Join our international team of 400 people from 50 different nationalities. We’re investing in young people and offer the opportunity to use and grow in your technical skills to keep a life-changing ministry operating. Being part of the on board community, you will receive personal input through daily team devotions and other ship events as well as the opportunity to experience the culture of the international crew and staff and the countries the ship.
Logos Hope is known as the world’s largest floating book fair and sails from port to port sharing knowledge, help and hope.
We are looking for qualified marine engineers to help keep the ship sailing. Come put your skills as an engineer to use on the Logos Hope!
STCW III/1 Marine Engineering
STCW V/3 Crisis Management and Human Behavior
– Work under the leadership of the 1st Engineer and taking full responsibility for maintenance work performed on assigned machinery.
– Perform on-call day and night duties as stipulated by the 1st Engineer in the Engineer’s Duty Roster.
– While performing such duties, they shall ensure that the Watchkeeping Motormen conduct their watches efficiently and are fully aware of their responsibilities and that any particular work given to them by the 1st Engineer is completed satisfactorily.
– They shall also answer any calls from the Watchkeepers for advice or assistance.
– Ensure that all records of maintenance, running hours and spares are entered into the computerized planned maintenance and stores system for the equipment under their care.
– Performing watchkeeping duties in the various machinery spaces as required by the Chief Engineer and to be responsible to him for the safe and efficient operation of all machinery and systems in his care.
– Ensure that the various Machinery Spaces logbooks are filled in correctly to the requirements of the Chief Engineer.
– As necessary, complete the various checks indicated on the sailing and arrival in port checklists.
– Carry out duties as assigned on the Emergency Station Bill.
– Participating in emergency drills, including Fire and Abandon Ship, and other ISM required training and drills.