Marine engineering is a field of study which deals with the design, development, production and maintenance of equipment used at sea and onboard marine vessels such as ships, etc. A marine engineer is responsible for the operation, maintenance, and repair of all major mechanical and engineering equipment.
Marine Resource Engineer
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Performed preventive maintenance and repair on all engine room equipment, mechanical and electrical operating systems.
Performed maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of all engine room equipment.
Performed maintenance and repairs as necessary on all engine room equipment.4.
Operate all main and auxiliary systems including pumps, boilers, Diesel engines, generators, and all associated electrical systems.
Supervised a team of Engineers responsible for maintaining various diesel engines on cargo ships.
Maintained, repaired and operated diesel engines, steam boilers, pumps, systems.
Operated, and repaired diesel engines, marine auxiliary boiler and steam turbine.
Engineer Duties: Serviced and repaired diesel engines and generators.
Maintained and repaired all diesel engines on-board.
Work on 4x -v16 colt-pielstick diesel engines; roll engines, check engine clearance and conduct back lash on engines.
worked in various engine rooms on diesel engines, boilers, compressors and other aux.
Conducted watch standing for 15,000 horsepower Fairbanks Morse pielstick diesel engines.
Operated other auxiliary mechanical & Electrical devices on board ship.
Implement ISO 9002 quality standards on board ships.
Constructed various instruments used aboard ship.
Very high demand
A booming career
Lots of opportunities
Opportunity to travel abroad
Possibility of sea sickness for onboard engineers
Lot of work stress
GOT WHAT IT TAKES?
Should have good technical knowledge
Should be good at Math
Should be a team player
Good at communication
Must survive the sea
Interesting Facts about the career
The world’s largest container ships can carry a staggering amount of goods. Carrying over 21,000 TEU, modern container ships can hold up to 745 million bananas. To put that into perspective, that’s roughly one banana for every person in Europe and North America.
Since 1978, the IMO has organized World Maritime Day. This is celebrated with a series of events and activities and looks ahead at the future of the industry. World Maritime Day is on September 28 —how will you mark the occasion?