We are looking for an experienced Marine engineer, with a sea-going background, the role includes carrying out desktop reviews and damage investigations.
As a Marine Engineer, you must have a knowledge and understanding of various vessels, including yachts.
£45,000-£60,000 depending on experience
Responsibilities of Marine Engineer
- To respond to adjusters' inquiries, desk-top review and research into hull and mechanical damages may be required.
- Give technical guidance on the kind, severity, and origin of damage for all categories of damage.
- Travel on short notice to conduct on-site surveys per RHL/CTA's request.
- Examine repair accounts and grant impartial cost approvals.
- As needed, preside over technical meetings involving superintendents, repairers, and insurers.
- Serve as the technical umpire when the shipowner and insurance cannot come to an agreement.
- Create technical reports in English that are prepared with the reader who is not technically savvy in mind.
- Provide peer examination of the findings and reports of other marine engineers.
- carry out marketing and commercial development tasks and lend a hand.
- Deliver technical presentations to clients and adjust teams everywhere.
- Any additional irregular responsibilities that fall under the person's
Requirements of Marine Engineer
- Preferably an HND or comparable marine engineering-related educational qualification.
- Marine engineers have prior sea service up to and including Second Engineer.
- pursuing or registered with IMarEST for IEng/CEng.
- good knowledge of engineering mistakes and the fixes needed.
- physically capable of attending the location (including boarding ships) and traveling quickly anywhere in the world.
- good written and spoken English skills.