Enable the operation of 3 Border Force vessels in the UK and one in the Aegean
skills (including specialist skills) and/or knowledge required:
1. Ensures safe and efficient watch keeping practises are carried out in the engine room and machinery spaces to the Chief Engineer satisfaction.
2. Assists with the loading/discharging of fuel oil, lubricating oil, water and liquid as well as dry bulk cargo as delegated by the Chief Engineer.
3. Assists with the maintenance of records of fuel, potable water and lubricants remaining on board.
4. Maintains accurately engine room Log Book, Oil Record Book, and other departmental records.
5. Prepares a hand over report, for the relieving Second Engineer and discusses details.
6. Execute measures to prevent and/or reduce pollution to the environment.
7. Act as lookout, assist in mooring operations and other shipboard duties as required. Stands engine room watch as per agreed watch rotation.
8. Ensures that either he or the Chief Engineer is on board at all times, and that he is aware when the Chief Engineer is away from the vessel.
Qualifications and Experience required
1. Qualified in accordance with international standards to Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW), or other pertinent regulations
2. Previous experience which will show candidate is capable of becoming fully conversant with Border Force Vessels’ Safety Management Systems within a short time
Provide a brief description and summary of the engagement:
Suitably qualified maritime engineer deployed to a Border Force vessel (cutter). Responsible for engine room operations in the absence of the appointed Chief Engineer. Responsible for management and maintenance of the Planned Maintenance System (PMS) on board as instructed by the Chief Engineer.
Security Clearance: CTC
Minimum Requirement: CTC or higher clearance and Engineering Officer of the Watch (OOW) qualifications.
CV Deadline: Thursday 1pm