Shell Maritime Assurance Assessor in London, United Kingdom
Maritime Assurance Assessor
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If you’re a Maritime professional who’s gained some valuable experience in the sea service as a senior officer, we can offer you the chance to be part of the Maritime Assurance Team and work with a diverse team that has an inclusive working environment and excellent reputation within Shell and the industry.
What’s the role?
As a Maritime Assurance Assessor, you will be responsible in the provision of the positive vetting of cargo transport vessels in the HSSE & SP Control Framework Transport Manual Maritime Safety. You must understand, manage, implement Shell Requirements for the Quality Assurance of Maritime Vessels, in support of Group requirements for shipping businesses for internationally trading tankers, dry bulk carriers, project vessels, proposed for use by Royal Dutch Shell. Also, you will be conversant with international legislation i.e. MARPOL, SOLAS, ISM) and Industry Standards, codes and Guidelines (i.e. ISGOTT, ICS, IBC).
You’ll support the provision of vetting services on a continuous basis by engaging in collaborative activities as required, including out of office hours roster. Maritime Assurance Assessors are also responsible in maintain professional relations with all internal customers (Shell International Trading and Shipping Company Limited – STASCO), Freight Trading & Supply and Operations Units) as well as external stakeholders (Shipowners, Oil Companies, Ship Managers, Industry Organisations – Oil Company International Marine Forum – OCIMF, Chemical Distribution Industry – CDI).
More specific responsibilities include:
Management of incidents reported to STASCO – proactive follow ups with the technical operator responsible for the day to day management of the vessel involved
Support time charter assurance in the assurance of over 150 long term time-chartered vessels, in the fleets of some 60 technical operators.
Recommend improvements to Maritime Assurance processes
Maintain OCIMF or CDI accreditation at an appropriate level of competence to conduct Ship inspections.
Conduct Management Reviews of third-party technical operators to determine acceptability for level of business.
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What we need from you
Master’s licence from a recognised flag State for vessels of 3,000 gross tonnage or more or
Chief Engineer Officer’s licence from a recognised flag State for vessels powered by main propulsion of 3,000kW or more
A Certificate of Advanced training in the carriage of chemicals
Some sea service is required as a senior officer (senior officer is defined as: Master, Chef Engineer, Chief Officer or 1st/2nd Engineer), sea service in this instance means actual accumulated time on board and not calendar years as a certified officer, aboard chemical tankers (chemical tankers in this instance means vessels engaged in the parcel tanker trade including, but not limited to, the carriage of toxic and corrosive products)
Candidates without these minimum requirements will not be considered
Salary: Competitive Market Rate
Closing date: 19th February 2020
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