Logistics Advisor provides logistics subject matter expertise. May include aviation, marine, shore base, ground transportation and camp services to deliver safe reliable and cost efficient logistic services.
Has overall responsibilities to serve as the contact for providing logistical and materials management services and support for its ongoing business, including affiliates where no local services organization or infrastructure exists.
Manages the day-to-day logistical business, including, but not limited to, implementing logistics strategies, supervising drilling logistics contractor staff, material control functions, inventory management, and coordinating material movements to offshore or onshore rig locations.
Typical Job Positions may include : Logistics Specialist, Aviation Advisor, Marine Advisor, Shore Base Advisor, Ground Transport Advisor, Camp Services Advisor and may cover some or all of the responsibilities listed below.
TASKS AND RESPONSIBILI IES
In addition to all Level 1 tasks and responsibilities, a Level 2 :
Maintains appropriate import / export records and required documentation for internal and regulatory requirements
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Knowledgeable of procedures and requirements, and be capable of incorporating them into working policies and procedures
able to network effectively across organizations.
Reporting to the Shutdown and Outages Foreman this position has the accountability for the safe and productive operation of the shutdown and outages logistics requirements including materials storage, kitting & staging, coordination with contract companies, rental equipment such as light vehicles, tooling, radios, gas monitors, etc as well as internal resources and will work closely with branches of the L&I team.