We offer exciting opportunities to work with seasoned professionals in an environment where you can improve your skills, gain knowledge and acquire valuable work experience in a variety of disciplines.

We want our employees to feel empowered to do their best by providing them with the best opportunities to
shine in the shipping industry.

List of Vacancies



  • Provide adequate and properly qualified crew to man the fleet of vessels owned and operated by the Company in compliance with statutory rules and regulations and requirements of the Flag State, Charterers and industry bodies.
  • Understand and comply with the Company’s Safety Management System (SMS) policies and procedures on all activities relating to crewing matters.
  • Schedule crew rotation and whenever necessary, conduct recruitment exercise either directly or through Manning Agent to ensure the Fleet is adequately manned at all times. Ensure that the manning of the Officers’ ranks comply with the Crew Matrix requirement at all times.
  • Arrange, coordinate and process pre-joining ship requirement such as medical, visa, certificate screening, traveling, accommodation, etc. for the joining crew.
  • Arrange and coordinate pre-joining ship program on training and briefing prior joining ship at the Head Office.
  • Provide necessary working gears to the crew arrange medical treatment and attend to any other needs with respect to crew welfare.
  • Inform and coordinate with P&I Club on any crew injury or sickness and make necessary claim to recover medical expenses and other related claims.
  • Ensure evaluation of crew performance is conducted as per Company’s policies and follow up on any recommendation for promotion or disciplinary action as well as reward on Gratuity Bonus (for senior officers only).
  • Attend to routine communication with Master and Port Agents with respect to crew change, renewal of crew article, safe manning certificate and other matters related to crew matters on board.
  • Monitor Crew Budget.
  • Prepare regular monthly crew stock and forecast report, Monthly Crew Retention and Rotation Report.


  • Professional Certificate, Diploma, Advance/Higher/ diploma, Bachelor’s Degree or min COC Class 3 (WKO).
  • Minimum 3-5 years of working experience in the in the Marine industry/ Crewing Department.
  • Strong supervisory skills.
  • Problem solving skills.
  • Work well under pressure.
  • Team player and influencer.

Interested applicants are required to apply online or send in your resume to hr@orkimship.com



  • Provide support to Procurement Manager to deliver optimum value
  • Promote cost optimisation and customer service efficiencies
  • Perform daily operational purchasing needs such as planning, sourcing, issuing Purchase Order and following up the delivery schedules
  • Source for quotations from vendors based on requisitions submitted by other departments.
  • Negotiate delivery time, terms and conditions with the vendors
  • Issue Purchase Orders (P/O) and obtain necessary approval according to Approving Hierarchy
  • Communicate with vendors and ensure delivery of goods done in a timely manner
  • Verify and ensure documentations such as Requisition, Quotation, Approved P/O, Delivery Order and Invoice are complete prior handover to Finance Division for payment
  • Provide feedback on vendors quality standards, delivery time & pricing
  • To maintain a full record of all requisitions received from the vessels or prepared in the office, send out inquiries to various suppliers, compare costs after quotations are received and present to the Superintendents for approval. If required, follow up on advance payments, make necessary entries in the committed cost book, and thereafter liaise with suppliers, forwarders (if applicable), vessels agents and the vessel for speedy dispatch of the same.


  • Possess Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree in Business Studies / Engineering, or equivalent.
  • At least 3-5 years of working in the related field is required for this position.
  • Relevant experience in a similar role preferably in Marine Industry.
  • Good in communication and negotiation skills.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and priorities
  • Ability to converse, read and write in English languages
  • Able to work independently
  • Familiar with Bassnet System

Interested applicants are required to apply online or send in your resume to hr@orkimship.com



  1. As Newbuilding Superintendent responsible for  the planning, control and execution of structural, mechanical, and electrical aspect as well as overseeing a variety of ship newbuilding projects, in accordance with technical specifications and applicable rules and regulations.
  2. Reporting directly to the Project /Newbuilding Manager, you will be involved in design concepts, writing specifications, project build supervision and ensuring projects are completed on time and within the set budgets.
  3. In addition, you will continually promote improvements in safety and quality in accordance with the company’s policies and coordinate ship delivery logistics. Simultaneously ensure all relevant tests and inspections have been completed and prepare all delivery protocols documentations.
  4. Your day to day activities will be supervising and supporting Site Managers, liaising with designers, Classification societies, Shipyards, Owner and other key stakeholders to ensure the latest requirement and best practices are built into the vessels.
  • Coordinate activities with all departments involves with the new ships during the development of their design and construction.
  • Coordinate technical meetings with shipyard design personnel, ensure assistance of specialized consultants, technical staff and shipyard personnel.
  • Coordinate and attend shipyard design development meetings and construction progress meetings


