This is a development role. The successful candidate will work under the close supervision of and report to the Ship’s Superintendent (senior) within the Maintenance Directorate. They will be expected to gain the knowledge and experience necessary in order to provide support to the vessels on matters related to maintenance.
Work with the Ships Superintendent to ensure vessels are compliant with company management policies, ISM code, Class rules and Flag state.
Worldwide vessel attendance to supervise audits and scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and monitor planned maintenance periods.
Technical Administrative support and supervision of vessels in close consultation with Ship Superintendent, dealing with routine and non-routine maintenance and repair, including authorizing authorising and supervising the supply of spare parts, stores and services
Keeping the Ships Superintendent and Senior Project Manager informed of any critical areas which may compromise operational readiness, together with budget variations.
Ensure adequate spare parts to meet Dry Dock requirements are held on board.
Assist in surveys for statutory and classification requirements.
Assist in the preparation of dry dock/refit specifications and adjudicate tender returns , Change Orders , Quotes with the Ships Superintendent
Support the management of dry docks with due regard to agreed timescales and budgets.
Complete Dry Dock and other reports on work completed with guidance from Ship Superintendent.
Carry out and assist as required with risk assessment procedures and accident / incident investigations and prepare reports as required.
To undertake Duty Superintendents duties as required after suitable training and provide annual leave support for vessels assigned to other Ship Superintendents.
Minimum of HND in an Engineering discipline
Competent MS Office Suit User (Word & Excel) for ANY candidate.
2nd Class Certificate of Competency (Engine)
Relevant shore experience
Knowledge of plant marine systems.
Familiarity with Dynamic Positioning Systems, submersible vehicles, and cable working machinery and equipment an advantage
ISO/ISM Auditor accreditation an advantage
Electrical propulsion experience
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