Undertake classification and statutory surveys of ships and offshore units in service according to rules and regulations (DNS).
Perform surveys of ships and offshore units outside classification according to DNS procedures.
Perform classification/statuory of new construction according to DT procedures.
Carry out ISM/ISPS/MLC audits, as assigned by supervisor.
Perform external trainings.
Work closely with internal and external stakeholders and ensure all survey / inspection reports (including survey certificates) are factual, objective and submitted within the stipulated format and timeframe.
Keep up to date with new rules, regulations and technical information or process disseminated through internal communication.
Participate in meetings (both internal and external) as required.
Attend all scheduled trainings (locally and overseas) and ultimately achieving specified delegations as agreed in Performance Management Process.
Ensure timely and accurate submission of time & expense sheets.
Specific Responsibilities And KPIs
Maintain reporting and quality KPIs within specified turnaround time (set locally or by Head Office).
Maintain and keep up level of technical competencies and qualifications.
Ensure quality reporting output and customer satisfaction.
Degree qualified in Marine Engineering, Naval Architecture, Engineering and/or experience in marine related industry.
4 years relevant working experience as Ship project manager (repair or new construction), Technical Superindendent / Marine surveyor or equilvalent, or seafaring experience as foreign foregoing engineer.
Able to travel at short notice and accept short to mid-term overseas assignments as required.