Senior Cargo Operator Job at WTS Energy

WTS Energy provides recruitment and manpower services for the global oil
and gas and energy industries. We supply engineers and consultants to
our clients’ projects and operations, and perform employment outsourcing
services such as workforce management in oil and gas regions around the

world. WTS Energy operates globally with offices in 14 countries and is
operational in over 50 countries.

WTS Energy is recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Senior Cargo Operator 
Job Description

  • To assist CSUP acting as Cargo Operator, executing watches in CCR:
  • To be familiar with Cargo and Ballast Operation:

As the unit Cargo Operator he is responsible during his watch for:

  • To be familiar with rules, regulations and work procedures applicable to the task to be executed.
  • Monitoring,
    controlling and logging imported and produced oil loading and
    distribution onboard as instructed by the CSUP or by the OIM
  • Familiar with the Permit to Work System
  • Monitoring, controlling and executing export oil discharge as instructed by CSUP
  • Monitoring, controlling and executing ballast operations as instructed by CSUP
  • Monitoring, controlling fiscal metering unit operation during export oil discharge
  • Monitoring and Controlling unit trim, draft and hull stresses
  • Monitoring and recording all safety equipment alarms received in the CCR
  • Radio Communication with the Process Deck as applicable
  • Radio Communication with the Export Tanker as applicable
  • Radio communication with the Export Tanker as applicable
  • Radio communication with the supply boats as applicable
  • Act as HLO Assistant when needed
  • Boat traffic and supply operations are well controlled, carried out efficiently and safely
  • Maintaining CCR Logbook and storage tank status records
  • Control people movement

  • Have approved seagoing service of not less than one year as part
    of an approved training programme, including on board training. This
    training must meet the requirements of section A-ii/1 of the STCW code
    and be documented in an approved training record book. Otherwise the
    seafarer must have approved seagoing service of not less than 36 months
  • Have
    performed, during the required seagoing service, bridge watch keeping
    duties under the supervision of the master or a qualified deck officer
    for a period not less than 6 months
  • Meet the applicable
    requirements of the regulations in chapter IV(GMDSS) as appropriate for
    performing designated radio duties in accordance with the Radio
  • Have completed approved education and training and
    meet the standard of competence specified in section A-II/1 of the STCW
    code and
  • Meet the standard of competence specified in section
    A-VI/1 paragraph 2, section A-VI/2 paragraphs 1 to 4, section A-VI/3
    paragraphs 1 to 4 and section A- VI/4 paragraphs 1 to 3 of the STCW code
  • Very good English written and spoken
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