Bekerja di Kapal Pesiar – Deskripsi Pekerjaan untuk Departemen Teknik

Chief engineer

The chief engineer is responsible for the entire operations of the ship/vessel responsibilities include the following departments: engineering, electrical and mechanical. He/she reports directly to the captain. He/she must be certified and have received training from a recognized government maritime training facility. He/she must have extensive experience in a subordinate position. 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.

First engineer

The first engineer is responsible for the daily operations and or maintenance of the following departments: engineering, electrical, mechanical divisions of the entire ship/vessel. He/she reports directly to the chief engineer. He/she must be certified and have received training from a recognized maritime training facility. He/she must have extensive experience in a subordinate position on 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.

Second engineer

The second engineer is responsible for the daily operations and or maintenance of the following departments: engineering, electrical, mechanical divisions of the entire ship / vessel. He/she reports directly to the chief engineer. He/she must be certified and have received training from a recognized maritime training facility. He/she must have extensive experience in a subordinate position on 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.

Third engineer

The third engineer is responsible for the daily operations and or maintenance of the following departments: engineering, electrical, mechanical divisions of the entire ship/vessel. He/she reports directly to the chief engineer. He/she must be certified and have received training from a recognized maritime training facility. He/she must have extensive experience in a subordinate position on 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.

Junior third engineer

The junior third engineer assists and is responsible for the daily operations and or maintenance of the following departments: engineering, electrical, mechanical divisions of the entire ship/vessel. He/she reports directly to the chief engineer. He/she must be certified and have received training from a recognized maritime training facility. He/she must have extensive experience in a subordinate position on 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.

Engine repairman

The engine repairman is responsible for the daily maintenance and repairs of all technical aspects of the ship/vessel such as engine and diesel equipment, cleaning of al respective departments etc… He/she reports directly to the chief engineer. He/she must have received training from a recognized maritime government training facility. He/she must have extensive work experience in a subordinate position. 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.

Engine storekeeper

The engine storekeeper is responsible for the inventory parts and supplies of the engineering department. He/she reports directly to the chief engineer. He/she must have received training from a recognized maritime government training facility. He/she must have extensive work experience in subordinate positions. 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.

Chief electrician

The chief electrician is responsible for the entire electrical system onboard the vessel and supervises all electricians. He/she reports directly to the chief engineer. He/she must have received training from a recognized maritime government training facility. He/she must have extensive work experience in subordinate positions. 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.

Chief airconditioning technician

The chief airco technician is responsible for all maintenance, repairs and supervision of all air conditioning and refrigeration systems used onboard. He/she reports directly to the chief engineer. He/she must have received training from a recognized maritime government training facility. He/she must have extensive work experience in subordinate positions. 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.

Chief electronics technician

The chief electronics technician is responsible for the entire electrical department, air conditioning system and refrigeration systems used onboard. He / she reports directly to the chief engineer. He/she must have received training from a recognized maritime government training facility. He/she must have extensive work experience in subordinate positions. 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.

Asst. electronic technician

The asst. electronic technician is responsible for the entire electrical systems, air conditioning and refrigeration systems used onboard. He/she reports directly to the chief engineer. He/she must have received training from a recognized maritime government training facility. He/she must have extensive work experience in subordinate positions. 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.

Machinist

The machinist is responsible for the maintenance and operations of all engines and mechanical equipment used onboard. He/she reports directly to the chief engineer. He/she must have received training from a recognized maritime government training facility. He/she must have extensive work experience in subordinate positions. 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.

Fitter

The fitter on board is responsible for daily maintenance and cleaning of all engines and all mechanical equipment used onboard the ship/vessel. He/she reports directly to the chief engineer. He/she must have received training from a recognized maritime government training facility. He/she must have extensive work experience in subordinate positions. 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.

Plumber

The plumber is responsible for all maintenance and repairs of all plumbing needs on board. He/she reports directly to the chief engineer. He/she must have received training from a recognized maritime government training facility. He/she must have extensive work experience in subordinate positions. 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.

Motorman

The motorman is responsible for the daily maintenance and cleaning of specific engine parts. He/she reports directly to the chief engineer. He/she must have received training from a recognized maritime government training facility. He/she must have extensive work experience in subordinate positions. 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.

Wiper

The wiper is responsible for all cleaning in the engine room, picking up tools, general cleaning, and painting of the engine room. He/she reports directly to the chief engineer. 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.

Engine cadet

The engine cadet is working on a ship/vessel as a trainee in the engine department. He/she must have received training from a recognized maritime government training facility. He/she reports directly to the chief engineer. 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.

Upholsterer

The upholsterer is responsible for all upholstering of all furniture on board. He/she reports directly to the chief engineer. 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.

Oiler

The oiler on board is responsible for engine maintenance, repairs and painting. He/she reports directly to the chief engineer. 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.

Boilerman

The boilerman is responsible for boiler operations, engine maintenance and engine repairs. He reports directly to the chief engineer. He must have a good understanding of U.S.P.H. rules and regulations and he must participate in all mandatory safety drills. He must have a good understanding of all the latest S.T.C.W. regulations.

Deck engine mechanic

The deck engine mechanic is responsible for all maintenance, repairs, and daily cleaning of equipment on the bridge. He/she reports directly to the chief engineer. 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.

Engine utility

The engine utility is responsible for maintenance, cleaning and painting in the engine room. He/she reports directly to the chief engineer. 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.

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