Senior Marine Surveyor

Job Responsibilities

In this role, you will conduct surveys of ships and other offshore vessels or structures in an assigned geographic area. Acting on guidance from the Surveyor-in-Charge or Lead Surveyor, you will ensure technical quality of all work performed, record costs and complete documentation efficiently and accurately, and ensure compliance with safety and health requirements. Maintaining an effective and competitive level of service delivery that meets client expectations and adheres to internal standards is required.

Meanwhile, you will pursue continuous professional development to remain fully knowledgeable about the technical considerations that are pertinent to clients, and merge that with a deep understanding of classification society rules, offshore regulations and relevant international standards. You will assess all risks and work in a safe manner at all times, reporting in a timely manner all incidents including near miss and safety observations.

  • Experience working as a marine and offshore surveyor [preferably with an IACS member], or an equivalent combination of field experience as a ship superintendent or chief engineer dealing with both ships and offshore assets.
  • Fluency in English language (verbal and written)
  • Ability to speak, read and write French is preferred
  • Knowledge of ISM, ISPS MLC certification and Passenger ship surveys will be advantageous.
  • The ability to travel throughout the region.
  • A degree or equivalent within a relevant field of engineering study.
  • Understanding of the local marine and offshore environment.
  • Ability to participate in and add value to technical discussions with clients and LR colleagues.
  • Organizational and planning skills, ability to prioritize to meet deadlines.
  • Intermediate or advanced experience using MS Office suite of products: Word, Excel, Outlook.
Job location

Burlington, ON ,Canada