Reports To :
The Electrical Supervisor will exhibit exemplary safety and supervisory skills in all matters
pertaining to electrical maintenance works on and pertinent to the vessel. He is responsible
for ensuring his subordinates are competent to carry out their allotted tasks and confirming
and clarifying the status of electrical personnel, (whether UAE, CEP or EO etc).
Safety, competence, and maintenance related to electrical systems and equipment,
subordinate personnel, subcontractors, inspectors, and external and ad hoc services. He will
liaise effectively with other key management personnel.
Electrical technicians, Subcontractors, Visitors, Vendor Representatives
Accountable For : Typical Competences and Responsibilities
For specific Tasks , refer to Electrical Competence Manual # 00.07.10.221
1) Maintain and adjust the condition of electrical assets :
Systems, Equipment, UPS, Batteries, Generators Switchboards, Motors, Wiring, Portable tools etc)
1 Comply with relevant authorisation procedures, safe working practices and specific instructions.
Complete maintenance in an agreed timescale, using safe and appropriate methods and agreed
3 Ensure resources and spares are planned for and used cost effectively.
4 Ensure the correct, current operating requirements are available for reference.
5 Ensure any assets which have been maintained or had parameters adjusted still comply with specified
operating requirements with minimum disruption and with the specified methods, tools and materials.
6 Monitor and record any maintenance or adjustments accurately in work history in MMS.
2) Monitor And Assess The Performance And Condition Of Electrical Assets.
1 Obtain information or parameters from reliable sources using specified methods. (Inspection ports,
connections, vendor documentary information, instrument readings, diagnostic equipment.)
2 Use monitoring equipment or procedures correctly to assess the condition of electrical assets
3 Ensure monitoring and checks are carried out in line with specified MMS timescales and schedules.
4 Record and communicate monitored outcomes accurately and in timely fashion to raise the effectiveness
5 Compare current performance with previous assessments and take action where differences must be
3) Diagnose Faults in Electrical Assets.
1 Respond promptly to problems in line with approved procedures.
2 Select appropriate tests and diagnostic procedures and apply them methodically.
3 Clarify the nature of problems with electrical assets.
4 Determine the cause and extent of problems in the performance and condition of electrical systems or
5 Use the results of inspections to determine the appropriate actions to take.
6 Record an accurate and full description in the appropriate document history
4) Monitor and Maintain Pollution Control Measures.
1 Sample and check that controlled process discharges from area of responsibility to the environment are
within prescribed limits
2 Identify and halt unplanned discharges where possible, and reported immediately according to policy,
procedure and regulation.
3 Equipment, waste or other materials for disposal are dealt with according to the correct procedure
4 Resources such as PPE materials tools and spares are not wasted or used inefficiently
5) Manage and Supervise effectively
1 Establish effective relationships with colleagues and subcontractors.
2 Establish scope of work clearly (briefings, toolbox talks, presentations.)
3 Plan and control use of resources effectively. (Personnel, time, materials, transport, IT).
4 Objective and consistent in assessment and appraisal of subordinates and subcontractors.
5 Make recommendations and improvements in working practices for greater safety, efficiency and
6) Emergency Response (See Station Bill)
1 Carry Out Emergency Response Role
2 Demonstrate competence during Emergency Response Drills and training exercises,.
See Training Matrix (HSEP Shipboard Manual )
See Electrical Technician WAM (Vol. 2 Competence System Manuals)
See Electrical Competency Manual No : 00.07.10.221
Provide any additional duties as required by the OIM / Unit Spt. and / or HOD to
maintain safe and efficient running of the Unit.
Qualifications and Experience :
After recruitment the Electrical Supervisor will be authorised to the appropriate level by the O&M
Contractor Electrical Assessor or Senior Asset Electrical Engineer.
Preferably qualified to at least HNC / HND, or NVQ Level 3 or recognised equivalent. in Electrical
Minimum 5 yrs experience preferred, with 3 years offshore petrochemical experience desired
3 years proven supervisory experience with prior Senior Authorised position
Excellent practical knowledge of PTW, Electrical Isolation Standards, Risk Assessment and Man
Management, Power Management System, Generation on LV
COMP ex E’x’ Course.
Preferred courses achieved : HV Protection and HVLV Switching.
Medically fit to offshore International standards such as ENG1 or equivalent.
Personal : Exemplary awareness of safety issues and leadership. Conscientious, flexible, versatile and
Leadership : Ability to take Ownership of Electrical Power Generation and distribution systems. Good levels of
written and spoken communication. Positive and assertive. Good planning skills. Capable of
motivating teams. Flexible in applying different approaches to changing work demands
Technical : High standard of analytical, diagnostic, technical and professional knowledge, on electrical
systems, components and procedures
IT : Use standard Management System Office’ package electronic mail system and diagnostic
software and equipment as required.