•Ensuring the full technical readiness of vessels to meet the service commitments of the operating location.
•The management, planning and coordination of maintenance, regular service periods, dry-dockings and vessel upgrades through the designated service contractors / vessel crew as appropriate, ensuring prompt return to the fleet.
•The development and use of planned maintenance systems via group digital maintenance management
•Ensure that vessels are properly maintained and ready to meet the operational requirements of the port and our service commitment to our customers.
•Management of the technical budget for the maintenance and repair, dry dockings, including monitoring of and control of the costs of repairs and maintenance.
•Assist the Cluster Technical Manager in the planning and co-ordination of maintenance, regular servicing, dry dockings and vessel upgrades through the designated service providers.
Degree in marine engineering or equal nautical degree, either engineering to a minimum of STCW II/1, unlimited, motor (minimum class II certification, preferential class I) or equivalent marine knowledge/experience.
•Collaborative team player who work well together with both onshore and crew colleagues
•Marine operational experience including management as senior seagoing engineer or superintendent preferred
•Familiarity with Maritime Rules, Regulations, Codes and Guidelines; ISM Code and ISPS requirement’s and class.
•Experience with setting and maintaining financial budgets.
•Verbal and written fluency in English and Danish/ Swedish (depending on location, understanding of both Danish and Swedish is a plus)
•Financial analysis skills and leadership abilities.
•A strong aptitude for numbers and accuracy and be able to perform under stress and work within strict deadlines.
•Professional approach to yard representatives, Class surveyors and Maritime administration personal.
•The role requires extensive travel in Denmark and Sweden, due to the location of vessels to be supervised.