The Marine Operations Coordinator reports to the Marine Supervisor. Personnel in this position will work closely with terminal operators and technicians performing daily Marine activities within the plant to include those listed below.
Must have a working practical knowledge of all facets of LNG (or other cryogenic hydrocarbon liquids) transportation, cargo transfer, storage and processing. A high level of safety awareness and knowledge of applicable Coast Guard and marine design regulations, including LNG is required. A working practical knowledge of design, operation and maintenance of equipment and systems within an LNG or petrochemical marine facility is required.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
- 1. Conducts daily dock and ship support operations supporting a 24/7 LNG Plant and Marine Terminal environment where conscientious compliance to policy, procedures, safety, and dedication is essential.
- 2. Monitors controls and standards to ensure safe and efficient marine LNG operations and adherence to approved policies, procedures, government regulations and shipping protocols associated with general marine operations and marine LNG operations.
- 3. Promotes safety and environmental compliance by ensuring that all safety and environmental policies and procedures are enforced.
- 4. Assists in coordinating arrival and departure of LNGCs at the terminal.
- 5. Assists in the daily dock operations including:
- · Ship berthing/unberthing, line handling and general loading dock safety supervisor duty.
- · Gangway deployment.
- · Connecting communication cables and set up of mooring lines Tension Monitoring Monitor.
- · Monitor and provide an overview of all Marine Operations for records and reports purposes.
- 6. Monitors daily dredge and/or bathymetric survey activities as directed during such events.
- 7. Interacts with all the plant departments concerning marine issues.
- 8. Communicates with and coordinates marine-related and/or other company activities, as assigned, with federal, state and local agencies and outside organizations such as the United States Coast Guard, Department of Transportation, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and local law enforcement as directed.
- 9. Conducts or otherwise participates in periodic Bathymetric surveys of Berth and Construction Dock Basins as directed.
QUALIFICATIONS (EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS):
- 1. Education and Certifications: Bachelor or Associate degree in engineering, marine or other relevant technical discipline or acceptable equivalent work experience.
- 2. Experience: At least five (5) years working in a port and/or shipboard environment in a position having direct participation in relevant areas of technical/engineering and management of marine shipping and/or tugboat activities. Experience with LNG or other cryogenic hydrocarbon liquids and associated systems is preferred; however petrochemical (either shipboard or terminal) operational experience may be considered acceptable.
- 3. Skills:
a) Leadership and good administrative abilities are required.
b) An acute sensitivity to safety issues in a hazardous environment.
c) Strong written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to communicate effectively at all levels of an organization and with individuals and groups from different disciplines, industries and governmental agencies.
d) Organized and able to prioritize and manage multiple activities and programs in a timely manner and with a high degree of accuracy.
e) Strong problem solving and analytical skills.
f) Articulate public speaker, able to create and confidently deliver industry-specific presentations.
g) Competent with using computers, particularly in everyday use of standard office applications such as Microsoft Office Suite (including Word, Outlook, Excel, Access and PowerPoint).