Triton Campaign Team Leader 

Based in

Aberdeen, onshore

Reporting to

  • Reports functionally to Triton Asset Manager 
  • Reports operationally to Chief Operating Officer 

Staff / Contractor


Job Summary

Reporting to the Triton Asset Manager the Campaign Team Leader is responsible for oversight of the entire process to define, prepare and efficiently execute the annual shutdown and walk to work processes. 

This role leads the asset shutdown teams to ensure compliance with the ODMS Major Shutdown procedure and to ensure on plan delivery and execution with allocated budgets. 

The Campaign Team Leader is responsible for leading the offshore and onshore teams and essential contracting partners to deliver a safe, compliant and efficient shutdown along with delivery of the walk to work campaigns. 

Ensure the development and implementation of shutdown strategies in order to support the Triton Asset. Ensures the strategy aligns with the Triton Asset Plan and priorities and reflects the requirements of the Triton Asset Manager. 

Assess and budget for all activities relating to the walk to work vessel opportunity, and annual shutdowns 

Ensure effective budgetting, long and short term planning including the necessary resources to deliver against plans and expectations.  

Lead and enhance the development of effective shutdown methodologies and strive for consistent, high levels of performance and delivery to operations. 

Roles and responsibilities

  • Establish and manage asset shutdown and walk to work systems and procedures, in support of assurance and verification schemes. 
  • Lead initiatives to establish and implement best in class shutdown plan attainment, execution and optimisation strategies.
  • Maximise the value opportunity of the walk to work vessel to support the asset team and critical maintenance backlog, ORA and safety critical work Maintain and enhance our reputation and relationship with the external regulators including HSE 
  • Monitor the performance of key contractors, and in-house support functions, developing highly positive and constructive relationships with key contacts.  

HSEQ Responsibilities

Everyone working for or on behalf of Dana Petroleum has the following responsibilities with regard to his or her work to:

  • Familiarise with the Dana Code of Conduct and policies, including the policies on HSE, Risk Management and Major Hazards;
  • Familiarise with the One Dana Management System and its meaning for day-to-day work;
  • Familiarise with the work and be aware of all associated risks for People, the Environment, Assets and Reputation (PEAR);
  • Report any incident, near miss, hazards (unsafe acts/situations) and improvement suggestions;
  • Know their roles and responsibilities;
  • Actively participate in any job or HSEQ training or instruction by or on behalf of Dana Petroleum;
  • Use all provided means as intended and according to their purpose. 

Job specific skills and

  • Proven people leader with a track record of delivery.
  • Demonstrable experience in a similar Operational Support or Maintenance Team Leader role
  • Solid working knowledge and proven application of relevant UK industry regulations relating to the oil and gas industry
  • Sound working knowledge and demonstration of safe working practices
  • Excellent communication and coordination skills.  Proven ability to interact effectively at all organisation levels and encourage a team ethos across both core team and subcontractors
  • High degree of adaptability in an ever-changing world of priorities 

General capabilities

  • Capable of motivating and fully utilising the capabilities of team members and collaborating with other functions / key contractors to achieve the asset deliverables
  • Demonstrates effective listening skills when interacting with others
  • Impactful communication skills. Can compellingly influence others to support and implement asset strategy and business unit deliverables.
  • Able to develop short and long term strategic plans for the asset and coordinate the execution of activities and prioritise as required. Balancing longer-term stewardship obligations with shorter-term commercial imperatives.
  • Extremely proactive and creative in anticipating and dealing with situations and issues that will impact the asset and team. Displays persistence in the achievement of organisational deliverables, goals and results.
  • Continuous Improvement focused, able to identify opportunities to remove waste and streamline processes to deliver value across your area of the business. Comfortable in taking responsibility and making prudent decisions that will impact the asset performance and direct the actions of others.  
  • Consistently demonstrating Dana Values and setting the standards and expectations for others. Highest standards of ethical and professional behaviour, consistent with the company’s values and business conduct policies. 

Applicants should apply here before the closing date of 2nd August 2024