Secunda Chief Engineer Dartmouth

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Secunda Chief Engineer Dartmouth

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Secunda
Chief Engineer
Dartmouth
Location: Dartmouth, Nova Scotia and St. John’s, Newfoundland

Overview

Secunda Canada is a well-known offshore Marine Company and our primary area of operation is Eastern Canada. The expertise of our personnel stems from working over two decades in our harsh weather environment as the leader of support services in platform supply, anchor handling, rescue standby and towage.

We are currently accepting resumes for any future openings for experienced and qualified Chief Engineers for positions working in offshore Nova Scotia and Newfoundland working a 28 day on/off rotation.

Reporting to the Captain and the Vessel Superintendent, the Chief Engineer is responsible for monitoring all onboard equipment and systems together with implementing the vessel planned maintenance program. The Chief Engineer is responsible for organizing and supervising engine room operations, act as approving authority for all Permit to Work requests, and ensure that Secunda Canada’s HSEQ policies and programs are communicated to, understood and complied with by all engine room employees.

Secunda offers:

A competitive salary
A company paid group RRSP plan
A comprehensive health, dental and extended health plan (including short and long term disability, employee life and optional dependent life insurance)
A Mortgage Subsidy Program
Advanced training and professional development/incentive programs.

Qualifications, Experience and Personal Attributes:

Successful candidates will possess the following qualifications, experience and personal attributes.

1st Class Motor Certificate of Competency
Valid Marine Basic First Aid
Valid Unrestricted Transport Canada Marine Medical
Ship Personnel with Designated Security Duties certificate
Proven track record in relevant offshore experience within the marine sector; recent offshore standby experience on a PSV or AHTS vessel is strongly preferred
Valid Canadian passport; Canadian citizenship or landed immigrant status
WHMIS
Ability to read, write, understand and speak English
Experience with NS5 is an asset
Self-starter, analytical and problem solving capabilities, demonstrated effectiveness in working with charterers, safety leadership and employee/team development

Secunda Canada is committed to the principle of fair representation of the designated target groups, as defined by the federal Employment Equity Act (women, aboriginal peoples, members of visible minorities, and persons with disabilities). We encourage qualified applicants from these groups to apply for this position.

How to Apply:

Visit our website at www.secunda.ca/careers to complete the online application. We thank all candidates for their interest; however only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

diya1982
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Re: Secunda Chief Engineer Dartmouth

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NIHAR K. SIRCAR
57 Morgan Avenue, Thornhill , ON, Canada, L3T-1R3
nkssircar@gmail.com∙ (H) 1-905-889-9672 ∙ (M) 1-416-807-9338

Marine Chief Engineer & Marine Surveyor
Accomplished 35+ years of operations & facility management professional who leverages strong technical & interpersonal skill set and teamwork to achieve business objectives. Results driven individual who has finely honed analytical & business skills with an eye to increasing department productivity, goals and company profitability. Recognized for achievements and excellence in the following areas
• Operations & Technical consulting ● Maintenance Management
• H&S Practices & Risk management ● Energy & Sustainability initiatives
• Procurement & Spares ● Outsourcing & Contract Management

PROFESSIONAL & Work EXPERIENCES :-
Independent Technical Consultant & Marine Surveyor : 2017 to present

* REFORMAR : mv Coriolis II
Chief Engineer from 16/Oct/2019 to 20/11/2019
Teekay Offshore St. John`s NL
Chief Engineer on Aframax Oil Tankers: Norse Spirit & Beothuk Spirit from 6-June-19 to 8-July-19 & 13-Aug-19 to 27-Aug-19
Algoma Central Corp :
Relief Chief Engineer on mt Algoscotia, Frm Aug.2010 to Sep 2017.
Woodwards Group of Companies – Coastal Shipping Inc. (Canada)
Chief Engineer on Oil Tanker, November 2014 to 2017
Levert Group Inc. (EMGS - USA; Boa Shipping Inc. - Norway)
Extra Chief Engineer, August to November 2014
Stuart Hayes Inc. & Groupe Desgagnes Inc. (Canada)
Marine Engineer Surveyor and Sr. Chief Engineer, February 2008 to August 2014

