Position: Chief Engineer
The following position is for a tug and petroleum barge operation in St. Eustatius. The vessels are flagged Republic of the Marshall Islands and mariners must have either existing license / endorsement for the Marshall Islands or be qualified to get a Marshall Islands license / endorsement. Tug and barge operation is typically from St. Eustatius to St. Maarten, however, some longer voyages are possible. Each position is on a 60 days on / 30 days off rotation, with 1 day of vacation accrued per 10 days worked. Typical contract period is up to one year.
Summary of the position:
The Chief Engineer is a Senior Officer responsible for the technical condition of the vessel and to have all machinery in the best state of maintenance and in compliance with the applicable flag state and international legislation, Company requirements, contracts and accepted Industry Standards. For all matters related to technical management, he will report to the Port Engineer. For day to day operations reports to the Captain.
Responsibilities, Authorities and Accountabilities:
To follow the Health, Safety and Environmental policies of the Company as laid down in the Safety Management System and Company directions;
The Chief Engineer is ultimately responsible supervision of Engine Room operations, as well as all maintenance and operational support for all equipment on board the vessel.
The Chief Engineer must follow all company guidelines with regard to safe working practices, and be an active participant in the assurance of a safe working environment
The Chief Engineer is an Officer whom, together with the Captain, is responsible for the overall safe operation of the vessel and management of the vessel`s crew.
Execution of all technical maintenance and repair work to be performed on the vessel and to ensure that the work orders of the planned maintenance system are being executed and reported as per requirement;
To ensure proper administration of all technical related activities on the vessel as per instruction of the Port Engineer and arrange correct and timely reporting, keeping of appropriate records, completion of purchase orders, etc;
To supervise all maintenance and repair works carried out on board by third parties;
To ensure efficient stock of materials on board, including consumables, spares, tools, fuel and lubricants.
To be responsible for loading and transferring of fuel and lube oils
following the strict Company procedures;
To perform duties as Officer in Charge of the Engine Room Watch;
To notify and advise the Captain immediately in case technical unsafe, non-conforming or conflicting situations arise which require abandoning of the operation;
Maintain the defect list for the assigned vessel and ensure constant follow up on open technical issues;
Assist technical management with required internal audits as needed;
Assist with operational duties s on deck as required by the Captain;
Other duties as assigned by Seabulk Tanker, Inc. Management.
The Chief Engineer must be able to comply with the applicable flag state and international legislation, environmental regulations, the Company rules and regulations, policy, directives, commercial contracts and accepted Industry Standards;
The Chief Engineer must have proper licensing, training and endorsements according to the requirements of the flag of the vessel.
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Seabulk Tankers Inc. / Phoenix Crew Management LLC