The Marine Technician Department in a cruise ship is responsible for maintaining and repairing the ship’s mechanical and electrical systems that are directly related to navigation and propulsion. They work to ensure that the ship’s engines, propulsion systems, and navigation equipment are functioning properly and efficiently.
HOTEL SERVICES ENGINEER
The Hotel Services Engineer on a cruise ship is responsible for managing the entire hotel technical department, which includes overseeing the maintenance and repair of all machineries, equipment, and systems outside the main engine room. This involves supervising the technical personnel who handle electrical, electronic, plumbing, and air conditioning systems on the ship, as well as ensuring proper chlorination of drinking water and maintaining the general water distribution in the ship’s swimming pools and Jacuzzis. The Hotel Services Engineer is also responsible for ensuring that all technical operations follow international regulations and the cruise line’s standards.
AIR CONDITIONING TECHNICIAN
As an air conditioning technician on a cruise ship, their primary responsibility is to ensure that the ship’s HVAC equipment/system, domestic refrigeration plant, ventilation, cooling, freezing, and provision equipment, and all air conditioning throughout the vessel are well-maintained and repaired in compliance with the cruise line’s standards and international regulations. The technician performs daily maintenance and repair of the engine room and galley ventilation systems, multi-flow beverage machines, mini-bar units, and ice-making machines as directed by the Chief Refrigeration Engineer. They inspect the cleanliness and safety of galley, laundry, and launderette exhaust ducts and ensure that all necessary cleaning routines are executed properly.
As a fireman on a cruise ship, their main responsibility is to ensure the safety of passengers and crew by preventing, detecting, and responding to fire emergencies. They are responsible for the maintenance and operation of firefighting equipment and systems, including fire pumps, hoses, and extinguishers. They also assist in conducting regular safety drills and training, as well as perform routine inspections of the ship’s fire prevention systems. In the event of a fire emergency, they respond quickly to control and extinguish the fire while ensuring the safety of everyone on board. Additionally, they assist in other emergency situations as directed by the ship’s command team.
The Assistant Electrician on a cruise ship is responsible for assisting the Chief Electrical Engineer in maintaining and repairing the electrical systems on board. They work alongside other electrical engineers and electricians to ensure that each person’s specific duties are met. The Assistant Electrician is responsible for maintaining various electrical systems and equipment, including those found in the engine room, emergency and auxiliary generators, switchboards, stabilizers, lifeboats, and fire alarm systems. They also maintain other systems such as mooring and anchor winches, CO2 systems, public address and clock systems, laundry equipment, and swimming pool and jacuzzi systems. The Assistant Electrician ensures that all equipment is properly maintained and repaired to ensure the safety and comfort of the ship’s guests and crew.
- LICENSES/ CERTIFICATE OF TRAINING
- STCW’ 78 COURSES
- OTHER COURSES REQUIRED (TYPE OF VESSEL)
- SEVERAL YEARS EXPERIENCE