Preferred Skills

  1. Experience in the design and construction of marine vessels, from concept through final construction.
  2. Experience in construction and repair of marine vessels, with on-site shipyard experience.
  3. Performs related work such as serving as, or assisting project manager for design, construction and commissioning of new marine vessels.
  4. Excellent communication and reporting skills in English are required

Minimum Qualification Requirements

  1. To excel in this position you should preferably have an Engineering degree, naval architecture degree or sailing experience and worked ashore for a period of three to five  years in similar positions.
  2. Candidates will also be considered who have worked in a senior position in a ship design office or classification society with responsibilities that included people management and budgets.
  3. Experience in the Far East would also be considered beneficial.

* Interested applicants are required to send in your resume to hr@orkimship.com before 31th August 2019.



Provide necessary support on Voyage Execution:

  • Advising and monitoring vessels’ tank cleaning operation. Ensure vessel perform their voyage without unnecessary delay.
  • Coordinating with master to ensure he prepare and submit Stow Plan, Load/Discharge Sequence, Piping diagram and valve setting checklist before vessel arrive load port, review the documents and grant approval upon satisfactory.
  • Ensure master well verse with CP term with regards to tendering NOR, issuing LOP, pumping clause, transit loss, preservation of cargo quality and quantity, port stay and utilizing cargo capacity.
  • Responsible in ensuring and monitoring vessel’s Safe Cargo Operation Responsible for the Fleet on matters relating to the Cargo safe stowage, loading and discharge with respect to the vessel’s Voyage Instruction from Charterers. Ensure monitoring cargo quality and quantity is preserved at all times.
  • Assist Manager Operation in ensuring all operations in compliance with Company’s policies – Safety Management System, Port Regulations, Charterer’s and Terminal’s Safety Requirements, ISPS Code on Security at sea and in port.

Manage port and cargo operation activities:

  • Ensure the Master executes the voyage safely and effectively as per Charterer’s voyage instructions. Use shortest and safest route with speed and bunker as per CP.
  • Ensure Master send daily reports timely.
  • Monitor and update relevant parties on vessel’s status in port.
  • Arrange and monitor de-slopping activities with minimum downtime.
  • Assist Operation Manager in investigating cargo related incident, liaising with P & I, surveyors and other related parties.
  • Update Operation Documents and Files timely.
  • Ensure the documentation pertaining to the performance of the voyage including loading and discharging operations are properly executed by the Master and promptly dispatch to the Office.
  • Ensure the vessel’s Q88 is updated regularly for commercial use.
  • Ensure all other relevant trading certificates are updated by respective department such as Class certificates by Technical Division.
  • To ensure the following certificates under the care of Operation Department’s custody are valid and renewed before the expiry date – DSL, CLC, BCC and Radio Station License.
  • Ensure Vessel Comply with Deck PMS, deck/cargo equipment routine maintenance to keep the vessel Clean and Safe as well as minimize 3rd party Observation.
  • Regular Visiting and Training to ensure vessel is complying to maintenance plan hence maintaining Ship Condition.
  • Continuously update vessel defected equipment and RSF timely to find a solution at earliest prior detected by 3rd party vetting inspectors.
  • Operation Superintendent is the Deputy Company Security Officer (DCSO). To assist in ensuring all vessels hold valid ISSC certificate at all times. He is also to assist in ensuring security internal audit conducted yearly and external Intermediate Verification Audit conducted within two and half yearly. Assist in ensuring SSP safely kept with SSO, SSAS tested every months, security drills/exercises carried out as per company drill table, onboard security equipment maintained in operational condition, security placards posted at correct place. Assist to ensure shipboard personnel maintain security standard in accordance to ISPS Code, update port contact list every time call to port and coordinate with PFSO of the terminal that fleet vessel is called if necessary. To send security alert or notice to master when vessel navigating or call to piracy prone area.


