Company: Hornbeck Offshore
Skills: Naval Architecture, Maintenance Engineer
Experience: 5 + Years
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: Ciudad del Carmen, Campeche, Mexico
No location/work authorization restrictions found.


Coordination of vessel routine preventative maintenance programs and technical activities on assigned projects.


Administer and audit fleet technical documentation, fleet certification and regulatory compliance. Supervise the Port Engineers and work closely with the corporate Engineering and Project Management Department, and specifically with the Engineering Manager on all technical and regulatory compliance activities. Review of maintenance reports and statistics to plan and modify maintenance activities and programs. Work closely with the Director of Fleet Maintenance and designees for any changes to planned maintenance activities. Inspect vessel equipment and its documentation for conformance with regulatory, technical and performance standards, including adherence to the Company Vessel Configuration Management Policy and Procedures. Plan, develop, and implement the new methods and procedures designed to reduce vessel maintenance and repair costs, in effect grading utilization of internal labor and material resources. Assist vessel crews and Operations personnel in obtaining technical information from vendors on specific equipment. Manages relationships with technical vendors. Develop, review and submit for approval specifications, drawings, plans, sketches and other information pertaining to construction and commissioning of major modifications/conversion projects to ensure compliance by contracting shipyards, consultants and vendors with company specifications, regulatory body requirements, and vessel service functionalities to the Engineering Manager. Integration and organization of technical documentation, including distribution of knowledge and interface management, shall be performed. All technical documentation shall be reviewed by the Engineering Manager and maintained in the central corporate vessel technical documentation data repository. Insure by audit and field inspection fleet personnel adherence to regular maintenance and repair program work schedules. Assimilate and administer of all vessel hardware and operational certifications, whether regulatory or commercial in scope. Monitor and coordinate with Director of Operations and VP of Safety and Health, company and vessel certifications. Fleet operations support functions shall include, but not be limited to, responding to requests from vessel personnel, vessel group managers, the maintenance and engineering departments for technical verification and/or documentation of vessel technical characteristics and capabilities such as: Cargo product compatibility and cargo system readiness. Transmittal of appropriate vessel documentation to operations, engineering and/or maintenance representatives. Assimilation and regular scheduled maintenance of emergency "crash kits" of vessel technical documentation for company's emergency preparedness program. In conjunction with vessel engineers, identify and plan shipyard/ major maintenance events, and in conjunction with the appointed shipyard repair superintendent audit of shipyard/ major maintenance budget preparation and post event analysis.


Education: Bachelor's degree in a marine related technical field.

Experience: Five (5) years of related technical experience.

Skills: Fluency in English and Spanish. Familiarity with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook). Basic functional use of AutoCad. Knowledge of NS5. In depth understanding of all applicable Mexico Regulations and IACS Class Society Rules.

Must be willing to board and ride vessels to increase understanding of how this role supports our business.


Eyesight: Functional, correctable to 20/20

Hearing: Functional, correctable to normal to perceive sounds at normal speaking levels with or without correction; Ability to receive detailed information through oral communication and to make the discriminations in sound.

Speech: Ability to express or exchange ideas by means of the spoken word.

Mobility: Unencumbered by physical limitations to perform vessel survey and inspection duties, including: walking, climbing, crawling, lifting (less than 50 pounds), pulling, reaching and vehicle driving (automatic and manual vehicles).


Standard hours are 8:00am - 5:00pm Monday through Friday. Potential exists for extensive travel and overtime as required by responsibilities and as directed by supervisor. Regular and reliable attendance is required.