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Eastern Pacific Shipping seeks out passionate professionals who thrive in a challenging, intense and highly rewarding environment. Our shore-based team is comprised of several departments such as Management, Human Resources, Legal, Corporate Services, Finance, Commercial, Operations, IT, Crewing and Technical.

EPS aims to attract, train and retain the very best. Our work is challenging and we expect the very best from our team. In return, our employees are given a rewarding career that allows them to reach their full potential.

It’s been such a rewarding experience working for EPS. I’ve been given the tools and support needed to succeed and reach my full potential.

Current Openings

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Location
Date Posted
Application deadline
 
Superintendent - Technical, Gas Singapore April 26, 2022 READ MORE
Superintendent - Operations, Dry Bulk Singapore April 26, 2022 May 31, 2022 READ MORE

Superintendent - Technical, Gas

Location

Singapore

Date Posted

April 26, 2022

Application Deadline

WHO IS IT FOR?

Individuals who is a Chief Engineer with 2-3 years’ experiences sailing or onshore experiences as a Superintendent handling technical aspects of gas fleet.  Candidates must also possess a Certificate of Competency (Class I) and have experiences managing MC or ME engines.

DESCRIPTION

 

SUPERINTENDENT – TECHNICAL

 

The function is to provide technical, management and consultancy expertise and support to ensure vessel fully comply with Class / Flag State / Major Oil Company requirements, attain sea worthiness for commercial deployment and to maintain our reputation as ‘Shipper of Choice’ in the industry.

 

Job Description

 

  1. Class and Flag State requirements fulfillment
  • Plan & monitor requirements for Class and Flag State Survey to ensure all certificates are valid.

 

  1. Maintenance and Repair
  • Attend to repair(s) of vessel and troubleshoot by providing technical expertise consultancy.
  • Monitor and manage Plan Maintenance Scheme (PMS) / Worklist for vessels.

 

  1. Drydocking of vessel
  • Plan and review drydocking requirements / specifications and costing.
  • Assist in supervision of drydocking and monitor performance in terms of cost, quality and schedule.
  • Evaluate the drydocking for lessons learnt and closure of invoices with Technical Executive / Specialist.

 

  1. Store / spare requisition
  • Evaluate store / spare requisitions and recommend for approvals by Fleet Technical Manager / Fleet Manager or Fleet General Manager / Technical Director.

 

  1. Performance & People Management
  • Monitor, review and analyze running / drydock cost, bunker, lub oil (L.O.) consumption and provide report / recommendation to Fleet Technical Manager / Fleet Manager or Fleet General Manager.
  • Manage, monitor and review under-performing ships.
  • Manage, coach and motivate Technical Executive / Purchasing Executive to perform on the job.
  • Oversee the welfare of ship staff in partnership with Fleet Personnel Department.
  • NCR

 

  1. Technical Expertise Consultancy
  • Assist to address and verify defects as stated in NCR with special attention to MOC (where applicable) / Class / Charterer requirements.
  • Propose or review draft specification for new building / conversion / alternation to vessel for compliance to Class / Statutory requirements.
  • Plan and attend to routine inspection and audit of vessels and reporting.
  • Sale and Purchase Inspection.
  • Taking over of vessels.

 

     7. Coordinate with SQV in approving hotwork permit and initiatives implementation onboard vessels.

 

    8. Any other duties as assigned by Superiors.

 

Qualifications / Experiences

  • Certificate of Competency (Class 1) / Chief Engineer.
  • Min 2 years’ experience as Superintendent in other companies OR an ex-company employee with minimum 6 months as a Chief Engineer sailing onboard company vessel.
  • Good negotiation and communication skills
  • Good people management skills
  • Experienced in dry docking and repairs.
  • Experienced in handling gas vessels with MC or ME gas injection engines.
  • Good follow-up skills and willing to guide junior member of the team.
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Superintendent - Operations, Dry Bulk

Location

Singapore

Date Posted

April 26, 2022

Application Deadline

May 31, 2022

WHO IS IT FOR?

