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CV Marine Technical Manager, Marine Engineer, Seagoing experience

 
Marine Technical Manager, Marine Engineer, Seagoing experience

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CV/Resume ID no.: 86887

Location (Residence): Hong Kong , Hong Kong
Citizenship: India
 
Languages:
  Native: Hindi
  Other: English
 
Education & Experience: Work Authorization & Relocation:
Education:
  Bachelors in Mechanical / Marine Engineering

Years of Experience: 16 years
Authorized to work in:
   India
Present Location:
   Hong Kong , Hong Kong
Relocation:
   Anywhere (International)
 
Expertise
Category Subcategory Ability Experience
Engineering Mechanical Experienced 23 years
Management Operations Experienced 11 years
Marine (Ship) Superintendent Experienced 11 years
Engineering Maintenance Experienced 16 years
 
CV/Resume Details
 
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]

Subject : Application for the Post of the Technical Manager

Dear Sir,
Good day to you,
We have gone through the website of your good company and is very much impressed with the expanding fleet.
Self is working as a technical manager and yearning to work in your good company in the same rank or higher. Please find the CV and sailing experience as in attachment for your kind reference. I joined shipping as a Marine engineer and was sailed on various types of vessel. Self became chief engineer after nine years of sailing and opted for the shore jobs after 11 years of sailing life. Self is managing the fleet of 25- 30 vessels consist of all types of vessel.
Please be advise self has worked on all types of vessel including the heavy lift as a chief engineer and have good experience of trading the project cargo of various types. Our vessel having the two Cranes of 400 tons each.
We request you please go through my bio data and give me the opportunity to serve in your good company to proof myself.
Please find as in attachment CV for your kind consideration. Please find below the plan to execute the jobs after joining your good company.

Present Work Planing and Experience :

 Immediately after joining I would like to go through the company manuals to familiarise myself with the system.
 Ensure adequate plans and schedules are available to meet ships operations, maintenance and repair in accordance with Company standards.
 Prepare formal reports as to the condition, performance and costs associated with managed vessels.
 Make sure to undertake regular ships visits to ensure that vessels meet the Company's criteria for safe effective operations.
 Co-ordinate the activities of all support departments to ensure that ship support is achieved in the most efficient and cost effective manner.
 Attend the ship during dry docking and major repair periods in order to ensure that all necessary work and repairs are satisfactorily completed within agreed budgets.
 Responsible to lead and motivate the Marine Group on all matters and ensure that the vessels are well manned at all times.
 Ensure fleet vessels operate to a high marine, safety, environment and quality standard in accordance with company Safety, Quality and Environment Management System.
 To support the MSEQ department in encouraging and establishing safety and environmental culture and awareness within the company as a whole.
 Set and monitor Key Performance Indicators (KPI's) in operations, inspection and ship safety. To analyse operational data received from fleet vessels to anticipate trends and develop preventative measure in case of perceived problems.
 Coordinate and close out deficiencies given for Port state and Flag state inspections, Disseminate data and new regulations/focus of PSC inspections.
 To assimilate data from vessel inspections and send consolidated reports to vessels in order to guide and prepare them for future inspections.
 Coordinate and close out deficiencies given for Port state and Flag state inspections. Disseminate data and new regulations/focus of PSC inspections.
 To assimilate data from vessel inspections and arrange to send consolidated reports to vessels in order to guide and prepare them for future inspections.
 Responsibility for all (or nominated) fleet vessels with respect to navigation, cargo & ballast, communication, safety, existing and future legislation.
 Support the team providing vessels with their requirements to maintain certification, fabric, fittings, equipment, and organization on board relating to all aspects of current ship operation.
 Assist in the development and control of vessel budgets to ensure the best prices and quality are obtained from suppliers on all Marine Equipment.
 To arrange and monitor agreements with contractors to ensure the best level of service is being maintained.
 To monitor the ship visits of various Superintendents in the Group to ensure that the frequency is maintained as required in the SMS.
 To assist as required in office or onboard training of sea staff in all areas of ship operations as required.
 To attend organized training courses, seminars, conferences etc. as required by the company.
 To discuss with SQM and advice to vessels and to fleet management on the subject of ship cargo requirement, tank cleaning, stability and stress and to maintain all statutory requirements for the vessel in this field.
 Assist SQM to carry out as directed, investigation of accidents and incidents on board fleet vessels and report on causes and preventive action to be taken.
 Participate in the planning and execution of Emergency Response Plans and act as a member of Emergency Response Team.
 To prevent pollution, and assist SQMM in reporting all environmental incidents, actively support the commitment of the environmental policy and facilitate the compliance with the environmental regulatory requirements and promote high standards of environmental awareness throughout the organization.
 Assist in any other ship management related subjects that require his/her expertise.
 We know all the companies are working perfectly good. But there is always scope of improvement. Self always trying to work on those path where there is no scope of the incident later stage.
 Normally ,the investigation starts after the incident happens. Which is not the correct way to control the incident. The after investigation and the way questions is asked basically gives the in confidence among the people, which has to be avoided.
 Our approach toward the problem, in the case of emergency is very important to build the confidence among our staff.
 As per the experience of the shore jobs what I have learnt is all the company which are having their manual and procedures and these are perfectly good and some time slight changes is required as per the situation and experiences.
 Most of the time the problem lies with implementation.
 Whenever some change takes place in the top organization, new changes are suggested in the procedures without going through the existing system adopted in the company.
 The first step is to find out whether the existing system is correctly implemented or not.
 If not where the problem lies.
 How the follow up of the vessels is done. These are the areas which after proper investigation will control the most of the incidents.
 Whether the shore assisting team are correctly following up the vessels are not.
 In case not , where the problem lies. It is very important to find out the root cause. Whether the working staff is getting sufficient time. The assistance and supports during the break down maintenance.
 The allotment of the vessels to different groups are also one of the important factor. The vessel of age 25 or more need special attention. Most of the time in these type of vessel shore assisting team is busy with the vessel for the repair work and plan. They are hardly getting time to follow up the vessel for the routine maintenance.
 We have mentioned above is some of the factors and we need to check all the factors in the same way one by one to make sure that the company procedure has been implemented.
 Once the system is implemented, then the time to study and look for any improvement in the system is needed.
 Most of the problem starting with the small elements and results in big disaster.
 Whenever such type of accidents happen it is not a one people to be blamed, but it shows the problems in our system, which need to be reviewed and corrected.
 I will stress while joining to review the system first, before starting working on my assignments.
We request your good selves , please go through the CV and give me opportunity to work in your good company.

