Updated: Jan 9 2013
||Captain / Master, Ship Deckhand, Ships Mate / Officer, 2nd Mate Ticket, Rotary Tug (Schottel Tug),
| We currently have an opening for a Tug Master with one of our clients in Libya.
All candidates MUST have all the qualifications below to be considered for the position.
- A valid 2nd Mate Ticket/License issued by an approved International Maritime Academy
- Ten (10) years of Marine related experience as Deck Officer/Tug Master Most Especially as Rotary Tug (Schottel Tug) Master experience
- Fluency in English Language (read & write).
- Holders of Master's & 1st Mate Tickets/Licenses may be accepted
- The Tug Master is responsible for undertaking towage in accordance with ''Libyan Port Authority'' operating procedures.
- Ensuring that he is fully familiar with the requirements of the fleet regulations and other documents which comprise the safety management system
- Ensuring that workers on his vessel are aware of the contents of applicable risk assessments.
- Ensuring that onboard procedures are established to implement the requirements of the Marine Circulars and other safety management system documents.
- Motivating his crew in the observation of the council safety and environmental policy.
- Issuing appropriate orders in a clear and simple, unambiguous manner.
- Ensuring that periodical reviews of the safety management system are carried out and deficiencies are reported to the designated person.
- Ensuring that crew members newly appointed to the vessel are properly inducted regarding vessel familiarization, operational training and procedures.
- Ensuring that the requirements of law, codes of practice fleet regulations and industry guidelines are complied with, having particular reference to
- Maintenance of seaworthiness
- Safe navigation of the vessel
- Holding of on board drills, musters and training
- Protection of the environment
- Observance of safe working practice with regard to the code of safe working practices.
- Proper completion of statutory documentation, including official Log Books, Departmental Log Books, Oil record books and the keeping of records as required.
- Ensuring the vessel is operated as per fleet regulations, national law and local Port/Harbor by-Law
- Ensuring that the vessel is maintained as required by the Marine Engineer/Superintendent and is in all respects seaworthy before commencement of each voyage.
- Exercising discipline as necessary to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the vessel.
- Reporting to the Terminal/Marine Supt. Any defects or other matters which could conceivably affect the safe operation of the vessel or which may present a risk of damage to the environment.
- Encouraging effective and pertinent communication between crew, line personnel and shore based management, following the routes and methods set out in the safety management system.
- Arranging for First Aid attention to be available on board by properly qualified person(s)/
- Ensuring that any reportable accidents or incidents are properly recorded and reported and that any material evidence is kept for expert inspection.