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New York City, NY
The Port Engineer is a skilled engineer who is responsible for estimating, planning, and performing short and long-term maintenance, repairs, and modifications on vessels for a specific region.
General responsibilities will include:
- Ensuring all vessel engineers are properly trained, qualified, and comply with regulatory training and/or certification requirements.
- Assisting in the development and adherence of the maintenance and repair budget.
- Supervising the timely and cost-effective maintenance, repair, modifications, and refurbishment projects of existing fleet.
- Developing dry-docking specifications, vendor bid packages, and evaluation projects.
- Monitoring the contractor and/or shipyard during maintenance and repair projects.
- Conducting on-site surveys of vessels and equipment to determine maintenance and repair needs.
- Making repair recommendations to the General Manager.
- Analyzing problems and interfacing with appropriate operations personnel.
Successful candidates will be hands-on leaders, with extensive planned maintenance program management experience. You must have mechanical and electrical system maintenance experience, and marine diesel experience (Detroit Diesel 71 Series, EMD, Fairbanks Morse, or Caterpillar preferred). You should have experience/understanding of shipyard work packages. USCG licensing is a strong plus.
Compensation will include a base salary of $80 - $100k, plus an annual performance bonus and full comprehensive benefits package. Deeply discounted medical/dental/vision benefits - annual performance bonus potential