Marine Coordinator
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Venture Global LNG

501-1,000 employees

Low-cost provider of U.S. LNG with CCS projects
Company Overview
Venture Global LNG, a leading provider of U.S. LNG, is recognized for its commitment to long-term, low-cost energy solutions and its significant contribution to the industry with its 60 MTPA production capacity in Louisiana. The company's dedication to environmental sustainability is evident in its development of Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) projects at each of its facilities. With its strategic location on the Mississippi River, Venture Global Plaquemines LNG is poised to deliver clean, affordable energy globally, setting it apart in the energy sector.
Venture Capital
Energy

Company Stage

Series C

Total Funding

$10.1B

Founded

2013

Headquarters

Arlington, Virginia

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

21%

1 year growth

75%

2 year growth

135%
Locations
Belle Chasse, LA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Communications
PowerPoint/Keynote/Slides
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Product
Requirements
  • Experience:
  • Prior experience as a marine coordinator is preferred
  • PTEC degree with a marine coordinator PIC qualification is desirable
  • Should be familiar with small vessel operation e.g., tugs, pilot vessels, production plan marine operations, hydrocarbon liquid and gas tanker operations, and industry best practices
  • A high level of computer ability skills is essential
  • Minimum of (3) three years as a marine coordinator on an onshore/offshore installation either floating or fixed, marine hydrocarbon terminal operation, or an LNG carrier tanker
  • At least ten (10) years working experience in Operations with LNG or other cryogenic hydrocarbon liquids and associated systems is preferred
  • Moderate leadership and administrative abilities are required
  • Must have strong operational knowledge of the facility and equipment and be able to relate with associated construction and maintenance activities taking place in the entire complex
  • Must have the skills necessary to coordinate multiple activities and understand the impact they have with other areas of the operation. Complete understanding of regulatory agency and company requirements concerning first line break, hot work, cold work, confined space, LOTO, JSA, etc. which are critical safeguards in the facility for the health and safety of the personnel, care and control of equipment and protection of the environment
  • Must be able to adapt to changing conditions and make decisions with minimal supervision
  • Must Have good communication skills to interact with company and contract personnel and possess knowledge to clearly understand hazardous associated with work performed
  • The incumbent needs to be a positive, and open-minded person, able to interact with other disciplines, self-motivating and able to work in a prompt fashion
  • He or she must be a good planner and organizer
  • He/she must be very conscious of the Quality, Health, Safety Security and Environment issues in the facility by attending meetings and daily communication with plant supervision
  • Computer knowledge including Apple Mac, Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Word, Excel, Visio, Project & PowerPoint
  • Must maintain a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) card in good standing status
  • Reasonable accommodations will be made to ensure that the essential functions of the job can be performed and not hinder the employee's performance due to physical, mental, or emotional disability
Responsibilities
  • General Description:
  • The Marine Coordinator reports to the Marine Supervisor and will work to ensure implementation and adherence to requirements of the Venture Global LNG HSSE management system and those specific accountabilities documented in the Marine Operations policies & procedures manual. The Marine Coordinator is expected to remain abreast of all safety developments & systems to assist and advise the Marine Supervisor on pertinent issues. This role is expected to monitor all components of marine activities and will support, investigate, and correct any identified safety issues. The Marine Coordinator may at any time stop work activities if any task is being performed in an unsafe or unsatisfactory manner. The marine coordinator will work a schedule based on operational activity and is expected to be present during any major activity or operations. The is a typically 12-hour day but must be available to address HSSE issues and requirements should the situation become necessary. This is a leadership role which will include mentoring personnel during marine functions. The coordinators will coach, teach, and train members of the marine organization to ensure that all PLNG HSSE policies and procedures are carefully followed
  • Responsibilities: