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With a young and diversified fleet operated for and on behalf of our clients, we can offer the comfort of a reliable environment, which is the basis for long term employment and a prosperous career.

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As a team member aboard you will take a very active role contributing jointly with the
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Marella Cruises

Position Summary / Job description

We are looking for an experienced 2nd Officer to join in June.

The Second Officer (Navigation) is in charge of route planning/navigation and functionality of bridge (Navigation) equipment, close liaison with Master and relevant shore side Marine and Operations departments for safe navigation and itinerary planning. Additionally they are the appointed “Bridge Manager” in charge of Bridge Officers training and bridge equipment familiarization as directed by Captain and Staff Captain. 
The Second Officer (Safety) is supporting the Safety Officer with maintenance and inspections of (Safety) safety equipment, PMS recording, crew training and familiarization, follow up on safety deficiencies etc.


Vacancy date & place:
Sign-on Date: Beg of June 2024
Sign-on Port: TBC




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Position Summary / Job description

We are looking for a 1st Officer to join in June.
The First Officer is a Bridge Watch Keeper as required by the Bridge Operations Manual and Bridge Resource Management BRM;
 
Conducting Deck Officer Duty Familiarization;
Deck Department Hazardous Familiarization training;
Maintaining Deck Department Chemical inventory list;
Maintaining Vessel’s crack/dent log;
Assisting Staff Captain as required with scheduling, planning and management of maintenance, inspections and surveys. 
Any additional duties as required by the Staff Captain and/ or Master

Vacancy date & place:
Sign-on Date: 3rd of June 2024
Sign-on Port: TBC




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Position Summary / Job description
We are looking for a 3rd Officer to join in September.
The Third Officer is a Bridge Watch Keeper as required by the Bridge Operations Manual and Bridge Resource Management (BRM)
Assisting the Deck Officers with admin related tasks and responsibilities including but not limited to, overseeing updating of certificates by the marine admin, planned maintenance records, port information, publications, flags, passenger track charts, GMDSS, defects logs route planning etc.
Supporting the Staff Captain and 1st Officer Deck with deck (Deck) maintenance, tank work, including inventory and PMS maintenance.
 
Vacancy date & place:
Sign-on Date: 16th of September 2024
Sign-on Port: TBC




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Responsibilities of the Scrubber Engineer include:
 
-          Review and scrutinize all scrubber documentation for installation and commissioning.
-          Point contact for scrubber installation and commissioning team and guide them for all the necessary support.
-          Work closely with the scrubber installation team and do daily reporting.
-          Maintain and operated scrubbers and associated equipment as required by the Manual Makers and/or PMS work descriptions
and/or as direct orders given by the Chief Engineer and/or Staff Engineer;
-          Train and inform ECR watch keepers for the scrubber operation and required monitoring.
-          Develop and maintain log data required for the scrubber.  
-          Closely monitor the scrubber operations and associated machinery; further raise any warranty claims if required.
-          Monitor the effects and performance of the d/g , economizer ; turbo charger together with First Engineer and Staff Chief Engineer. Any concerns to be addressed to Chief Engineer immediately.  
-          Ensure that the scrubbers are well maintained for optimum performance and spare parts consumption;
-          Report to the Chief Engineer and/or Staff Engineer about any breakdown, failure, accidents, near misses or deviations from operational routines and recommendation for improvements, which have a bearing on safety, security and environmental protection. This includes corrective measures for health and hygiene implementation;
-          Check stock of scrubbers and associated equipment spare parts to ensure minimum requirements is kept at all times;
-          Prepare daily, weekly and monthly reports according to Company regulation and MARPOL convention;
-          Advice and/or trained Watch Engineers, how to implement ‘troubleshooting’ procedures regarding to exhaust gas cleaning system, during carry out their routine daily duties;
-          To supervise and guide those crewmembers who are working with him/her;
-          The Exhaust Gas Cleaning System Engineer will work closely with the First Engineer when scheduling maintenance works on the equipment assigned and/or if additional manpower is needed.




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Functions and Responsibilities, but not be limited to:
 
 
·         Manage marine stores, initiate orders for materials and equipment via AMOS.
·         Administer inventory and ordering system, reporting to Chief Engineer and Staff Captain.
·         Train new vessel crew on AMOS procurement procedures.
·         Coordinate with agents, CCS office, and stakeholders for all deliveries and landings.
·         Maintain organized storage, update spare parts and consumable stores.
·         Review purchase requisitions, ensure RFQ details are complete and justified.
·         Receive CCS supplies stores, label and store them correctly within 72 hours.
·         Control received parts against purchase orders in the AMOS system. 
·         Keep AMOS system updated on spare parts and purchases.
·         Forecast supply and demand, prevent overstocking and stockouts. 
·         Collaborate with Chief Engineer and Captain to forecast maintenance plan and spare parts cost. 
·         Conduct weekly inventory control of selected spare parts groups.
·         Submit monthly progress reports on component inventory to Chief Engineer and Technical Manager (ashore). 
·         Register new equipment in AMOS and remove decommissioned equipment. 
·         Control issuance of stores and spare gear.
·         Maintain clean and tidy stores, ensuring long-term spare gear is well-preserved.
·         Provide supplier qualification reports. 
·         Coordinate landings and transportation with shore staff. 
·         Consolidate onboard consumable orders quarterly.
·         Prevent damage to spares and tools due to poor handling or exposure.
·         Track accuracy, purchase, return, and defective items for quality control decisions. 
·         Conduct weekly calls with shore-side technical purchasing specialist. 
·         Inform technical purchasing specialist and technical manager of urgent orders and justify cause via email.
·         Organize and document hotel technical maintenance meetings. 




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Position Summary / Job description
The AC Reefer Engineer is responsible for: 
 
·         Maintaining and overseeing the overall condition of all air conditioning and refrigeration systems and machinery onboard.  
·         Directing the daily activities of junior engineers and technicians to ensure work is completed safely and in compliance with regulations. 
·         Ensuring all personnel work in accordance with regulatory constraints and maintaining control of budgeted overtime.  
·         Conducting maintenance and testing of HVAC instruments and automation.  
·         Inspecting the cleanliness and safety of exhaust ducts in galley, laundry, and launderette areas, and ensuring proper cleaning routines are executed.  
·         Testing and maintaining all HVAC- related ventilation dampers, including safety-related dampers.  
·         Optimizing energy efficiency of the ship’s HVAC systems to reduce energy consumption and improve environmental sustainability.  
·         Analyzing data to identify opportunities for energy savings.  
·         Keeping temperature logs for freezers and cold rooms as required by regulations.  
·         Conducting routine refrigerant leak inspections and taking corrective actions as necessary, reporting discoveries immediately.  
·         Managing F-Gas logbooks and ensuring a minimum stock of refrigerant is maintained onboard.  
·         Requisitioning supplies, spare parts, and consumables for the systems under their responsibility and maintaining control of operational budgets.  
·         Proficient use of AMOS for forecasting, implementing, and recording all work undertaken and managing spares/consumables.  
·         Familiar with Chief Engineer’s Standing Orders, follows safety and pollution prevention rules, and is up-to-date with CCS Safety Management System.  
·         Act according to the Muster List in emergencies.  




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Position Summary / Job description
The Junior AC Reefer Engineer is responsible for:
 
·         Maintaining and overseeing the overall condition of all air conditioning and refrigeration systems and machinery onboard. 
·         Directing the daily activities of junior engineers and technicians to ensure work is completed safely and in compliance with regulations.
·         Ensuring all personnel work in accordance with regulatory constraints and maintaining control of budgeted overtime. 
·         Conducting maintenance and testing of HVAC instruments and automation. 
·         Inspecting the cleanliness and safety of exhaust ducts in galley, laundry, and launderette areas, and ensuring proper cleaning routines are executed. 
·         Testing and maintaining all HVAC- related ventilation dampers, including safety-related dampers. 
·         Optimizing energy efficiency of the ship’s HVAC systems to reduce energy consumption and improve environmental sustainability. 
·         Analyzing data to identify opportunities for energy savings. 
·         Keeping temperature logs for freezers and cold rooms as required by regulations. 
·         Conducting routine refrigerant leak inspections and taking corrective actions as necessary, reporting discoveries immediately. 
·         Managing F-Gas logbooks and ensuring a minimum stock of refrigerant is maintained onboard. 
·         Requisitioning supplies, spare parts, and consumables for the systems under their responsibility and maintaining control of operational budgets. 
·         Proficient use of AMOS for forecasting, implementing, and recording all work undertaken and managing spares/consumables. 
·         Familiar with Chief Engineer’s Standing Orders, follows safety and pollution prevention rules, and is up-to-date with CCS Safety Management System. 
·         Act according to the Muster List in emergencies. 




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Position Summary / Job description
The 2nd Engineering Officer on Watch (second engine officer on watch, 2nd EOOW) is assigned for watchkeeping unless instructed otherwise by superiors.  
 
Responsibilities of the 2nd engineering officer on watch (2nd EOOW) include: 
 
·  Keeping scheduled watches in the ECR (engine control room) and work in ER during the overtime period 
·  Reporting any machinery defects affecting safe and environmentally sound vessel operation.  
·  Ensuring all engine room safety equipment is in optimal condition.  
·  Conducting proactive maintenance and repairs. 
·  Creates requisitions and performs periodic inventory of spares and consumables related to area of responsibility 
·  Updating the Planned Maintenance System (PMS) with clear records. 
·  Supervising and guiding crew members.  
·  Promoting safe working spaces. 
·  Handling equipment with care.  
·  Reporting incidents to superiors.  
·  Directly in charge about particular groups of equipment, which can include air compressors, boilers, economizers, R.O. plants, evaporators, purifiers, etcetera.  
·  Familiar with Chief Engineer’s Standing Orders and with CCS Safety Management System.  
·  Acts according to the Muster List during emergencies. 






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We provide state of the art services according to our management system ensuring 100% compliance with International Rules and Regulation as well as best practice Environmental and ISO Standards (ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 50001, and ISO 45001).

WHAT WE DO

Dedicated to cruise vessel management in the markets of expedition, luxury and classic cruising, we are operating cruise and expedition vessels on a world-wide trade basis. We offer the full range of ship management services including technical management, marine & port operations, and crew and hotel services covering a passenger capacity range from 155 up to 2.200.