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The ROV Pilot Technician Grade I assists with ROV operations and performs maintenance, preparations and repair of the ROV system as directed by the ROV Supervisor/Submersible Engineer. They will communicate effectively with the other team members and will be capable of piloting the ROV in a broad range of operational circumstances. They can act as data recorder / observer as required and must be able to navigate and operate the ROV without supervision as well as performing manipulator duties. They will be knowledgeable in ROV control, navigation and propulsion systems and the Company's documentation systems and requirements.

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 minimize 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
              Responsible for the proper performance of all tasks assigned to them by the ROV
Supervisor/Submersible Engineer during ROV operations.
              Responsible for being familiar with the relevant parts of the Subsea 7 Management system, project documentation, with special attention to Project and Customer supplied tools and work scope.
              Attend base to undertake preparation or repair work on assigned ROV system prior to, and/or upon completion of, offshore operations
              Undertake pre and post dive checks on the ROV system.
              Assist during launch and recovery of the ROV.
              Undertake ROV operations in accordance with Operating Procedures to ensure that the work is completed safely and efficiently to both the ROV Supervisors' and the client's satisfaction.
              Ensure that the necessary documentation is completed for the operations being undertaken as detailed in ROV operating procedures or Project specific procedures.
              Carry out maintenance on the system as directed by the ROV Submersible Engineer or Supervisor.
              Briefing the Client's representative fully on the operational capability and limitations of the relevant ROV and associated equipment.

              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 Authorization 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
              Comprehensive understanding of Subsea Operations
              Minimum 180 days experience and 100 hours piloting as ROV Pilot/Technician Grade II
              Internal course on operation and maintenance of the ROV system in question including permanently or semi permanently equipment installed on the system e.g. manipulator/tool skid.
              IMCA logbook with appropriate entries and satisfactorily completed company assessments
              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 familiarization prior to mobilization
              Compliance with the Subsea 7 Competence Assurance Assessment Program (CAAP) 

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