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Serial No: 7598

List top 5 skills: communication, engineering, leadership, planning
Short Bio:

I have 18 years offshore experience as a Marine Engineer, the last 3 being equipment maintenance supervisor on DP2 S lay rigid pipelaying vessel. I was responsible for all equipment associated with the pipe laying ability of the vessel, including but not only, 3 x 125 MT Remacut Tensioners, 1 x 400MT NOV abandonment and recovery winch, 2 x 40MT NOV MSB12 diesel hydraulic cranes, 1 x 1200MT NOV Amclyde PC-37 Post crane, various HPU's and associated hydraulic machinery. I am also responsible for the welfare of the deck engineering department which consists of hydraulic technicians, instrument technicians, tensioner operators and mechanics. Whilst my background is mainly mechanical, I have some training in Rockwell drives and a basic electrical understanding commensurate with my role as supervisor. I have been responsible for all planned maintenance, and ensuring that we have adequate spare parts for upcoming services, equipment failure etc. I have recently undertaken the Control of Work training relating to Permits to Work, LOTO etc. I fully participate in the writing of JRA's (Job Risk Assessments) and tool box talks prior to every evolution. I am fully conversant with the issuant of permits to work for working at height, hot work, cold work and confined space entry etc. I am conversant with the Code of safe working practices and various regulations such as LOLER. The vessel has been involved in various pipelines and heavy lift operations including 30 inch concrete coated pipeline and a 750 MT accommodation block installation

Current location: 

Scotland, United Kingdom - View on map

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

africa, Australia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, canada, china, France, India, Indonesia, Mauritania, Netherlands, new zealand, nigeria, Norway, Oman, qatar, saudi arabia, Singapore, South Korea, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States



Further Education

Sept 1988-Jan 1991 Royal Navy Marine Engineering School

Jan 2000-July 2003 National Sea Training Centre

Qualifications

8 GCSE’s Grade A-C

BTEC National Diploma in Marine Engineering

NVQ level 3 in Merchant Vessel Engineering

STCW 95 111/1 Engineering Officer of the Watch

Courses

Dynamic Positioning Introduction Certificate of Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats

Dynamic Positioning Technical Certificate of Proficiency in Fast Rescue Boats

Rolls Royce Thrusters and Propulsion Security Awareness Training

Rolls Royce Anchor Handling Winches Personal Survival Techniques

MAK Engines Medical First Aid

Anchor Handling 1 (including simulator training Basic Fire fighting

Power Management Systems Advanced Fire fighting

AMOS Business Suite Engineering Workshop Skills

Helicopter Underwater Escape Training NS5 Planned Maintenance

BOSIET Rockwell Drives

Crane Operator level 1 theory Remacut Tensioners Maintenance and Operation

Control of Work Training PULSE safety training

Current Medical Certification

Eng 1

UKOG

Current Visa’s

C1/D (USA)

B1/OCS (USA)

Employment History

Feb 2011-Present Technip AMOS

I have been working as a Pipelay Equipment Engineer whilst with Technip, on a DP2 S lay deepwater derrick pipelay vessel, working as shift supervisor to the deck engineering department which consists of hydraulic technicians, instrument technicians, tensioner operators and mechanics. I am responsible for all pipelay associated machinery including 3 x 125 MT Remacut Tensioners, all pipe handling hydraulic machinery, NOV Abandonment and Recovery winch, 2 x 40MT MSB12 diesel hydraulic cranes and a 1200MT Amclyde NOV Post crane (PC-37). Whilst my background is mainly mechanical, I have some training in Rockwell drives and a basic electrical understanding commensurate with my role as supervisor. I have been responsible for all planned maintenance, and ensuring that we have adequate spare parts for upcoming services, equipment failure etc. I have recently undertaken the Control of Work training relating to Permits to Work, LOTO etc. I fully participate in the writing of JRA’s (Job Risk Assessments) and tool box talks prior to every evolution. I am fully conversant with the issuance of permits to work for working at height, hot work, cold work and confined space entry etc. I am conversant with the Code of safe working practices and various regulations such as LOLER. The vessel has been involved in various pipelines and heavy lift operations including 30 inch concrete coated pipeline and a 750 MT accommodation block installation. The vessel has worked in the Dubai, Ghana, Mexico and the United States.

