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At the SeaKing Group we’re always pushing
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Meet the Team

  • Gary Pink
    Gary PinkDesign Manager
  • Denise Gillam
    Denise GillamOffice Manager
  • Neil Mellenchip
    Neil MellenchipGroup Business Development Manager
  • Mark Gillam
    Mark GillamOperations Manager
  • Rob Duckworth
    Rob DuckworthOperations Manager
  • John Kelly
    John KellyService Manager
  • Tony Parr
    Tony ParrAutomation Software & PLC Projects
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Training Tomorrows
Engineers

The Seaking Group vision is to be 1st in class. That means that we as a company shall continue to maintain investment in our people through continuous input, into ongoing training programmes. One of our major drivers is specifically project driven to ensure that we comply with all statutory Health and safety issues in regard to our personnel. We are building a service squad which will require a level of commitment to specialist training such as Power generation, Radar, fire detection and telephone communications systems etc.

Our junior managers receive ongoing training in project management, administration, communications, leadership, quality assurance, health safety & environmental issues. The Seaking Group manpower strategy requires us to look at demographic age groups. Indeed we see an industry wide problem of aging engineers. We therefore have a programme in place to bring into the company younger qualified Marine and Industrial electrical engineers. This programme selects from Direct job applicants or via training Providers like The Mersey Engineering College North West and TTE ltd based in Ellesmere Port. The annual intake of Electrical Apprentices by the Seaking Group is between 2 to 4 new apprentices every year. Normally by the end of March we will have received a number of applications , from which we can make our final selection. These candidates will be invited to go through a 30 minute panel interview process. Successful candidates will normally be informed by letter within two weeks.

They will start their employment in September Our sponsored apprentices then complete their level 3 extended NVQ portfolio whilst working within the shipyard and our workshops gaining invaluable experience. We set a programme of work for the Apprentices, which enable them to see every aspect of marine engineering during which time they will be regularly assessed by nominated Assessors.

Provided that the apprentices show the right attitude, application and willingness to succeed The Apprentices may be selected to further attend day release to College to take additional training which enables them to attain a BTEC Electrical Engineering. The Seaking Group will support its Apprentices in their career development and would expect that the individuals should be prepared to continue as far as they are capable, to HNC /HND.

Standards and Policies

From health and safety to the way we respect the environment, the SeaKing Group aims to be ‘best in class’ at everything we do. Please take a moment to review our standards and policies.

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Quality Policy

“The Responsibility for quality implementation will be that of all
employees with accountability for quality residing with the Managing Director.

The quality policy of the SeaKing Group is to provide a value for money product that is consistent with best practices appropriate to the contracted and commercial considerations of contracts and business management. In all instances practice will conform to the requirements of BS EN ISO. 9001 – 2008.

Processes shall be provided for administration, technical activities and resource management processes that are undertaken as part of the business management process. The processes will normally be documented but where there is a clear understanding of a regularly used process it may not be. Processes shall be provided in a manner that will allow them to be consistent in quality and repeatable.

Also to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system, including processes for continual improvement. It shall be the intent that each objective shall be measurable, that it shall be monitored proactively and subject to an annual audit.

The Company shall undertake to make an investment in people that will encourage the commitment and growth of an employee. This shall be reflected in the induction process, training courses and one to one appraisals.

Health & Safety Policy

The Directors of the SeaKing Group regard the promotion of health and safety as a mutual objective, which must be actively pursued by management and employees at all levels.

It is the policy of the company to conduct its undertaking in such a way as to ensure, so far as is reasonably
practicable, the health, safety and welfare of all its employees whilst at work, and of any other persons not being in its direct employment who may be affected by its operations.

The Company recognises that the health and safety of its employees is of paramount importance both in social and economic terms and consequently the Managing Director freely accepts the responsibilities under law. This responsibility is embodied in the Policy Statement, which shall be the basis of sound and safe practices used within the company.

Employees and others working or visiting the sites will only be allowed to do so providing that they are prepared to conform to the principles and practices laid down in the statement. Likewise employees and others who have an association with the company are required to conform to any reasonable rule or practice imposed through stature or particular requirement of any site where the company is or is due to carry out work as contractor or sub-contractor.

