Fleet HR Officer (Crewing support)
About SBM Offshore:
The Company’s main activities are the design, supply, installation, operation and life extension of Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessels. These are either owned and operated by SBM Offshore and leased to its clients or supplied on a turkey sale bases. Other products include: semi-submersibles, TLPs, FPSO LNGs, turret mooring systems, brownfield, offshore (off)loading terminals and most recently solutions for renewable energy. With an operating fleet of 14 FPSOs, two FSOs, one MOPU and one semi-submersible in operation worldwide at year end and almost 300 years of cumulative FPSO operational experience within the industry, the Company is considered a market leader in providing leased production floating systems.
SBM Offshore employees’ total 4,250 and are spread over five regional centers, 10 operational shore bases and the offshore fleet of vessels. Group companies employ over 4,750 people worldwide, which include 500 working for the joint venture construction yards
Fleet HR Officer Role
As crewing support you must ensure that the crew is correctly certified in line with the applicable regulatory and contractual obligations.
This you must accomplish through execution of the crewing processes and functioning as the initial contact point for general crewing queries.
In order to achieve accurate records and timely administration of crewing lifecycle processes YOU ARE TO:
1.1. Verify invoices related to crew costs including crew expenses
1.2. Act as a candidate researcher and support the recruitment process
1.3. Administrate the appraisal process for the crew
In order to maintain collaboration with peers and stakeholders YOU ARE TO:
2.1. Work with the Talent & Development department on a continuous basis to ensure timely revalidation and record keeping of certificates takes place
2.2. Align with peers to ensure the global crewing processes are consistent
2.3. Escalate concerns and non-conformities to the applicable crewing specialists
2.4. Be the focal point for crew and shared services with regards to the daily transactions
In order to be compliant with local, international and Flag state regulations with regards to crewing YOU ARE TO:
3.1. Be the focal point for administration of crewing endorsements for Flag state
3.2. To become aware and knowledgeable of relevant legislation i.e. Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW), International Maritime Organization (IMO), Flag state
3.3. Maintain clear, relevant and verifiable records to ensure all applicable crews are certified to work offshore
Duration of the contract: 6 months