Maritime and Operations Support Superintendent

Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea

Job Reference 1186518

Location Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea

Industry Oil & Gas - LNG

Function Marine Crew

Job Type Contract

Date Added March 17, 2023

Our client, a major Oil & Gas operator in Papua New Guinea, is looking for Maritime and Operations Support Superintendent to join their team on the PNG’s Second LNG Project on a contract basis.

Based in Port Moresby, the role will be on a rotational basis (5 weeks on 5 weeks off). The successful candidate will be responsible for operational activities in and outside Port Moresby, Maritime activities, Port Facilities and provide support to the Security Advisor as required. The role also covers liaison and deployment of Government security forces as required as well as management of associated security systems and procedures.
This role requires a person to be a competent security professional that maintains the highest levels of integrity and confidentiality, high personal standards, fluent English speaking and will take command and control of a situation with elevated risk or an emergency incident. This role requires the person to undertake ad-hoc travel between Port Moresby and outlying operations and work extended hours in remote and potentially hostile environments during times of elevated risk.

  • Assists and supports the Security Advisor for all outlying operations.
  • Responsible for Maritime security activities and Port facility security requirements.
  • Develop, implement Maritime security plan.
  • Establish information networks essential to Maritimes Operations, liaising with key stakeholders, Police command, Intelligence networks and industry-based colleagues to provide current and relevant information for Senior Management.
  • Maintain timely communications with Senior Management of incidents or developments that may result in personal injuries, interference with operations or that may cause property loss.
  • Provide recommendations to the Security Advisor to protect company's personnel and its assets, to minimize exposure to security or other related risks.
  • Identify security technical solutions and relevant processes to improve security efficiency.
  • Provides guidance and support to other department’s personnel, contractor personnel and visitors, being a conduit for Security Management to ensure open and timely communications.
  • Deliver security briefings, inductions and training as required.
  • Implement, manage, oversee, and review training in relation maritime activities, Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights (VPSHR) to ensure personnel, Contractors, Government security forces and visitors are aligned and comply.
  • Prepares weekly reports and any other ad-hoc reports when requested by the management.
  • Interface with community leaders and members of those communities providing proactive information on security activities that support operations within their areas.
  • Performs regular Service Quality Meeting (SQM) with contractors.
  • Act as Team Commander during any security related crisis as per Contingency Plans in his perimeter.
Qualifications & Experience
  • Tertiary qualification in security and risk management  
  • Minimum 10 years’ experience in security, law enforcement or military operations
  • Minimum 5 years Supervision experience in security operations with multi facet teams in resource or industrial sectors
  • Microsoft Office skills, including the Word, Excel, Power-point.
  • Knowledge of international ship and port facility security (ISPS) code
  • Possess strong influencing and negotiation skills and the ability to develop and maintain constructive relationships with management, team members, peers, Government Security Forces, and other external agencies
  • Demonstrate strong conceptual skills, and capable of developing lateral and practical solutions
  • Manage multiple projects and tasks at the same time
  • Conduct studies and collect data to detect sources of loss and risks
  • Organize and interpret field data and identify necessary corrections
  • Prepare clear, concise, and accurate investigative and narrative reports
  • Maintain records, and prepare reports and correspondence related to the security risks, crimes, and incidents
If this sounds like you, we want to hear from you. APPLY NOW!
*Due to large volume of applications received, we will contact ONLY the shortlisted candidates. If you do not hear from us after two weeks of the closing date, please consider your application has not made into shortlist. However, we will keep your CV for future reference. Application closes on the 21st of March 2023.

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