Bekerja di Kapal Pesiar – Deskripsi Pekerjaan untuk Departemen Dek

Captain (master)

The captain oversees and is overall responsible for the entire operations on the ship/vessel in all aspects. He/she reports directly to the vice president maritime operations shoreside. All persons working on a ship/vessel are subordinate to the captain. The captain is the holder of all required licenses and certifications by a recognized maritime government body. He/ she must have extensive experience in similar maritime positions on other ships/vessels. He/she must have a solid experience in navigational and computerized equipment. He/she must have a good understanding of U.S.P.H. rules and regulations and he/she must participate in all mandatory safety drills. He/she must have a good understanding of all the latest S.T.C.W. regulations.

Staff captain

The staff captain is second in command of the vessel and is responsible for the day to day operations and the supervision of the deck department. He/she assists the captain with all administrative duties and navigational tasks. He/she is responsible for the morale and discipline of all crew on board and communicates effectively with all heads of departments. He/she co-ordinates inspection rounds, disciplinary actions, appraisal meetings and monitors the performance of staff in consideration of safety and health of the passengers and crew onboard the cruise ship. The staff captain is in charge of the mandatory emergency passengers and crew safety drills and ensures all passengers and crew onboard have a clear understanding of procedures to follow. He/she must have a degree from an accredited sea service academy and have a certified record of seagoing work experience in all subordinate deck officer positions. He/she must always show strong leadership, have a good understanding of personnel management and must possess excellent communication skills. He/she hold a demanding position when it comes to accurate planning in the delegation and organisation of the deck department. He/she must have a good knowledge of computers and electronics, navigational, communications and stability equipment used today onboard cruise ships. He/she must respond calmly and decisively and quickly in emergency situations. He/she has also a public representation and various social duties onboard. He/she must have a good understanding of all latest U.S.P.H. and S.T.C.W. rules and regulations.

Chief mate/chief officer

The chief officer is in charge of the navigation on the bridge and supervises all deck department officers and seamen on board. He/she is responsible for manning, scheduling of working hours of all subordinates and the allocation of leave of deck staff. He/she keeps the master informed of deck department conditions, conduct and reliability of all deck personnel. He/she sees that all maintenance and repair work in the deck department, the ships hull and all equipment is carried out. He/she prior to sailing ensures that all gear and equipment are secure for putting to sea and reports accordingly to the master of the vessel. He/she also reports on the status and readiness of the crew. He/she supervises the navigation officers and is also responsible for the induction and training of deck personnel, deck officers and seamen. He/she is responsible for the cleanliness of the ship, ship´s pest-control procedures, water treatment and compliance with U.S.P.H. port health authorities or similar health, sanitation and hygiene regulations. He/she must have a degree from an accredited sea service academy and must have a certified record of seagoing work experience in all subordinate deck officer positions. He/she must show strong leadership, have good personnel management and human relation skills. He /she must have good knowledge of computers and electronics, navigational, communications and stability equipment used today onboard cruise ships. He/she must respond calmly, decisively and quickly in emergency situations. He/she also has a public function and in dealing with the passengers must show diplomacy and communicate with courtesy. He/she must have a good knowledge of all the latest U.S.P.H. and S.T.C.W: rules and regulations.

1st Officer / first mate

The 1st officer / first mate is a designated navigation officer and supervises all bridge personnel and officers. He/she reports directly to the chief officer and or the captain/master. He/she must have all required licenses and certifications by a recognized maritime government body. He/she must have experience in similar positions on other ships/vessels. He/she must have experience and an understanding of the latest navigational and computerized equipment used onboard. He/she must have a good understanding of U.S.P.H. rules and regulations and he/she must participate in all mandatory safety drills. He/she must have a good understanding of the latest S.T.C.W. regulations.

2nd Officer / second mate

The 2nd officer is a designated navigation officer and is subordinate to the first officer. He/she reports directly to the chief officer and ultimately to the captain/master. He/she must have all required licenses and certifications by a recognized maritime government body. He/she must have experience in similar positions on other ships/vessels. He/she must have experience and understanding of the latest navigational and computerized equipment used onboard. He/she must have a good understanding of U.S.P.H. rules and regulations and he/she must participate in all mandatory safety drills. He/she must have a good understanding of all the latest S.T.C.W. regulations.

3rd Officer / third mate

The 3rd officer / third mate is a designated navigation officer. He/she reports directly to the first officer and or chief officer and ultimately to the captain. He/she must have all required licenses and certifications by a recognized maritime government body. He/she must have experience in similar positions on other ships/vessels. He/she must have experience and understanding of the latest navigational and computerized equipment used onboard. He/she must have a good understanding of U.S.P.H. rules and regulations and he/she must participate in all mandatory safety drills. He/she must have a good understanding of all the latest S.T.C.W. regulations.

Radio officer / chief radio officer

The radio officer / chief radio officer maintains radio communications between ship and shore. He/she maintains skilled electronics and telegraph repairs and oversees all operations of satellite hook-ups, faxes, internet traffic etc.. He/she reports directly to the captain. He/she must have all required licenses and certifications of a recognized maritime government body. He/she must have extensive work experience in similar positions on ships/vessels. He/she must have a good understanding of the latest navigational electronic and computerized equipment. He/she must have a good understanding of U.S.P.H. rules and regulations and he/she must participate in all mandatory safety drills. He/she must have a good understanding of all the latest S.T.C.W. regulations.

