Senior Surveyor (PCK477-15747) Quebec, Canada
This position is open to a senior grade surveyor. The challenging work in this area will involve Marine Periodical (Hull, Machinery and Statutory) surveys, marine components and new building as well as auditing of safety, security and environmental systems. Present new construction contracts comprise of 2 x 36m tugboats and 2 x 92m LNGF Ro Pax Ferries The work; classification and statutory surveys as well as auditing of the management systems. Due to the size of the area, extended travel and driving may be required. The position is home-based, and you will report to the Senior Surveyor in Charge based in Montreal.
• To effectively manage resources to provide a competitive commercial service to external clients.
• To ensure all deliverables produced by the office meet internal and external requirements, including commercial, budgetary, costing and contractual requirements.
• To perform complex assessments and provide advice for service delivery within agreed broad parameters.
• To produce the deliverable within the agreed broad parameters in an appropriate format and take responsibility to review other employee’s work as appropriate.
• Undertake routine administration as required in line with current processes and procedures.
• To assess/ recommend the time/value of the work to be undertaken for an internal/external client within an agreed fee/cost structure.
• To discuss/ present the deliverable with the external client up to senior level and be able to suggest alternative solutions where appropriate.
• To make recommendations based on internal/external client feedback to assist in service delivery improvement and to help build the business.
• To pursue Continuous Professional Development and maintain a high degree of discipline knowledge and awareness
• Conduct activities in line with internal procedures, accreditation schemes, legislation and industry standards.
• To mentor/coach other employees, as appropriate, to achieve effective knowledge transfer and application.
• A degree or equivalent from a tertiary organization recognized by Lloyd’s Register within the relevant field of engineering or physical science or qualification from a marine or nautical institution and relevant sea-going experience as a certificated ship’s officer
• Fluent in both French and English (oral and written)
• Membership of an appropriate professional institution
• New construction quote experience preferred
Key Personal Competencies
• Responsible for the Engineering practice within the scope of Rules, Codes, Standards and established Procedures, and exercising judgment for less common proposals.
• Responsible to conduct, primarily, hull and statutory surveys on existing vessels and new constructions
• Responsible for new constructions of ships and inspections of existing ships (class and statutory) as well as industrial services surveyor.
• Responsible to conduct audits for Safety Management, Security and Environmental systems
• Organize, coordinate and carry out Marine, Industrial and Offshore surveys Market services and negotiate contracts within authorization level
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If the above opportunity interests you and matches your background, please forward an updated resume for review to: .