CV Second Officer / JDPO with time spent as Driving Chief Officer, BP Shipping
Second Officer / JDPO with time spent as Driving Chief Officer, BP Shipping
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Location (Residence): Huntly, United Kingdom Citizenship:United Kingdom
English United Kingdom Other:
Education & Experience:
Work Authorization & Relocation:
Vocational in Marine Science Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: European Union, UK (in particular), United States Present Location: UK, Aberdeen Relocation: European Union, UK (in particular), United States, Australia, United States
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
I am currently employed by an oil major onboard a DP class 2 shuttle tanker operating in the North Sea. I have three years+ experience serving on very large platform supply vessels as second officer and laterally as driving chief officer. In the past I have also served on AHTS/Tugs/LPG/Product/VLCC and ferry vessels both during my cadetship and upon completing my OOW deck. I am very interested in a career in the Subsea industry as this has been my aim from the start of my career at sea.
I am currently on track for holding a full dp unlimited certificate in December and I am also currently completing my Chief Officers Unlimited through flexible learning at my own expense.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
Sept 1999 - Aug 2004 Deck Officer Cadet
The Maersk Company I.O.M
Working towards an HND in Nautical Science, NVQ Shipboard Operations and OOW Deck Certificate of Competency. The Training followed a sandwich-based approach, alternating college and sea phases. The training comprised of the following:
Bridge watch keeping
Navigation - ocean, coastal, celestial, electronic
Ship Structures and Maintenance
Shipmasters business and law
January 2001 - September 2001 - Trainee Shipbroker at Seabrokers AS Aberdeen
My duties involved dealing with primarily both charterers and Ship Owners with regards to the chartering of Offshore Vessels for the North Sea supply industry. This included both spot fixtures and Term charters. This requiring a good general working knowledge of charter parties, on-off hire certificates and vessel specifications and procedures. During my time at Seabrokers I was responsible for the duty phone every third week shared between two other brokers.
June 2005 – April 2007 – Vector Offshore Ltd (BP Jigsaw) – Second Officer / Driving Chief Officer
I was involved with the project from the start, familiar with all cargo systems onboard (POT water, Drill water, Dry Bulk, Mud, Brine, Fuel Oil, Base Oil, Meg/Teg and Methanol) the PSV as well as the launching and recovery of ARRC’s (Autonomous Rescue and Recovery Craft’s). During my time with Vector I have gained much experience in handling vessels, especially with azimuth propulsion, also driving the vessel in joystick control at various rigs/platforms and FPSO’s, etc. The latter of my time spent with Vector was as driving mate on the Caledonian Victory which involved the driving of the vessel split between both the master and myself whilst working offshore locations. I also gained much experience handling the vessel in harbour scenarios during my time with Vector.
April 2007 – Present – BP Shipping – Second Officer/JDPO:
I am currently employed with BP Shipping as Second officer/JDPO onboard the Loch Rannoch DP Shuttle Tanker operating in the North Sea West of Shetland region. I am responsible for keeping a navigational watch whilst at sea and sharing a DP watch with a SDPO. I am also involved in the loading and discharging of oil cargo’s under the supervision of the Chief Officer. I currently have obtained around 14 weeks DP watch keeping time and I am scheduled to attend the DP3 course in October which reduces my DP time by eight weeks. This will mean I will hold a full DP ticket by the start of December.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
Standard Grade Qualifications:
Maritime Coastguard Association (MCA) (STCW) Qualifications:
Certificate of Competency,
Officer of the Watch (OOW Deck)
GMDSS General Operators Certificate (GOC)
Dangerous Cargo Endorsement (Oil)
Shipboard Security Officer
Shipboard Safety Officer
REWS Course (Radar Early Warning System)
Sea Survival Techniques Certificate
Certificate of Proficiency in Medical First Aid Aboard Ship
Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities Certificate
Marine Fire Prevention and Fire fighting Certificate (Basic & Advanced)
Certificate of Competence to Operate Ships Lifting Plant
Certificate of Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats
Bridge Team Management
Offshore Emergency Helideck Team Member
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Higher qualifications and excellent computer working knowledge.
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]