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Objective


I am currently a 3rd Engineer with 2nd Engineer license. I hope to be working with you as a 3rd Engineer or maybe as a 2nd Engineer in the near future.


Experience


POSITION : Third Engineer

VESSEL: SKANDI PMS 2

COMPANY: OSM-Orient Ship Management, VP bldg., Pedro Gil St., Ermita, Manila City, Philippines

DATE OF EMPLOYMENT: 06 July, ’05 – 28 Sept., ’05 / 02 March, ’05 – 25 May, ‘05 / 24 May, ’06 - present

Skandi PMS 2 is an (AHTS) Anchor Handling Tug Supply vessel with (DP) Dynamic Positioning System, 2x side thrusters, azimuth thruster, 200 tons bollard pull, anchor handling and towing drums of 500 ton each. Having cargo of fuel oil, drill water, potable water, brine, liquid mud, base oil, cement and methanol.

My job responsibilities are as follows:

Assigned of the 0000H-0600H/1200H-1800H watch. In which times I am responsible for the continuous operation of all engine room machineries & equipments including cargo-handling equipments.

Make sure there is enough electrical power to supply the consumption of the ship, especially during operations. Starting, shutting down electrical generators when necessary (3 main bus bar power plant with total available power of 6590 Kw.)

Ensure continuous running of main propulsion system, 2 X 6000 Kw 3616 Caterpillar engines.

Regular check of fuel, water & lubricating oil tank levels.

Filling-up and transfers where necessary.

Responsible for the operation and maintenance of auxiliary machineries such as;

· Electric power generator engines. Caterpillar

· Main engines. Caterpillar

· Liquid centrifuges/separators. Westfalia

· Starting air, working air & control air compressors. Sperre

· Fresh water maker. Alfa-Laval

· Various types of engine room pumps and cargo pumps. Ing Per Gjerdum

· HVAC units. York

· Hot water boiler. Pyro

Fabricate parts for the above machineries when needed.

Updates reports on the Planned Maintenance System (PMS).

Carry out tests on the water content of fuel, lubricating oils.

Tests and treats boiler feed water & engine cooling waters.

Reports any abnormalities during my watch to the Chief Engineer.

Performs other maintenance jobs as directed by the Chief Engineer or the Second Engineer



POSITION : Third Engineer

VESSEL : POLAR VENTURER

COMPANY: OSM-Orient Ship Management, VP bldg., Pedro Gil St., Ermita, Manila City, Philippines

DATE OF EMPLOYMENT: 05 May, ‘04 – 27 October, ’04

Polar Venturer is of a seismic research type of vessel. It utilizes high-pressure pneumatic guns that use up to 270 bars of air pressure. The high-pressure air penetrates below the seabed, which creates a feedback to data collecting equipments.

My job responsibilities are as follows:

Assigned of the 0000H-1200H watches/duties. In which times I am responsible for the continuous operation of all engine room machineries & equipments.

Ensure continuous running of the main propulsion engines. 2 X 2600Kw of power.

Make sure that there is enough electrical power to cope up with the ship’s activities or operations.

Starting, synchronizing or shutting down of electrical generators when necessary, 3 X 1600Kw of power.

Regular check of fuel, water & lubricating oil tank levels.

Filling-up and transfers where necessary.

Responsible for the operation and maintenance of auxiliary machineries such as;

· Electric power generator engines. Bergen-Rolls Royce

· Seismic air compressors, 270 bars maximum pressure X 8 units. Hamworthy.

· Liquid centrifuges/separators. Mitsubishi Selfjector

· Starting air, working air & control air compressors. Sperre

· Fresh water maker, reverse osmosis plant. Atlas

· Various types of pumps

· HVAC units

· Steam boilers

Fabricate parts for the above machineries when needed.

Updates reports on the Planned Maintenance System (PMS).

Carry out tests on the water content of fuel, lubricating oils.

Tests and treats boiler feed water & engine cooling waters.

Reports any abnormalities during my watch to the Chief Engineer.

Performs other maintenance jobs as directed by the Chief Engineer or the Second Engineer.



POSITION : Third Engineer

VESSEL: POLAR DUKE

COMPANY : TSM - Thome Ship Management, TSM House, 1747 Dian St., Palanan, Makati City, Philippines

DATE OF EMPLOYMENT: 17 April, ‘02 – 02 October, ’02

Polar Duke is of a seismic research type of vessel. It utilizes high-pressure pneumatic guns, which uses up to 270 bars of air pressure. The high-pressure air penetrates below the seabed, which creates a feedback to data collecting equipments.

