Port / Marine Supervisor/Manager, Master Mariner


Last Updated: 22nd November 2019 (over 2 years ago)

Address
United Arab Emirates

E-mail
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Phone Number
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Gender
Male

Age Range
45 to 54

Qualification Level
Degree

Languages
English, Russian

Summary

» A professional with over 30 years of marine experience. Currently working with AMEC Foster Wheeler
» Successfully completed Specialist-navigator in Nautical Studies (above BSc) from the Kiev State Academy of Water Transport
» Exposure to various marine operations such as ship management, port and ferry terminal management, marine coordination in offshore fields, etc.
» Proved worth in many projects with clients such as ZADCO, Exxon Neftegaz, MRTS, Gazcompleteservice, Chevron etc.
» Embraced with the basics of HSE Industry having developed applications such as Shipboard Management system
» Update with the changing trends in marine Industry
» A sense of urgency, commitment and focus on the right priorities to develop solutions in a timely fashion
» An effective communicator with technical, reasoning and analytical skills.

Education

Kiev State Academy of Water Transport
Specialist-navigator

   Sep 1996
— Jul 2001

BSc in Nautical studies

Petrozavodsk River School
Technician-navigator

   Sep 1986
— May 1990

Marine navigation course

Experience

Topaz Astrakhan LLC
Transshipment Base / Fleet Superintendent

   Apr 2019
— Current

» Act as a Company site representative in all aspects
» Ensure that all assigned vessels are operated in a safe, efficient and economical manner and in full compliance with Class and Statutory regulations, as well as Company and Client requirements
» Responsible for the overall management and performance of the employees and fleet, in accordance with the Company’s EVP
» Act as liaison between parties at TSB: client, consortium partners, others and the vessel crews
» Assure the vessels are fully ready for Ro-Ro operations upon arrival to TSB. Ensures all relevant documents are available on board
» Ensure the documents required from third parties (e.g. Load-in and Transport engineering documents) are received on time and understood by crew before
Ro-Ro operations
» Ensure that relevant spare parts are available in TSB warehouse
» Ensure the vessel readiness for load out operation – verifies vessel pre-operations checklists
» Develop and review relevant Company/consortium procedures (e.g. Ro-Ro procedures, Mooring procedures, Port limitation procedures)
» Foster a strong performance culture on board, working pro-actively to identify crew competence gaps and develop suitable training and development solutions
» Perform Management vessels visits and relevant audits before and during operations
» Liaise with Chevron MSRE and LOC, and attend the vessel inspection (OVID, C&S, intermediate)
» Decide on deployment of Technical Superintendent/Port engineer if repairs cannot be resolved locally
» Control the marine agent expenditures and invoices. Track records of agent activity

Fircroft Engineering
Marine Operations Specialist

   Aug 2018
— Dec 2018

» Act as the Chevron’s focal point for local assurance support for Logistics Marine Team within the Russian Inland Waterway System (RIWS)
» Supervise and coordinate the assurance activities of the RIWS Marine Specialist Team
» Liaise with and engage vessel operators, Marine Warranty Surveyors, local authorities as required and as directed by RIWS or Caspian Fleet Managers
» Participating in drawing up procedures for ship and terminal operations
» Conduct visits to Module Carrier Vessels (MCV) and Tugs and engage crews on Operational Excellence (OE)
» Ship’s inspections in Marine Safety, Reliability and Efficiency (MSRE) requirements, expectations and performance
» Participate as Company's representative in incident investigations
» Verify field based marine activities – provide assurance oversight to ensure that Contractors are following industry standards, laws, regulations
» Validate vessel performance and provide feedback to the Fleet Managers on areas of opportunity for performance improvements (reliability and efficiency)
» Proactively collect information and provide reports, analysis and lessons learnt reference past season activity for our vessels and other operations within the system
» Actively engage with RIWS MCV and Tug and Barge Operators to assure operational and technical performance including items such as crew training and competency assessment activities
» Liaise with and engage vessel Operator for vessels winter season lay-up preparation, maintenance and spring season readiness activity
» Actively engage with vessel RIWS Operators reference vessels operational condition
» Participate in Quality Audit of the subcontractor

Fircroft Engineering
Marine Operations Specialist

   Aug 2018
— Dec 2018

» Act as the Chevron’s focal point for local assurance support for Logistics Marine Team within the Russian Inland Waterway System (RIWS)
» Supervise and coordinate the assurance activities of the RIWS Marine Specialist Team
» Liaise with and engage vessel operators, Marine Warranty Surveyors, local authorities as required and as directed by RIWS or Caspian Fleet Managers
» Participating in drawing up procedures for ship and terminal operations
» Conduct visits to Module Carrier Vessels (MCV) and Tugs and engage crews on Operational Excellence (OE)
» Ship’s inspections in Marine Safety, Reliability and Efficiency (MSRE) requirements, expectations and performance
» Participate as Company's representative in incident investigations
» Verify field based marine activities – provide assurance oversight to ensure that Contractors are following industry standards, laws, regulations
» Validate vessel performance and provide feedback to the Fleet Managers on areas of opportunity for performance improvements (reliability and efficiency)
» Proactively collect information and provide reports, analysis and lessons learnt reference past season activity for our vessels and other operations within the system
» Actively engage with RIWS MCV and Tug and Barge Operators to assure operational and technical performance including items such as crew training and competency assessment activities
» Liaise with and engage vessel Operator for vessels winter season lay-up preparation, maintenance and spring season readiness activity
» Actively engage with vessel RIWS Operators reference vessels operational condition
» Participate in Quality Audit of the subcontractor

