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Chief Engineer-Australia

Job description

WRS are looking for an Chief Engineer to travel to Australia  ASAP to join a Survey vessel for 2 months.

The vessel is preparing for a 2-year project in Philippines. The work scope will be ROV and Surrey subsea operations.

Due to Visa restrictions and tight timeframes need a candidate from one of the following countries - Austria, Belgium, Brunei, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Portugal, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Netherlands, UK or USA.

The contract duration will be 6-8 weeks of back-to-back rotations with another Chief Engineer, with the possibility of an extension at our discretion.

On Target Earnings Pay Rates (OTE)
Your OTE Pay is €370.70 per day on a consolidated basis paid Gross (free of tax deductions),  This OTE pay is made up of the following:
1. Consolidated Rate of Pay
€300.00 per day and always becomes applicable when the ship is preparing for or on a charter contract, and during mobilisation and de-mobilization voyages when we are receiving mobilisation or de-mobilisation fees.
2. Preparation Bonus
The rate of €70.70 per day is applicable during the ship's preparation for the charter and remains payable until the Sea Time Pay rate becomes payable. Paid one month in arrears.
3. Sea Time Pay
€70.70 per day calculated on a 24-hour pro rata for part days while at sea or anchorage. Paid one month in arrears.


NOTE - ‘Off Hire’ Pay
In the event that the ship is to be laid up or taken off-hire due to a breakdown, your pay will be reduced to €240.00 per day. This is only applicable when the ship is off-hire. Please note that Vessel mobilisation, reactivation and transit voyages to/from charter contracts are treated as ‘On-Hire Time’ and you will be paid at the full rate. The ‘Off Hire’ rate is only applied in the event the ship is not ‘On-Hire’ and not on a fee-paying Mobilization or De-mobilization voyage. This is calculated automatically and applied according to the vessel's daily reports.