My job responsibilities are as follows:

Assigned of the 0000H-0600H & 1200H-1800H watches/duties. In which times I am responsible for the continuous operation of all engine room machineries & equipment.

Ensure continuous running of the main propulsion engines. 2 X 1650Kw of power.

Make sure that there is enough electrical power to cope up with the ship’s activities or operations.

Starting, synchronizing or shutting down of electrical generators when necessary.

Regular check of fuel, water & lubricating oil tank levels. Filling-up and transfers where necessary.

Responsible for the operation and maintenance of auxiliary machineries such as;

· Electric power generator engines. MaK Gmbh

· Seismic air compressors, 270 bars maximum pressure. Hamworthy

· Liquid centrifuges/separators. Alfa-Laval

- Starting air, working air & control air compressors. Sperre

- Fresh water maker, generators. Alfa-Laval Nirex

- Incinerating machines. Golar

- Various types of pumps

- HVAC

- Steam boilers. Sunrod

Fabricate parts for the above machineries when needed.

Updates reports on the Planned Maintenance System (PMS).

Carry out tests on the water content of fuel, lubricating oils.

Tests and treats boiler feed water & engine cooling waters.

Reports any abnormalities during my watch to the Chief Engineer.

Performs other maintenance jobs as directed by the Chief Engineer or the Second Engineer.



POSITION : Fourth Engineer

VESSEL: SILVER SHADOW

COMPANY: TSM - - Thome Ship Management, TSM House, 1747 Dian St., Palanan, Makati City, Philippines

DATE OF EMPLOYMENT: 11 December, ‘00 – 21 November, ‘01

Silver Shadow is a luxury cruise liner, which voyages, to different parts of the world basing on the season of the areas being traveled.

My job responsibilities are similar to that of the above position except for the addition of storekeeping. The vessel uses AMOS-D for Windows (Administrative, maintenance & operations system database), which features on-line purchasing and automatic updating of the spares parts, depending on the usage & purchased amounts.



POSITION: Fourth Engineer

VESSEL: WESTWOOD ANETTE

COMPANY : PTC - Philippine Transmarine Carriers, First Maritime Place, 7458 Bagtican St., San Antonio Village, Makati City, Philippines

DATE OF EMPLOYMENT: 10 November, ’99 – 26 August, ‘00

Westwood Anette is a container ship with 2 sets of built-in of gantry cranes.

My scopes of my responsibilities for the two vessels are almost similar which include:

Ensure continuous running of the main propulsion engine. During my 0800H – 1200H & 000H – 2400H watch.

Make sure that there is enough electrical power to cope up with the ship’s activities or operations. Starting, synchronizing or shutting down of electrical generators when necessary.

Regular check of fuel, water & lubricating oil tank levels. Filling-up and transfers where necessary.

Responsible for the operation and maintenance of auxiliary machineries such as;

- Electric power generator engines

- Liquid centrifuges/separators

- Starting air, working air & control air compressors

- Fresh water maker, generators

- Incinerating machines

- Various types of pumps

- Accommodation air-condition

Fabricate parts for the above machineries when needed.

Take regular lube oil and fuel oil tank sounding and prepare bunkering plan if necessary.

Updates report on the Planned Maintenance System (PMS).

Carry out tests on the water content of fuel, lubricating oils.

Tests and treats boiler feed water & engine cooling waters.

Reports any abnormalities during my watch to the Chief Engineer.

Performs other maintenance jobs as directed by the Chief Engineer or the Second Engineer.



POSITION: Fourth Engineer

VESSEL: ATL RANGER

COMPANY: PTC- Philippine Transmarine Carriers, First Maritime Place, 7458 Bagtican St., San Antonio Village, Makati City, Philippines

DATE OF EMPLOYMENT: 17 July, ’98 – 16 March, ’99 21 April, ’98 – 01 June, ‘98

ATL Ranger is container ship with twin decks.

My scopes of my responsibilities for the two vessels are almost similar which include:

Ensure continuous running of the main propulsion engine. During my 0800H – 1200H & 000H – 2400H watch.

Make sure that there is enough electrical power to cope up with the ship’s activities or operations.

Starting, synchronizing or shutting down of electrical generators when necessary.

Regular check of fuel, water & lubricating oil tank levels. Filling-up and transfers where necessary.

Responsible for the operation and maintenance of auxiliary machineries such as;

- Electric power generator engines

- Liquid centrifuges/separators

- Starting air, working air & control air compressors

- Fresh water maker, generators

- Incinerating machines

- Various types of pumps

- Accommodation air-condition

Fabricate parts for the above machineries when needed.

