- The Radar /Radio Operator will be responsible for the surveillance monitoring of the maritime situations in and around the Field.
- He reports to the Maritime Security Advisor/Port Facility Security Officer/Marine Ops Manager while carrying out the following duties:
- Maintain all round radar surveillance of the common Field 10Nm radius of the FPSO
- Monitor the field security layout under the responsibility of the OIM/RSES
- Observe and report the Maritime traffic situations around the field
- Provide appropriate challenge and response for effective security interventions
- Monitor and assign sporting sectors for effective security cover and patrols
- Operates the radio link between the shore/air/sea and the FPSO
- Performs radio watch, and ensures transmittals of ingoing and outgoing messages
- Monitor helicopter arrival/despatch operations to/from base station and metrological information
- Any other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the MSA/PFSO
- Operate the surveillance radar and perform 12 hourly radar watch (2 watch system)
- Maintain periodic radio checks with the security boats and working vessels in the field
- Direct incoming and outgoing traffics through assigned sector of approaches
- Maintain accurate log of Maritime situations and interventions in the field.
- Take active part in the field security drills and exercises
- Operates the communication equipment when required (ex: emergency)
- Stand by radio, emission of outgoing messages, as instructed by the Marine Superintendent/MOM
- Liaises with helicopter(s) and all field vessels’ spread
- Receives and communicates to the MOM and/or Marine Superintendent any incoming messages related to their area of operations
- Any other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the Marine Superintendent/MOM
- Maintain continuous awareness of hazards and surroundings and propose ways of improvement.
- Encourage culture of HSE among team members by prompt anomaly reporting and close out.
- Comply with office security, health and safety rules, instructions and procedures.
- Take care of colleagues’ safety and behaviour without hesitating to intervene decisively
Context and Environment
- Rotation status: 2 weeks on / 2 weeks off (B2B). Offshore environment – working in the context of a maritime environment with rapidly changing security situations and increasing risks of piracy, kidnapping and sabotage/attacks on Oil and Gas Installations/assets by armed groups
- Maritime Situational Awareness
- Application of Security Plans and Procedures including quarterly security drills
- Security anomaly, surveillance and patrol reports
- Monitoring and checking of offshore security systems and equipment.
- Minimum one year of experience as a radio operator
- Radar/ARPA/AIS Training with excellent operating experience
- GMDSS General Operators Certificate is desirable
- CAA Radio Operators Certificate or Equivalent (VHF Air band Operator)
- CAA Offshore Meteorological Observer Certificate or equivalent is an advantage
- Proficient with Microsoft Office and Excel software
- Good BOSIET and Medical Certificate
- Language: English.