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The ROV Tooling Technician is responsible for the maintenance and operation of the assigned ROV tooling systems and equipment. They are responsible for ensuring that all ROV tooling tasks defined in the work scope are performed in
accordance with internal and external requirements and that relevant Company documentation is completed.

All personnel are expected to contribute to creating a positive HSEQ culture within Subsea 7 and ensure familiarity with and
adherence to local HSEQ codes and practices. This will include, but not be limited to:

 Actively reporting all undesired events and safety observations using the Safety Observation system and Undesired Events Report system.
 Actively reporting non-conformances using the Non-Conformance Report (NCR) system.
 Actively reporting and managing any unsafe act, condition or procedure or environmental unsafe acts and
conditions to the Chief Officer so that action can be taken to manage or minimise any and all risk.

All personnel are also expected to contribute to creating a culture of ethics and integrity within Subsea 7 and ensure
familiarity with and adherence to our Code of Conduct.

Generic Key Responsibilities & Activities
 Take direction from the ROV Tooling Supervisor and other senior ROV personnel as applicable.
 Preparation of Task Plans as directed by the ROV Tooling Supervisor.
 Participate in development, familiarisation and debriefing sessions prior to mobilisation/ demobilisation.
 Participate in specific projects/work tasks as required.
 Attend company base to undertake preparation or repair work on ROV tooling systems prior to and/or upon completion of offshore operations.
 Ensure the ROV tooling operations are executed within the constraints of the ROV Operational / Safety Procedures as guided by senior personnel.
 Operate within the Code of Conduct
 Operate according to Subsea 7's Management Principles
 Work within the parameters of responsibility outlined for the vessel in the Vessel Authority Matrix
 Support standards and procedures for the ROV Function
 For level of authority see Expenditure and Authorisation Specification'

 Completion of valid IMCA (or equivalent) ROV Certificate necessary for the specific geographical area of work
 Minimum College-level qualification in Electrical / Mechanical / Electronic / Hydraulics Engineering or equivalent
 Internal course on operation and maintenance of the Tooling equipment including permanently or semi permanently equipment installed on the system e.g. manipulator/toolskid.
 Valid offshore medical suitable for geographical area of work
 Valid offshore survival suitable for geographical area of work
 Attendance at PASS School induction and other company familiarisation prior to mobilisation
 Compliance with the Subsea 7 Competence Assurance Assessment Programme (CAAP)

This Job Capsule must not be interpreted as a complete summary of job responsibilities or limitation of job holder accountability. The Job Holder may be required to perform any other necessary duties within their experience and
capabilities from time to time. In some circumstances individual employees may have a detailed Role Profile outlining their specific tasks and accountabilities. Such Role Profiles will be based upon the Job Capsule.

This role profile should be recognised as a general requirement of experience combined with attributes considered advantageous to the successful operation of Subsea 7 activities.

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