Offshore Construction Supervisor

Corporate Overview

Aker Solutions is a global provider of products, systems and services to the oil and gas industry. Its engineering, design and technology bring discoveries into production and maximize recovery. The company employs approximately 14,000 people in about 20 countries. Go to www.akersolutions.com for more information on our business, people and values.

Aker Solutions based in St. John's, NL, provides front end studies, engineering, asset integrity management, construction, procurement and project management for upstream oil and gas facilities. We need an experienced Offshore Construction Supervisor with strong leadership skills, ability to execute work safely and efficiently to strengthen our multi-discipline offshore construction.

Responsibilities and Tasks:

As construction supervisor, you will supervisor the preparation, execution and closeout of maintenance and modifications activities on offshore installations. Acting as a lead during the hands-on execution of work in the field, you will be required to adhere to client installation processes, specifications, offshore logistic constraints and revelant local regulations.

  • Review work pack requirements including materials, labour and operational requirements;

  • Assist in the completion of work pack documentation;

  • Assist in the administration of job progress, personnel and equipment timesheets;

  • Manage material and equipment movements;

  • Administer job specific work orders and notifications in SAP

  • Assist in the preparation and management of permit to work and safe job analysis documentations;

  • Coordinate with onshore and offshore personnel in the completion of site surveys and technical queries;

  • Development of site queries for any deviations against original scope

  • Assist in handover and commissioning activities.

  • Must have strong computer skills and become familiar with various computer applications required for management of materials, work progress, timesheets, etc.

Qualifications and Personal Qualities:

  • Technical diploma/Trade Certificate with a minimum 10 years of experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience;

  • Must complete mandatory safety training and meet qualifications required for work offshore;

  • Experience implementing, administering and managing multi-discipline construction/commissioning work activities offshore.

As an Offshore Construction Lead, the following behavioural competencies are required to effectively deliver results:

  • Working with People – Demonstrates an interest in and understanding of others; listens, consults with others and communicates proactively; develops and openly communicates self-insight.

  • Planning and Organizing – Sets clearly defined objectives; plans activities and projects well in advance and takes account of possible changing circumstances.

  • Presenting and Communicating Information – Speaks clearly and fluently; express opinions, information, and key points of an argument clearly; creates presentations and undertakes public speaking with skill and confidence.

  • Analyze Issues and Solve Problems – Gather the most important information; analyze, incorporate, and apply new information and concepts; recognize symptoms that indicate problems; make sound and timely decisions.

  • Delivering Results – Sets high standards for quality and quantity; consistently achieves set goals.

  • Leading and Supervising – Provides others with a clear direction; sets appropriate standards of behavior; delegates work appropriately and fairly.

  • Adapting and Responding to Change – Adapts to changing circumstances; accepts new ideas and change initiatives.

  • Relating and Networking – Establishes good relationships with customer and staff; relates well to people of all levels; manages conflict.

We Offer:

  • Competitive compensation and benefits
  • Good work/life balance
  • Positive work environment with challenging tasks
  • Development opportunities

Consistent with the Accords Act, residents of Newfoundland and Labrador specifically, and Canadians generally, who are qualified, will be given first consideration for training and employment.