17 Aug 2017

Deck Department

Prisai Biru Maritim – Deck Officers

Job Description

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PT. Prisai Biru Maritim was established 2005 as small company which handled and managed crew to be deployed in various ships in a local and region market in south east asia.
As the time goes, PT.Prisai Biru Maritim grows continuously to prepare to global market demands.

In the year of 2015, PT. Prisai Biru Maritim has been joining with PT. Jasa Internasional Maritim (PT. JIM), as the affiliation
The renown of PT. JIM has echoed nationwide and around the world, especially in offshore oil and gas industry. This because the high standard and quality of seafarers which have been deployed to the PT. JIM’s partner.

PT. Prisai Biru Maritim has the best support from office staff and also from the Indonesian Goverment by the regulation approval such as legal certificates.
Our company has been awarded the ISO 9001-2008 certification audited by Llyoid Register Quality Assurance, which is automatically based on MLC 2006.

DECK DEPARTMENT

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Captain/ Master
The Captain oversees the entire operations of the ship. He/she supervises the work of other officers and crew on board. Extensive experience including minimum 5 to 8 years in subordinate positions onboard ships along with all formal maritime qualifications such as a Captains License is required for this position. Fluency in English language is a must.
Chief Officer
Working as the head of the deck department, he/she is second in charge of the ship after the Captain. The chief officer supervises the deck crew and ensures that personnel are working in coordination. He/she is also responsible for the safety of the ship and the crew. Extensive experience with a minimum 5 to 8 years of experience in subordinate positions onboard ships along with a maritime qualification is required for this position. Fluency in English language is a must.  This position has a possibility for promotion to the Captain.
Second Officer
The Second Officer is responsible for the navigation of the ship working from the bridge. He/she is also responsible for maintaining navigational equipment on the bridge.  A formal maritime qualification along with a minimum 3 to 5 years of experience in subordinate positions onboard ships is required for this position. Fluency in English language is a must.
Third Officer
The Third Officer of an offshore ship is responsible for the safety of the ship and the crew. He/she undertakes the responsibilities for maintenance of lifeboats and fire-fighting and signal equipment.  A formal maritime qualification along with a minimum 2 to 3 of years of experience in subordinate positions on board ships is required. Fluency in English language is a must.
Boatswain
Directly reporting to First Officer, he/she acts as a foreman of the unlicensed deck crew. A senior Able Seaman is usually considered for this position. Reasonable English skill is desired for this position.
Able Seaman
Able Seaman works as a watchstander or a day worker, depending on the requirement on the ship. When the ship is not moving, he may be asked to perform security related watches. A Merchant Mariner's Document (MMD) is a must for this position. Reasonable English skill is desired.
Ordinary Seaman
Ordinary Seaman or OS is an entry-level position in the deck department. An OS performs various general duties within the deck department. His duties include taking care of general needs of the crew and guarding the ship while in port. This position has a possibility for promotion to Able Seaman.
Cadet / Apprentice Officer
Apprentice officer provides assistance in various duties on offshore ship, such as maintenance and minor repair duties. This level is necessary for further career development in deck department.

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Deck Department


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