Position: Marine Safety Quality Superintendent
- Communicates with Masters regarding any reports concerning PSC items, deck maintenance (PMS) and cargo hold preparedness.
- Visits the vessels for marine / safety internal audits, evaluates their condition, assesses potential risks and prepares them for third party inspections as per the Company’s standards, SMS requirements and all international and flag state legislation.
- Approves deck stores and maintenance tools as well as the activation/supply of charts and publications.
- Analyzes, investigates and assess the risks of hazardous occurrences on the vessel or any deficiencies, issued by PSC and third party inspections, and provides vessels with necessary feedback and instructions to avoid reoccurrence.
- Pursues the developments related to international rules and regulations that are associated with the SMS and evaluates their potential impact.
- Coordinates and liaises with other departments within the company to collectively provide an efficient ship management service.
- Handles pre-port state control inspections, standard deck and safety items checks, master and officers’ evaluation and random bunker checks.
- Provides specific training to the crew during the sea passage attendances.
Qualifications / Experience:
- Captain Class A diploma and minimum 2 years of sea-going experience as a
- Experience as a Marine Superintendent in a shipping company with bulkers will
be an asset.
- Experience in handling dry vetting and third party inspections (PSC, USCG, P&I, Charterers etc.).
- Ability to learn and monitor changes in legislation and international requirements.
- Strong negotiation and communication skills.
- Fluency in English.
- Computer literate.