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Job Description

Working as part of a small but close-knit and professional team you will be responsible for the day-to-day marine and technical management of the company’s vessels, with the responsibility of maximising operational and financial efficiency and minimising downtime, thereby ensuring optimum commercial effectiveness.
Your key roles and responsibilities include managing the repair and maintenance budgets to ensure that spend is in line with agreed parameters and you will continually be seeking ways of reducing running costs. You will therefore be responsible for compiling docking and maintenance specifications as well as maintaining spares stock in a cost effective and efficient manner to ensure that spare parts are always available as and when required.
You will act as both the Designated Person Ashore and the Company Security Officer and must therefore have previous experience in, and undertaken appropriate training for, both of these roles.  And with safety absolutely paramount you must be able to show previous experience in the management of Health & Safety.  You will also be involved in the welfare of the crew as and when required and so must have proven abilities in man management.
You will hold a current valid STCW III/2 Chief Engineer Certificate of Competency and have previous experience in a senior sea-going rank.  A knowledge of small vessel operations is preferable, and you must be able to demonstrate previous experience of shipboard maintenance management systems.  However, as indicated by your key responsibilities shown above, you must understand financial reports and be experienced in both devising and managing budgets as well as being competent in budget analysis.