Seeking Full time Third Assistant Engineer, HVAC/Refrigeration Technician, Electrician and or QMED.
Graduate of "Bachelor in Marine Engineering" in foreign country. Served aboard ship from engine cadet to license engineer in the foreign flag.
USCG, Third Assistant Engineer licensed of Motor, Gas Turbine, and Steam Turbine of any horsepower.
Training program implementation
Test equipment operation
Worked directly with the Chief Engineer and or the First Assistant Engineer, in the engineering department.
Led the engine department while duty and in the absence of the First Assistant Engineer or the Chief Engineer to assigned crew with their duties and responsibilities.
Developed and enforced standards, procedures and compliance.
04/2015 to Current
Third Assistant EngineerMarine Engineers Beneficial Association － Honolulu, Hawaii
Monitors the safe and efficient operation of engineering machinery, equipment and spaces, enters data in logs, and reports special events in the appropriate logs.
Performs routine maintenance and repair of engine room machinery and auxiliary equipment and observes engine room repairs and work being done.
Perform assigned duties, carry out instructions safely and efficiently and take the initiative to perform emergency duties without specific orders or instructions.
Manage the cooling water treatment of main propulsion engines and auxiliary generators and treatment, storage of bulk lube oil and performs routine testing of lube oils in various engineering systems.
Performs machinery overhauls, dismantle machinery and equipment, effect repairs to same by replacing or fabricating components, perform subsequent reassembles, operational testing of controls, safeties, shutdowns and place equipment in service.
Participates as a lifeboat crew member and a firefighting and emergency response team leader.
Ensures that all personnel assigned to watch are aware of their duties during schedule drills and participate in same and ensure that an engineering casualty drill is held at least once a day.
Reports to Chief and/or First Assistant Engineer to be an essential function of the assigned duties.
Performs other duties as assigned.
04/2009 to 12/2014
Reefer/Electrician/Day Junior EngineerMatson Navigation Company － Oakland, CA.
Worked aboard Motor Vessel "Maunalei".
Duties are the proper monitoring of designated equipment for proper operation, of refrigerated container cargo, maintenance and repair of all shipboard domestic refrigeration and air conditioning system standalone A/C package units, walk-in reefers, reach-in reefers, water fountains, refrigerant air dryer system, air handling units, air filtrations system, and heating coils.
Responsible to maintain proper climate control and air conditioning of ship's habitable areas.
Record and maintain proper documentation and inventory as designated by EPA and other regulatory bodies in relation to the maintenance, charging, recycling, recovering, or charging procedures using of hand tools, power tools, and refrigeration specific tools such as reclaiming/recycling/evacuating equipment, vacuum pump, halide leak detectors, electronic leak detectors, dial-a-charge, oxy-acetylene torch or other brazing/soldering heat source and tubing benders.
Troubleshoot electrical and mechanical to all designated equipments not limited to refrigerated container cargoes and all shipboard refrigeration and air-conditioning plants.
Plugged/unplugged reefer vans during cargo operations.
Worked under the supervision of the First Assistant Engineer and Chief Engineer and perform other duties as assigned.
11/2007 to 11/2008
Day Junior Engineer/UtilityMatson Navigation Company － Oakland, CA.
Worked aboard "Motor Vessels Maunawili and Maunalei".
Maintain all the shipboard propulsion equipments and all auxiliary machineries oil levels temperature, pressure and service it as needed.
Responsible for making rounds of the engine room and outside spaces while on duty recording all plant temperatures, pressures, fuel oil meters, water meters, and revolution counters as designated by the engine log book.
During maneuvering, assist the engineers in the proper operations of the engine.
Perform various maintenance cleaning, painting in the engine room and repair work as directed by the.
01/2001 to 10/2006
Watch Junior EngineerMatson Navigation Company － Oakland, CA.
Stood watch on "Steam ships Matsonia, Kauai, Chief Gadao, Lurline and Maui".
Stood engine room watch, assisted licensed engineers with control room operations and maintained the steam shipboard propulsion equipments and making rounds at a frequency designated by the ships standing order.
Report all abnormal conditions directly to the engineer on watch.
Responsible for making rounds of the engine room and outside spaces while on duty recording all plant temperatures, pressures, fuel meters, water meters, and revolution counters as designated by the engine room log book.
Stand-by main throttle while on maneuvering and assist the watch engineer with answering bells from the bridge.
Assist on taking-on and off loading of fresh water, lube oil, fuel oil, and connecting and disconnecting all shore services.
Perform various maintenance and repair work as directed by the First Assistant Engineer.
Responsible for various duties to the operational integrity, maintenance, preventive maintenance, installation/removal of electrical equipment, repair and documentation, of the entire ship unit's electrical system and equipment to include all refrigeration and air conditioning systems, all electrical power generation sources, rectifiers and circuits, transformers, power distribution equipment, electrical motors and controllers.
Perform diagnostic test and troubleshooting system faults and failures, of all electrical equipment down to the component level.
Ensure that all electrical power is supplied where and when needed, that all electrical system are within safety and regulatory body compliance standards and all electrical equipment remains operative throughout the operation.
React ices safety at all times while on the ship's duty.
Perform various maintenance and repair works as directed by the First Assistant Engineer.
Change out busted lamps, on crew quarters, hotel, on deck and in the engine room.
Worked on major electrical works of 110V, 220V, 440V on deck and engine room machineries with the Chief Electrician.
Maintain all electrical bus and emergency batteries.
Advance Fire FightingWest Coast Training Center － San Diego, CA, USAProficiency training class for the effective procedure how to fight a fire aboard ship with regards their classifications.