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International Crew Supply
Completes assignments as designated by the Director of Marine Operations
Crew Management oversight: participate in new hire/promotion interviews, review performance evaluation, approve final SPIP for underperforming crew members.
Survey assigned vessels, develop, and submit bid packages for dry-dockings, and major & minor repairs
Coordinate and oversee vendors/contractors to verify repairs are properly completed in a timely and fiscally responsible manner
Identify issues with engineering shipboard systems, equipment and machinery; take immediate and preventive action to correct findings
Define schedules and priorities regarding equipment maintenance and engineering projects
Report status of machinery and equipment to ship management office personnel and engineering department
Maintain accurate records of repair activities and costs
R ead and decipher technical manuals and drawings
Assists in planning, administering and coordinating both the continual and preventative maintenance programs as per the SMMS
Lead and motivate vessel staff to ensure they are provided the support they need to safely operate
Serve as the primary point of contact for assigned vessels
Interface with regulatory bodies for all attendances
Work within SMMS to maintain compliance and pass annual audits
Assist with developing operating budgets
Review all purchasing activates and approve invoices
Maintain and Audit maintenance and purchasing systems
Provide support to HSEQ department for all safety related incidents, events, and as deemed necessary
Familiarity and experience with marine operations, engines, machinery and equipment.
Ability to learn and work on various shipboard equipment and systems
Performs well in a team environment with other engineers, crewmembers, vendors and ship management personnel to troubleshoot, develop solutions, and execute action plans
Works well on their own with minimal supervision and is self-motivated
High level of organization skills and close attention to detail
Proficient with ship reliability, operations and ship’s machinery and equipment
Proficiency with computer software systems and able to learn and work within new software systems.
7-10+ years of marine engineering experience is required
Prior port engineering or closely related experience is strongly preferred
Marine Engineering Degree or equivalent experience. Maritime Academy graduate preferred.
Maintains a valid USCG Merchant Mariner Credentials (MMC) of QMED or higher. MMC of 2nd Assistant Engineer, or higher, is preferred.
Must have valid Driver's license and Transportation Workers Identification Card (TWIC).
Can perform work both in the office and outside
Can perform work in small areas and tight spaces with limited access
Available 24-hour days, days & nights, weekends and holidays via rotating schedule, and as needed for emergencies.
Climb ladders for access to cargo, ballast and void tanks (certificate of entry will be provided).
Must be able to gain access to shipyards, ports and marine facilities (TWIC).
Work for expended hours in shipyards and terminals
Travel to meet vessels, as necessary.
Galveston, TX, USA