About the job Chief Engineer / Jack up Rig
Baltic Resourcing is currently looking for candidates for the position of Chief Engineer.
The role of the Chief Engineer is responsible for all operations and maintenance that has to do with any and all engineering equipment throughout the vessel.
The Chief Engineer has direct and indirect supervisory authority over the Work of the engine room crew.
Valid CoC Chief Engineer, issued by a recognized administration
Valid Maintenance Supervisor (IMOa.891) license
Documented minimum 24 months practical experience as Second Engineer (assistant chief engineer) from mobile units.
Documented good all-round competence relating to the platforms different systems with particular emphasis on all technical systems.
Management experience and competence required.
Completed training in the company's governing documentation.
In compliance to the flag State competence requirements and documentation
Fluent written/oral English language.
The primary function of the Chief Engineer is to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the Engine Department and proper maintenance of vessel, plant and equipment.
Their responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the keeping of operational standard and the maintenance and repair of hull, structure and all mechanical and electrical equipment.
The responsibilities of the Chief Engineer are to administer the Planned Maintenance System. The Chief Engineer shall administer the SMS budget
including purchasing and ensure budgetary control is maintained by all departments.
In addition the Chief Engineer is responsible for all fixed and portable fire-fighting equipment.
Their responsibilities also include the planning and logging of working hours for the engine room crew and the organisation of the onboard safetytraining programme for emergency in close co-operation with the Chief Officer and the Safety Officer.
The Chief Engineer is responsible for the maintenance of technical operation records and files and for keeping a sufficient stock of bunkers and lubricants as well as ordering according to Company Procedures.
The Chief Engineer's responsibilities also include the evaluation of reported nonconformity, necessary corrective actions and verifications, as required by OOS Internationals Integrated Management System, in co-operation with the Master/ OIM.