The Technical Superintendent reports to the Plant Manager of the Technical Department

Job requirements:

  • HTS Marine Engineering / Naval Architecture or Mechanical Engineering;
  • Minimum of 10 years work experience as Ship Repair Manager with a Ship Repair Yard or as Technical Superintendent with an offshore company, dredging company or the Navy;
  • Work experience offshore;
  • Good command of the English language, both written and spoken;
  • Willing to travel;
  • Prepared to work flexible hours, work incidentally abroad and offshore when required.

Job tasks:

  • Prevent unplanned downtime of the vessel assigned to;
  • Liaise with the Vessel Management Team on the technical status of the vessel and equipment;
  • Liaise between Asset Management Team and Technical Department;
  • Undertake the necessary steps in close co-operation with the VMT, AMT, purchasing department, engineering and subcontractors in case of malfunctioning;
  • Prepare schedules and technical evaluation of subcontractors together with purchasing department;
  • Monitor and follow up on the performance of the subcontractors and Allseas' personnel;
  • Raise, specify and evaluate requisitions for spare parts, consumables and services and monitor the budget;
  • Assist the purchasing department in queries on parts, consumables and services;
  • Check all invoices on subcontracted work, services, parts and consumables and take the required actions;
  • Liaise with Classification Society and Insurance Surveyor in case of capital malfunctioning and develop a repair plan;
  • Evaluate modification proposals and have them prepared for implementation;
  • Follow-up all issues required by authorities and project management and ensure that all the work is carried out accordingly;
  • Prepare mobilisation/demobilisation/repair periods, prepare detailed planning in close conjunction with planning department, operations department and logistics department;
  • Control the quality of technical materials during repair periods;
  • Prepare budgets covering repairs, maintenance, modifications and investments;
  • Keep technical documentation and history of vessels and equipment up to date;
  • Monitor the planned maintenance systems onboard and make sure that the required updates are carried out on time;
  • Verify that ISM requirements - vessel and TD - are adhered to.