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Vacancy : Dry Dock Interiors Technical Manager
Company Location : London
An amazing opportunity to join Magical Cruise Company Limited, based in the Head Office, Hammersmith, London.
This is a specialist technical operations role contributing to delivering unforgettable guest experiences and is part of the Management Team Responsible for planning and executing dry docks for ships in the company’s fleet.
The key responsibility of the Dry Dock Interiors Technical Manager is to manage the approved dry dock scope of work for the fleet’s technical interiors work undertaken during dry docking periods.
Candidates must have the right to work in the United Kingdom.
Plan and execute Interior Dry Dock work.
Responsible for writing the full, detailed scope of work on designated approved scope of work for technical interiors work to be undertaken during the dry dock. Provide detailed specifications on the technical aspects of the interior work to be undertaken to sub-contracting companies for contract bidding quotations
Provide appropriate documentation, including technical specification for approved scope delivery
Produce Technical product specifications as required, consult with external bodies for compliance and best practice
Provide full breakdown and evaluation of vendor bids quotations to Managing Director London Office and internal senior leadership
Conduct research into new ideas, products and upcoming regulatory changes to ensure all interior work are future proof.
Liaise with Operational team, specifically Manager Facilities Operations and Manager Technical Operations, for Dry Dock interior work planning
Partner with Shipyard, WDI, Contracted Vendors, and external Regulatory bodies as required (LR- RO- WDI-WDW) for approved scope delivery.
Manage additional consulting team members engaged for specific tasks/areas
Responsible for effective communication to shipboard leadership on designated Dry Dock interior work to be undertaken during the vessels dry-docking period
Liaise with ships leadership for feedback on project delivery and ongoing support requirements
Liaise with Shipboard Senior Management for technical support including:
Additional labour, approved scope coordination, and warranty support as required
Provide Purchasing and Logistics with all necessary information on owner supply equipment and materials for designated approved scope of work
Negotiate most advantageous choice of Vendor for contract selection with Quality and Cost prime considerations
Manage labour and material finances to ensure technical interior dry dock work meet budget requirements
Ensure that individual designated approved scope of work is completed on time and with budget
Lead dry dock consultants on scope of work under area of responsibility
Oversee and Quality assure product delivery and provide consultant and vendor performance feedback/data as required.
Oversee and ensure all Technical Safety implications are considered.
Ensure Vendor Safety / Technical Interior standard is compatible with Disney quality assurance.
Oversee Vendors work through the whole of the process
Provide monthly and, ad hoc as requested, reports on designated dry dock and project work
Provide Quality Assurance with designated approved scope of work through the design, installation and completion process
Provide project coordinator with all necessary information on sub-contractor personnel for dry dock
Accompany sub-contractors onboard whilst undertaking work. Liaise with shipboard leadership on all aspects of safety and work to be undertaken. Oversee work undertaken and ensure it is within the contracted design scope of work. Ensure full quality assurance of work undertaken.
Ensure that sub-contractors provide all material safety certification, as fitted drawings and manufacturers manuals where appropriate
Experience & Professional Qualifications required
5+ years sea-going technical experience
Previous Dry Dock experience required with emphasis on Hotel Engineering
5+ years Project management experience
Office Technical Operations and Ship Management experience
Previous financial experience/responsibility in +$1m dry dockings/projects
Relevant tertiary mechanical engineering or related degree or higher national diploma; Engineering Officer Certificate of Competence; or equivalent
Desired Skills/ Qualifications
Business Knowledge –
Cruise Sector experience would be beneficial
Professional qualifications in relevant marine technology
Professional training in marine Regulations
Relationship Building – Candidates, Customers, Vendors – Established marine network.
Global Collaboration – Flexibility to work with ships in different locations and between US and UK Offices
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