  • Master Mariner / Class 2 Certificate of Competency (foreign-going)
  • At least 3 years working experience ashore as Operations Superintendent for tankers.
  • Possess command experience on tanker or at least 2 years as Chief Officer on tanker.
  • Excellent communication in English and Bahasa Malaysia.
  • Strong supervisory skills and problem-solving
  • Willing to travel and be on board vessels
  • Able to work as a team and independently with minimal supervision
  • High integrity, good teamwork and professionalism.

Interested applicants are required to apply online (Jobstreet) or send in your resume to hr@orkimship.com before 31st August 2019.


1. Vessel Monitoring

  • Assist the Tech Supt to supervising day to day aspect of vessel’s operations & machinery performance with regards to technical matters and providing necessary technical support to the vessels
  • Assist the Tech Supt to advice and ensure and minimize/eliminate vessels downtime loss due to unnecessary stoppage during sea voyage upon Technical Superintendent approval.
  • Assist the Tech Supt to make shipboard visits for routine inspection and on other technical matters

2. Vessel Preventive Maintenance

  • Assist the Tech Supt in formulating and implementing Planned Maintenance System (PMS) of the hull and machinery and repairs of vessels under the management
  • Assist the Tech Supt to monitor fleet reliability and maintenance records and procedures, provide feedback for improvements

3. Spare & stores monitoring

  • Assist the Tech Supt in reviewing and advice procuring ship’s machinery spares and consumable stores within vessel’s budget on operating expenses
  • Assist the Tech Supt to monitor and maintain up-to-date inventory system of all spares in the fleet.

4. Vessel Trading Certification

  • Assist the Tech Supt to comply with the statutory regulations and requirements of IMO, Classification Society, Flag State, Port State and Marine industry association
  • Assist the Tech Supt to ensure the upkeep of vessel’s class status is at all times maintained.
  • Assist the Tech Supt to Coordinate & conduct any Class or statutory surveys within the validity period

5. Technical assistance / Shore repairer arrangement

  • Assist the Tech Supt to assist instructing, arranging, coordinating and monitoring works/repairs by shore repairer
  • Assist the Tech Supt to assist supervise contractors’ repair/maintenance of vessels
  • Assist the Tech Supt to assist sourcing for repair quotation & job confirmation for repairer

6. Dry docking repairs and survey

  • Assist the Tech Supt in preparing Dry-docking or Repair Specification, analyze price quotations, coordinate with repair yard, class, contractors and vessel for eventual implementation
  • Assist the Tech Supt to finalizing Dry Docking repair specification and manage every repair and dry-docking project with effective control on cost and schedule.
  • Assist the Tech Supt to perform evaluation for dry-docking, repair quotes and selection of shipyards for repair works, ship maintenance etc
  • Assist the Tech Supt to provide and compile documented reports upon completion of dry docking, including summaries of works performed, operational budgets, and actual expenditures
  • Assist the Tech Supt to attend the vessel at dry docking, repairs and survey & monitoring day to day repair progress.

7. Incident Investigation

  • Assist the Tech Supt in investigating shipboard incident and any marine incident involving the fleet and recommend preventive measures.
  • Assist the Tech Supt to analysis the root cause, preventive measure and prepare report on any marine incident related to hull and machinery (H&M) damage

8. Crew Evaluation

  • Assist the Tech Supt in monitoring and evaluating the performance of the shipboard engineers
  • Assist the Tech Supt in participating in the briefing and de-briefing of junior officers & engineers etc. before and after appointment, as per the SMS relevant procedure


  • Must have Certificate of Competency (WKE) Class 2 or Minimum Diploma in Marine Engineering. (Preferably Class 1)
  • At least 2 years working experience ashore as Superintendent or equivalent or;
  • Possess relevant sea-going work experience as Marine Engineer on board LPG Tankers
  • Strong technical & supervisory skills
  • Highly skilled in problem-solving
  • Willing to travel and be on board vessels
  • Able to demonstrate marine engineering and ship repair knowledge
  • Understanding of ISM, ISPS, Flag state authority and other statutory latest requirements
  • Able to work as a team and independently with minimal supervision
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

* Interested applicants are required to apply online (Jobstreet) or send in your resume to hr@orkimship.com before 31st August 2019.

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“Orkim is a great place to work. We are passionate and serious about what we do but we are not dogmatic and stuck in our ways. We are very receptive to fresh perspectives. New ideas are always welcome. At Orkim, we develop leaders from the bottom up, ensuring that we have strengths to reliably serve our customers.”

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