Job Ad - Chief Officer - GRAND CIRCLE CRUISE LINE

GRAND CIRCLE CRUISE LINE GRAND CIRCLE CRUISE LINE

Chief Officer

We are looking for Chief Officer for our Cruise Ship.

Monitoring the activities of his department, ensuring that all the responsibilities detailed below are correctly discharged.
Liaison with other departments for the co-ordination of Deck Department activities and to ensure the smooth running of his department.
Executing the policies, procedures and instructions laid down by the Companyfor his department and verifying personally that all Officers within his department are properly instructed and aware of their duties and responsibilities relating to the Safety Management System.
Ensuring that all Deck Department personnel comply with procedures and instructions concerning safety and environmental protection.
Satisfying himself that procedures and instructions for safety and environmental protection are followed by all persons on board and that they attend training and drills required to comply with these procedures and instructions.
Giving the Master, prior to each departure, a positive report that the vessel is ready for sea with regard to the responsibilities of his department. Central to this report, he shall specify that all watertight openings and watertight doors are secured and confirm that the ship complies with the conditions and requirements of the Stability Booklet and will continue to do so for the forthcoming voyage.
Monitoring the actual and forecast expenditure of his department with regard to budgets established for the vessel and to advise the Master and Senior Superintendent accordingly.
The safety, occupational health, welfare and discipline of all members of the Deck Department. He is personally to ensure that all Officers in his department are aware of their social obligations whilst in passenger public areas.
Ensuring that all Deck Department personnel are familiar with their own emergency duties.
Ensuring that sufficient members of the Deck Department remain on board in harbour to comply with the ship’s In Port Manning Plan.

Worldwide

  1. Summary

    Department Deck
    Rank Chief Officer
    Ship type Cruise Ship
    Country/Navigation area Worldwide
    Annual salary (USD) -
    Contract type -
    Contract dynamics -
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    Description We are looking for Chief Officer for our Cruise Ship. Monitoring the activities of his department, ensuring that all the responsibilities detailed below are correctly discharged. Liaison with other departments for the co-ordination of Deck Department activities and to ensure the smooth running of his department. Executing the policies, procedures and instructions laid down by the Companyfor his department and verifying personally that all Officers within his department are properly instructed and aware of their duties and responsibilities relating to the Safety Management System. Ensuring that all Deck Department personnel comply with procedures and instructions concerning safety and environmental protection. Satisfying himself that procedures and instructions for safety and environmental protection are followed by all persons on board and that they attend training and drills required to comply with these procedures and instructions. Giving the Master, prior to each departure, a positive report that the vessel is ready for sea with regard to the responsibilities of his department. Central to this report, he shall specify that all watertight openings and watertight doors are secured and confirm that the ship complies with the conditions and requirements of the Stability Booklet and will continue to do so for the forthcoming voyage. Monitoring the actual and forecast expenditure of his department with regard to budgets established for the vessel and to advise the Master and Senior Superintendent accordingly. The safety, occupational health, welfare and discipline of all members of the Deck Department. He is personally to ensure that all Officers in his department are aware of their social obligations whilst in passenger public areas. Ensuring that all Deck Department personnel are familiar with their own emergency duties. Ensuring that sufficient members of the Deck Department remain on board in harbour to comply with the ship’s In Port Manning Plan.
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