Hiring: Offshore Drilling Supervisor (Day and Night shift)
Have a minimum experience of fifteen (15) years.
Be IWCF qualified.
Have a minimum of five (5) years’ experience as offshore Drilling Supervisor working on drilling rigs supervising drilling and well services operations.
Assist the Abandonment Team by:
Reports to the Drilling Superintendent. Represents the company at the well site, in dealing with and overseeing the daily operations of the drilling contractor engaged in drilling and completion of a well.
Ensures adequate control and supervision of operations is achieved.
Keep an inventory of rental material on the rig and send a daily update to the Ops Engineer.
Prepare end of well material reconciliation and all associated documentation for all wells in a timely manner.
Supervises the logistics coordinator to ensure that equipment is being inventoried properly and the paper work required is prepared accurately.
Is responsible for the preparation of site specific HSE requirements in liaison with Drilling Contractor HSE rep
Ensures that all work is done efficiently, safely, and in accordance with approved Drilling Manual, established company practices and procedures, applicable laws and government rules and regulations.
Issues instructions to service companies for work required and monitors the operations to ensure compliance.
Monitors the rig activity and plans for the timely arrival of personnel, materials, equipment and services at the rig.
Issues instructions in emergency situations. Conducts emergency drills, BOP drills, etc. as often as deemed necessary, at least once per week.
In conjunction with the Drilling Superintendent, plans for the timely arrival of required personnel, materials, equipment and services at the wellsite. Prepares material requisitions for items as required.
Personally inspects all tools for size and pressure rating on arrival at the rig site. Assures that the proper tools and back-ups, if required, are available on location and ready for use. Ensures that every piece of equipment that enters the hole is measured and that the drillstring length is accurately known.
Recommends ways to reduce cost and improve safety. Cost analysis and / or breakeven analysis should be prepared whenever applicable.
Maintains current cost control records of wellsite expenditures.
Participates with the Drilling Engineer and Drilling Superintendent in revising / editing the drilling prognosis whenever necessary.
Ensures that the operations are properly documented on the Tour Report and the Daily Drilling Report. Prepares transfer documents, receiving documents, LOT spreadsheet / graphs, casing and cementing reports, cementing plug reports, casing tallies, BHAs, etc to ensure well records are accurate.
Responsible for the entire wellsite drilling operations. Senior authority for all personnel on the rig site.
Personally investigates accidents, incidents and equipment failures that occur on wellsite. Supports Contractor Loss Control/HSE Rep.