Position: Deck / 2/O DPO Ref N: 086_NMC_DK_SM (Click here for more information)
Vessel: ASD Tug On behald ofSmit Lamnalco currently we are looking for 2nd Officer / DPO for their Fleet
2. Mission and Scope of duties
Is directly responsible and accountable to the Chief Officer for the supervision and execution of the deck departments, participation to stand sea watch.
Shall assist the Chief Officer in maintaining the good order, morale and motivation of the crew.
3. Job Context
Ensure the vessel is safely navigated and operated in accordance with:
Watch keeping standards laid down in the International Convention of Standards of Training, Certification and Watch keeping for Seafarers 1995 (STCW ’95).
The Convention on International Regulations for Prevention of Collisions at Sea 1972 (COLREG 1972).
SOLAS Convention including amendments.
Statutory Flag Regulations and Class regulations.
The ISM Code as applicable.
The ISPS Code.
The SLIMS / MLC 2006
Instruct and encourage crew to work safely. Leads “by example”
Informs the Master or Chief Officer of any deficiencies in equipment, standards and procedures.
Ensure that the vessel operates efficient and incident free.
When vessel is under DP operations:
Understanding and controlling the DP computer system, as well as the thrust units, power management and equipment redundancy.
Controlling the vessel using manual and joystick controls.
Monitoring the radar periodically for changing traffic and weather conditions.
Keeping the vessel in a stable position directly over a fixed point on the seabed (absolute dynamic positioning).
Keeping the vessel positioned at a favorable angle towards wind, waves and current (weather vanning).
Maintain accurate DP logbook in accordance with the Master’s Standing Orders
The 2nd Officer is accountable / responsible included but not limited to:
That the vessel remains within compliance of the requirements of all applicable rules, laws, regulations, guidelines and practices of good seamanship at all times.
To apply, follow and encourage the SLIMS in the performance of all tasks, with special emphasis on the protection of the environment and pollution prevention.
To ensure that the SLIMS is rigorously maintained with special emphasis on the correct use and application of PPE, safety equipment, Checklists and all other safety precautions relating to job and task performance.
Report and manage incidents, non-conformity, hazardous situations, near misses, and any other relevant event.
Report any defect on the vessel.
Safe navigation of the vessel.
Maintain in good order all shipboard files, certificates and records, including the company and vessel logbooks, nautical publications or other logs as per instruction of Chief Officer.
Shall plan, supervise and execute deck related operations including the loading, stowage, securing and discharge of cargo items, towage and anchor handling equipment in accordance with all safe working practices and with regard to the master’s orders.
Shall oversee and participate related to the correct maintenance of the navigational and deck equipment, including the vessel cosmetics in cooperation with the Chief Officer. The specific requirements needed to ensure that these tasks are fulfilled may be delegated; however, the 2nd Officer has the responsibility to ensure compliance.
Shall ensure that the vessel’s medical supplies, medicine chests and related stores and equipment are maintained within any expiration dates and in good order. The 2nd Officer shall also ensure that the vessel’s hospital (if applicable) and associated equipment is kept in good order and up to date as per instructions of the Chief Officer.
The 2nd Officer shall if delegated by the Master act as the vessel Safety Officer
Certificate of Competency in accordance with STCW95 and or national regulations.
Certificate of Medical Fitness in accordance with ILO/ MLC 2006 requirements and or national regulations.
A minimum experience of 1-year ASD experience on dual control type vessels if allocated to ASD unit. When allocation is scheduled on conventional unit, a minimum of 1-year conventional experience is required.
Must have completed (Marlins) English examination [minimum pass score 80%] and certificate must be available.
Must have experiences of towing/ anchor handling, rig moves and rig position and hose handling operations (SBM related) and relevant experience in the terminal services.
Must be initiative and self-reliance, analytical and should have problem solving skills.
Solid experience working conductively in a team environment
In possession of valid DP certificate and all relevant documents as per regulations of IMO issued MSC/Circ.738 (Guidelines for dynamic positioning system (DP) operator training) on 24-06-1996. This refers to IMCA (International Marine Contractors Association) M 117.
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