Company: Connect Energy Services
Skills: Captain / Master, Dynamic Positioning
Experience: 10 + Years
Education: Some College
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: Singapore
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Out Client is pioneer in maritime activities and are based in Singapore. Currently they are seeking for a Technical Manager to work with them on a permanent basis.

Preferred Experiences

  • Possess relevant sea-going work experience as Chief Engineer/Marine Engineer with Class 1 Certification or equivalent with in experience in AHTS, Offshore Supply/Offshore tug/ Dive Support vessels. Those with DP vessel experience will be highly advantageous.
  • Possess good organisational and communication skills and hands-on.
  • Independent and resourceful. Able to work under pressure to meet deadline
  • Analytical and highly proactive in technical trouble shooting and problem solving
  • Able to conduct effective stand-up training for vessel crews Ability to travel within short notice as required

Education and Key Certifications

  • Must have sailed on board offshore vessels as Chief Engineer or 2nd Engineer
  • Class 1 COC, DP Maintenance Certificate, High Voltage Certification

Responsibilties

  • Overall supervision of all superintendents in the assigned fleet.
  • Maintain contact with Classification societies, shipyards, repair firms, industry groups, trade associations, equipment manufacturers and designers, Government bodies and other organizations that may be helpful to carry out the assigned duties and responsibilities.
  • To be able to carry out project planning / execution and delivery on time.
  • To prepare vessel operating expense budget and ensuring approved budgets are maintained by closely checking the day-to-day expenses of the vessels and by monitoring inventory control of stores and spares. Monitor performance of vessels, compliance with all of the applicable safety and pollution prevention regulations and certification status of vessels. Ensure that vessels are always maintained in seaworthy condition and trading certificates are valid.
  • Ensure that Superintendents carry out routine vessel inspections as stipulated and submit inspection reports. Plan for carrying out dry-docking and major repairs in coordination with principals after making the cost comparison of various yards and repairers in the most efficient and cost effective manner by directing and assisting concerned Superintendents.
  • Ensure that all technical reports as required by various Principals are timely prepared by Superintendents.
  • Monitor major deficiencies/defects that exist in the vessels and ensure timely corrective actions are taken in order that the vessels' performance and safety is not jeopardized. Technical manager should be able to provide solutions and carry out root cause analysis to come up with a preventive action.
  • Project operating cost expenses pertaining to technical items before the yearly budgets are prepared.
  • Oversee that all items pertaining to health, safety, security and pollution prevention are regularly checked with the aim of achieving high standards of safe and pollution free voyages and general wellbeing of all on board the vessels.
  • Verify all incoming reports from the vessels and identify areas which require immediate attention and initiate/ monitor corrective actions by concerned Superintendents.
  • Closely monitor performance of all vessels and ensure that all Charter Party requirements are being fulfilled. Identify reasons for deviation if any and ensure that remedial measures are taken.
  • Ensure preparations of necessary documentation pertaining to Hull and Machinery and P and I insurance claims for vessels and forward these to the underwriters for processing of claims.
  • Carry out periodical inspection of vessels , prepare a detailed report, and formulate an up-gradation plan and follow-up progress with the Superintendent and the vessel.
  • Instruct/assist Superintendents to prepare repair specifications and coordinate with various repair firms for effecting major repairs, if any, during the voyage without incurring delay to vessel.
  • For matters pertaining to accident handling, equipment breakdown and safety and pollution prevention aspects, act as the link between the vessel and the office.
  • To Monitor the assigned fleet of PSV - AHTS - Towing vessels to ensure compliance with all the applicable flag / class and legal requirements.
  • Overall supervision of all superintendents in the assigned fleet.
  • Maintain contact with Classification societies, shipyards, repair firms, industry groups, trade associations, equipment manufacturers and designers, Government bodies and other organizations that may be helpful to carry out the assigned duties and responsibilities.
  • To be able to carry out project planning / execution and delivery on time.
  • To prepare vessel operating expense budget and ensuring approved budgets are maintained by closely checking the day-to-day expenses of the vessels and by monitoring inventory control of stores and spares. Monitor performance of vessels, compliance with all of the applicable safety and pollution prevention regulations and certification status of vessels. Ensure that vessels are always maintained in seaworthy condition and trading certificates are valid.
  • Ensure that Superintendents carry out routine vessel inspections as stipulated and submit inspection reports. Plan for carrying out dry-docking and major repairs in coordination with principals after making the cost comparison of various yards and repairers in the most efficient and cost effective manner by directing and assisting concerned Superintendents.
  • Ensure that all technical reports as required by various Principals are timely prepared by Superintendents.
  • Monitor major deficiencies/defects that exist in the vessels and ensure timely corrective actions are taken in order that the vessels' performance and safety is not jeopardized. Technical manager should be able to provide solutions and carry out root cause analysis to come up with a preventive action.
  • Project operating cost expenses pertaining to technical items before the yearly budgets are prepared.
  • Oversee that all items pertaining to health, safety, security and pollution prevention are regularly checked with the aim of achieving high standards of safe and pollution free voyages and general wellbeing of all on board the vessels.
  • Verify all incoming reports from the vessels and identify areas which require immediate attention and initiate/ monitor corrective actions by concerned Superintendents.
  • Closely monitor performance of all vessels and ensure that all Charter Party requirements are being fulfilled. Identify reasons for deviation if any and ensure that remedial measures are taken.
  • Ensure preparations of necessary documentation pertaining to Hull and Machinery and P and I insurance claims for vessels and forward these to the underwriters for processing of claims.
  • Carry out periodical inspection of vessels , prepare a detailed report, and formulate an up-gradation plan and follow-up progress with the Superintendent and the vessel.
  • Instruct/assist Superintendents to prepare repair specifications and coordinate with various repair firms for effecting major repairs, if any, during the voyage without incurring delay to vessel.
  • For matters pertaining to accident handling, equipment breakdown and safety and pollution prevention aspects, act as the link between the vessel and the office.
  • To Monitor the assigned fleet of PSV - AHTS - Towing vessels to ensure compliance with all the applicable flag / class and legal requirements.