The LoF Lead is responsible for developing, planning and executing planned and unplanned maintenance activities on customer-owned equipment to ensure the equipment and tooling are within certification, ready for mobilisation and will operate/function as intended to support customer's onshore or offshore operations.
The LoF Lead is the single point of contact with the customer for LoF scope. The LoF Lead works with customer representatives, liaises with Shop & Warehouse team and support functions (Engineering, Sourcing, Quality, Doc Control, Logistics, etc) to execute all scope and activities as agreed with the customer.
During Stage 1, the LoF Lead is responsible for establishing Life of Field program and activities for customer-owned equipment. This includes defining LoF scope and then establishing maintenance activities specific to LoF requirements, as well as setting up the Asset Management system to support LoF activities.
During Stage 2, the LoF Lead is responsible for executing and delivering agreed LoF maintenance activities.
Supporting onshore or offshore operations
Throughout Stage 1 and 2, the LoF Lead will be responsible for mobilisation and demobilisation of personnel, equipment, tooling and spares, to support customer's onshore or offshore campaigns. These can be planned or ad-hoc requirements.
Ensure Oracle Equipment Management module is kept up to date and accurate (e.g. quantities, locations, owning entity, etc).
Roll out and operationalise engageSubsea specific to customer-owned equipment. Interface with customer representatives as required.
Maintain an accurate customer-owned spare inventory list.
Provide recommended spare requirements to support customer's upcoming activities.
Generate look-ahead on in-storage maintenance activities.
Work with customer to agree on upcoming maintenance scope.
Identify resources and order parts/tooling as required.
Liaise with Shop team to carry out maintenance and follow up as necessary until completion.
Ensure relevant documentation is updated, signed off and stored in a structured manner for future reference.
Actively lead and participate in HSE, Integrity and Quality initiatives.
Ensure certifications are up-to-date such as Lifting gear, PRV's, Ex, etc.
Ensure logs are up-to-date such as cycle count, etc.
Work with Project Controller on forecasting, revenue/cost tracking and any other commercial aspects related to LoF activities.
Support the team for relevant internal and external audits e.g. HSE, Quality audits, inventory counts, etc.
Generate reports as required to support LoF activities.
Minimum 12 years working experience both onshore and offshore in the oil and gas industry specifically in the Subsea, Services or IMR.
- Excellent communication skills at all levels within the organisation, both internally and externally. Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain good customer relationship.
- Baker Hughes Subsea Equipment product knowledge highly advantageous. Familiar with Industry Standards such as Australian Standards, DNV / Offshore Lifting Standards, Ex requirements, etc.
- Proven ability to manage and lead in a dynamic situation where changes are frequent as driven by offshore operations. Well adapted to matrix & fast paced environment. Ability to work against tight deadlines under pressure.
- Highly organised with attention to details. Familiar with Oracle.
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