Offshore Crawler Crane Operator

Job Type
Emp Type
Full Time
Oil and Gas
Functional Expertise
Job ID

Job Description

📢 @ICM Group is Hiring

Position: Offshore Crawler Crane Operator

Location: Worldwide


 If you’re interested apply through the offer below



  • Previous Offshore experience onboard a subsea, construction or heavy lift vessel as a Crawler Crane Operator
  • Updated IMCA Logbook
  • Fluent in English, able to pass the English IELTS Test



Offshore Crawler Crane Operator


Saipem 7000



Contract status:

Valid until 31.12.2023 (done for administrative purposes and can be extended)

Start date:

ASAP – as soon as available


Western: 56 working days, followed by 28 days on leave

TCN: 90 working days, followed by 30 days on leave


To be disclosure

Overtime rate:


Working days/hours:

12 hours per day, 7 days per week

Insurance D&D:

Provided by Company

Life Insurance:

Provided by Company

Medical Insurance:

Provided by Company

Income Protection:

Provided by Company


According to Corporate Standards, Prepaid Economy class ticket at beginning, end of CNT and for each work leave rotation cycle.

Pre employment expenses:

On Company’s account – Any questions related to the refund of expenses shall be addressed to me prior to the event


 If you are interested in this position, I kindly ask you to submit the following documents:



- Updated CV

- Educational Certificate

- Various professional and training certificates

- Work employment certificates

- Stage 3 Crane Operator Certificate / Bosiet / IMCA Logbook / OGUK


Role Description


▪ Operate and take care of the Crawler Crane onboard offshore construction vessels


▪ Operate the crawler crane on deck within the designed crane load capacity, in accordance with the derating tables applicable to existing weather and sea state conditions

▪ Perform basket transfers where permitted and safe to do so

▪ Hold the Offshore Crane Operator certification (level 2 for unsupervised inboard lifts; level 3 for unsupervised offshore lifts), except for junior crane operators under training, who are not permitted to perform unsupervised lifts until the appropriate certification is obtained

▪ Be aware of the surroundings in terms of potential clashes with other vessel equipment

▪ Be aware of crane limits in terms of reach and capacity

▪ On vessels with multiple cranes, be aware of the interaction with other cranes and proactively intervene in order to avoid any interference during simultaneous operations

▪ Interact with the superiors in order to define the lifting procedures

▪ Report any crane equipment malfunctioning to own supervisor

▪ Ensure that all safe work procedures for crane lifts are adhered to

▪ Make daily inspection on the crane

▪ Carry out daily routine maintenance to the crane and the operator's cabin

▪ Keep a high level of housekeeping in the operator's cabin

▪ Liaise with 2nd Engineer/Crane Engineer/Chief Electrician/Vessel Equipment Engineer on crane maintenance and performance, in order to ensure that repairs and preventive maintenance are carried out properly

▪ Carry out weekly inspection of the crane in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations

▪ Fill up the crane logbook as required for all lifts above 50 ton

▪ Stop the lifting activity if required on safety or technical grounds, if continuing could cause any damages or injuries

▪ Report to the 1st Assistant, while taking instructions directly from the Deck Foreman or 2nd Assistant during lifting operations


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