Sept 2007-Feb 2011 Maersk Supply Service

Whilst with Maersk I was working as an engineering officer on DP2 AHTS vessels. The vessels I have served on are UMS vessels, engaged in Anchor Handling and Platform Supply work, and also underwater ploughing operations. The DP system operated is the K-pos. I have new build experience, undertaking all new build courses and worked alongside in the shipyard as the vessel was completed. I have experience of working in the North Sea, Brazil and Australia. The main machinery I have worked on during my time with Maersk is MAK Main Engines, Caterpillar Generators, Rolls Royce Thrusters and Winches. I have winch driving experience during anchor handling and towing operations, as well as knowledge of cargo systems including fuel, pot water and mud transfer to platforms. I have undertaken several courses during this time including, but not only, DP technical and Intro, Anchor Handling (including simulator training) MAK engines and Rolls Royce thrusters and propulsion.

June 2004-Sept 2007 Seacor Marine Offshore

Whilst working for this company, I was employed as an engineering officer in sole charge of an engineering watch for not less than 8 hours a day on a PSV’s. The vessels I served on during this time were employed in the North Sea. I gained experience in cargo systems during my time with seacor including fuel and pot water transfer to platforms. The main machinery I worked on was NOHAB Diesel Main Engines, Rolls Royce Main Engines and Caterpillar Generators.

April 1997-June 2004 Viking Offshore

Whilst working for this company I was employed as an engineering officer in sole charge of the watch for not less than 8 hours a day on ERRV’s. Previous to this I was employed as a motorman whilst working toward an NVQ level 3 in merchant vessel engineering, and subsequently gaining an Officer of the Watch (unlimited) ticket in engineering. The vessels I served on were employed in the North Sea. I worked on various engine types including Caterpillar, MAK, MAN, Polar, Volvo Penta and Schottel.

March 1995-April 1997 Charford Shipping/Vector Offshore

Whilst working for this company I was employed as a motorman/Un-certificated engineer. This company was my introduction to life offshore; I quickly outgrew the Further Education

Sept 1988-Jan 1991 Royal Navy Marine Engineering School

Jan 2000-July 2003 National Sea Training Centre

Qualifications

8 GCSE’s Grade A-C

BTEC National Diploma in Marine Engineering

NVQ level 3 in Merchant Vessel Engineering

STCW 95 111/1 Engineering Officer of the Watch

Courses

Dynamic Positioning Introduction Certificate of Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats

Dynamic Positioning Technical Certificate of Proficiency in Fast Rescue Boats

Rolls Royce Thrusters and Propulsion Security Awareness Training

Rolls Royce Anchor Handling Winches Personal Survival Techniques

MAK Engines Medical First Aid

Anchor Handling 1 (including simulator training Basic Fire fighting

Power Management Systems Advanced Fire fighting

AMOS Business Suite Engineering Workshop Skills

Helicopter Underwater Escape Training NS5 Planned Maintenance

BOSIET Rockwell Drives

Crane Operator level 1 theory Remacut Tensioners Maintenance and Operation

Control of Work Training PULSE safety training

Current Medical Certification

Eng 1

UKOG

Current Visa’s

C1/D (USA)

B1/OCS (USA)

Employment History

Feb 2011-Present Technip AMOS

I have been working as a Pipelay Equipment Engineer whilst with Technip, on a DP2 S lay deepwater derrick pipelay vessel, working as shift supervisor to the deck engineering department which consists of hydraulic technicians, instrument technicians, tensioner operators and mechanics. I am responsible for all pipelay associated machinery including 3 x 125 MT Remacut Tensioners, all pipe handling hydraulic machinery, NOV Abandonment and Recovery winch, 2 x 40MT MSB12 diesel hydraulic cranes and a 1200MT Amclyde NOV Post crane (PC-37). Whilst my background is mainly mechanical, I have some training in Rockwell drives and a basic electrical understanding commensurate with my role as supervisor. I have been responsible for all planned maintenance, and ensuring that we have adequate spare parts for upcoming services, equipment failure etc. I have recently undertaken the Control of Work training relating to Permits to Work, LOTO etc. I fully participate in the writing of JRA’s (Job Risk Assessments) and tool box talks prior to every evolution. I am fully conversant with the issuant of permits to work for working at height, hot work, cold work and confined space entry etc. I am conversant with the Code of safe working practices and various regulations such as LOLER. The vessel has been involved in various pipelines and heavy lift operations including 30 inch concrete coated pipeline and a 750 MT accommodation block installation. The vessel has worked in the Dubai, Ghana, Mexico and the United States.

