Second Engineer

    • Full Time
    • Dubai


    Engine room safety and safe working practices
    The safety of all personnel working under his supervision
    The organisation and execution of all engine room watch keeping and machinery operating routines
    The maintenance, operation and upkeep of all parts of the engine room and the proper performance of maintenance in accordance with the decisions of the maintenance team and the provisions of the integrated work plan
    Carrying out routine boiler water, feed water and cooling water chemical tests. Reporting any abnormalities immediately, to the Chief Engineer. Failure to do so, will lead to disciplinary action.
    Technical supervision of the engine room workforce
    Supervision, as delegated by the Chief Engineer Officer, of the spare gear/stores Petty Officer (if appointed), engine room Petty Officer and Motorman (if appointed), any ratings assigned to the engine room for specific maintenance or repair tasks, and the duty engine room ratings as applicable in certain ships
    Supervision, as delegated by the Chief Engineer Officer, of the Pumpman P.O (if appointed) when allocated to pump room and/or engine room maintenance duties Spare gear and its inventory
    Fire fighting and safety equipment (including fixed fire fighting equipment, e.g. the “CO2” or “Halon” systems on board) and safe practices in the engine room.
    Carrying out any lawful command and delegated duty as issued by the Chief Engineer. and /or Master

    Accountabilities – 2
    Accountabilities – 3
    Budget Control
    Bunkering operations
    Charterers instructions, terminal and state requirements, port documentation
    Cleaning and inspection of WHU and uptake fires
    Communications with other nationalities
    Crankshaft deflections, Alternator air gaps
    Disciplinary procedures & process
    Diversity Awareness
    Emergency procedures
    Experience with cargo transfer operations (STS, Co-mingling, COW, Inert Gas, LNG discharge, emergency operations)
    Experience with multinational crews
    Experience with Products Crude and LNG Cargo planning arrangements
    Flashing from cold, purge cycles, testing of Boiler water and associated hazards with incorrect impurity levels.
    Function of AVR and Brushless excitation
    Handling incompetent/difficult staff
    Hazards associated with cargoes.
    HV experience and safety precautions
    IG systems, Deck water seal, Fixed O2 analyzers and calibration
    IMO conventions and requirements.
    Importance of testing Quick closing valves/ Fire flaps/ Emergency bilge suction / CO2 / FFA equipment.
    Intrinsically Safe/Explosion proof fittings
    IT experience
    LNG pumping systems and HV equipment
    Onboard Accounting procedures
    Operation of cargo handling equipment and construction of tanks.
    Ordering & Purchase of victuals and stores,
    Personal safety, Ship safety & protection of the environment.
    Preparations for all surveys.
    PSC, SIRE, ISM, ISPS and other industry inspections.
    PTW systems, ISM requirements, Risk assessment
    Refit Experience
    Reverse power trips
    Reversing, Cylinder lubrication, Performance measuring.
    Routine Maintenance
    Routine maintenance, Emergency operation. Cylinder Liner oil retention, piston rings and quills.
    Safety equipment
    Steam driven cargo pumps, Frame systems.
    Steering Gear, Evaporators, Air compressors, Hotel Services and Fridge systems. Purifiers and Clarifiers
    Team building – How to train and guide subordinates
    Testing of boiler trips etc.
    Written and spoken English to high standard.

    Class 2

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    Interactions and Working Relations
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