1. Working on Canadian Flagged Iced Class Oil Tankers in N. Atlantic and Arctic Regions.
2. Completed DNV-GL Annual Survey & ISM Inspection / Audits in April, 2015.
3. Warranty Claims & Returns; on Services provided by Contractors, new construction.
• Electrical Power Plants (Caterpillar 3500B, 4x 1818 KWs).
• Worked on and with Offshore Tugs, Oil Tankers, Cargo Passenger and Vehicle Ferries, Canadian Flagged Iced Class Vessels at North Atlantic Waters & Arctic Regions.
• Performed Cargo Surveys & inspections in compliance with Lloyd, DNV, SGS, & Transport Canada & 3rd Party Cargo Surveyors.
• Onboard Loading & Discharging of Oil Tankers, Bulk Cargo and Cargo in Containers.
• Inspections of damage claims in compliance with Marine Insurance - P&I. on all types of vessels, sizes, power and machinery.
• Performed inspections on power, process and propulsion plants; pressure vessels and boilers, including, fire tube, water tube, packaged, fluidized bed and atmospheric combustion, circulating, stoker fired, pulverized fuel boiler, waste heat and thermal fuel heat fluid heaters.

Various Canadian and International Shipping Companies (names will be provided on request)
Marine Surveyor and Chief Engineer, 2004 to 2008
• Worked with Super Oil Tankers, Passenger and Offshore Vessels.
• Performed surveys, budget controls and financial management.
• Oversaw operation and maintenance of HVAC/CHILLERS and Refrigeration Central Plants; Machinery Propulsion (steam/diesel); power and thermal boilers; and Auxiliary Plants.
Noel Arnold and Associates Risk Management Services (Australia)
Technical Consultant, 2002 to 2004
• Performed OHSE inspections and risk assessments of machinery for clients: Coles Myers Ltd. (owner of 250 Supermarkets); CBRE (managers of commercial property); and ING (managers of cold storage plants and warehouses).Boilers, HVAC, Mechanical, Electrical Plants, BMS, CCTV, Security System, Fire and Emergency Controls and Equipment, Loading Docks, Standby Generators and Computer Centres.
• Conducted investigations, safety inspections and statutory compliance audits.
• Implemented preventive maintenance services for all machinery and equipment.

Various International and Offshore Shipping Companies (names will be provided on request)
Chief Engineer, 1997 to 2002
• Worked with VLCC, Passenger Ferries, Large Container, Heavy Lift, Bulk, Anchor Handling and Towing Tugs and Suction and Cutter Dredgers.

Australian Consolidated Industries Ltd now “BTR Nylex Ltd.” Australia)
Power & Hospital Service Plant Engineer, 1986 to 1994
• Processed plant machinery, performed ongoing maintenance and resource management.
• Oversaw operation and maintenance of 300 MW Thermal (10 x Large Water and Fire Tube Boilers) Diesel Power Plant- steam turbo and diesel engines, alternators and other process support machinery.

EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS
• Post Graduate: Certificate in Environmental Engineering and Management, University of Technology Sydney, 1995
• Bachelor’s Degree: Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Technical School (affiliated with UK Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology), 1970

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND LICENCES
• First Class Certificate of Competency for Marine Engineers (of unlimited power MOTOR) from Transport-Canada, MCA UK & AMSA Australia. Advance Tanker Safety Level 2
• HVAC / Chillers &Refrigeration, and Service Plant Operation and Maintenance
• Institute of Mechanical and Marine Engineers (UK and Australia)
.
TECHNICAL SKILLS
• Operation and technical managerial skills.
• Pragmatic approach to getting the best performance of technical personnel.
• Proven ability to lead, motivate and build successful teams.
• Achieving targets in a dynamic and complex business environment.
• Comfortable working with personnel in all levels and multi-cultural work force.

REFERENCES WILL BE PROVIDED ON REQUEST

diya1982
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Joined: Sun Jun 15, 2014 3:14 pm

Re: Secunda Chief Engineer Dartmouth

Post by diya1982 »

NIHAR K. SIRCAR
57 Morgan Avenue, Thornhill , ON, Canada, L3T-1R3
nkssircar@gmail.com∙ (H) 1-905-889-9672 ∙ (M) 1-416-807-9338

Marine Chief Engineer & Marine Surveyor
Accomplished 35+ years of operations & facility management professional who leverages strong technical & interpersonal skill set and teamwork to achieve business objectives. Results driven individual who has finely honed analytical & business skills with an eye to increasing department productivity, goals and company profitability. Recognized for achievements and excellence in the following areas
• Operations & Technical consulting ● Maintenance Management
• H&S Practices & Risk management ● Energy & Sustainability initiatives
• Procurement & Spares ● Outsourcing & Contract Management

PROFESSIONAL & Work EXPERIENCES :-
Independent Technical Consultant & Marine Surveyor : 2017 to present

