Second Engineer - Port Operations Nmb Ports (Port Of Pe)

Second Engineer - Port Operations Nmb Ports (Port Of Pe)
Company:

Transnet


Place:

Eastern Cape


Area:

Cleaning

Second Engineer - Port Operations Nmb Ports (Port Of Pe)

Details of the offer

Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape Permanent This advert is open for application by external applicants. Equity Statement :Preference will be given to suitably qualified Applicants who are members of the designated groups in line with the Employment Equity Plan and Targets of the Organisation/Operating Division. Applicants that are interested in applying for any of the advertised positions must apply by registering on the Careers section of the Transnet Internet. Please take care in completing all required details on the profile, and then apply for the position. Alternative Application Methods: (Completed Curriculum Vitae to be submitted) Post : E-mail : Human.Resources2transnet.net Fax : It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that HR has received the application before the closing date of the advertisement. Note: if you have not been contacted within 30 days of the closing date of this advertisement please consider your application as unsuccessful. Any questions regarding the application or recruitment process should be sent in writing to KHOLIWE.NOGQALATRANSNET.NET. We urge all our employees, clients, members of the public and our suppliers to report any kind of fraud or corruption at Transnet. Call the hotline toll free number: 0800 003 056 or email Transnettip-offs.com Operating Division : Transnet NPA Position Title : Second Engineer - Port Operations Employee Group : Permanent Department : Marine Services Location : Port Elizabeth Reporting To : Marine Technical Manager Grade Level : I1X Reference Number : 10157378 Position Purpose: Forms part of the engine room management team of the harbour tug as Second Engineer under the direction of the Chief Engineering Officer and is responsible for the operation and maintenance of plant, equipment and machinery, including operational watch keeping duties, performance or routine and unplanned maintenance in order to ensure a safe and efficient tug service to clients and to safeguard Company assets as per legislative requirements into the Merchant Shipping Act Position outputs: 1. CARRY OUT INDEPENDENT WATCHKEEPING DUTIES IN THE ENGINE ROOM 1.1 Assist with ensuring the correct operation and running of machinery in the engine room. Carry out tasks and functions as directed by the Chief Engineer Assist the Chief Engineer in monitoring all equipment in operation 1.2 Carry out routine visual inspection of machinery and equipment as required Check machinery and equipment for leaks Check gauges as per instructions 1.3 Take necessary readings and soundings as required. Ensure correct tools are used for soundings and readings Make sure it is safe to take soundings and readings 1.4 Record the results of all readings, soundings and inspections as required in the relevant logbook. Draw the correct logbooks for the machinery or equipment checked. Enter readings taken into the correct logbook 1.5 Report any anomalies discovered on machinery and equipment to the Chief Engineer. Inform Chief Engineer of anything found out of the ordinary. Assess nature of anomaly and suggest remedial action to the Chief Engineer. 1.6 Ensure liquid and pressure levels are correct in allMachinery. Check liquid levels, tank soundings and sight glasses as required Have a knowledge of the acceptable liquid level limits Report any levels that are out of limits 1.7 Top-up liquid levels in machinery as required. Fill up tanks as directed Ensure necessary safety precautions are taken before Advise Chief Engineer on completion. 1.8 Monitor running machinery as required. Watch pressures and temperatures while machinery is running Inform the Chief Engineer of any anomalies 2. ASSIST WITH THE SAFE AND EFFICIENT OPERATION OF MACHINERY 2.1 Prepare main propulsion machinery for start-up. Opening up the vessel from a shut-down state Carry out checks and preparations for start-up Advise the Chief Engineer when engines are ready to be started Advise the Chief Engineer of any problems encountered. 2.2 Start up and maintain efficient operation of generators / alternators as directed Follow correct starting sequence for machinery and equipment Ensure all necessary valves are opened or closed as required for starting machinery and equipment Ensure equipment is running correctly and all relevant valves are in the correct position before reporting to the Chief Engineer2.3 Assist with emergency shutdowns as required Man equipment or machinery as directed by the Chief Give constant reports on state of machinery or equipment Shut down machinery or equipment on instruction from the Chief Engineer 3. MAINTAIN AND REPAIR EQUIPMENT AS REQUIRED 3.1 Repair and maintain equipment as required. Strip down and clean equipment Carry out routine maintenance tasks Assist with taking bunkers and transferring of slops (sludge in tanks) Report any anomalies found during repairs and maintenance Ensure daily, weekly and monthly routines are completed as required 3.2 Disassemble equipment and machinery Strip equipment and machinery in the correct sequence Ensure all parts are placed safely as disassembly proceeds Report any problems encountered to the Chief Engineer 3.3 Reassemble equipment and machinery Reassemble equipment in the correct sequence Ensure all parts are installed correctly Report any problems encountered to the Chief Engineer 3.4 Replace defective items on machinery and equipment Obtain necessary spares from the store onboard or ashore Install the replacement parts in accordance with manufacturers' specifications. 3.5 Testing of equipment and machinery as required. Carry out tests Record readings Advise the Chief Engineer of any problems seen or readings that are incorrect 4. MAINTAIN CLEANLINESS IN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY 4.1 Ensure all waste is cleaned out of the engine room. Clear all rags and waste from machinery spaces Dispose of engine room waste in the correct manner Adhere to pollution control regulations 4.2 Ensure all equipment and materials are cleaned and Properly stowed away after use. Clean all tools after use Return all tools and equipment to the correct stowage space after use Secure all stowage spaces correctly on completion. 4.3 Ensure all machinery is cleaned properly. Clean all excess oil from machinery and equipment Use the correct cleaning materials for the particular piece of equipment or machinery being cleaned Clear away excess cleaning materials on completion 4.4 Ensure engine room is properly cleaned and wiped down at the end of each watch. Carry out routine cleaning schedule at the end of each shift Make sure deck plating’s, guard rails and bulkheads are free of excess oil and grease Clear away any loose gear and stow correctly. 4.5 Ensure all spillages are properly cleaned up. Contain oils pills in the correct manner Use the correct materials for cleaning up spillages Dispose of soiled materials in the correct manner Adhere to Pollution Control regulations at all time Qualifications & Experience: Certificate of competency as Motorman Higher Grade, or related qualification issued in terms of the Merchant Shipping Act Competencies: Knowledge required Risk and occupational safety Quality management systems Statutory/ regulatory bodies Environmental management principles NOSA, ISO, OSH Act Marine Operations/ Services - Merchant Shipping Act - SAMSA port marine operations related legislation Skills required Leadership Decision Making Communication Building relationships Managing subordinates Ability to solve practical technical problems Procedures and work instructions (SHE Integrated Management Systems, Quality Management System) Knowledge of life saving equipment and appliances Safety techniques/ equipment Record keeping Emergency and evacuation procedures Marine plant, machinery and equipment Watch keeping procedures Marine environment Housekeeping Computer Literate Report writing


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