BsC. – José Luis Marcano Rodríguez
Venezuelan Master Mariner Class 1
Born in Margarita’s Island in July 07th, 1964
I. D: V-9300294 Phone: 58-414-*******
Actual Address: Calle Sucre No. 73. Sector Santa Elena. San Francisco de Asis. Estado Aragua. Venezuela. Zip: 2125
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•Master Mariner Class 1 (Unlimited). Post Graduate School – Caribbean Maritime University- Los Palos Grandes – Caracas. 2nd. Place of 30 attendances.2001. Honours.
•Post Graduated College of the Venezuela Merchant Marine, from Sept. 1992 to July 1993. Degree: Chief Mate License. 2nd. Place of 32 attendances. Honours.
•Venezuelan Oil Industry Training Program for Professional Strategic Reserve.(REP Program) Corpoven S.A. (PDVSA`s filial); from Sept. 1989 to June 1991. Different courses & On Job Training (Two year program).
•Minister of Transportation & Communication of Venezuela. 1988. Degree: Second Mate License.
•Venezuela Nautical Academy; from Sept. 1983 to July 1987. Degrees: Bachelor in Nautical Sciences & Third Mate License. 2nd. Place of 172 attendances. Honours
•Nautical & Fishing School LA SALLE . La Salle Foundation. Campus of Margarita s Island; from Sept. 1977 to July 1983. Title: Medium Technical in Fishing Technologies (Fishing Industry). 1rst. Place of 80 attendances. Honours.
Marine & Logistic Superintendent: Repsol Guyana. To Support Jaguar 1 Exploration Well in Georgetown Block, Guyana. From November 2010 to October (2011). (Contracted). Reference: Eng. Tomas Piera/Drilling Manager: email@example.com.
Logistic Base Manager: Cardon IV – Perla 1 & 2 Project (50% ENI/50% REPSOL) - to support Gulf of Venezuela Offshore Gas Exploration. From January 2009 to October 2010. (Contracted). Reference:Eng. Luis Aular/Contract Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
Maracaibo Channel Accredited Pilot: Instituto Nacional de los Espacios Acuáticos - INEA – Venezuelan Maritime Administration. From Nov 2004 to January 2009. (Contracted). Reference: Cap./N Edgar Gonzalez Arrieta/ email@example.com.
Head of Marine Operations and Logistic (A). Shell Venezuela S.A. (Offshore Exploration and Production). Maracaibo – Venezuela. December 2003 to January 2004 (voluntary Resignation;
Marine Operation Co-ordinator/Marine Advisor. Shell Venezuela S.A. (Offshore Exploration and Production). Maracaibo – Venezuela. From March 2001 to January 2004. Ref. Eng. Beatriz Tosta/Head of Environment – mobile (Houston) 713-***-****, firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com;
Maritime Safety Professor at Post Graduate School – Caribbean Maritime University- Los Palos Grandes - Caracas. January 2001 to June 2001. (Contracted). Reference: Capt/A Manuel P. Alvarez: firstname.lastname@example.org
Operations Supervisor/Mooring Master at “Boca Grande” Iron Ore Transfer Station (One of the biggest Offshore Transfer Station around the world). Transferven. Venezuela from February 2000 to October 2000. Tlf.- 005*-**-******/005*-**-******. Delta del Orinoco. (Contract)
Operations Assistance at “Boca Grande” Iron Ore Transfer Station. From October to February 2000. Delta del Orinoco. (Contract)
Chief Mate on board PDV MARINA Tankers: M/T MURACHI, M/T CARIPE (Today Patroklos), M/T SINAMAICA, M/T MORUY (Clean Products) & M/T AMBROSIO; from 1995 to 1998.Tlf.- 005*-**-******/005*-**-******/005*-**-******.
Second Mate on board PDV MARINA Tankers: M/T MURACHI, M/T CARIPE, M/T SINAMAICA, & M/T MORUY; from 1994 to 1995.
Tankers Claim’s Analyst. Commercial Management Department. PDV MARINA; from July 1993 to March 1994. Caracas.
Tankers Operation Department Assistance. Corpoven Marine Management; from June 1991 to July 1992. Puerto La Cruz.
Second Mate in Training on board M/T Reliance (TRANSPETROL: Philippines & Indians crew); from July 1990 to Dec. 1990. This training was part of the Venezuelan Oil Companies Training Program for Professional Reserve. (SRP Program). Corpoven S.A.. PDVSA Filial's.
Fleet Scheduler. Lakemax fleet and GLP fleet. On job Training. Sept. 1989 to January 1990. Corpoven S.A.. PDVSA Filial's.Caracas.
Junior Officer & Second Mate on board general cargo ships (all purpose ships). C.A. Venezuelan Line; from August 1987 to Sept. 1989. M/N VENEZUELA, M/N APURE, M/N MONAGAS.
Professional Training on board general cargo ships. M/N ARAGUA & M/N ZULIA. C.A. Venezuelan Line; from January 1986 to July 1986.
Professional Training on board Oil Tanker M/T MORUY; from August 1985 to January 1986.
Training on board fishing vessels from January 1983 to August 1983.
COURSES, TRAINIG PROGRAMES, ETC.
ALL INTERNATIONAL MARITIME CERTIFICATIONS Updated, Accordingly to STCW Convention.
