Marine Superintendent | Singapore

Deadline
30/09/2021 7 days

Contact
Maria Ching  

We are now looking for a Marine Superintendent in Singapore.


Contribution and Aim

  • The Marine Superintendent shall coordinate the marine operations of vessels and act as support to the Fleet Manager and/or Vessel Manager and/or General Manager, Fleet in matters related to marine operations.
  • When Marine Superintendent is on board vessels, he may act at Master’s discretion as an advisor regarding navigation, mooring and cargo operations.
  • The Marine Superintendent shall ensure a good dialog and cooperation with vessel charterer and other parties involved in the operation of the vessels.
  • The Marine Superintendent shall ensure a good dialog and cooperation with vessel management regarding the marine operation of the vessels and keep the Vessel Manager and/or General Manager, Fleet informed on such communications.
  • The Marine Superintendent has a specific duty to inform the Fleet Manager and/or Vessel Manager and/or General Manager, Fleet on all matters related to SMS that directly involve the daily operation of the vessels.
  • Treat safety and environmental compliance as a top priority.
  • Contribute to the achievement of the company’s KPI figures.

Key Responsibilities and Role(s)

  • Ensure that cargo and ballast procedures are properly implemented on board and verify cargo and/or ballast plans for compliance with all safety aspects.
  • Ensure, in cooperation with HSEQ, that Navigation practices/procedures meets industry standards and are effectively implemented through implementation of suitable controls, equipment and training.
  • Monitor vessel operations for compliance with the Company’s policies and procedures, ensuring that it is effectively implemented on board.
  • Ensure that practical procedures to meet the Company’s Objectives and Policies are implemented and revised as deemed necessary.
  • Coordinate and arrange for Vetting inspections such as SIRE, CDI & RightShip inspections of vessels as applicable and follow-up on closure of findings.
  • Coordinate Flag State Control (FSC), Port State Control (PSC) and United State Coast Guard (USCG) inspections and responses to deficiencies observed during these types of inspections.
  • Ensure compliance with MARPOL and OPA-90 in relation to vessel operation.
  • Coordinate preparation, approval and maintenance of OPA-90/VRP, SMPEP, SOPEP or other flag state required preparedness plans.
  • Coordinate registration and take over or hand over of new vessels.
  • Coordinate and arrange issuance and amendments to the CSR (Continuous Synopsis Record).
  • Monitor the registration and follow up of Non-Conformities and planned Corrective Actions.
  • Keep Vessel Manager and/or Fleet Manager and/or General Manager, Fleet informed about matters related to the area of responsibility of the Marine Superintendent.
  • Carry out other work as required by Fleet Manager and/or General Manager, Fleet as applicable.

Required Competencies

  • The person holding this position should have served at sea having reached either the proficiency as Master or Chief Mate or held a similar position ashore for at least 2 years.
  • Further the person should demonstrate experience in management of Marine and HSEQ matters.

Core Values

  • ALWAYS ON!
  • TEAM BUILDERS
  • RESPONSIBLE
  • FRIENDLY