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HB Rentals, Product Development and Design Division, Regulatory Specialist

Company Name:
Superior Energy Services


Title: Regulatory Specialist
HB Rentals , a Superior Energy Services company, is the world's premier supplier of offshore and onshore housing and related equipment for the oil and gas industry. Since 1980, we have provided safe, reliable products to make living on the job an easier, more comfortable experience. We ensure unwavering reliability by responding to customer needs immediately by being available 24/7, 365 days a year. Superior Energy Services and its subsidiaries are EEO/AA employers.
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HB Rentals is currently hiring a Regulatory Specialist to join our team.

Summary:
This position is responsible for providing regulatory oversight, analysis, guidance, recommendations and support as it pertains to the design and build of our temporary offshore living quarters fleet and other products, as well as the use and application of these products in client projects. This position will serve as the primary contact and liaison with the applicable regulatory bodies, such as U.S. Coast Guard, BESSE, ABS, DNV, GL, API and Lloyd's, and will be responsible for developing and managing a regulatory approval and compliance plan and related transmittals for the organization.
Key Responsibilities:
Assist Technical Design and Engineering department in reviewing new product design to ensure compliance with marine regulatory agencies requirements.
Assist Technical Sales group in review of project tenders for guidance on interpreting the rules of regulatory bodies, ensure proposals will meet the approval requirements, and assist in designing and proposing options to obtain the necessary approvals.
Assist Project managers with guidance and recommendations on regulatory compliance as it relates to their specific project.
Liaison with sales to assist in being proactive by informing customers of potential regulatory hurdles and issues regarding future projects, provide suggestions on how to overcome these issues, be the "solutions provider" to our customers.
Assist in conducting infield surveys, as needed, of potential and current projects to ensure regulatory issues are identified and addressed proactively.
Review and analyze pending, new and existing regulations to determine impact to the organization. Liaison and maintain open communication with all Marine regulatory agencies.
Provide assistance to the operational areas with day-to-day marine regulatory compliance issues.
Prepare, coordinate and facilitate regulatory submittals and inspections for client and internal projects with regulatory authorities.

Education/Experience:
Bachelor's or Advanced degree in Engineering or directly related discipline required.
10+ years work and project experience in Marine regulatory compliance.
Knowledge of oil and gas industry product development and design issues preferred.
Additional Skills and Abilities:
Advanced knowledge of regulatory requirements applicable to the marine M&O industry.
In-depth knowledge of USCG, BESSE, DNV, ABS, Lloyd's, GL, API regulatory bodies.
Strong organizational and time management and project management skills and multitasking abilities.
Demonstrate strong oral and written communication skills.
Detail oriented with strong analytical, research, problem solving and reasoning skills.

Work Environment:
Office environment primarily. Routine work is performed at a workstation on a networked computer.
Requires standing, sitting, walking, kneeling and twisting as necessary.
May be required to occasionally lift up to 10 pounds

Excellent Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability, Life, Matching 401(k), Employee Stock Purchase Plan?
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