This is a fantastic opportunity for a master's graduate to start a career in business that is looking to grow. Time will be given to develop their skills and progress in their career.
As a Technical and Quality Officer your main tasks and responsibilities:
- Manage the appointment and allocation of nautical inspectors on behalf of the Principal Registrar.
- To manage and give oversight to Flag inspection regime and instigate appropriate follow-up measures as required.
- To manage and give oversight to Port State inspections and detentions and initiate appropriate measures as required.
- To follow up on outstanding deficiencies and non-conformities following Flag and PSC inspections, surveys, and audits.
- To liaise with ship owners, managers, recognised organisations, and nautical inspectors.
- Ensure that vessels’ technical files are prepared and correctly maintained.
- To Represent the Ship Registry with clients and at meetings of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and other bodies as required including active participation in working and correspondent group discussions
- To ensure the Ship Registry’s Quality Management System conforms to IMO and ISO 9001 regulatory requirements
- Master’s degree in: Naval Architecture, Marine engineering, Maritime Laws, or any equivalent.
- Knowledge of the International Maritime Conventions and Codes.
- Proficient level of computer literacy.
- The ability to communicate efficiently, effectively, and professionally with customers by telephone and in all written communication.
- ISO 9001 Quality management knowledge is advantageous.
- Strong proficiency in the English language both verbal and written.
- Must have the right to work and live in the UK without limitation.
- Have a strong ability to be able to write reports.
- Must be a commutable distance to the London office for up to 2 days per week.
This opportunity comes with a range of benefits including an annual bonus, pension, and health care including dental and life insurance.