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FFSD Scaffolding Supervisor H/F at SPIE – Apply Now

FFSD Scaffolding Supervisor H/F

Job description

  • Responsible for management of a trade specific team of skilled technicians providing support services for planned and unplanned Site scaffolding activities

Reports to the Shutdown Supervisor

  • Responsible for the respect of design & calculation of scaffold to be erected following location, loads, positions …
  • Provides technical knowledge, expertise and supervision for erecting, dismantling, of scaffolds
  • Verifies that all procedures, specifications and standards are followed
  • Inspects scaffolding erection prior use
  • Manages interventions using the CMMS and check intervention reports in this CMMS and write the technical
    reports related to his activity field
  • Assists the planning team by giving any technical support for preparation of the jobs in his discipline
  • In charge to manage, monitor and maintain the scaffolding materials stored on site and ensures that all scaffold
    materials are in good conditions and free from defects – Replaces the unusable materials
  • In charge to update and maintain on site scaffolding register.
  • Ensures that the operations planned work scope is managed effectively in accordance with agreed targets to avoid
  • Manages the specific team of technicians within your discipline.
  • If requested, identify resource requirements and deploy as necessary to safely liquidate specific scopes of work.
  • Ensures that day to day requirements are met with regards Scope, Tool and means and onsite risk assessments.
  • Undertakes any other duties which may be required (within individuals Competency) to ensure in the smooth
    running of the operation. .
  • Ensures that all daily, weekly and monthly reports are completed as required.
  • Ensures that plant, equipment and materials stocks are monitored, and all required certification is in place.
  • Identifies present and potential problems, reports and discuss and proposes solutions/alternatives
  • Ensures that any faulty or damaged equipment is quarantined and details are reported
  • Where required, assists with methods support and return information to the relevant representative.
  • Ensures awareness with KPI requirements
  • Ensure that all members of the team are focused on delivery of HSE and Quality plans.
  • Plays a predominant role in the transfer of skills to personnel undergoing training by mentoring on site.
  • Makes technical recommendations on Scaffold erections/requirements including sketches to facilitate the
    preparation of Scaffold calculation notes.


Full Field Shutdown Experience mandatory 

  • At least 5 to 10 years of experience in scaffolding activities in industrial context With relevant scaffold professional qualification certificates (like Basic Part1, Basic Part2, Scaffolding inspector,…)
  • The holder of this position must have the following qualifications:
    B.Sc/B.Eng or HND in Engineering Discipline or equivalent
  • Experience in oil and gas industry to have knowledge of the specific environment linked to HSE aspects
  • Capabilities to design & calculate scaffold following location, loads …
    Specific professional knowledge: CMMS : SAP/R3,
  • Ability to work in a large multinational team
  • Ability to work independently while maintaining good relations with colleagues and others
  • Physical ability to work on offshore installations in the climatic conditions of the site

Method of Application

Interested and qualified? Go to SPIE Oil & Gas Services on to apply



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