Job Description & Main Responsibilities
- Ensure vessels are maintained to international regulations and company procedures
- Maintain daily contacts with vessel with a view to getting first hand all issues of defects and breakdowns, close out same within a shortest possible time frame
- Eliminate/Minimize vessel downtime
- Ensure statutory and class surveys for all plants and machinery are carried out as at and when due
- Maintain monthly inspection of all engine log books, to ensure proper entries, trace technical lapses and proffer constructive corrections and solutions.
- Conduct a monthly vessel routine inspection of all marine fleet under contract, with a view to identifying vessel defects and technical lapses while ensuring close out of same within a shortest possible time frame.
- Participate in Safety Management System review meetings
- Report and investigate all machinery breakdowns, ensuring all necessary root and remote causes are identified, mitigating factors set and implemented. This is to be carried out in conjunction with the operations units.
- Deal all non-conformities covering technical procedures of S.M.S both ashore and afloat
- Must have a good understanding on the following codes and practices-IMS Systems, HSEQ, OVID inspections SOLAS and Planned Maintenance Systems (PMS).
- Strong knowledge on navigation, with a thorough understanding on Vessel trials
- Have the proven capabilities and knowledge on; Class certification, Port State Control for all marine operations relating to regulatory legislations.
- Applicant will only be considered if they have experience as a Technical or Fleet Superintendent or have held the position of Chief Engineer on a vessel for a minimum of 10 years.
- Have a Bachelor or Master’s Degree in the Marine/Mechanical Engineering
- Must have working knowledge of Anchor Handling Tugs, Security Vessels and Supply Vessels
- Ability to work strictly on Company Policies and Industry standards.