The primary function of the Second Engineer is to supervise the daily operations and maintenance of all machinery including the ballast system, plant and fire-fighting equipment on-board. The Second Engineer’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the execution of the planned maintenance, supervision of repairs and advising Chief Engineer on ordering of spares and consumables. The Second Engineer is responsible for the planning and organisation of the Engine room crew. During their watch, they are responsible for the safety and integrity of the Engine department and that relevant procedures are followed. They are to ensure that all work in the engine department is carried out in a safe and efficient manner. Requests from the Deck Officer on watch to carry out trim changes and routine tank level adjustments should be considered benevolently and executed if the Deck Officer is occupied with other important duties. Orders to operate the ballast system and to log movements in the ballast log shall be given by the Deck Officer on watch and under their responsibility for the stability of the vessel. The Second Engineer’s responsibilities also include reporting as required by OOS International’s Integrated Management System.
Valid CoC Chief Engineer, issued by a recognized administration ? Valid Assistant Maintenance Supervisor (IMO a.891 AMS) license ? Documented minimum 24 months practical experience as Engineer from mobile units. ? Documented good all-round competence relating to the platform’s different systems with particular emphasis on all technical systems. ? Management experience and competence required. ? Completed training in the company's governing documentation. ? In compliance to the flag State competence requirements and documentation ? Fluent written/oral English language
No fees in any form an/or purpose will be collected from the applicants. Beware of illegal recruiters and human traffickers.
Wilhelmsen Smith Bell Manning Inc. (WSBMI) has a long history in shipping since the mid-1800s and is a well-renowned organization in the Philippines. We are committed to providing excellent service, having the most talented people work for us and investing in the community that we operate in "Our Vision" to "Be the shaper of the maritime industry", means that we are constantly looking for the best people to join and steer us in our voyage towards our vision. If you believe you are the right person, we are eager to meet you.
WSBMI operates more than 100 vessels in different segments. We have RORO vessels, Containers, Bulk Carriers, Gas Carriers, Oil/Chemical Tankers, Offshore Units, and Passenger Liners.