MISSION LIFELINE is currently looking for machinists

MISSION LIFELINE is currently looking for machinists

June 14, 2020

As engineer you are responsible for the technical part of the ship’s operation. You work on the generators, compressors and pumps and maintain  the hydraulic systems. The maintenance schedule, the engine monitoring and guiding of the technical team are part of your tasks.
During search and rescue operations you support the crew, such as but not limited to: launching boats, searching/looking out, taking care of guests on board.
 
Other tasks include:
 
-Operating the engines and aggregates (main engine, auxiliary diesel, pumps).
-maintenance and care of the engines and aggregates during operation (filter change, operating material control, etc.)
-Documentation of the ongoing operation
-Documentation of maintenance tasks
-Operation of the hydraulic and pneumatic systems, e.g. tailgate & warping heads
 
Required Qualifications:
 
-Apprenticeship as ship mechanic / ship engineer or better
-Basic understanding and operation of electrical equipment in engine compartment and on deck
-Knowledge of ship operations, sentries, rope service
-language skills: at least English
-Improvisational skills
-Experience with MWM, Solé Diesel, Scania engines or comparable engines
-Willingness to participate in the engine watch
-Experience in welding and metal processing
-Experience in maintenance and repair of hydraulic and pneumatic systems
 
Preferred Qualification:
 
-Experience on ocean-going vessels
-Certificate of Competency Technical Watch Officer (STCW A-III/1)
-Certificate of Competency Technical Second Officer (STCW A-III/2)
-Certificate of competency for ship’s personnel on navigational watch (STCW A-II/4)
-Valid Certificate of Competency Basic Safety Training (STCW A-VI/1)
-experience in mooring ships

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