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Job Description – Marine Superintendent (001519)



Marine Superintendent – (001519)



Key Roles & Responsibilities
•   Ensure Company owned and managed vessels and Jack-up Barges comply with Class and Statutory regulations (MODU) and possess valid vessel and client certifications.
•   Liaise with the Crewing team regarding aspects of travel, crew changes, and other personnel issues in conjunction with the Vessel Master. Monitor crew overlap days.
•   Monitor crew compliance with Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW 95) and its subsequent amendments, Maritime Labour Convention 2006 (MLC), and other training requirements (as per Client requirements).
•   Inspect Vessels Planned Maintenance System to ensure its operating condition as per the Company Safety Management System (SMS) and its compliance with International Safety Management (ISM) code and MLC.
•   Ensure that all mandatory procedures i.e., Toolbox talks, Risk assessments, and permits to work systems are used effectively and filed for audit purposes.
•   Monitor that vessels / Jack-up barges carry and update, as required, necessary publications, procedures, operational manuals, and other documents required by the flag state and other regulatory bodies.
•   Ensure that International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) guidelines and best industry practices are adhered to at all times, with regard to vessel Dynamic Positioning (DP) operations, equipment, and personnel requirements.
•   Inspect the fleet’s DP equipment to ensure that it is in a fully operational state of readiness at all times.
•   Attend annual DP and Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) trials of existing and newly Built vessels.
•   Undertake offshore visits to vessels / Jack-=up barges in order to conduct on-board inspections & training to the Officers and crew.
•   Visit locations for taking over new build vessels or inspect vessels / Jack-up barges, as required by the Management, in terms of compliance with Class and Statutory regulations.
•   Undertake visits of Manning Agencies from annual external ISO/ ISM audits
•   Participate in internal and external audits of vessels /Jack-up barges to ensure their operating condition as per the Company Safety Management System (SMS)
•   Conduct internal Offshore Vessel Inspection Database (OVID) inspections in preparation for all charterers.
•   Execute activities within the approved vessel’s budget guidelines and communicate any deviations in advance to Line Manager
•   Assist in In-house Training on Ship Handling/DP simulator.
•   Ensure operations/work processes occur in accordance with all relevant legal, regulatory, and any other standards and requirements to which compliance is required.
•   Perform job-related duties as assigned.
•   To assist in Barge, move procedures (BMP) consulting with Marine Warranty Surveyor (MWS) on relevant information required for the BMP. 
•   Liaise with our design/drawing team for location drawings for new positions etc for Jack-up barges.




Dimension   Minimum requirements
Education & Professional Qualification   – Unlimited Master Mariner’s license in compliance with STCW II/2 or Graduation related to Maritime studies
Professional Experience   -Minimum 8-10 Years of Experience, Minimum 3 year shore experience as Port Captain or Marine Superintendent in Offshore Company with experience operating Jack-up barges.
Geographic Experience   Any location.
Computer Skills   – Proficient in Microsoft systems and electronic management systems and being able to maintain a database.
Language Skills   – Business fluent English (both written and spoken)

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