Sept 2007-Feb 2011 Maersk Supply Service

Whilst with Maersk I was working as an engineering officer on DP2 AHTS vessels. The vessels I have served on are UMS vessels, engaged in Anchor Handling and Platform Supply work, and also underwater ploughing operations. The DP system operated is the K-pos. I have new build experience, undertaking all new build courses and worked alongside in the shipyard as the vessel was completed. I have experience of working in the North Sea, Brazil and Australia. The main machinery I have worked on during my time with Maersk is MAK Main Engines, Caterpillar Generators, Rolls Royce Thrusters and Winches. I have winch driving experience during anchor handling and towing operations, as well as knowledge of cargo systems including fuel, pot water and mud transfer to platforms. I have undertaken several courses during this time including, but not only, DP technical and Intro, Anchor Handling (including simulator training) MAK engines and Rolls Royce thrusters and propulsion.

June 2004-Sept 2007 Seacor Marine Offshore

Whilst working for this company, I was employed as an engineering officer in sole charge of an engineering watch for not less than 8 hours a day on a PSV’s. The vessels I served on during this time were employed in the North Sea. I gained experience in cargo systems during my time with seacor including fuel and pot water transfer to platforms. The main machinery I worked on was NOHAB Diesel Main Engines, Rolls Royce Main Engines and Caterpillar Generators.

April 1997-June 2004 Viking Offshore

Whilst working for this company I was employed as an engineering officer in sole charge of the watch for not less than 8 hours a day on ERRV’s. Previous to this I was employed as a motorman whilst working toward an NVQ level 3 in merchant vessel engineering, and subsequently gaining an Officer of the Watch (unlimited) ticket in engineering. The vessels I served on were employed in the North Sea. I worked on various engine types including Caterpillar, MAK, MAN, Polar, Volvo Penta and Schottel.

March 1995-April 1997 Charford Shipping/Vector Offshore

Whilst working for this company I was employed as a motorman/Un-certificated engineer. This company was my introduction to life offshore; I quickly outgrew the company and sought new challenges elsewhere. I worked on various engine types including, Mirlees Blackstone, Russel Newbury, Ruston, Rolls Royce.

Sept 1991- March 1995 Various

During this unproductive time in my career, I was employed in several jobs including stevedoring and general labouring.

Sept 1988-Sept 1991 Royal Navy

During this time I was an Artificer Apprentice working toward a BTEQ National Diploma in Marine engineering and also gaining workshop skills including Fitting and Turning, Copper-smithing, Sheet metal and Gas/Arc/Tig welding.

Recent Vessels

Maersk Logger DP2 using K-pos. 23500 BHP/17280KW. 6821 GRT

Maersk Advancer DP2 using K-pos. 23300 BHP/17280 6536 GRT

Maersk Asserter DP2 using K-pos 23500 BHP/17280. 6536 GRT

I worked on various engine types including, Mirlees Blackstone, Russel Newbury, Ruston, Rolls Royce.

Sept 1991- March 1995 Various

During this unproductive time in my career, I was employed in several jobs including stevedoring and general labouring.

Sept 1988-Sept 1991 Royal Navy

During this time I was an Artificer Apprentice working toward a BTEQ National Diploma in Marine engineering and also gaining workshop skills including Fitting and Turning, Copper-smithing, Sheet metal and Gas/Arc/Tig welding.

Recent Vessels

Maersk Logger DP2 using K-pos. 23500 BHP/17280KW. 6821 GRT

Maersk Advancer DP2 using K-pos. 23300 BHP/17280 6536 GRT

Maersk Asserter DP2 using K-pos 23500 BHP/17280. 6536 GRT