Marine Electronics Shop Supervisor
Electronics Shop Supervisor
oversight, but little supervision of the Port Engineer, plans
budgets, schedules, and completes maintenance, repairs and improvement
projects for shipboard electronics, and all forms of ship to shore
communications, which includes many different computer applications. Supervises other Marine Electronic Technicians.
for planning budgets, scheduling & completing maintenance
repairs & improvements to shipboard electronics and all forms
of ship to shore communications.
management and supervision of other personnel in the Marine Electronics
the Marine Electronics shop Facility in good order and stocks
an adequate supply of repair parts and modern test equipment.
technical activities of shipboard Communication/Electronic Technicians
(CommET), whose day-to-day activities are directed by the ships’
technical diagnosis or troubleshooting assistance to ship at sea.
and orders materials for complex electronics installations and
completes such installations.
and directs the installation of hardware and /software for the
current with changes in U.S. (including FCC and USCG) and international
regulations affecting marine electronics.
information and written support for electronic equipment for inclusion
I WHOI proposals.
alternative solution for implementation of electronic upgrades
on the ships.
orders and maintains inventory of repair parts.
travel to U.S. and foreign ports to effect repair, maintenance
and/or installation of shipboard electronic systems.
shipboard navigation and control systems with scientific data
with other shipboard electronics groups, such as SSSG.
long-term care for all electronic equipment, including predictive
maintenance and end of cycle replacement.Performs budgeting and product comparison of replacement
the Port Engineer on all matters with regard to shipboard electronics
including, but not limited to:
upgrades to reflect state-of-the-art-equipment.
personnel (CommET) qualifications and performance.
such duties as may be deemed necessary
Desired Education/Experience for Hiring
education/training in electronics, electronic engineering or electrical
engineering is desirable.At least 10 years experience in progressively more responsible
marine electronics maintenance or service and 3 years as a supervisor
or manager of Marine electronic support activities are required.
General Radiotelephone License with Ship Radar Endorsement or
“ GMDSS operator/maintainer with radar endorsement”
Last updated: February 25, 2013