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Marine Chief Engineer

Location:
Lafayette, LA
Posted:
June 20, 2020

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Anthony John Broussard

*** ***** ****

Sunset, LA 70584

Phone: 337-***-****

E-mail: addxws@r.postjobfree.com

http://linkedin.com/in/aj-broussard-88b38295

Personal Objective

To secure a challenging and responsible position in which I can utilize my leadership, management skills and experience to make a significant contribution to the success of my employer.

Employment Experience

June 2003 Hornbeck Offshore Services – Covington, LA To

May 2020

Job Title: Chief Engineer

U.S.C.G. License Document# USA000521422 - Ref# 440065 Obtained July 08, 2019 - Expires July 08, 2024

STCW Medical expires 18 Feb 2022

STCW Rating:

Chief Engineer- Not valid on steam or gas turbine propelled vessels Second Engineering Officer- Not valid on steam or gas turbine propelled vessels OICEW- Not Valid on steam or gas turbine propelled vessels RFPEW, Able Seafarer- Engine, Proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats other than fast rescue boats (PSC), Medical First-Aid Provider, Advanced Firefighting, Basic Training, Vessel personnel with Designated Security Duties, Security Awareness

National Only Rating:

Chief Engineer of Motor Propelled Vessels

Chief Engineer (OSV) of Motor Propelled Vessels

Qualified Member of the Engine Department (QMED) Any Rating Any Unlicensed Engine Rating, Ordinary Seaman, Stewards Dept (FH), Lifeboatman

Tankerman-PIC (DL) (Certificate of Continuity) Valid for service on Tank ships carrying dangerous liquid oil or chemical cargoes

Job Description: Preventive Maintenance, Machinery Operation, Repairs, and Tankerman duties onboard 240 ft. to 260 ft. Conventional OSV’s and 290 ft to 370 ft Diesel Electric OSV & MPSV. Training of Assistant Engineers and QMED’s on proper preventive maintenance and repair procedures on all systems. All administrative duties related to vessel officer responsibilities. Preparation of vessels for USCG & ABS Regulatory Inspections. USCG Qualified Assessor (A-III/2) for CE and First Engineers 4000HP or more

June 1994 Seabulk Offshore, Limited - Lafayette, LA To

June 2003

Job Title: Chief Engineer – July 2001 to June 2003 U.S.C.G. License # 853347 Obtained June 26, 1998, Chief Engineer (Limited Oceans) of motor vessels of not more than 5000 hp -1600 tons; Job Description: Preventive Maintenance, Machinery Operation, Repairs, and Tankerman duties onboard Oilfield Supply Vessels. Made preparation of vessels for USCG & ABS Regulatory Inspections. Working in the office on part time basis with special projects.

Other positions held while at Seabulk Offshore, Limited Assistant Operations Manager – September 1995 to July 2001 Description: Responsible for all operational aspects for 26 OSV, AHTS, and Geophysical vessels working in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, Mexico, and Brazil. Responsible for crew work rotations and arranging transportation by land and air for 200+ employees and interacting with HR department for all personnel needs and training. Involved in regulatory inspections for all vessels. Acted as company liaison for front line customer relations with customers in the U. S., Mexico, and Brazil. Involved in outfitting and meeting all regulatory requirements for vessels making foreign voyages. Responsible for reviewing and approving all vessel supply orders, Involved in the development of Vessel Management Program and ABS Preventive Maintenance Program. Proficient with MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook Port Engineer - June 1994 to September 1995

Description: Maintain vessels overall mechanical and structural condition which includes supervision of major engine overhauls, regulatory inspections, scheduled dry dock repairs, and emergency repairs. Also involved with the implementation of the company wide lubrication oil analysis and preventive maintenance program. Compiled reports on dry dock repairs for future engineering department reference. Also procured vessel parts and supplies for foreign voyages. March 1993 E.N. Bisso & Sons, Inc. - New Orleans, LA To

June 1994

Job Title: Chief Engineer

U.S.C.G. License # 708140 obtained on March 19, 1993 Chief Engineer Limited

(Near Coastal) Motor vessels not more than 4000 hp, 1600 tons; Job Description: Preventive maintenance, Machinery Operation, and repairs onboard 110ft Offshore/Harbor tugboats which included the upkeep all vessel systems, transferring and receiving Fuel oil, Lubricating Oil, Water; Minor repairs of electrical systems, hydraulic systems, HVAC Systems. September 1991 Seabulk Offshore, Limited - Lafayette, LA To

March 1993

Job Title: Chief Engineer

Job Description: Preventive Maintenance, Machinery Operation, Repairs, and Tankerman duties onboard 180 ft. to 240ft. Oilfield Supply Vessels. February 1986 Argosy Offshore, Limited - Lafayette, LA To

September 1991

Job Title: Designated Duty Engineer

U.S.C.G. License # 645971 obtained on July 20, 1989- Designated Duty Engineer 4000 hp; 500 tons

Job Description: Preventive Maintenance, Machinery Operation, Repairs, and Tankerman duties onboard 180 ft. Oilfield Supply Vessels. Other positions held while employed with Argosy Offshore, Limited Oiler (OSV) 1/89 to 7/89

Able Bodied Seaman 5/87 to 1/89

Ordinary Seaman 6/86 to 5/87

Deckhand 2/86 to 6/86

Education and Training

Rayne High School

Rayne, LA

Graduated for General Studies in May 1985

Lafayette Regional Technical College

Lafayette, LA

Graduated for Diesel Mechanic in July 1992

Other training includes:

General Electric Power Conversion - DP Maintainer

General Electric Power Conversion - PECe MV3000 Converter Training Detroit Diesel Series 71 Engine Dealer Service Training Caterpillar Large Bore Master Mechanics Dealer Service Training Engine/Generator Controls & SCR Drives Certificate of Training NET (Title 29 CFR 1926.400.08) Electrical Safety Training Offshore Hydraulic (Non-Mechanical) Pedestal Crane Operator Training API RP 2D 7

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Edition Qualified Riggers Training

OMSA Safety Training Course

Hydrogen Sulfide Gas Safety Training

First Aid, CPR, AED Training

Pyrotechnical Institute Fire Suppression Training

USCG Streamlined Inspection Program Training

ISO 9000 Series/ ISM Code Training

University of Southwestern Louisiana / AMA Management Certification Penn Foster Career School – HVAC Technician

EPA Refrigerant Transition and Recovery Certification – Universal MPT Tankship Dangerous Liquid Person In Charge Training Permit Required Confined Space, Rescue Safety, LOTO Training Shipyard Competent Training

H2S Awareness Training

Water Survival/HUET Training

References available upon request.



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