Security officer

The security officer handles all security for the entire ship/vessel all the time. He/she is responsible for all security operations during embarkation and debarkation. He/she is responsible for drug interdiction. He/she has experience with firearms. He/she reports directly to the captain of the ship/vessel. He/she must have a good understanding of all U.S.P.H. rules and regulations and he/she must participate in all mandatory safety drills. He/she must have a good understanding of all the latest S.T.C.W. regulations.

Quartermaster

The quartermaster is responsible for and supervises all deck staff and utility for duties such as maintenance, cleaning in all areas, rope deck duties at embarkation/debarkation of the ship/vessel and supervision of tender operations. He/she reports directly to the chief officer and ultimately the captain. He/she must have experience in similar positions on other ships/vessels. He/she must have a good understanding of U.S.P.H. rules and regulations and he/she must participate in all mandatory safety drills. He/she must have a good understanding of all the latest S.T.C.W. regulations.

Deck cadet

The deck cadet usually is a maritime school trainee in the process of graduating and with a maritime career ahead of him/her. He/she reports directly to the chief officer. The position demands no other requirements than education. He/she must have a good understanding of U.S.P.H. rules and regulations and he/she must participate in all mandatory safety drills. He/she must have a good understanding of all the latest S.T.C.W. regulations.

Bosun

The bosun on board is responsible for supervising and maintenance of all assigned stations. He/she assist in all tender operations as directed by the safety officer. He/she reports directly to the chief officer. He/she needs a minimum of two years in subordinate positions of board ships/vessels. He/she must have an accredited maritime training school. He/she must have a good understanding of U.S.P.H. rules and regulations and he/she must participate in all mandatory safety drills. He/she must have a good understanding of all the latest S.T.C.W. regulations.

Seaman surveyor

The seaman surveyor on board stands bridge watches and is assigned by the navigation officer to perform attentive and alert lookouts at sea to ensure a safe and efficient watch. He/she must have a degree from an accredited sea service academy and he/she needs a certified record of seagoing work experience. He/she must have a good understanding of U.S.P.H. and S.T.C.W. rules and regulations. He/she must participate in all mandatory safety drills held on board.

ABS unlimited

The able-bodied seaman is assigned to the bridge as a watchstander, effects ships manoeuvres and handles the steering and navigation of the ship. He/she carries out cleaning, painting and general maintenance tasks to deck and safety equipment, the ship´s structure and hull. When in port the able-bodied seaman stands security at the gangway. He/she is trained to operate lifeboats and ship´s tenders. He/she, as part of the fire fighting team, carry out fire watch inspections. The able-bodied seaman holds a degree from an accredited sea service academy and has a certified record of seagoing experience. He/she must have a good understanding of U.S.P.H rules and regulations. He/she must participate in all mandatory safety drills held on board.

ABS special

The able-bodied seaman is assigned to the bridge as a watchstander, effects ship manoeuvres and handles the steering and navigation of the ship. He/she carries out cleaning, painting and general maintenance tasks to deck and safety equipment, the ship´s structure and hull. When in port, the able-bodied seaman stands security at the gangway. He/she is trained to operate lifeboats and ship´s tenders. He/she operates also as part of the fire fighting team and carries out fire watch inspections and rounds. He/she must have a degree from an accredited sea service academy and have a certified record of seagoing work experience. He/she must have a good understanding of U.S.P.H. rules and regulations. He/she must participate in all mandatory safety drills held on board.

Ordinary seaman

The ordinary seaman carries out cleaning, painting and general maintenance tasks to deck and ropes, tenders, and safety equipment, the ship´s structure and the hull. When in port, the ordinary seaman stands security at the gangway. He/she is trained to operate lifeboats and tenders in case of an emergency. The ordinary seaman holds a degree from an accredited sea service academy and has a certified record of seagoing work experience. He/she must have a good understanding of U.S.P.H. rules and regulations. He/she must participate in all mandatory safety drills held on board.

Splicer/joiner

The splicer/joiner onboard carries out duties such as maintenance, and repair work, reinforcement to ropes, and performs general deck duties. He/she must have previous seagoing experience as a deck rating. He/she must have a good understanding of U.S.P.H. rules and regulations. He/she must participate in all mandatory safety drills held on board.

Deck utility

The deck utility is responsible for all maintenance on board such as painting, rope deck duties at embarkation/debarkation of the ship/vessel assist with tender operations and cleaning of all areas. He/ she reports directly to the chief officer and or quartermaster. He/she must have a good understanding of U.S.P.H. rules and regulations and he/she must participate in all mandatory safety drills. He/she must have a good understanding of all the latest S.T.C.W. regulations.

Carpenter

The carpenter on board is responsible for all wood maintenance, carpentry and woodwork. He/she reports directly to the chief officer. He/she must be a skilled carpenter in a related background and must have prior shipboard experience. He/she must have a good understanding of U.S.P.H. rules and regulations. He/she must participate in all mandatory safety drills. He/she must have a good understanding of all the latest S.T.C.W. regulations.

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