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Electrical Superintendent




  • Act as the technical expert for Electrical and Electronic engineering in support of the ship management team.
  • Review and analyze of on board technical planned maintenance, risks, incident and issues within their area of expertise, with a focus of identifying roots cause and formulating long term strategy for asset management.
  • Work with the supply chain, as required, to ensure that the required spare parts and /or services are provided in a timely manner, and at a cost-effective price.
  • Assist on technical follow up and closure of incidents, audit items, ship management report finding, nonconformance and marine casualty report related to their areas of technical expertise in relation to asset failures.
  • Submit periodical updates on ship’s equipment and systems condition + performance with a major focus on areas of high risk.

Projects & Refits

  • Manage and deliver Corporate and fleet projects and initiatives as assigned, ensuring comprehensive completion and formal handover to ship managers and ship crew.
  • Assist the planning, preparation and project management for initial scoping of ship refits and wet docks within their areas of responsibility, both technically and budgets. Attend refits to manage specific scope.

Health, Environment, Safety, Security (HESS) Responsibilities

  • Report all accidents, ‘near miss’s incidents and work-related ill health conditions to your manager.
  • Follow safety rules and procedures.
  • Use work equipment, personal protective equipment, substances, and safety devices correctly.
  • Take part in safety training & risk assessments and suggest ways of reducing risks.
  • Appoint shore side risk assessment as required to review and approve risk assessments.
  • Actively promote safe working within your team and encourage safe behaviors.
  • Demonstrate safety leadership in accordance with our safety leadership behaviors.

Problem solving:

  • Deliver and implement at high standards complex technical projects to meet compliance requirements and fleet asset management strategy.
  • Build a detailed understanding of the portfolio of Electrical and Electronic equipment across fleet ships.
  • Improve the understanding and expertise of the on-board teams, improve projects definition, details and delivery.
  • Work effectively with the support teams ashore, to ensure electrical and electronic equipment is available, maintained and repaired in a timely manner.



  • Degree or equivalent in a suitable Electrical discipline.
  • In depth knowledge and experience of SOLAS, Class Rules & applicable Statutory Legislation.
  • Sea going experience in the marine industry with an Electrical or Electro-Technical environment (minimum 5 years).
  • An experience with Container and bulk vessels- an advantage.
  • Experience in management and operation, in a wide and diverse range of marine maintenance aspects.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills




  • Responsible and diligent team player.
  • Well experienced in a diversified fleet.
  • Well-organized and highly motivated.
  • Proactive, with the ability to self motivate and able to work on own initiative to complete all tasks in a timely and efficient manner.
  • outstanding follow-up skills.
  • An ability to work under pressure and deliver on tight deadlines.
  • An ability to communicate effectively and work with individuals at all levels within the organization, both onboard and ashore.
  • Excellent attention to details.

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