Dedicated Marine Engineer with excellent technical, analytical and communication skills demonstrated by over 19 years of experience performing quality troubleshooting.
Identified potential problems that would have resulted in lost time and revenue for the vessel and company.
Provided and served as on-board Safety Supervisor for Kirby Inland Marine.
Responsible for weekly, monthly, and quarterly preventative maintenance inspections.
Outstanding Dedication and Commitment Award 1999
Outstanding Dedication and Commitment Award 2004
Outstanding Dedication and Commitment Award 2009
A Marine Chief Engineer is a key member of the on-board crew, overseeing the entire Marine engineering department on the vessel and responsible for the maintenance and operation of all engineering equipment on-board the vessel.
A Marine Chief Engineer job is of high rank on-board the vessel, and in some cases shares equal rank with the Captain. Often the duties are split between these two posts, with the Marine Chief Engineer taking responsibility for all machinery and on-board maintenance. The Marine Chief Engineer must ensure that the engine room is suitable for inspection by coastguard authorities and ensures that there is a surplus of fuel and spare parts. In an emergency the Marine Chief Engineer will assume complete control of the engine room.
A Marine Chief Engineer holds complete responsibility for the operation of the engine room and any maintenance of machinery on-board the vessel.
As head of Marine Engineering on board ship, the Marine Chief Engineer works closely with the Captain, occasionally holding equal rank, to ensure that the physical aspect of the vessel is completely under control.
You must work within a small team to ensure that all maintenance is completed efficiently and in depth.
The Marine Chief Engineer must maintain inventory for any spare parts, extra fuel and oil. This inventory must be kept up to date.
The Marine Chief Engineer must also ensure that the engine room is well kept and prepared for inspection by higher authorities, and it is the Marine Chief Engineers responsibility in the event that the inspection finds the room unsatisfactory.
You must also determine the volume of oil, fuel and lube required for each voyage and ensure that substantial quantities of each is on board.
The Marine Chief Engineer delivers general daily operation of the engine room to their primary assistant.
You must be educated to degree level and hold any other qualifications associated with Maritime engineering.
A Marine Chief Engineer must have experience in both mechanical and electrical engineering as well as experience in the oil refinery industry.
A Marine Chief Engineer must be organized to efficiently maintain the engine room and must also be able to work under pressure and within time constraints in the event of an emergency. Management skills are essential for a role in Marine Engineering at a senior level.
The Marine Chief Engineer must also be able to communicate well as part of a small team, and work cooperatively with other colleagues.
You must be proficient in any software associated with engineering.
Benzene Cargo Safety 2011
Benzene Cargo Safety 2012
Bloodborne Pathogens 2011
Certificate of Inspection Overview 2011
CFR Review 2011
Confined Space Hazards 2010
Defensive Driving - Small Vehicles 2010
Diesel Review 2010
Diesel Review 2011
Drug and Alcohol Policy 2011
Drug Free Workplace - Employees 2011
Fall Protection 2011
Fall Protection 2012
Fire Extinguisher Safety 2010
Fire Extinguisher Safety 2011
First Aid - Basic 2010
First Aid - Basic 2012
Fuel Oil Transfer Review 2010
Fugitive Emissions 2011
Fugitive Emissions 2012
Hand and Power Tool Safety 2010
Hand and Power Tool Safety 2011
Hand Wrist and Finger Safety 2011
HAZWOPER Refresher Training v3 - Part 03 2012
HAZWOPER Refresher Training v3 - Part 04 2012
HAZWOPER Refresher Training v3 - Part 09 2010
Hearing Conservation 2011
Hearing Conservation 2012
Heat Stress 2011
Hydrogen Sulfide Safety Part 1 - 2011
Hydrogen Sulfide Safety Part 2 2012
Kirby Company Policy Review 2011
Kirby Company Policy Review 2012
Kirby Policy Review 2010
Lockout Tagout 2010
Lockout Tagout 2012
Man Overboard Review 2010
Man Overboard Review 2011
Man Overboard Review 2012
Man Overboard Review 2013
Personal Protective Equipment Overview 2012
Preventing Back Injury 2011
Preventing Slips Trips and Falls 2010
Preventing Slips Trips and Falls 2011
Preventing Slips Trips and Falls 2012
Preventing Workplace Harassment 2011
Transportation Workers Identification Credential 2011
Vessel Communications - 2012
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