About the job
Job Summary and Purpose
As a Subject Matter Expert (SME), the Production Engineer provides the technical problem-solving ability for production engineering process and planning. The Production Engineer leads work teams and controls production process for initial blast and painting process, to a high quality & auditable standard that is consistent with contract work scope, statutory & code requirements, Integrated Management System (IMS) procedures, design parameters, site survey inputs, specifications, stress inputs and vendor data.
1. Ensure implementation of approved departmental policies, processes, procedures and provide instructions to subordinates and monitor their adherence.
2. Lead and control work force engaged in all activities concerned with the Shipwright aspects of the project to ensure the work is completed within the allocated manhour/resources.
3. Attend VSCC, onboard production meeting, section review meetings and highlight issues on SHEQ’s and production if any.
4. Co-ordinate work progress with project managers, superintendent, other trades and with his own department.
5. Liaise with Invoicers / Estimators to ensure that commercial targets are met.
6. Organise and supervise the activities and work of a small team of subordinates to ensure that all work within a specific area of departmental activity is carried out in an efficient and procedurally compliant manner.
7. Prepare departmental reports on time & accurately to meet company & department requirements, policies & standards.
8. Manage subcontractor jobs by coordinating with subcontractor supervisors and foreman for lumpsum jobs and labor supply contractors.
9. Liaise with external representatives such as owner representatives, class surveyor in all the matters related to product requirements, work specifications, drawings and ensure completion of the task.
10. Initiate site instructions, technical queries, work completion certifications for all the onboard jobs.
11. Coordinate plans, drawings, answering of enabling notes, nonconformance reports.
12. Carryout checking of the sub-contractors timesheets, invoices of lumpsum jobs and approving their invoices.
13. Check the status of material and coordinate for raising the purchase requests.
14. Comply with all relevant safety, quality and environmental management policies, procedures and controls to ensure a healthy and safe work environment.
15. Perform other related duties or assignments as directed on order to contribute to the continuous operations of the department.
Collaboration & Teamwork
Empower & Nurture Talent
Key Result Areas
Interactions and Working Relations
1. Shipwright Section
2. All Sections in NKOM
A. Optimum resource allocation.
B. Issues are identified and resolved at an early stage.
1. Clients & Class surveyor
2. Sub Contractors
3. Service Engineers
A. Clarification/feed back on work progress
B. Coordination with Sub contractor / service Engineers
As per TOFA.
A Diploma or a Degree in Naval Architecture, Marine Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or its equivalent.
Level 1 National Association of Corrosion Engineers (N.A.C.E) – Desirable
Experience in ship repairing and ship construction yard.
At least 5 years of experience as a Supervisor or in similar position in Marine or New building Yard.
Knowledge of all types of surface preparation and coating systems