and controls to manage the associated risks with a special focus on Permit to Work and Isolation procedures.
- Performs daily checks on the condition of areas and equipment (i.e. knuckle boom cranes, mud pumps, draw works, top drive, mud treatment, and all drilling-related equipment and systems under his/her responsibility).
- Informs Mechanical Supervisor (as applicable) and/or maintenance lead of any technical problems or limitations that might affect the safe operation of the vessel.
- Plans and executes preventive maintenance with a minimum of a six-week overview to cover the current hitch and half of the back‐to-back hitch; maintain an updated and accurate historical record of all maintenance done as well as all equipment certification documents.
- Ensures that maintenance is planned, organized, supervised, and executed in accordance with well programs, company requirements, and contractual obligations.
- Prioritizes maintenance tasks assigned on safety & environmental critical equipment/systems (SECE’s) as defined in VAMS.
- For rigs with Performance Standards: a) Prioritizes maintenance tasks assigned with Assurance Activities required by Performance Standards. b) Maintains an understanding of the relationship between the rigs safety case, identified Major Accident Hazards, the bow tie assessment, Performance Standard (PS) documents, and PS Assurance Activity tasks in VAMS, c) Uses the VAMS system to be able to identify equipment identified as Barriers.
- Maintains a minimum amount of spares onboard for critical/safety/maintenance/operational systems.
- Maintains workshop equipment and tools to the highest safety standards.
- Supports members of the crew in the operation and maintenance practices of equipment.
- Clearly and accurately communicates work status at end of shift and end of hitch handovers
Qualifications and Experience
- High School or equivalent with a Mechanical Grade.
- Minimum 2 years of offshore experience in the position of Mechanic.
- Experienced and trained in hydraulic systems troubleshooting and maintenance.
- Completion of all mandatory training and certification requirements for Mechanic as described in the training matrix.