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On March 20, 2015,


▪ Responsible for safe watch keeping, control and maintenance of engine room mechanical equipment and propulsion equipment;

▪ Maintain routine documentation as required by Company


▪ Report to 1st Engineer

▪ Be familiar with and maintain awareness of the relevant Company requirements and where applicable, the latest industry codes and standards including statutory rules and regulations;

▪ Ensure all work space activities are carried out in a manner consistent with Company policies and in accordance to Vessel Management Manual;

▪ Ensure safe and efficient operations of engine room machinery, during his duty watch;

▪ Ensure that DP engine room operations, where required, are carried out as per Company procedures;

▪ Ensure that the Asset Management Operative System (AMOS) is rigorously implemented, in order to survey, test and maintain all ship machinery/equipments, comprising Emergency and Safety systems;

▪ Carry out all analysis task for cooling water, sanitary water, diesel oil and oil for all equipment

▪ Participate in bunkering/offloading of fuel/oil and the refueling of vessels;

▪ Advise 1st Engineer for efficient and timely ordering of spares for the equipment under his charge

▪ Perform duties within the vessel emergency team as indicated in Emergency Preparedness Manual

▪ Intervene and report to 1st Engineer any unsafe act, unsafe working conditions, near misses and incidents/accidents;

▪ Ensure the Chief Engineer/1st Engineer is informed immediately of any condition or incident that arises as per standing instruction;

▪ Ensure that no major action will be undertaken or executed without informing the Chief Engineer / 1st Engineer;

▪ Report to the 1st Engineer or Chief Engineer any hazardous situation that goes beyond his intervention Authority;

▪ Carry out watch in engine room;

▪ Maintain safe working practices.


▪ For 2nd Engineer minimum two (2) year experience on off-shore activities as Engine Cadet and 3rd Engineer or higher rank, unless a defined rank of 1st Engineer had been previously covered on board merchant marine vessels;

▪ For 3rd Engineer minimum One (1) year experience on off-shore activity unless a defined rank of 1st Engineer / 2nd Engineer had been previously covered on board merchant marine vessels


▪ Knowledge of the Asset Management Operative System (AMOS), in order to handle all logistical functions, and prepare reports;

▪ Capability to monitor the power plant controls and power distribution ensuring power is available at all times;

▪ Capability to perform inspections and maintenance on vessel electrical equipments, to carry out maintenance and repair on electrical components of marine equipment i.e. thrusters motor and auxiliaries, ballast pumps, control panels, cranes, etc., to install new equipment as required with regards to electrical wiring, junction box, etc.;

▪ Full understanding and capability to operate on ballast control equipments , pumps, ballast lines, refueling control, loading and unloading cargo and ballasting, lease with deck department regarding the loading ordering and use the fuel, potable water to maintain the vessel stability

 Education and certifications:

▪ Naval Institute graduate;

▪ Hold a certificate of competency on a seagoing ship powered by main propulsion machinery of 750kW propulsion, in charge of an engineering watch in a manned Engine Room, or designated duty engineer officer in a periodically unmanned engine room

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