Job type: Permanent
Job reference: : BBBH105551
Location: USA, Florida, Doral
Sector: Marine Superintendents, Marine
Salary: £0.00 per annum
Date posted: 23/10/2017
We are currently seeking a Ships Manager. The Ships Manager will manage day-to-day vessel operations and budget maintenance for systems reliability and efficiency. Ensure adherence to company procedures, ship management practices and vessel regulatory compliance while giving absolute regard to safety of life at sea and protection of the environment at all times.
*Control and monitor execution of activities connected with maintenance, repairs, surveys and certificate requirements, conversion, modification and dry docking of vessels. Work closely with on board and shore side management to ensure clearance of repairs, reported deficiencies, damages and non-conformities with the support of assigned project manager and company field specialists.
*Inspect the vessels of often as necessary and report on general machinery space conditions, repairs and maintenance, crew performance, safety, environmental protection and any required actions.
*Monitor full implementation of the electronic Planned Maintenance System onboard and work with various departments and teams to ensure completed documentation of vessel equipment and drawings.
*Monitor documentation and certificates. Schedule safety surveys including USCG inspections and maintenance/repair interventions. Communicate relevant technical updates, information and new regulations to appropriate shipside management.
*Plan and prepare dry-dock specifications, following overall vessel repair and maintenance requirements and all statutory inspection criteria.
*Verify and approve requisitions for spares, services and consumables and materials.
*Cooperate with Purchasing Department in evaluation of suppliers, vendors and product proposals.
*Provide VP Compliance, Environmental & Occupational Safety, VP Technical Operations, Director Technical Operations and Master and Environmental Officer with any information received during the course of ordinary duties relating to environmental compliance issues and incidents.
*Perform other job related functions as assigned.
*Provide technical shipboard senior management performance evaluation.
*Plan along with manning department technical personnel schedule.
*Supervise tasks assigned to asset managers of specific fields.
*Bachelor's Degree in Naval Architecture, Marine Engineering or related field of study or equivalent marine, engineering or electrical degree; or licensed engineer with minimum 10 years of experience or minimum 5 years of experience working in capacity of Port Engineer or Ship Superintendent.
*Solid knowledge of marine technical and regulatory compliance.
*Sound budgeting skills to manage technical budget for assigned vessels.
*Extensive technical know-how.
*Organizational skills to coordinate multiple ship activities simultaneously.
*Interpersonal skills to work effectively in a team based environment.
*Good leadership and effective management skills.
*Excellent communication and follow-up skills for frequent interactions with both Shipboard and Shoreside staff.
*Working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite.
*Ability to traverse and navigate efficiently through all areas of the vessels, including but not limited to: entering/exiting numerous type tanks and climbing/descending steep grade ladder wells.
*Frequent domestic and international travel required.
For more information about this role please contact our Houston office