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Position: Drilling Supervisor (Night)
Drilling Supervisor – Offshore, Conoco Phillips
Leading offshore Drilling, Completion and Abandonment activities for a specific Drilling Rig/ Unit per applicable COP and Wells Controlling Documents
Accountability & End Result:
HSE and Q
Operations Planning, Well Execution, AAR and Wrap up phases of the CoP Wells Business Process
Knowledge / synergy and experience transfer
Schedule & Cost performance
Regulatory and corporate policy compliance
Assigned roles, responsibilities, procedures and other:
Position requires competency/experience as defined for "head of department" in OLF 024 Guidelines
Lead Offshore Drilling Teams during the Well Execution Phases, acting and performing in a professional manner – inspiring others to act and perform in a similar manner.
Be a Safety, Health and Environmental Champion, i.e. demonstrating safety awareness, respect for the environment and compliance of procedures and policies.
Be an Effective Communicator, i.e. provide clear, concise information to other personnel.
Ensure rig operations are conducted in accordance with applicable program/ procedures and that safe work practices always are followed. Stop operations, take “Time out” or conduct a SJA as required to ensure safety and risks are acceptable.
Handover with Supervisor of opposite and in rotation shift.
Have status/ coordination meeting with Drilling Contractor & Service Companies (Morning for Day Supervisor, evening for Night Supervisor).
Conduct morning meeting with base office.
Report operational activities in WellView accordingly.
Report in SAP; requisitions, non-conformance, rig inspections, actions related to SAP tasks. Reporting non-conformance for deviations in SAP as required.
Support and follow up on experience transfer, verification of personnel training and competency, etc.
Update and issue manning plan.
Update inventory lists.
Update operations plan in MOPS (MaxWell).
Update the RiskIt during operations according to procedure 6481.
Process "Work Permits/ Applications" as required by platform specific requirements.
Participates in planning/ coordination meetings and act as Multiple Activity Coordinator as required by platform specific requirements.
Manage an overview on rig rate allocations (ops., standby, repair, Trouble, etc.) as per contract definition.
Call out personnel, services and materials as required to support operational plans.
Maintain necessary inventory of rental equipment on board – back-load what is not required.
Support Transport Dept. and the Logistics coordinator to optimize logistics and supply boat traffic.
Report First Alert Incidents per WO-009
Be an active supporter/facilitator for the safety in all job executions.
Assure that all new personnel conduct Safety On Board (SOB) Training, Part 1 & 2, and that all personnel (incl. temp. replacement) involved in operations are competent and trained for their work tasks.
Report incidents and well kicks according to procedure 4743 and 4742.
Support and participate in weekly HES meetings.
Conduct/ participate in regular rig inspections
Required competency (education, knowledge/experience & skills):
Master/Petroleum Engineer Degree or relevant education or experience (min 5 years of experience as offshore supervisor within Wells
Provides direction to the offshore crew
Define/drives critical business opportunities & needs
Exercises power responsibly/ALM
Obtains essential resources
Represents the organization on critical strategic issues
Less than 1 Year
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