Personal Management, Corrosion Prevention in the Industry, Industrial Projects/Formulation & Evaluation, Reports Presentation, Specifications for writing Communication, Quality Certifications Program for Venezuelan Standardisation-ISO 9000 series (FONDONORMA, Basic Negotiating Skills – Graham K. Smith Associates, Oil Spill Response Training Course (Clean Caribbean Cooperative-Ft, Lauderdale), Contract Management- PMMS Consulting Group, SIRE Inspector Training Course – OCIMF/Lloyd Register-Glasgow, H2S Risk and Control, Oil Spill Training Course (Shell Venezuela S.A. 2001, 2002 & 2003); Internal Auditor for ISM-Code (ABS-Consulting); Incidents Investigations and Tripod B; Minimization of Non Hazardous and Hazardous Waste Generations (Shell Group); Maritime Transport Seminar (Universidad Maritima del Caribe – Post graduate School); Port Facilities Security Officer (ISPS - Universidad Maritima del Caribe). Leader Auditor ISO 14001 (Bureau Veritas QT). HUET (April 2009). Fundamental of FPSO, (Lloyd Maritime Academy - August 2010), Rig PASS (March 2011), Fundamentals of Exploration & Production Logistic (LMA–IBC 2011), Fundamentals of Marine Drilling (LMA-IBC 2011), Stability and Ballast Control Operator for MODU (Randy Smith - Intertek Houston – Dec 2011), OIM Licensing (Randy Smith - Intertek Houston – Jan 2012), DP Basic Training Course (Converteam Houston Feb-2012).
ON-LINE TRAINING : “ongoing”
• Business Logistics Management – Superior Studies (Bureau Veritas QA)
• Comprehensive Trade Logistics – Logistics 3PL Caracas
• Marketing and Business Management – (Business School) - Centro Comunitario Superior de Negocios, Post-Universitario y Executive de España.
Mother Language: Spanish
Foreign Languages: English (Good), Portuguese (Basic)
Availability: 1 Week after notification. No problems to move or to be relocated to anyplace internationally. Preference: Jobs with Rotation Systems 28 by 28.(days).
Strengths and skills: Maritime Expertise, ISM-Code and Safety Systems Audits, Transparency, Integrity, Loyalty, Honesty, Communication, Negotiation Skills, Contract Management, uprightness and responsibility, Mooring Master, Rig Mover, Pilot, Logistic Specialist, Offshore Logistic Knowledge and Controls, accredited by STASCO as CoBRA Inspector, IMCA inspections, DP, continuous professional updating.
Expected Salary Level: from 130,000.00 to 200,000.00/yearly. Plus bonus if applicable.
Unlimited Master with Crude Oil Endorsement. Venezuelan Administration. Issue 2004
Shell CoBRA Inspector. Shell Trading International. Issue 2003.
ISM-Code Internal Auditor. American Bureau of Shipping. Issue 2003.
Port Facilities Safety Officer under ISPS. Venezuelan Administration. Issue 2004.
Leader Auditor ISO 14001. Bureau Veritas Quality Training. Course
Accredited Marine Pilot. Venezuelan Administration -INEA Issue 2005
Stability and Control Ballast Operator for MODUS – Intertek-Randy Smith Houston Issue 2011
Oil Installation Manager Licensing (OIM) – Intertek-Randy Smith Houston Issue 2012
NOTE: All Courses Certificates and Accreditations are available as per Request.
Main Responsibilities in the last Five (5) years:
• Drilling Material Reception, control and distribution; including vessels loading/unloading (back load);
• Shore Base administration and Shore base Personnel Control and Administration; between some others responsibilities required by company.
• The planning of and placing of drilling rigs and vessel mooring equipments,
• The planning and direction of drilling rigmoves, performing the function of Tow Master controlling the operation of four tugboats in the unmooring, towage and mooring of cantilever drilling rigs,
• The planning and supervision of stimulation barges and self elevating jack-up barge move and mooring operations;
• The supervision of barge operations in bulk oil and waste products;
• The supervision of the transport of packaged and bulk chemicals, pressurized gases, combustible oils and other products,
• Inspections and audits of all classes of vessels ranging from crude oil and product tankers to Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessels, petroleum and other cargo barges, passenger vessels and drilling rigs;
• Training and supervision of marine personnel engaged in the above activities.
• Monitor the weather conditions and rig motions – advise OIM on conditions likely to affect drilling operations and seaworthiness of the rig
• Ensure that accurate calculation of load distribution and weights for daily stability reports are maintained on board vessels.
• Coordinate all helicopter and supply boats traffic - supervise movement of materials and personnel to and from the rig.
• Ensure all navigation equipment is properly maintained and ready for use at all times
• Monitor quantities of expendables such as fuel, potable water, drill water, et cetera.
• Ensure that cranes are in safe working condition. Actively participate in the daily operations meeting with the Drilling Manager, OIM and other rig department heads.
• Ensure all lifting gears are inspected and certified, correctly color coded, maintained, and stowed properly
• Ensure that all Flag State, Classification Society, statutory regulation, and minimum manning requirements are complied with.
• Assist in the effective management of the Preventive Maintenance System and ensure all records are properly maintained.
• Play an active part in the weekly meetings, Quality Improvement Plan program, and all other Company safety management systems.
• Maintain discipline on shore base and ensure compliance with Company and regulatory disciplinary procedures.
• Ensure all marine department personnel receive annual performance appraisal. Recommend promotion or disciplinary action up to and including discharge.
• Between many others.