2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]

Sea Services :

• Joined sea service as Fifth Engineering Officer in the Year 1993 and cleared chief engineer exam by 1998 and became chief engineer in year 2002.
• Total sea service around 11 years.
• Worked on Sulzer RTA , Mitsubhishi UCE , MAN B&W and Wartsila engine.
• Sailed on tanker at various rank for 36 months.
• Sailed on Bulk carrier, Container, PCC and Heavy Lift.
• Managing MAK, Pielstic and others Medium speed engine.

Shore Experience :

Superintendent :

• Joined as superintendent on January, 2005.
• Self was looking after five vessels as superintendent and back up for another five vessels.
• Vessel was of following types
 Bulk Carrier
 Container
 Ro – Ro Type
 Pure Car Carrier
 General Cargo
 Wood Chip Carrier

• Attended dry docking of following types of vessel
 Container vessel – August , 2005
 Wood chip Carrier – February , 2006
 Bulk Carrier – around 600 tons steel renewal – March 2006 – docking was almost for 48 days.
Senior Superintendent and Group Incharge :

• Worked as Superintendent for 1 year 4 months.
• Worked as senior superintendent for one year and was in charge of a group of 5 superintendents’ strength of 20 – 25 vessels.
• The groups having all type of vessels and details are as below
 Bulk carrier – 10 Vessels.
 Wood chip Carrier – 1 Vessel.
 Container – 1 Vessel.
 General Cargo – 4 Vessels.
 Tanker – 3 Vessels.
 Chemical Tanker – 3 vessels.
 Ro – Ro Carrier – 1 Vessel.
 Pure Car Carrier – 3 Vessels.
• Major dry docking and repair during the tenure as Senior Superintendent.
 Bulk Carrier – 4 Vessels.
 Pure Carrier – 2 Vessels.
 Conversion double hull chemical tanker – 1 vessel.
 Product Tanker – 1 Vessel.
Technical Manager :

• Working as Technical Manager for last one year and in charge of complete fleet of 27 – 29 vessels.
• The Fleet consists of following type of vessel.
 VLCC – 7 Vessels.
 Chemical Tankers – 4 Vessels.
 Containers – 5 Vessels.
 Wood chip Carrier – 1 Vessel.
 Bulk Carrier – 4 Vessels.
 LPG – 1 Vessel.
 Pure Car Carrier – 3 Vessels.

• Major docking and repair as Technical Manager.
 VLCC Dry docking and Special Survey – 3 VLCC.
 Tank Cleaning and preparation of vessel for the docking and inspection.
 Bulk Carrier (Panamax) Docking – Steel renewal approx. 300 tons.
 Bulk Carrier (Handy Size) Docking – Steel renewal approx. 280 Tons.
 Conversion from single hull product tanker to chemical tankers type – 3. The project was almost 6 months.
 Chemical Tanker docking major renewal in cargo tanks bottom plating (stainless steel tanks). The tank was of special material with stainless steel cladding of 2 mm on the mild steel thickness 12 mm.
• We manage yard delivery of container and bulk carriers – 6 Vessels.
• Pre Purchase inspection of various types of vessels.
• We manage take over of various types of vessel and which required various types of jobs at the time of take over.
 Flag change
 Class change.
 Change of Accounting Authority
 Arranging all the certificate
 Repairs at the time of take over.

• Most of the VLCC in the fleet having approval of the most of the oil majors as below
 Shell Vetting
 Chevron Vetting
 BP vetting
 BHP Vetting
 Idmitsu Vetting
• Chemical tankers and LPG vessel we manage following inspections and approvals.
 CDI Inspections
 Shell Inspections.

