Marine Engineering Technical Manager ExxonMobil Safmarine South African Marine Corporation
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Location (Residence): Durban, South Africa Citizenship:South Africa
English United Kingdom Other:
Education & Experience:
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Bachelors in Marine Engineering Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: Angola Present Location: South Africa, Durban Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
I am interested in a position in the marine industry and would like to be considered if there are any opportunities. I have over 30 years experience in the marine and oil industry. The marine industry has always held a special attraction for me and the job satisfaction that is related to this industry.
I have a valid Chief Engineers Certificate of Competency foreign going Class 1. The Certificate is valid until 2015. I also have the required certificates.
First aid at sea (STCW A-V1/4-2)
PSSR (STCW A-V1/1-1 and 1-4 )
Advanced fire fighting (STCW A-V1/3).
I am a very committed hands on individual focusing on performance and work ethic. I am very assertive and have a perfectionist attitude who is always seeking ways to improve situations in the working environment and equipment performance. I spent some time in Japan during the building of two new refrigerated cargo ships which was a very rewarding experience.
The sea going experience I gained has been on a variety of ships such as general cargo, refrigeration, bulk carriers, tankers and container ships. These have been a combination of manned and unmanned engine rooms. The experience I gained in the petroleum refining industry has added a huge amount of valuable experience in my career. I have held the position of Technical Manager from 2002 to Present.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your time and I will contact you in the near future to follow up on my application or to see if any other opportunities exist.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
ILLOVO SUGAR 4 YEARS.
I started my career as an apprentice Fitter and Turner studied through the company in the field of engineering where I obtained a trade diploma with the required qualifying trade test.
I was advised by the chief engineer to seek more experience in the engineering field.
SAFMARINE 13 YEARS.
I joined South African Marine Corporation as a junior engineer reporting to the second Engineer. My responsibilities were as follows.
The operation and maintenance of all machinery
Boiler water treatment and analysis
Cooling water system analysis
Oil fired boiler maintenance
I was promoted to 4th Engineer and responsible for the following:
Maintenance of all auxiliary machinery, pumps, hydraulic systems, centrifuges and compressors. Bunkering of the ships fuel and monitoring consumption.
After two and a half years sea time and the completion of my studies I had obtained a second engineers certificate of competency. I was promoted to 3rd Engineer and was responsible for the following.
Maintenance of all ships generation plant:
Steam Turbines 2 MW,
Diesel - Generators 600 KW - 2.2 MW.
I was then promoted to second Engineer and my responsibilities were:
Complete maintenance of all Engine room and deck machinery which included:
Steam Turbines 2 MW
Diesel Engines of power rating range 7307 KW 39969 KW
Pumps and piping, fire fighting equipment
Cranes and hydraulic winches
Ship maintenance in general
Dry docking vessels
Safety of ship and personnel.
I was asked to standby the construction of two new refrigerated cargo vessels in Nagasaki Japan. I spent 3 months on the project where my duties were as follows:
Ensure design and construction met specifications
Witnessing the commissioning all equipment
Implement the planned maintenance systems
Set up the unmanned Engine room monitoring systems
Additional expense monitoring
The above experience was gained mostly on the following class of ships:
I was granted study leave to complete my studies where I obtained a Chief Engineers Certificate of Competency. I spent another few years in this position and after much consideration and looking at the experienced gained I decided to resign and follow other Engineering opportunities.
EXXONMOBIL / ENGEN 24 years
I joined ExxonMobil as a Technical Project Engineer in the refinery Technical division and my responsibilities were:
Refinery project upgrades
Budget and cost control
Control of Engineering contractors
Refinery equipment surveys
The company then restructured and as I have always been attracted to the marine industry I accepted the position of Marine Technical surveyor for the marine department reporting to the Technical manager. Over the years I was responsible for the following projects and my duties included the co-ordinating between ship personnel and shore staff regarding the execution of the projects listed below and my duties over the years.
Complete breakdown and rebuild of generators which required rebuilds due to age or low electrical power output
All major generator overhauls
Modifications to the fuel systems due to the change from marine diesel to blended fuels.
Fitting of new turbo chargers
The conversion of the new fuel rails
Fitting of new fuel pumps and the conversions
Engine trials conducted after conversions measuring KW output and load carrying capability.
Conducting efficiency trials to all on board compressors to evaluate their output and establish what improvements needed
Fitting of new compressors and associated piping
Cleaning of all air piping to compressed air receivers
Co-ordinating surveys for all air receivers
Fuel oil Purifier modifications
Modifications and fitting of the new fuel oil purifiers
Rebuild of existing fuel oil purifiers
Modifications to suction filters systems
Fitting automatic controls systems
Deck equipment upgrades
Upgrading crane hydraulic systems
Refitting new hydraulic motors for deck winches
Converting cargo electrical winches to hydraulic operated winches
Rebuild of windlass hydraulics
Investigation of Machinery and equipment Failures
The investigation of engine component and auxiliary equipment failures.
Documenting the findings and reports noting the cause of equipment failures with recommendations to prevent similar failures.
Investigation and documenting the causes of excessive engine liner and piston ring wear rates
Inspections of main engine bearing wear due to acid attack caused by bacteria growth in the interface of the oil and water of the main engine lubricating oil systems.
Inspection of Main engine bearings and documenting the reports for marine surveyor inspections.
Inspection of stern tube bearings and the associated lubricating system during dry docking periods for marine surveyors.
To ensure the all equipment which is due for intermediate or annual survey is prepared and ready for the surveys.
Documenting the reports of the survey findings and the recommendations to eliminate reoccurrence or repair to meet the requirements set out.
Oil Analysis program
Ensuring the oil samples programs effective execution of the main engines, generators, hydraulic systems and auxiliary equipment for routine and investigative analysis.
Investigating failures related to incorrect lubricant, lubricant contamination, incorrect lubricant feed rates and suspect lubricant quality.
Reports documenting the oil analysis for marine surveyors to assist in assessing the condition of equipment that is under intermediate or annual surveys.
Investigating all claims and documenting the reports to ensure the reliability of the failures and the suspected causes and any other influence resulting in equipment and machinery failures. All findings are documented and submitted to the marine superintendents for inspection.
Ensuring that correct lubrication surveys onboard vessels to establish the correct lubrication requirements of all engines and auxiliary equipment. All recommendations documented in an official lubrication survey document which forms part of the vessels maintenance program.
Documenting the required oil analysis sampling intervals and supplying the necessary onboard test kits.
Document and supply all data relating to the lubricants being used on board the vessel.
To ensure that all costs are kept within budgets
Track capital expenditure
To ensure that all safety equipment is kept in proper working order as subscribed by Solas.
To ensure that all oily water separation equipment meets the Marpol requirements.
Responsibility for the SMS on board ships
In 2002 I was promoted to the Technical Manager responsible for all of the above with the additional responsibility for the Industrial Technical services and a position I still hold at present.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
1. Qualified fitter Machinist
2. Chief Engineers certificate of competency
NAME OF SCHOOLS: Welkom Technical College Port Shepstone High School
: National certificate part two.
: National certificate part three.
: National trade diploma and Trade Test
: Second Engineers certificate of competency.
: Chief engineers certificate of competency.