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Technical Superintendent

Keywords / Skills : Technical solution development, Marine operations, Planning, Port Management, Logistics Management

8 - 14 years
Posted: 2018-11-21

Shipping/Marine Services
Oil & Gas
Plant Supervisor
Bachelor's Degree
Marine engineering
Posted On
21st Nov 2018
Job Description


· Maintain high technical and operational standards for the vessels in order to meet the reliability benchmarks.

· Strive to achieve industry-wide best standards for vessels, dry docking, repairs and performance by application of statistical analysis on repair periods, frequency of repairs, time of repairs, etc. as well as preparation of database containing details of fuel consumption, equipment failure and spare parts. Also schedule periodic ship visits and inspections in order to track achievement against best standards.

· Contribute to various projects and studies related to fleet in order to improve quality and standards of vessels.

· Develop policies and procedures related to ship management, and ensure sign off through MOC process.

Maintenance System:

· Monitor the system of planned maintenance while ensuring that the same is kept up-to-date and compliant to regulatory requirements.

· Assist in the technical and feasibility analysis pertaining to new or replaced vessels equipment and systems.

Operational Support:

· Render expert technical and marine engineering advice as well as assist in shipping in order to ensure reliable, safe and cost efficient operations.

· Resolve all technical issues and propose solutions and recommendation for the same. Explore any improvement or modification required in vessels while also tracking their status for implementation.

Financial Support:

· Prepare budget for vessels, track variances with actual costs as well as take steps to control those variances.

· Ensure that expenditures are controlled while making sure that set standards are maintained, unplanned issues resolved and vessel performance maximized.

· Participate, as required, with purchase section in tender evaluation and tender preparation for sourcing of equipment, spare parts and support services.

· Provide justification and clearance for contractors and service providers' invoices against materials supplied or services provided to the fleet.

Regulatory Support:

· Ensure that vessels comply with all regulatory requirements including class and flag as well as certificates and surveys being valid and up-to-date.

· Monitor environmental compliance of vessels and its operations.


· Conduct periodic safety & technical audits, vetting of vessels as well as tracking status of incident investigation. Also prepare systems for incident response and contingency plans as part of the risk management exercise.

· Performs duties and responsibilities under the guidance of Company Incident Commander as stipulated by Emergency Response Plan.

· Also render emergency response and support in event of incidents and/or emergencies to the vessel or company as the need be.

Staff Performance:

· Manage ship staff in term of monitoring their performance, undertake appraisals and coordinate with Marine Personnel Department on recommendations.

Dry Docking:

· Prepare, arrange and review dry docking specifications and documentations prior to and post every dry-docking.

· Attend and monitor the dry docking to ensure safety, efficiency, accuracy, quality and time schedule of repair work.

· Monitor personally all details of dry-docking and major planned repairs and ensure that these are in accordance to the Maintenance System in place (SMS)

· Participate in price negotiations in post dock review meetings.

Relationship Management:

· Maintain interaction on issues related to potential fleet projects and long-term technical issues with third party managers.

· Guide supply and contracts division on entering into strategic contracts with key vendors and parallel agreements with third party managers.


· Act as the proxy of the company at various industry forums as may be required.

· Monitor and analyse guarantee claims and recommend on response.

· Assist in compilation of Insurance Claim documentations

· Assist Head of technical in preparation of periodic management reports.

· Carry out any other duties as directed by the immediate supervisor.

Required Qualifications:

· Marine Engineering degree (Class 1), preferably in motors and steam, or any other equivalent/relevant degree.

· Sailed as chief engineer on board LNG/VLG Carriers

Required Experience:

· Minimum 8-12 years’ overall experience, with a minimum 2 years' experience in a similar capacity supervising LNG/LPG vessels, OR

· Minimum 2 years' experience of managing large scale repairs/maintenance activities on LPG/LNG vessels, OR

· Minimum 2 years' experience as Chief Engineer on board LNG/LPG vessels

Job Specific Skills:

· Project management, budget construction and making, engineering trouble shooting, man management and negotiation skills

· Ability to conduct risk assessments

· Ability to conduct accident investigations, root cause analysis with recommendations and provide comprehensive reports

· Knowledge of technical operations for Large Gas Carriers owned and managed

· Knowledge of cargo containment system, cargo handling equipment and systems on board Large Gas Carriers owned and managed

· Knowledge of propulsion plant on board Large Gas Carriers owned and managed

· Up-to-date knowledge of international and local marine rules and regulations

About Company

Nakilat plays an integral role in Qatar’s LNG value chain as the shipping arm of the country's LNG sector, to own, operate and maintain a fleet of gas carriers to transport Qatar’s LNG and bi-products worldwide. At present, Nakilat has the largest LNG shipping fleet in the world, comprising of 63 LNG carriers. In addition, the company co-owns four large LPG carriers, which are operated by its in-house ship management arm Nakilat Shipping Qatar Limited (NSQL).
Nakilat also operates the world-class Erhama Bin Jaber Al Jalahma Shipyard through its two strategic joint ventures, Nakilat-Keppel Offshore & Marine (N-KOM) and Nakilat Damen Shipyards Qatar (NDSQ). The company also provides shipping agency services for all Qatari Ports through Nakilat Agency Company (NAC), as well as towage and other marine support services through its joint venture Nakilat SvitzerWijsmuller (NSW) for vessels in Qatari waters.
Nakilat’s diverse involvement across the maritime supply chain makes it a well-rounded maritime organization in Qatar, complementing its strong desire and vision to be a global leader and provider of choice for energy transportation and maritime services.

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