Title:  Assistant Manager - Mechanical & Propulsion (Marine Ops)

Job ID:  2567

Marine - 60 Tuas Road, SG




  • Take charge of the Mechanical Department and oversee operational and technical work and processes to ensure smooth execution and timely completion of projects.
  • Responsible for mechanical work in regards to repairs and conversions of commercial vessels
  • Ensure production processes are carried out effectively and productively to meet specifications and quality expectations of customers
  • Deploy and assign projects to his supervisors
  • Ensure all Mechanical jobs are completed and meeting undocking schedule
  • Evaluate and assess staff work performance under his charge as per required
  • Assess on-board or in-workshop work progress, verify against reported work progress
  • Planning of department manpower projections
  • Identify training needs for his subordinates
  • Manage departmental staff upgrading training and knowledge in ship repairing
  • Manage departmental improvement processes to improve quality of work
  • Monitor and review departmental RA, SOC and hazard reporting program
  • Implement divisional and departmental safety work plan
  • Perform safety audits on departmental safety practices and employees
  • Check and monitor of sub-contractor working hour






  • Degree/Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
  • Preferably 4 to 8 years of working experiences in shipyard or marine industry
  • Good knowlege and experience in following: Propulsion, Shaft Alignment, Thrusters, CPP
  • Experience in managing workers, customers and work schedule
  • Good knowledge and exposure of ship repair/conversion projects
  • Able to handle customers, both internal and external
  • Resourceful and able to adapt to changes on short notice
  • Ability to continuously review current jobs and inject new ideas to improve work methods.
  • Able to work under pressure.
  • Possess leadership quality with managerial skills
  • Able to work on-board vessels and at height


Other Information: 


  • Location: Tuas Road (Island-wide transport provided)
  • 5 days work week
  • Working Hours: 7.25am to 5.00pm