Individuals who is a Master Mariner with 3 years’ experiences sailing as a Chief mate on dry bulk vessels or onshore experiences as a Superintendent handling dry bulk operations.  Candidates must also possess a Certificate of Competency (Master Class I) and be in command for at least 6 months preferred.

DESCRIPTION

 

SUPERINTENDENT – OPERATIONS, BULKERS

 

The function is to manage the marine operations activities of vessels to achieve a safe & efficient carriage of cargoes, consistent with:

 

(i) our customer satisfaction and

(ii) our responsibilities towards the health and safety well-being of our ship staff and the

environment.

 

Job Description

  1. Sea Worthiness Fulfillment
  • Comply with terminal and port rules and regulations and other marine industry mandatory rules & regulations.
  • Advice and assist Master in the preparation for Terminal Inspections.

 

  1. Pre Fixture Operations
  • Support Chartering on request for vessel information for purpose of fixtures.
  • Fill in chartering questionnaires and confirm Master’s calculated loadable.

 

  1. Post Fixture Operations
  • Charterer Requirements
  • Provide Master with advice and confirm agreement / compliance with regard to the operational terms of the Charter Party.
  • Voyage Readiness Preparation
  • Review and approve supply of bunkers stemmed by bunker team to ensure there is sufficiency of bunker to perform the voyage (in addition to fresh water); arrange de-slopping if required.
  • Responsible for ensuring vessel’s readiness to load the nominated cargo. To give cargo hold cleaning advice to the Master in this regard.
  • Voyage Performance Monitoring
  • Monitor vessel progress during voyage, including warranted loading quantities to optimize stow plan, weather, speed, bunker consumptions, and final discharge.
  • Ensure time chartered vessels comply with C/P requirements and warranties.
  • Navigation / Voyage Support
  • Arrange weather routing advice for vessels as necessary.
  • Assist the Masters with selecting the most appropriate routing for the voyage, in compliance with the CP.
  • Review load and discharge plans for all spot & time-chartered vessels (if necessary).
  • Evaluate and negotiate with agents and approval of proforma disbursement.
  • Communication & Customer Relationship Management.
  • Alert Manager regarding of operational problems being encountered by the vessel during the voyage and update the progress of the voyage as necessary.
  • Provide timely advice to Charterers on vessel’s movements for customer satisfaction.
  • Attend to customer’s complaints and feedback promptly.
  • Ensure that the IMOS/DANAOS systems are updated an monitored as required.
  1. Port Research
    • Research, study and review new and sensitive ports / terminals when fixing and prior arrival of the vessel. Communicate port information to vessels, if necessary.
  1. Accounting and Cost Control
    • Ensure proper accounting of costs involved in the conduct of the voyage.
    • Ensure disbursement (both voyage and owners) are properly accounted and funded.

 

  1. Performance & People Management
  • Monitor, review and analyze vessel performance and follow up with underperforming ships.
  • Manage, coach and motivate Operation Executive / Senior Executive to perform on the job.
  • Conduct operations briefing in office (when assigned) for Senior Officers before they join vessels.

 

  1. Operation Expertise Consultancy
  • Assist to address and verify gaps as highlighted in NCR, inspections with special attention to 3rd / Charterer requirements.
  • Plan, attend and report findings pertaining to routine inspection / audit assignments to vessel.

 

  1. Coordinate with Sustainability, Quality and Vetting with regards to any implementation of quality, health, safety and environmental initiatives.

 

Qualifications / Experiences

  • Certificate of Competency (Master Class 1)
  • 6 months’ of command experience on bulkers or 3 years’ experience as a Chief mate on bulk carriers or 2 years’ shore experience as a Superintendent handling bulk carriers.
  • Good negotiation and communication skills
  • Incident / Investigation and reports making ability.
  • Sire / Navigation audits skills.
  • A team player who is willing to provide guidance to the junior members of the Operations Team.
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