Marine Operations Superintendent
Marine Operations Superintendent
The Marine Operations Superintendent’s role includes two main areas of responsibility:
1.Supporting the Fleet Director and operations team in all aspects of the vessel’s daily operations
2.Being the focal point for any Marine/Safety related items
The role requires active engagement with customers as well as various personnel, ashore and afloat, other Teekay business units, industry bodies, etc.
- Treat health, safety and environment as top priority.
- Act as a member of the Emergency Response Team as required.
- Working closely with Vessel Managers, Voyage Managers and HSEQ, be the focal point in the fleet team for marine, navigation, cargo, operational, commercial and safety aspects.
- Support the vetting departments with any marine related findings and advising on responses. Provide back-up during vacation and travel.
- Attend key meetings and conferences, working closely with other company vetting and assurance managers to share best practices, initiatives and focus areas.
- Maintain awareness and knowledge of time charter party requirements providing guidance and recommendations to the team as required.
- Working closely with the HSEQ department to review and approve permit to work (including hotwork) requests.
- Generate periodical reports to highlight key information such as planned inspections, trends etc. and undertake necessary analysis/ trending to proactively identify and communicate areas of risk/ leading indicators with Fleet Operations.
- Undertake relevant assurance related tasks within the team including support during TMSA, ISM internal/external audits.
- Participate in training and assessments including support for the training centre.
- Assist voyage managers with compatibility studies and if required complete same in periods of high workload.
- Monitor and analyze internal and external navigation audits, internal audits, etc. and develop plans/campaigns to address any areas of concern.
- Perform MTMSAs, terminal compatibility assessments, due diligence and safe port assessments.
- Undertake incident investigations as required and liaise with key stakeholders for follow up and close out of inspection reports in a timely manner.
- Visit vessels and provide guidance to ship’s staff.
- Provide back-up to other marine operations superintendents and the fleet services group when required.
- Support the fleet services group on new business tenders, terminal acceptance, etc. as required.
- Maintain overview of voyage performance assurance for the gas fleet, providing analysis and support as required.
- Provide any other operational marine support to the group as required.
Requirements (Knowledge, Skills and Abilities)
- Sound knowledge and experience in the marine industry with extensive previous sea going experience on gas tankers, preferably in a senior rank.
- Ability to understand and extract relevant information from charter parties.
- Experience of OCIMF and other relevant industry software applications, web pages and screening questionnaires.
- Good knowledge in international maritime regulations and marine industry standards (ISM Code, SOLAS, MARPOL, TMSA, OCIMF SIRE), as well as HSEQ practices.
- Good time management skills with the ability to prioritise tasks.
- Demonstrates sound teamwork, strong interpersonal skills and confident and effective communications skills with the ability to respond positively to customers and external parties in an efficient and effective manner.
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