- Driver's License
- TWIC Card
- Communication Skills
- Organizational Skills
- Life Insurance
- Health Insurance
- Vision Insurance
- Dental Insurance
Job category: Office
Location: East Coast (Staten Island, NY) & Gulf Coast (Tampa, FL & Houston, TX)
Reports to: Vice President of Maintenance, Repair & New Construction
Work Status: Full Time
Pay Status: Salaried
The Port Engineer works to ensure that all vessels are up-kept and maintained to the highest standards in the industry.
Assist in planning, administering and coordination of both the maintenance and preventative maintenance programs for an assigned group of vessels.
Review and oversee repair specifications during a voyage repair, overhaul, modification and/or conversion of an assigned group of vessels.
Conduct periodic inspections of vessels; and provide written reports on findings and corrective action plans.
Act as a liaison with shipyards, equipment suppliers, classification societies and regulatory bodies.
Assure all assigned vessels are operating within the companies operating policies and procedures.
Travel to various ports of call to consult with vessel personnel regarding operating procedures, maintenance schedules, and safety requirements.
Monitor vessel maintenance programs, prepare work bids, and solicit bids within company guidelines.
Review vessel personnel relieving reports, and provide documentation and written comments.
Has a strong knowledge and understanding of company’s Safety Management System.
Working Conditions & Environment:
Must be able to work in both office and outside conditions.
Available 24 hours a day, including nights, weekends and holidays via rotating schedule.
Must be able to climb ladders for access to cargo/ballast/void tanks (certificate for entry will be provided).
Must be able to gain access to shipyards and oil terminals (TWIC required).
Ability to travel as needed.
Knowledge, Skills and Educational Requirements:
College degree or equivalent experience (5) years in marine transportation.
Minimum three to five (3-5) years’ experience in shipyard and vessel operations.
Working knowledge of USCG and ABS Vessel Regulations, and ISM Code.
Valid TWIC Card / Driver’s License.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Strong organizational skills.
Neat and professional in appearance.
Ability to multi-task and work in fast pace environment.
Health Savings Account
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