4 years minimum experience Marine / Port Operation. Gulf Experience Preferred.
For certification, should not have less than 12 months as qualified engineer officer.
Previous Certificate & Seagoing Service as Second Engineer on Ships (750 kw- 3000 kW propulsion power). Should meet the requirements for certification as an Officer in Charge of an Engineering watch and have not less than 24 months approved seagoing service of which not less than 12 months shall have been served while qualified to serve as Second Engineer.
Education & Training:
Should have complete approved education and training and meet the standard of competence as specified in Section AH-III/3 of the STCW Code.
Good spoken and written English.
Chief Engineer foreign going
10 years minimum experience. 2 Years Minimum experience as acting Chief Engineer incl.
ASD propulsion system experience.
National Certificate of Competence & Endorsement (Certificate Required)
Previous Certificate & Seagoing Service as Chief Engineer on Ships (3000 kW propulsion
power or more): - Should meet the requirements for ce11ification as an Officer in Charge of an Engineering watch and have not less than 36 months approved seagoing service of which not less than 12 months shall have been served as an Engineer in a position of responsibility while qualified to serve as Second Engineer.
Education & Training: Should have complete approved education and training and meet the standard of competence as specified in Section A-III/2, III/3 of the STCW Code.
Thorough understanding of program scheduling techniques.
Good Knowledge in maintenance of equipment
Good Knowledge of mechanical projects work, workshop practice and facilities
Fluent in reading, writing, and speaking English. Be able to complete assigned jobs with no direct supervision
Assistant Tug Master
Assist Tug Master for manoeuvring the Tug on all operations including berthing/unbe1thing operations, towing of vessels and barges, supplying vessels at anchor and in roads, transporting people, equipment, supply of fresh water and fuel to all offshore installations.
Takes complete charge of tugs of any size and directs/supervises activities on board and carries out shore-based duties as and when directed.
Assists Tug Master to direct and supervise all the activities of personnel on board.
Assists Tug Master in duties related to salvage, rescue, firefighting, oil spill combat/ drills.
Assists Tug Master 111 admin related duties, inventories, storing, etc.
Follow Company HSE and operational procedures
Education and Training: 2nd Mate/Class 3 foreign going certificate(valid)
Experience: 4 (four) years seagoing experience, including minimum l (one) year as Tug Master / Assistant TM on ASD Tugs
Holding a valid GMDSS and ECDIS certificates
National or International Boat Skipper Certificate of Competency with all mandatory certificates as per STCW convention / MOC requirement.