4 weeks on / 4 weeks off rotation.
The Company currently have vacancies for Chief Engineers in its ERRV/MRV fleet.
Chief Engineer is responsible for the following:
The technical status of the ship, its machinery and propulsion systems, and for ensuring that all equipment installed onboard is in an operational condition.
Ensure the vessel complies with relevant rules and regulations as issued by the authorities of the flag of the vessel, by Classification Society, by I.M.O. Port Authorities and by the vessels owners’ management.
The safe, efficient and economic operation and maintenance of all machinery, systems and specialist equipment permanently installed on board, as well as the maintenance of the fabric of the vessel.
Overall responsibility of the Engine Room Department.
Ensuring that, in all circumstances and at all times, an effective and efficient watch is maintained in the engine room
Reporting defects via company approved planned maintenance system.
Promptly updating status and content of defects within company approved planned maintenance system to ensure they are kept up to date and current.
Requisitioning stores, spares and equipment for the Engine Department
Delegating tasks to Engine Room staff.
Actively promoting and progressing the company Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental Policy.