Job Openings Port Captain
About the job Port Captain
- Ensure that all vessels are in full compliance with all international and statutory rules and regulation and Client requirements.
- To ensure the successful, safe and profitable conduct of the vessels operations.
- To Prepare vessel report in the required report format
- Complies with ADNOC Offshore requirements
02 DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Maintain complete set of valid class & Flag state certificates for each vessel.
- Report details of all jobs and activities relative to vessel surveys to Management
- Coordinate with the statutory authorities for surveys & inspections to be conducted within the defined time frame.
- Ensure that vessels are equipped with necessary lifesaving appliances & firefighting equipment and ensure that all are in good operating condition.
- Ensure all vessel personnel comply with regulatory training requirements as per Standards of Training, Certification & Watch keeping (STCW) 95 / client requirements.
- Brief all newly appointed masters, Chief Officers and officers on local locations and the performance expected by the client.
- Familiarize all new joiners fully with clients requirements before appointing them to the vessel.
- Ensure that required manpower is available on vessels at all times to execute scope of work in a safe & efficient manner and meet Safe manning and Clients Criteria.
- Ensure that vessels are stocked with the required navigation charts, navigational publications, stationeries, manuals, client instructions and field charts.
- Carry out inspections on vessels to ensure compliance with all standards. Compliance in accordance with Company codes, IMO (International Maritime Organization), Client standards and HSE standards.
- Interview and approve all new masters, officers in reference to the STCW and client standards.
- Maintain and monitor PMS of all vessels in line with manufacturer manuals.
- Ensures corrective actions arising out of incident investigations are satisfactorily closed-out.
03 HSE RESPONSIBILITIES & ACCOUNTABILITY
- Ensures that all new & existing crew are competent to carry out their designated functions and their qualifications are in full compliance with statutory regulations and Client standards.
- New joining employees are properly inducted and familiarized with their work place rules and regulations.
- Carry out Periodical safety inspections for the vessels LSA and FFA.
- Attends QHSE meetings at all levels.
- Demonstrates his visible commitment to QHSEMS by means of site visits, participates in accident / incident investigations related to his area of operation, and follows up corrective / preventive actions until close out report is issued.
- Ensures all lifting equipment undergo periodical mandatory inspection & certification as per planned program.
- Maintains the validity of all relevant vessel certificates and follows up their renewal in time
- Analyzing the Marine crew needs
- The effective planning of vessel audits plan and inspections.
- The effective organizing of vessels activities.
- Establishing KPI to all vessel crew.
- In-house training pertaining to the development of the crew of vessels.
- Approval of new Marine staff recruitment.
- Providing the U.A.E Labour law implementation mechanism in his area of accountability
- Appraisal and development of deck crew.
- Motivate and reward crew within the limit of 100 on monthly basis or 300 AED as maximum.
- Termination of crew after approval from marine operation manager.
- Recommend work structures amendment on-board vessel.
- Having full authority to stop any unsafe work that may harm the health of personnel, cause injury to personnel or damage the environment.
06 QUALIFICATION & AGE LIMIT
- Master Mariner
- Master STCW-95 Unlimited Regulation II/2 White list
- More than 35 years.
07 SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
- Minimum 4 years experience in the rank of Master on any type of vessels operated by Allianz.
- Fluent in written and spoken English.
- Computer literate.