• Bulk carriers in the fleet having the “Right Ship Approval”.
• We had major break down in our fleet vessel and we manage to solve the problems and carried out the investigation of the cause. Some of the major break down of the vessel in which self was involved as chief engineer, superintendent and as a Technical manager.
 Main Engine Cross head bearing failure. The pin was polished and it was found the loaded portion the bluish marks still present and finally we manage to upside down the cross head pin and run the vessel.
 We have o-hauled aux engine which need complete dismantling, turning the bed plate upside down, lifting of crankshaft for renewal of the main bearing.
 Bearing failure, shearing off the crank web in which renewal of crankshaft required. Insitu grinding, Line boring , checking of flatness of the bed plate and adjustment were the steps has required for boxing back the engine.
 Twisting of rudder stock. It took long mechanical process to prepare the rudder stock for further use. Removal of rudder stock. Welding of key way and the stress relieving and annealing. New cutting of the key, stress releiving, checking of contact surface and final boxing back.
 Main engine crank shaft damage and finally renewal of crank shaft as maker refused to accept the crank shaft after grinding up to certain limit.
 Turbocharger breakdown due to explosion in the exhaust manifold. The reasons were the accumulation of the fuel either due to the bad fuel valve or of the cylinder oil.


SEA BASED:

Sea Services :

Name of the ship Gross Tonnage /Power Type of Engine Port of Registry Rank Date From Date To Length of duration.
M.T.L.N. Karam Singh Tanker 87855/9520 BHP Motor/Sulzer 7RTA58 Mumbai
2029 5/E/0 25/02/93 09/09/94 18M&14 Days
M.V.Uttarkashi Bulk Carrier 23739/10800
BHP Motor/KHIC B&W 6L60MCE Mumbai
2154 3/E/O 05/05/95 18/05/96 12M&14 Days
M.T.Vivekanand
Tanker 47690/20300BHP Motor/Mitsubhishi Sulzer Mumbai
1548 2/E/O
(1/A/E) 17/03/98 10/10/98 09M& 18 Days
M.V.Atlantic Challenger
Container 18391/19200BHP Motor/Mitsubhishi 8UEC60LS Panama
19374/91 1/A/E 17/03/98 10/10/98 06M&24 Days
M.V.Harriat Maru
Bulk Carrier 92308/23700 BHP Motor/Mitsui B&W 6L90GBE Panama
21846 1/A/E 10/01/99 24/06/99 05M&15 Days
M.V.Changsha
Container 18391/19200 BHP Motor/ Mitsubishi 8UEC60LS Panama
19523-91-B 1/A/E 20/10/99 21/06/00 08M&02 Days
M.V.Glaxy Ace
Car Carrier 39733/10510 BHP Motor/ Mitsubishi 6UEC60LA Hongkong
HK-0127 1/A/E 23/08/00 30/08/00 00M & 07 Days
M.V.Mona Linden
Bulk Carrier 84507/21808 BHP Motor/ Diesel United Sulzer 6RTA72 Panama
29159-TJ 1/A/E 31/08/00 19/02/01 05M&18 Days
M.V.Sun Ace

Car Carrier. 29973/ 12800 PS Motor / Mitsuibhishi 7UEC60/150H Panama
17773-88-C 1/A/E 10/05/01 26/11/01 06M & 15 Days
M.V.Enchanter
Heavy Lift
(440 tons Crane) 10990/12800 PS Motor/Wartsila 9L46B Panama
25861-98 C/E 13/02/02 10/07/02 04M & 27 Days
M.V.Enchanter
Heavy Lift
(440 tons Crane) 10990/12800 PS Motor/Wartsila 9L46B Panama
25861-98 C/E 21/11/02 20/05/03 5M & 29 Days
M.V.Enchanter
Heavy Lift
(440 tons Crane) 10990/12800 PS Motor/Wartsila 9L46B Panama
25861-98 C/E 14/10/03 22/03/04 5M &
8 Days
M.V. Sun Ace
Car Carrier 29973/12800PS Motor / Mitsuibhishi 7UEC60/150H Panama
17773-88-C C/E 20/06/04 01/11/04 4M & 11 Days


3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]

Other Training Courses :

• Advanced fire fighting
• Medical first Aid Courses.
• Specialized Tanker Safety Courses.
• Dangerous Cargo Endorsement.
• Hazardous Material Training.
• Welding Supervisory Courses from Esab India limited.
• Refrigeration Container units inspection and handling course.
• Automation and control
• NABCO, Main Engine Maneuvering and control course ( Management level).
• Practical Marine Electrical Workshop
• Specialized Training Programme on Chemical Tankers Operation.
• Media Training.
• Double hull conversion projects.


4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Manage to work on the computer and can handle all application for normal use of computer.
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
Hobbies.

• Playing chess
• Watching cricket and
• Hearing music.

6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
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Marine Technical Manager, Marine Engineer, Seagoing experience
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