Haward Technology Middle East
Course instructor

   Jul 2016
— Current

Courses delivered:
» Optimizing Oil & Gas Marine Terminals: Operations, Management, Maintenance & Safety
» Chemical Tanker Cargo Operations
Participants: Operation Superintendents, Harbour Masters, Pilots, Marine / Port / Pilot Services / Fuel Division managers, Shift managers.

AMEC Foster Wheeler
Port Supervisor

   Jan 2013
— May 2017

» Supervise and closely control all navigation and shipping movements in and around UZ Artificial Island at its service harbor. Maintain close watch by VHF radio, and allocate berths to vessels. May order closure of harbor in adverse weather condition and refuse to allow certain vessels to berth at jetty due to tides & Under Keel Clearance, weather conditions and draught of vessel.
» Maintain daily logbook on all vessels entering, berthing and leaving the service harbour, as well as vessels sheltering in lee area, sign daily and submit to Projects Logistics Team Leader. Submit a summary of traffic.
» Dispatch shipping notices, as well as standing instructions and port operational manual or any update thereof to vessels and craft in the service harbour on a regular basis. Ensure that service harbour regulations and safety rules are strictly complied with.
» Check navigational aids in the harbour, light buoys, and navigational lights on weekly basis to ensure proper functioning, receive reports by marine units of any related deficiencies and verify the case prior reporting defects to Logistics team leader for necessary action.
» Take meteorological data, such as temperature, pressure, wind direction and velocity, waves and humidity three times per day, and transmit information to Abu Dhabi weather synopsis compilation / National Centre of Weather & Seismology.
» Conduct other similar or related duties, such as updating navigational charts in accordance with Admiralty Notices to Mariner / Hydrographic note – Middle East Navigational Aids Society (MENAS) notices via the proper channels – Project Logistics TL.

Reserve project
Project manager

   Jun 2012
— Aug 2012

» All operational details of the vessels including cruise preparation in details: itinerary, booking of berths, feed- back link to the Owners
» Coordination between Company's departments: technical, travel, service and financial.
» General planning of vessels schedule (season duration, cruises, temporary repairs, refit periods)
» Crew composition, contract; bonuses or penalty to crew members and related matters.

Van Oord Offshore
Marine Coordinator

   Aug 2010
— Oct 2011

» Monitoring and coordination all vessel movements and related operations on site
» Ensure that persons going offshore to vessels are adequately instructed, inducted and fit for duty for their assigned task before going offshore
» Promote Van Oord Offshore / Exxon Neftegaz Ltd. project safety and environmental values
» Coordination of Project related Vessel activities
» Monitoring of Non Project related Vessel Traffic in the Strait
» Monitoring Sea and Weather conditions in the field and relaying weather reports to vessels
» ERT Vessel coordination: during Emergency situation, Typhoon, etc.

JR Shipping
Master

   Nov 2008
— May 2011

» Vessels: Somers-Isles (DWT 4665 mt), Echo (DWT 12130 mt, 2 x 40mt McGregor cranes), Evidence (DWT 13109 mt) and Bermuda Islander (DWT 3700 mt)

Carisbrooke Shipping
Captain

   Feb 2008
— May 2008

Claudia C (DWT 5052 mt)

Unicorn Petrol ve Kimya
Operations director

   Nov 2007
— Dec 2007

» Head of the Shipping Department
» Crewing and Recruitment of shore personnel
» Pre-purchase surveys

Q-Shipping
Captain, course instructor

   Aug 2004
— May 2007

» Q Management System Course Instructor, St.Petersburg, Russia
» Captain of Dutch container ship Tradepoort (DWT 3335 mt, 2x40mt Liebherr cranes) and Gibraltar ice class A1 general cargo ship Brilliante DWT 5557mt)

RAH Management & Miedema Shipping
Chief officer

   Sep 2001
— Sep 2003

Vessels: Polar Sky, Polar Sun, Hansa Parijs, Simwer

Square Ltd., Aquarian Shell Marine, Empros Shipmanagement, Petrobulk Maritime,
Chief officer, 2nd officer, 3rd officer

   Jul 1994
— Feb 2001

» Chief officer of m/v Grigoroussa, Amsterdam, Minerva P
» Second officer of CGM Mana II, Polymnia
» Third officer of CGM Mana II

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