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.
KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
3.1 Class and Flag State requirements fulfillment
• Plan & monitor requirements for Class and Flag State Survey to ensure all certificates are valid.
3.2 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.
3.3 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.
3.4 Store / spare requisition
• Evaluate store / spare requisitions and recommend for approvals by Fleet Technical Manager / Fleet Manager or Fleet General Manager / Technical Director.
3.5 Performance 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.
3.6 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.
3.7 Coordinate with MSQV in approving hotwork permit and initiatives implementation onboard vessels.
3.8 People Management
• Coach and motivate Executive (Technical Services – Procurement) to perform on the job.
• Oversee the welfare and management of ship staff in partnership with Fleet Personnel Department. This includes:
o Briefing and debriefing of Masters, Chief Engineers and other senior officers
o Conducting performance appraisals of Masters, Chief Engineers and other senior officers• Lead, develop and coach assigned Senior Officers on all matters (safety, technical, cost leadership).
3.9 Any other duties as assigned by Superiors.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Certificate of Competency (Class I) / Chief Engineer Foreign Going
• 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
• Minimum 5 Years of Tanker experience is mandatory for Tanker Fleets.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
• Good negotiation skills.
• Good people management skills. Past experience in staff reviews and monitoring of KPIs is required.
• Good organizational and communication skills
• Independent and resourceful,
• Able to work under pressure to meet deadline
All applications will be treated in strict confidence and used solely for recruitment purposes.
Competitive remuneration and benefits package will be offered to the chosen candidate, depending on experience.
Qualified candidate may send their CV along with salary expectations to email@example.com
Please note only shortlisted candidates will be notified.