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International Crew Supply
• Overall on-site responsibility for the Technical maintenance of all vessels.
• To ensure the continuous maintenance of tugs, vessels and other marine equipment to minimize downtime.
• To arrange local supply contacts and arrangements to ensure continuity within the operating budget as locally agreed.
• To supervise maintenance programs for vessels and to provide dry dock specifications.
• To directly supervise sub-contractors working on the company’s vessels and equipment on-site.
• To advise management promptly of any fault with or damages to the vessels or equipment.
• To maintain a continuous record of maintenance under an agreed program in a suitable planned maintenance system.
• Manage stock control system and a spares ordering procedure.
• To perform all required tasks in emergencies.
• Monitoring the ordering of lubes and engine room consumables - amount and quality.
• Ensure all operations are conducted in accordance with company procedures and safety requirements.
• Act as training coordinator / facilitator when required.
• Coordinating between vessels and regional technical management.
• To Supervise and Maintain the enhanced computerized planned maintenance on company automated systems.
• Ensure that safety and health regulations are complied with daily.
• Pro- active participation in HMS
• Responsible for all required arrangements for docking, maintenance and repair budgets, and monitoring of expenditure, preparation of docking specifications and reports.
• Ensure onboard compliance with company policies in regards to planned maintenance, QA, ISM, Security and safe operation of the fleet.
• Participation and strict compliance with all Health, Safety, & Environment rules, regulations, company policies and processes when/where applicable, in particular with regard to the environment
• Prepare and control maintenance and repair budget of the marine units.
• Other duties as may be required by the Contract Manager and/or Country Manager.
• Class 1 Motor Certificate of Competency essential (STCW ’95 CoC III/Class 1Chief Engineer).
• Good diagnostic skills
• Budget formulation, monitoring and cost management skills
• Effective communication skills, including negotiation and project management skills
• Excellent prioritization and time management skills with the ability to delegate tasks as required.
• Computer literacy in Word, Excel and MS Project.
• High level of awareness of HS&E management.
• Experience with and knowledge of, modern marine coating systems
• Must remain up to date with Industry advances, technology and legislation.
• 5 years minimum in the similar field. Similar operational experience,
• ideally within small vessel sector (towage and/or offshore)
• A commitment to and high degree of awareness of Quality and HS&E issues
• In-depth knowledge of the maritime industry
• Strong communication and people skills
• Resilient, pro-active, self-starter
• Have an ability to make decisions and prioritize
• Work well under pressure, and retain sense of humour.