Office (with UK and foreign travel as required)
Reports To: Head of Technical
Qualifications: 2nd Engineer or Chief Engineer Unlimited
Experience required: Time served as 2nd Engineer or higher, preferably on RoRos
or similar. Previous experience as Technical Superintendent would be desirable.
to 5pm Monday – Friday (with OOHs work, as and when required)
Relocation Package: Not available
All candidates must have the right to
work in the UK and hold either a British / EU passport or unrestricted
Full UK driving licence is required.
To act under the direction of the
Head of Technical, to ensure the safe and economic operation of the vessels allocated
to his/ her fleet.
In accordance with ISM Code, the
Technical Superintendent will monitor the safety and pollution
prevention aspects and ensure that
adequate resources and shore‐ based support are applied.
Masters of such vessels will be
directly responsible to the Technical Superintendent.
liaison with the Marine Department, to be responsible for such vessels in
accordance with the company's Safety Management System policies.
or arrange visits, to his vessels on a regular basis to ensure, that the laid
down standards are maintained.
in conjunction with the Marine Personnel Manager, that additional crew members
and/or travelling fitters are supplied as required by the maintenance/repair
maintenance, rep air; spare gear, dry‐docking, stores and lub oil
budgets, together with monthly cash expenditure forecasts.
with the Operations Manager to ensure that the full operating budgets for each
vessel are prepared in accordance with the Accountant's schedule.
maintain, with assistance from the Purchasing Manager, a continuous record of
expenditure on all budgeted items and ensure that the monthly cumulative
expenditure (actual and estimate) versus the relevant budgets are produced, so
that variances may be immediately identified.
To prepare, and ensure that crews carry out,
the relevant planned maintenance schedules in accordance with the policy agreed
with the Head of Technical.
repair and dry‐ doc king specifications as necessary.
all maintenance, repair, spare gear, dry‐docking, stores and luboil
invoices within a timely manner of their receipt by the office.
vessels speed and consumption at sea and consumption in port, together with the
efficient operation of the cargo gear, ballast pumps, together with other deck
and safety equipment.
vessel s Class and trading certificates to ensure timely renewal and/or survey.
out pre‐purchase inspection of vessels as required and submit
written reports on the company's standard form within 5 working days of return
to the office.
the Operations Manager in compiling monthly/quarterly reports and in dealing
with marine insurance claims and liaise with the Accountant in respect of
quarterly financial variance explanations.
required by the Head of Technical, to assess supply companies as required under
Chapter 6 of the Quality Policy Manual, to ensure their suitability for
inclusion on the "acceptable list".
authorise additions and/or deletions to the list of accept able suppliers.
out audit work when necessary in accordance with the company's Safety
Management System policies.
abreast of technical development s and make suggestions regarding their
application to his fleet.
seminars and conferences as required.
inter‐de part mental meetings as required.
class/flag promptly when defects affecting the classification arise.
Authority for expenditure in
accordance with the relevant budgets.
Expenditure over the cumulative
budget to be agreed with the Head of Technical or, in his absence, the Managing