The position is responsible for marine surveying by performing the following duties.
Make independent judgments based on the data collected, use data to determine if product meets client expectations and requirements.
Will be a supervisor to other surveyors assigned to the West Coast.
Will be responsible to train and evaluate the technician performance of the surveyors.
Will be responsible to review and approve data provided by the surveyors.
For each site, coordinates and manages the loading and unloading of cargo process from ships and other forms of transit; responsible for identifying damage to the cargos as they are loaded and/or unloaded.
Responsible for cargo quantity (draft) surveys, on-off hire vessel condition surveys, bunker surveys etc. which require knowledge/training in ship’s design and engineering.
Execute sampling & sample preparation and deliver sample to laboratory for analysis. Check and verify testing data/ field documents for accuracy. Record accurate information and details.
Utilizes data from obtained field documents to prepare an inspection report, submitted to the office detailing results of inspection
Communicate and gives direction to the administration staff regarding details of the inspection requirements.
Liaison with terminal & warehouse personal for execution of inspections.
Responsible for performing Loading, Discharge, Stock Verification, Sampling and Damage Inspections.
sample are labeled with identifying product, location of sample, date, and time of collection.
Oversee performance of vessel draft surveys, barge surveys, on/off hire condition surveys, NH3 surveys and product inspections for vessels carrying a variety of products, including coal, fertilizers, cement, and steel;
Ensure that the vessels construction, machinery, equipment and cargoes meet governmental and international maritime and environmental regulations;
Utilize knowledge of ship construction, stability, terms and routines, as well as SGS's standard inspection and quality management procedures to supervise conducting marine surveys;
Use sophisticated draft surveying techniques (draft immersion) to calculate quantities of cargo loaded or discharged from vessels, taking into account any changes in weight that may take place during cargo operation;
Oversee cargo sampling and analysis and inspect cargo holds;
Use SGS standard methods and reporting procedures to product draft survey reports (including certificates of weight, certificates of analysis, and certificates of hold cleanliness and tightness);
Insure reports to clients in stand format and in accordance with corporate quality programs, policies, and procedures;
Provide expert opinions and guidance to clients on stowage and carriage of specialized cargoes, condition and suitability of vessels, including hull and machinery, cargo damage, cargo holding cleanliness and overall risk assessment to minimize the client's financial risks and liability; and utilize sampling and analysis methods and techniques to perform product/cargo inspections and ensure adherence with safety and environmental standards.
- Travel constantly until the team has been developed, then the travel is expected to decrease and be occasional.
- Perform other assignment as directed
- Adheres to internal standards, policies and procedures
- Second In command to the Branch Manager, may take on branch manager duties as required.