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From oil fields and pipelines to refineries, power stations and manufacturing plants, we are helping businesses around the world to improve the safety, reliability and performance of their assets as they tackle some of the largest and most complex challenges in the commercial world.
With a global network of Lloydâ€™s Register specialists in 238 locations, we are uniquely placed to advise at any stage of the supply chain and throughout an assetâ€™s life cycle. This range of expertise, together with our independent status, integrity and expert asset knowledge, has won us the trust of leading businesses from across the energy sector.
The Compliance and Engineering Services Department (CESD) provides certification, classification and verification services to the oil and gas industry. These services provide evidence of conformity with: regulatory requirements (certification); Lloydâ€™s Registerâ€™s Rules (classification); and duty holderâ€™s schemes (verification). The process includes design appraisal, survey at manufacturersâ€™ sites and commissioning. We require a Team Lead to provide day to day management to deliver an effective commercial service, assessing complex problems for external clients where parameters are not well defined and finding solutions where previous experience does not provide any precedent.
There may be a requirement to travel offshore and overseas, sometimes at short notice. Job Responsibilities:
Reporting to the Compliance Operations Manager, the role will involve:
â€¢Providing proactive leadership and mentoring to surveyors with CESD Operations Group
â€¢Contributing to the management of the CESD Operations Group
â€¢Providing technical assistance/advice, as requested, to Energy surveyors in other operating regions.
â€¢Surveying Safety Critical systems on fixed and floating offshore installations
â€¢Surveying equipment manufacturers works for both verification and certification requirements
â€¢Conducting audits of Duty Holderâ€™s assurance process to ensure that Safety Critical systems are being adequately maintained.
â€¢Control of â€˜management of changeâ€™ processes for a variety of clients.
â€¢Understanding and interpreting UK offshore legislation
â€¢Understanding the basic principles of risk management and interpreting an offshore installation safety case
â€¢Preparing performance standards and written schemes of examination
â€¢Providing good control of assigned work, including communicating with clients, financial control and timely and accurate reporting Job Requirements:
- Degree qualified engineer.
- Experience of class, statutory and industrial surveys with a working knowledge of International Codes and Standards applicable to the Engergy Business Stream.
- A proven track record of relevant experience.
- Strategic Thinking; Recognises how own work contributes to their team.
- Change Management Skills; Understands the need for change and is able to adapt own independent specialist role/team working processes in order to accommodate such change.
- Inspirational/ Motivational Skills; Demonstrates self-motivation to achieve own performance objectives.
Technically strong, with good communication skills and a willingness to find solutions, the role requires confidence in making decisions, sometimes under pressure, and an understanding of the commercial aspects of the work.