Engineering Superintendent - 2 stroke Marine Diesel Engine, Singapore/India/China

Location Singapore
Discipline: Maritime
Contact name: Brijesh Mongia

Contact email:
Job ref: 2086
Our client is a global market leading shipping company at the forefront of innovation and technology when it comes to the asset owning business.

This is an excellent opportunity for someone tired of ship management and wanting to specialise in the innovation and technology of 2 stroke and 4 stroke marine engines.

Job Accountabilities/Key Responsibilities
  • Plan, execute and evaluate vessel voyage surveys/repairs, CAP Surveys etc which meet operations, technical and class requirements.
  • Attend to vessel engine room, general condition inspection and complete mechanical condition reports.
  • Attend to engine related issues raised from ships and VM and render technical advisory & support to ships to solve the issues.
  • Prepare condition reports and RCA analysis and updates as per Company’s requirements.  
  • Plan and monitor voyage/riding repairs while vessels are in service to minimize vessels yard stay/off hire and keep VM fully informed at all times.
  • Liaise with Class to evaluate the repairs required.

The ideal candidate is able to work independently and  possesses good interpersonal and communication skills and a great team player. He/she is positive, self motivated and enjoys constant challenges such as solving structural problems and developing innovative solutions.  

Qualifications & Experience
  • Diploma in Marine engineering/Naval Architecture or marine-related diploma.
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience including:
  • Previous experience with operation and maintenance of large 2 and 4 stroke engines
  • Knowledge of engine optimization methods and monitoring tools.
  • Mechanical, hydraulic , piping, ER experience. 
  • Knowledge of QHSSE
  • Candidates with the following certificates would have an advantage
  • Sea going experience, as Chief Engineer or similar
  • Experience with Electrical and Dual-fuel engines
  • Preferably a member of a relevant professional body (e.g. CIMAC, IMarEST, RINA)
  • Preferably holds prior experience as a hull or mechanical superintendent in a shipping company or from engine maker.