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POSITION DESCRIPTION

POSITION TITLE
Marine Engineer

REPORTS TO
Marine Manager or their delegated person

DIRECT REPORTS
Nil

REVENUE RESPONSIBILITY
RESPONSIBILITY
Nil

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION


POSITION
Operate as Engineer for vessel berth-age, towage and operational dredging.

Carry out maintenance duties on the floating plant, associated port infrastructure equipment.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES
ACCOUNTABILITIES
Ensure all engineering installations on floating plant is maintained to industry and legislative
standards and available for immediate use

Rostered Engineer duties for shipping and dredging

Compliance with Company policies and procedures

Compliance with all Maritime regulations and legislative requirements

Cost effective and timely maintenance of floating plant engineering, navigational aids and
associated port infrastructure equipment

Cost effective and timely maintenance of cool store refrigeration plants

To advise the Marine Manager or their delegated person of an unusual nature or issues that
may be of concern or interest to Eastland Port Ltd. When an issue or circumstance is outside
their experience advice shall be sought from the Senior Tug Master/Labour Supervisor or
Marine Manager/Pilot.

All other tasks as reasonably requested

AUTHORITY AND FREEDOM


FREEDO M OF ACTION
To advise the Marine Manager or their delegated person of any issues of an unusual nature that may
be of concern or interest to Eastland Port Ltd.

RELATIONSHIPS
Internal: Marine Manager

Senior Tug Master/Labour Supervisor

Port Services Manager


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Eastland Group Employees

External: Surveyors, Company Safe Ship Management.

Ships Crew

Contractors / suppliers.

KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED


REQUI RED
At least 5 years experience in port marine operations and/or in sea going marine engineering.

Experience in modern harbour tugs will be an advantage.

QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING


TRAINING
Appropriate current marine licences or a minimum of MEC3.

Current Maritime Medical of Fitness for Seafarers.

Trade Certificate in Automotive Engineering.

STCW

COMPETENCIES
Eastland Group has a set of required competencies that each employee is expected to excel at. It is
recognised that in some instances these competencies will be developed within the role and that some
competencies will become more prominent dependent on the role.

Eastland Group undertakes to develop an individual based on the required competency set.

Further information on the required competencies will be provided during the course of an individuals
employment with the company.

The competency set is as follows:

Safety

Undertakes and directs work in a planned, controlled and safe manner. Actively participates in coordinating,
reviewing, developing, promoting and encouraging safe work practices. Takes action when unsafe or
potentially unsafe work practices are encountered.

Analysis / Evaluation
Systematically and rationally approaching tasks, situations or problems. Examining and recognising
relevant information to identify key issues and relationships from a base of information; forming
logical conclusions by relating and comparing data from different sources; identifying cause-
effect relationships.

Commercial Orientation
Proactively seeks cost reductions & risk management opportunities, where cost initiatives are focused
on sustainable reductions of total cost for the company as a whole. Successfully motivates and
encourages others to consider the commercial implications of their actions.

Planning and Organising


Manages business activities in such a way as to ensure that time and resources are well utilised and
goals are achieved. Plans and organises both short and long term initiatives, developing effective
operational work schedules and plans, and understanding how to shift priorities in order to achieve
objectives within tight timeframes.

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Customer Service
Focuses own attention on meeting the needs of all customers to ensure a high level of customer
satisfaction. This includes: responding to customer needs; recognising customers are both internal
and external to the organisation; informing the customer; identifying and reporting barriers to
service quality.

Communication
Communicates effectively in written and oral form with a wide range of people. This includes having a
good understanding of English written grammar conventions, a well-developed vocabulary and the
ability to carry out clear formal and informal communication at all levels in the organisation using a
diplomatic and concise approach.

Relationship Building
Builds and maintains effective relationships with staff, customers, suppliers and key stakeholders and
demonstrates sound networking skills. The main objective is to establish mutual understanding in a
variety of situations so as to influence favourable outcomes for the organisation.

Teamwork
Works co-operatively with others and actively commits to being part of a team. Develops trust
between team members and following through on commitments made to the team, and taking
accountability for own actions.

Problem Solving
Discriminating between relevant and irrelevant information and organising information to consider
resources and constraints. Generating problem solutions by examining alternative courses of action
that are based on logical assumptions and factual information.

Attention to Detail
Accomplishing tasks through concern for all areas involved, no matter how small; showing concern for
all aspects of the job; accurately checks processes and tasks (methodical, accurate and precise).

Creativity / Innovation
Generating imaginative, creative or novel approaches to work related issues; ability to invent, explore
and imagine new approaches, frameworks or solutions and ability to stimulate ideas in self or others.

Decisiveness
Making timely decisions; rendering judgments; taking action when appropriate; committing to a side or
position; makes decisions without full information or when the situation is ambiguous.

Agreed by:

Job Holders SIGNATURE DATE

Managers SIGNATURE DATE

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