The Pilot II will be responsible for following QHSE, and Offshore / Onshore Operations as per TFMC Procedures and OPS Manual for the ROV Services division. This individual is responsible for performing maintenance, repair, and safe efficient execution of ROV operational tasks. This includes but is not limited to; assisting with various documentation, mobilization, and installation, and operation of ROV Services with TFMC's respective customers, and other duties as required by Supervisor / Superintendent.
POSITION DESCRIPTION:RESPONSIBILITIES: This position is responsible for• To assist with ROV operations as instructed and in accordance with approved procedures and TFMC QHSES Policy & Objectives.• To complete, as requested, daily documentation and produce accurate detailed reports as well as project deliverables.• To perform ROV system maintenance in compliance with TechnipFMC schedules.• Assist with system stock control.• To perform Corrective and Equipment Breakdown reporting.• To maintain good housekeeping in and around ROV work area• To carry out tasks deemed within candidates capability/competency as requested by Supervisor / Superintendent• Assist with the Launch and Recovery of the ROV system.
REQUIREMENTS: • High School diploma or equivalent• Typically 1+ years’ ROV industry experience in a similar role, in addition to 4+ years’ in trade backgrounds. • Valid Driver’s license and Passport for travel required• Ability to obtain Industry Standard Offshore Certificates• Ability to pass or obtain Offshore Medical• Ability to obtain TWIC• Ability to work remotely with limited to no supervision• Knowledge of Schilling product line• Operational knowledge of hydraulic / mechanical / electrical / electronic systems and applications• Knowledge of O365 applications• Experience with ROV Operations • Possesses a service oriented business mentality• Organizational skills as well as the ability to effectively communicate in English• Ability to work in a team-oriented environment is critical• Understanding and communication within diverse cultural environments is critical• Willing and able to work in an offshore environment in excess of 200 days a year
RELATIONSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES:This position does not have any direct or indirect reports.
WORK ENVIRONMENT:The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.WORK ENVIRONMENT • Work is primarily in the field environment including offshore drilling and production platforms, installation vessels and international locations.• Work is outside and conditions are dependent on the elements (heat, cold, wet, etc.).• May be exposed to possible hazards including working with high-pressure equipment, high noise, inclement weather, chemicals, pressure testing, heavy lift operations and shop/field traffic. • This position is often required to be performed in high noise areas and is often completed in a very dirty environment.• Must be able to work varied schedule with extended hours.PHYSICAL DEMANDS• Very physical job requiring frequent lifting, pushing, pulling, bending, stooping, and climbing.• Uses mechanical hand tools including all types of manual wrenches and many types of power tools driven by hydraulics, electronics and pneumatics.