The Company is wholeheartedly committed to the principle of equality of opportunity. This statement extends the commitments that we undertake, both in our capacity as an employer and as a provider of services to others. We are determined to make all efforts to prevent discrimination or other unfair treatment against any of our staff, potential staff or users of services, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, physical disability or responsibilities for dependants. The company is opposed to racist and sexist attitudes and practices and endeavours to translate this into all aspects of its everyday work.

The SeaKing Group recognises that specific and positive programmes of action are necessary in the workplace to ensure that the aims of this policy are achieved. Regular project reviews are conducted by the Managing Director to ensure each section of the business operates with these objectives in mind. The Directors recognise that progress requires full participation and commitment from all staff with regards to the policy, as well as the development of these procedures and structures in practice.

Environmental Policy Statement

We are committed to a clean and healthy environment. The company recognises the environmental implications of its activities and is committed to achieving best environmental practice within all areas of its business by implementing and maintaining the Environmental Management Standard ISO 14001.

We are committed to:

  • Comply fully with environmental legislation and industry standards/regulations and where appropriate exceed regulatory requirements.
  • Commit to a programme of continuous improvement in the prevention of pollution and in compliance with ISO 14001.
  • Use energy efficiently.
  • Continue to reuse and recycle products where possible and to explore new avenues for the recycling and reuse of materials where it is commercially beneficial.
  • Minimise and dispose of unavoidable waste in a safe and responsible manner.
  • Ensuring that our road transport vehicles and used efficiently to minimise our contributions to road congestion and pollution.
  • Communicate the policy externally to our suppliers, customers, contractors and internally to all of our employees ensuring that they understand and implement the relevant aspects of the programme.
  • Annually review our progress and monitor our achievements against set targets and objectives.

Corporate Environmental objectives have been agreed by the Board of Directors and are reviewed on an annual basis.

Careers

As one of the UK’s leading marine electrical engineering firms we’re always looking for the brightest talent to join our ranks. Please take a moment to browse the career opportunities currently on offer at the SeaKing Group and if one of the roles sounds like you, please upload you CV.

Specification Writer

Hours of employment: 08:00-16:30 Monday to Thursday 08:00- 14:00 Friday, Saturday, Sunday.

Necessary requirements: Time served , Experienced marine Electrical engineer.

Job summary: Must be willing to visit Marine vessels,In port or whilst on voyage. Meet with ships officers or fleet engineers. To clarify and assess work packages/contracts. Salary negotiable subject to qualifications and experience.

Key responsibilities: To support the estimation facility with accurate written specifications liaise with Clients.

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Marine Electrical Project Managers

Hours of employment: 08:00-16:30 Monday to Thursday 08:00-14:00 Friday, Saturday, Sunday.

Necessary requirements: Experienced Project managers marine electrical Sector.

Job summary: Due to on going contracts for the Royal fleet auxilliary / MOD vessel refits and lifetime maintenance work the SeaKing Group are looking to appoint experienced project managers capable of leading a team of marine electricians. Salary subject to qualification and experience.

Key responsibilities: Liaise with Shipyard management personnel and vessels Captain/ engineering officers. Ensure projects are delivered on time to budget and within the procedures as laid down in the SeaKing Group quality assurance system.

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Project/Commissioning Engineer

Hours of employment: 08:00-16:00 Monday to Thursday 08:00-14:00 Friday, Saturday, Sunday.

Necessary requirements: Experienced Marine electrical engineer. Knowledge of all aspects of marine installation used to managing a team of electrical installation engineers.Ideally From a Naval or commercial shipping career

Job summary: Good all Rounder with experinece in generators,Generator controls,switchboards & Breaker or PLC systems would be beneficial Renumeration subject to qualifications and experience

Key responsibilities: Eletcrical engineer to carry out Inspection and testing/commissioning on all aspects of marine installations, Including supervision of installation teams/communications with ships staff/Customer/Provision of as built documentation

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Brochure Downloads

The SeaKing Group offers a range of marine and commercial electrical engineering services. If you’re interested in learning more about any of our specialisms, please take a second to download the appropriate brochure by clicking on it.

Enquiry Form

From breakdowns to major refits, if you have a project you would like us to quote for, please get in touch using the form below and one of our team will be in touch shortly to discuss you exact requirements.

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