BP Maritime Services is currently looking for Second Engineers to join its growing fleet.
A Second Engineer in BP is an important member of the Engine room department on board the vessel and is responsible for keeping the engine room as per fleet operating management system (OMS) using their knowledge and skills to effectively upkeep and manage specialised equipment on board. The Second Engineer forms part of the vessel management team. Reporting ultimately to the Chief Engineer and Master, the Second Engineer is also responsible to maintain a culture of safety on board the vessel at all times, a value which BP Maritime Services holds in high esteem.
The following is a list of the key responsibilities which a Second Engineer would be expected to undertake with BP Maritime Services;
Maintain a UMS or an engine room watch as per the requirement set by the Chief Engineer.
Maintain and repair designated machinery on-board, not limited to all machinery in Engine room, cargo equipment Etc and also ensure defects are reported in a timely manner.
Maintain an accurate record of Maintenance carried out in the PMS and maintain the stock levels of the machinery.
To Plan and supervise Engineering Operations including crew Management.
Maintain the engine room in a state of readiness for any internal and external audits or inspections.
To provide training, mentoring and guidance of the vessels personnel as required.
To ensure the fabric maintenance of the engine room is maintained.
To carry out duties like Bunkering, taking stores or spares as directed by Chief Engineer.
To account for monthly Inventory as set by the Chief Engineer.
To act as a member of the Shipboard Emergency Response and Fire Fighting Team in accordance with the muster lists and shipboard contingency plans.
Maintain and operate ships Life Saving and Fire Fighting Appliances.
To carry out ISPS duties in accordance with the vessel’s Ship Security Plan.
A Class II (Motor or Steam) COC from a designated Maritime Authority;
Holding Specialized Oil/ Chemical or Gas Training in conjunction with tanker endorsement where applicable.
Essential experience and job requirements
A thorough knowledge of all appropriate engineering systems;
A thorough knowledge of safety and emergency systems and equipment on-board;
A high level of verbal and written communication skills in English;
Other Requirements (e.g. Travel, Location)
Individuals who work in the BP European fleet are generally domiciled in the UK, Ireland or Poland.
Desirable criteria & qualifications
A Class - 1 Certificate of Competency.
Membership of an engineering body like IMarEST
Is this a part time position?
Our business is the exploration, production, refining, trading and distribution of energy. This is what we do, and we do it on a truly global scale. With a workforce of 80,000 employees, BP operates with business activities and customers in more than 80 countries across six continents. Every day, we serve millions of customers around the world. We are continually looking for talented, committed and ambitious people to help us shape the face of energy for the future.
BP Maritime Services Singapore (BPMSS) was established in 2007 with the purpose of developing the best talent in the shipping industry and deploying them where the BP Group needs them – principally on BP Shipping’s owned and operated international tanker fleet. Headquartered in Singapore and with partnerships in India and the Isle of Man, BPMSS employs over 1200 officers who run operations globally on board BP vessels as well as serve as subject matter experts for marine-related issues across the BP Group.
BPMSS strives for excellence through providing best-in-class training that is driven by an established Performance and Development team. This holistic system is underpinned by a comprehensive competency assurance framework as well as defined performance criteria set by INTERTANKO and SIGTTO. The combination of open feedback and continuous developmental support aims to unlock our officers' full potential and build a solid talent pipeline. This process serves in creating opportunities for career progression, both at sea and ashore, and ensures BP has its own supply of future Marine capability.
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