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  • Job reference: RMS0167740

Marine Assurance Superintendent

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Grangemouth
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 19/07/2016
The Company:
Would you like to work for a market leader in the Chemical industry?
Are you looking for a challenging Permanent role?
Would you like a generous salary and benefits package?

Fircroft are proud to be collaborating with a large manufacturing facility located in the central belt of Scotland. Working in a local role supporting global activities, you will be a key member of the Marine / Shipping and logistics team..

The Role:
• Assist with the development and delivery of the Marine Assurance (MAS) standards and procedures to effectively manage the risks associated with marine shipping operations that address the acceptability of ships and barges.

• Maintain good networking relationships with numerous Internal businesses to enhance their marine operations.

• Maintain and monitor the IMAS Ship Vetting, Barge Vetting, Port Information and Port Clearance Databases to ensure they are always kept current thus allowing Internal businesses to make optimum use of these.

• Provide marine technical support to the Grangemouth and Finnart sites.

• Lead ship inspections to an identified industry standard and produce formal reports with recommendations for distribution to and evaluation by International users.

• Conduct owner/operator audits to evaluate and improve service provision from these suppliers.

• Deputise for the European Barge Assurance Superintendent during periods of absence

• Deputise for the Senior Marine Assurance Superintendent during periods of absence

Special Features -

• Ability to work across many businesses with differing priorities

• To be part of a 1:4 on call team to answer urgent out-of-hours vetting, port clearance and marine emergency intimations.

• Accomplish at least 12 formal ship inspections per annum under the Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) inspection regime and submit these inspection reports to the system for use by its International Members.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
• Qualifications: A Class 1 Marine Certificate of Competency or Degree in Nautical Science together with extensive (>10yrs) seagoing experience in a senior position. In addition the post holder will possess or be expected to gain a ship inspection qualification under OCIMF SIRE or CDI Accreditation Schemes

• Knowledge: The jobholder will require an extensive operational, technical and safety knowledge of chemical, oil and gas tanker operations through serving on such vessels and/or being previously employed in an appropriate ship or terminal management position ashore.

• Skills: The postholder will possess skills to engage successfully with third parties in industry. The incumbent must be a good communicator and demonstrate an ability to make wise decisions. The individual should be a good team player with the ability to contribute to solving demanding operational problems.

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