Take regular lube oil and fuel oil tank sounding and prepare bunkering plan if necessary.

Updates report on the Planned Maintenance System (PMS).

Carry out tests on the water content of fuel, lubricating oils.

Tests and treats boiler feed water & engine cooling waters.

Reports any abnormalities during my watch to the Chief Engineer.

Performs other maintenance jobs as directed by the Chief Engineer or the Second Engineer.



POSITION: Engine Officer Cadet

VESSEL: ATL Ranger

COMPANY: PTC- Philippine Transmarine Carriers, First Maritime Place, 7458 Bagtican St., San Antonio Village, Makati City, Philippines

DATE OF EMPLOYMENT: 06 Feb., ’98 – 20 April, ‘98

I have been promoted to Fourth Engineer on the 21st of April, ’98 and continued my service on board.

ATL Ranger is container ship with twin decks.

This position is of apprenticeship in nature, the scope of my training is as follows:

- Learn the basic operations of various engine room machineries and systems.

- Familiarize myself with all safety procedures.

- Learn the use of engine workshop equipments such as:

- lathe machine, measuring tools, gauges, welding equipments, etc.

- Perform jobs as ordered by the Chief or Second Engineer.

- Assist Engineers in their maintenance jobs.



POSITION: Engine Officer Cadet

VESSEL: Nosac Express

COMPANY: PTC- Philippine Transmarine Carriers, First Maritime Place, 7458 Bagtican St., San Antonio Village, Makati City, Philippines

DATE OF EMPLOYMENT: 18 June, ’94 – 28 May, ‘95

Nosac Express is a 12-deck roll-on/roll-off vessel with maximum capacity of 5,500 cars.

This position is of apprenticeship in nature. It is included in our curriculum and is practiced after our 1st year of studying in school and is considered as our second year of studying.

The scope of my training is as follows:

- Learn the basic operations of various engine room machineries and systems.

- Familiarize myself with all safety procedures.

- Learn the use of engine workshop equipments such as:

- lathe machine, measuring tools, gauges, welding equipments, etc.

- Perform jobs when necessary as ordered by the Chief or Second Engineer.

- Assist ratings & Engineers in their maintenance jobs.


Education


Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering

Philippine Merchant Marine Academy, Fort Bonifacio, Makati City, Philippines

June, 1993 – March 1997

Graduated with honors


Certification


2nd Engineer License with STCW '95 Endorsement

Advance Fire Fighting

- Consolidated Maritime Resources Foundation Inc.

Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats other than Rescue Boats

- Consolidated Maritime Resources Foundation Inc.

Advanced Medical First Aid

- Consolidated Maritime Resources Foundation Inc.

Advanced Safety Training & Instruction

-Consolidated Maritime Resources Foundation Inc.

Personal Safety & Social Responsibility

-Consolidated Maritime Resources Foundation Inc.

Basic Safety & Emergency Course

-Consolidated Maritime Resources Foundation Inc.

Advanced Training Program on Oil Tanker Operations

- International Development & Environmental Shipping School

Helicopter Underwater Escape Training w/ certificate of merit

-Consolidated Maritime Resources Foundation Inc.

Advance Gas Tanker Operation

- Norwegian Training Center-Manila

Computer Training Program

- Philippine Center for Advanced Maritime Simulation & Training

ISM - International Safety Management Code Familiarization

- The OSM Group (In-House)

Human Relations

-The OSM Group (In-House)

Protection & Environment Course

-The OSM Group (In-House)

Basic Purifiers & Auxiliary Equipment

-Norwegian Training Center-Manila

Protection and Environment Course

-Norwegian Training Center-Manila

Marlins English Language Test - 95%

-The OSM Group

AMOS - Administration of Maintenance, Operations and Spares

-TSM Shipping Training Inc, Training Room

Electric Arc & Gas Welding

- Norwegian Training Center / Unitor-Manila

CBT - Computer Based Training course on Personal Safety, Ship General Safety, Medical First Aid, Basic & Advanced Firefighting, HAZMAT-IMDG Code, Personal Survival & Survival Crafts, Human Relations & Social Responsibilities, Medical Care

- G.C. Rieber – Seagull

CBT - Computer Based Training Course on Safety, Health & Environment

- G.C. Rieber – Seagull


Skils


Comprehensive knowledge n the use of lathe machine, gas and arc welding and various types of tools used in workshop.

Computer literate, especially on Windows operating systems & Microsoft Office.

Experienced in using different types of computer-based planned maintenance systems.

Have good knowledge on trouble shooting main engine and auxilliary machinery problems or defects.

Fast learner with good motivation for self-improvement.


 

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