EOI - Tug Engineer (PNG) Guinea For more than 175 years, Svitzer has been providing customised marine services to clients worldwide. Our diverse and purpose built fleet of 400+ vessels operates in more than 40 countries, providing tailored solutions in harbour, terminal and offshore towage as well as in salvage operations. The cornerstone of our business is an unconditional respect for each other and the world we live in. To achieve this, Svitzer sets the highest standards of training and knowledge in our industry, and encourages a culture of safety, innovation, and entrepreneurship amongst its employees. We stand ready to provide safety and support at sea. Being a part of the Maersk Group with over 89,000 employees and offices in 130 countries, we have the scope to help you achieve even your most ambitious career goals. Svitzer PNG is committed to increasing the diversity of its workforce and creating an inclusive and supportive work environment, where all employees are valued and inspired to achieve their personal... and professional goals. We encourage applications from all backgrounds and ages, as well as other diversity groups in the community. Reporting to the Operations Manager and Master onboard the vessel, your key responsibilities may include but will not be limited to: Compliance with operating procedures authorized by Svitzer, including Quality Assurance and ISM procedures in so far as they relate to the engineer's duties; Tug maintenance in accordance with the programmed maintenance schedule and budget; Supervision of personnel undertaking and assisting in the engineering function; Responsibility for signing off on maintenance work completed; Participation in safety training, including the training of other crew members; Monitoring and review of relevant occupational health and safety standards and procedures and reporting as appropriate; Ensuring day to day compliance with relevant environmental regulations; Managing the work of ratings and providing training and support for officer trainees.
To be considered for this role you will be required to demonstrate: A minimum Engineer Class 1 / Officer in Charge of an Engineering Watch STCW Reg III/2 or equivalent Experience as Chief Engineer leading a team of Engine room staff in the maritime industry (offshore industry experience is desirable); Experience with Medium speed engines and ASD DP2 experience and K-POS or similar DP maintenance preferred Experience and high level of awareness of environment, health, safety and security management and legislation; Ability to work under pressure, particularly in emergency situations Proven ability to lead and work as part of an effective team; Good written and verbal communication skills; Knowledge of IT systems including Microsoft Office Guinea undefined undefined