* REFORMAR : mv Coriolis II
Chief Engineer from 16/Oct/2019 to 20/11/2019
Teekay Offshore St. John`s NL
Chief Engineer on Aframax Oil Tankers: Norse Spirit & Beothuk Spirit from 6-June-19 to 8-July-19 & 13-Aug-19 to 27-Aug-19
Algoma Central Corp :
Relief Chief Engineer on mt Algoscotia, Frm Aug.2010 to Sep 2017.
Woodwards Group of Companies – Coastal Shipping Inc. (Canada)
Chief Engineer on Oil Tanker, November 2014 to 2017
Levert Group Inc. (EMGS - USA; Boa Shipping Inc. - Norway)
Extra Chief Engineer, August to November 2014
Stuart Hayes Inc. & Groupe Desgagnes Inc. (Canada)
Marine Engineer Surveyor and Sr. Chief Engineer, February 2008 to August 2014

1. Working on Canadian Flagged Iced Class Oil Tankers in N. Atlantic and Arctic Regions.
2. Completed DNV-GL Annual Survey & ISM Inspection / Audits in April, 2015.
3. Warranty Claims & Returns; on Services provided by Contractors, new construction.
• Electrical Power Plants (Caterpillar 3500B, 4x 1818 KWs).
• Worked on and with Offshore Tugs, Oil Tankers, Cargo Passenger and Vehicle Ferries, Canadian Flagged Iced Class Vessels at North Atlantic Waters & Arctic Regions.
• Performed Cargo Surveys & inspections in compliance with Lloyd, DNV, SGS, & Transport Canada & 3rd Party Cargo Surveyors.
• Onboard Loading & Discharging of Oil Tankers, Bulk Cargo and Cargo in Containers.
• Inspections of damage claims in compliance with Marine Insurance - P&I. on all types of vessels, sizes, power and machinery.
• Performed inspections on power, process and propulsion plants; pressure vessels and boilers, including, fire tube, water tube, packaged, fluidized bed and atmospheric combustion, circulating, stoker fired, pulverized fuel boiler, waste heat and thermal fuel heat fluid heaters.

Various Canadian and International Shipping Companies (names will be provided on request)
Marine Surveyor and Chief Engineer, 2004 to 2008
• Worked with Super Oil Tankers, Passenger and Offshore Vessels.
• Performed surveys, budget controls and financial management.
• Oversaw operation and maintenance of HVAC/CHILLERS and Refrigeration Central Plants; Machinery Propulsion (steam/diesel); power and thermal boilers; and Auxiliary Plants.
Noel Arnold and Associates Risk Management Services (Australia)
Technical Consultant, 2002 to 2004
• Performed OHSE inspections and risk assessments of machinery for clients: Coles Myers Ltd. (owner of 250 Supermarkets); CBRE (managers of commercial property); and ING (managers of cold storage plants and warehouses).Boilers, HVAC, Mechanical, Electrical Plants, BMS, CCTV, Security System, Fire and Emergency Controls and Equipment, Loading Docks, Standby Generators and Computer Centres.
• Conducted investigations, safety inspections and statutory compliance audits.
• Implemented preventive maintenance services for all machinery and equipment.

Various International and Offshore Shipping Companies (names will be provided on request)
Chief Engineer, 1997 to 2002
• Worked with VLCC, Passenger Ferries, Large Container, Heavy Lift, Bulk, Anchor Handling and Towing Tugs and Suction and Cutter Dredgers.

Australian Consolidated Industries Ltd now “BTR Nylex Ltd.” Australia)
Power & Hospital Service Plant Engineer, 1986 to 1994
• Processed plant machinery, performed ongoing maintenance and resource management.
• Oversaw operation and maintenance of 300 MW Thermal (10 x Large Water and Fire Tube Boilers) Diesel Power Plant- steam turbo and diesel engines, alternators and other process support machinery.

EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS
• Post Graduate: Certificate in Environmental Engineering and Management, University of Technology Sydney, 1995
• Bachelor’s Degree: Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Technical School (affiliated with UK Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology), 1970

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND LICENCES
• First Class Certificate of Competency for Marine Engineers (of unlimited power MOTOR) from Transport-Canada, MCA UK & AMSA Australia. Advance Tanker Safety Level 2
• HVAC / Chillers &Refrigeration, and Service Plant Operation and Maintenance
• Institute of Mechanical and Marine Engineers (UK and Australia)
.
TECHNICAL SKILLS
• Operation and technical managerial skills.
• Pragmatic approach to getting the best performance of technical personnel.
• Proven ability to lead, motivate and build successful teams.
• Achieving targets in a dynamic and complex business environment.
• Comfortable working with personnel in all levels and multi-cultural work force.

REFERENCES WILL BE PROVIDED ON REQUEST

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