Gurban Abasov Company representative and RSES (day shift)
 
JOB TITLE: Gurban Abasov Company representative and RSES (day shift)
EMPLOYER: Joint Operating Company of Absheron Petroleum DUTY STATION: Azerbaijan
PUBLISHED: 2020-07-08 LAST UPDATED: N/A DEADLINE: 2020-08-07

DIVISION: PROJECT
DEPARTMENT: CONSTRUCTION
JOB TITLE (JOB HOLDER): GA Gurban Abasov/DBA Company Representative and RSES (day shift)

SITUATION IN ORGANIZATION

Position to report : Construction Lead
Contract duration: 2 years
Present job holder : new recruitment

JOB DIMENSIONS / CONTEXT

Absheron Early Production Scheme (EPS) is an early development phase to target a first gas production mid-2022.
The Full Field Development studies have started based on the promising results of EPS well ABD001.
JOCAP Joint Operating Company of Absheron Petroleum is a new Company created in March 2018, which is the Operator of
Absheron from August 2018.
Absheron development reference agreements are PSA, JOA and addendums.
EPS Project technical data:
152Mscf/d of gas, 12kbbl/d of condensate; production from 1 subsea well, 34km multiphase flowline, dedicated new platform installed at Oil Rocks field (operated by SOCAR); WHSIP = 555bar, WHFP = 380bar.

ACTIVITIES / ACCOUNTABILITIES

The job holder’s overall responsibility is to monitor the Installation of the Oil Rocks Receiving Facilities in order to ensure that all
the Installation activities are performed safely and efficiently and in line with Company objectives.

The job holder is accountable for demonstrating an exemplary behaviour with regard to HSSE rules & requirements, to the Company
Ethics and “Code of Conduct” policy and for implementing and controlling these rules and requirements within his area of
responsibility. He shall respect the JOCAP Code of Conduct and Maintain ethical culture at the workplace.

Supervise and coordinates the preparation of the vessel operations:
 Prior to Barge/Vessel mobilization, assist Platform Project Team onshore for documentation review and preparation (procedures, drawings, SIMOPS/COMOPS dossier, etc.).
 Verify consistency and completeness of vessel compliance dossier and implantation of all corrective measures.
 Review and validate offshore ITPs.
 Supervise vessel trials and pre-operation tests and specific vessel preparation.
 Verify completeness of the vessel mobilization.
 Verify readiness of the vessel and the equipment before staring any operations.
 Assist onshore base to establish the Company personnel rotation plan to cover the vessel campaign, as required.
 Participates to HAZID/HIRA/JSA for activities involving the Barge/Vessel, as required.
 Verify completeness and consistency of the dossier of deliverables/documents/procedures applicable/required for the job.
 Verify completeness and consistency of all SIMOPS/COMOPS required for dedicated operations and coordinate with Operations for any SIMOPS/COMOPS purpose.
Monitor the operations executed by Contractor with the dedicated vessel:
 Raise Offshore Contractual Certificates (such as Ready For Installation Certificate) prior and after offshore operations.
 Company focal point for day to day activity on board the installation vessel.
 Report outcomes of daily vessel operations meeting held with Contractor.
 Coordination of the work of the Company team on board (Company Night Representative, Welding/NDT/Coating Inspectors, Structure/PVV/E&I Supervisors and any other specialists that may be required for the SOW)
Ensure that safety remains the main priority at all times by checking that Contractor HSE practices are acceptable, that proper measures and procedures are being implemented by everyone concerned, and that all risks are evaluated and planned for by the Contractor.
 Monitor that the work is performed in accordance with industry best practices and project specifications.
 Identify deficiencies and develop solutions to assist Contractor to achieve the objectives of the project.
 Check that the planning schedule is adhered to and report on any major deviations from it to the Construction Lead, suggesting solutions.
 Identify critical activities and potential bottlenecks for the progress of the works.
 Establish and maintain effective working relations with Contractor to ensure that Company objectives are met.
 Ensure that all technical, contractual and cost information is properly recorded, collated and available for inspection and reference.
 Record facts related to potential or issued COR Change Order Requests.
 Monitor that the Contractor’s equipment, personnel and other resources are sufficient and mobilised and demobilised in good time.
 Monitor the management of material supplied by the contractor for the works.
 Monitor progress of the works and report to the Construction Lead daily.
 Prepare or help to prepare reports for company as required.
 Supervise Company personnel rotation plan to cover the vessel campaign and coordinate Company personnel transfers.
Is Company focal point in case of an emergency on board the vessel and ensures proper implementation of the emergency response procedures as required.
 Ensure operations are carried out in strict accordance with the Contract requirements and approved procedures.
 Verify, validate and report any stand-by including weather stand-by.
 Manage and coordinate MWS Marine Warranty Surveyor services activities on-board vessel.
 Prepare comprehensive and complete Hand-over for his back to back.
The job holder may also be required to assist other Company stakeholders (URF package and Field Operations) with regards to
the above activities in connection with the offshore installation of the new receiving facilities.

HSE RESPONSIBILITIES

 Comply with the Activities described within the HSE Management System
 Take reasonable care of own Health and Safety and that of Others who may be affected by their acts at work
 Know responsibilities to environmental issues in the work areas
 Each employee, at his level of responsibility, must observe all Company Rules, Procedures and instructions in the performance of his own task
As such his duties and areas of authority are:
 Follow HSE instructions given by Managers and supervisory personnel
 Assure of the safety of his work site before commencing work
 Take the necessary measures to avert immediate threat of danger
 Exercise such caution as is necessary to avoid danger to persons and installations or to avoid pollution
 Use tools, equipment and their safeguards correctly
 Use the provided means of personal protection correctly
 Leave the workplace behind correct and orderly, upon job completion – enforce the Company Clean Desk policy
 Report any anomaly, abnormal conditions and near miss to supervisor
 Participate actively in HSE meetings, safety talks, tool boxes, training sessions and drills
 Co-operate actively in the execution of the HSE plans
Authority to suspend activities when there is a potential or actual threat to human life, the installation or the environment, and notify forthwith the responsible supervisor

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

 Evidence at least 20 years’ experience in oil and gas offshore installation, including but not limited to :
- at least 10 years’ experience in a management role in oil and gas offshore installation
- at least 10 years’ experience in the context of large offshore oil and gas international projects
 Familiar and proven experience (minimum of 5 years) with RSES roles for similar positions
 Good understanding of the contractual relationships involved
 Good knowledge of Company General Specifications referential and International codes/standards related to offshore installation
 Fluent in English, Azerbaijani language highly recommended, Russian language recommended

Interested applicants should submit their CV in English to joc-abd.hr@jocap.az
Please indicate the name of the position you are applying for in the subject line of the email. Otherwise your candidacy will not be considered.

Deadline for applications – 08th August, 2020.

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