We have vacancy for a Marine Compliance Coordinator for an indigenous shipping company in Delta State.
- Validate the quality, safety and security systems of the company and the vessel fleet always; ascertain its compliance with the industry and the company standards.
- Pay regular visit to vessels for physical inspections to ensure all statutory /regulatory and compliance requirements are in place.
- Conduct onboard training, pre-vetting inspection and participate in the vetting inspections onboard the company managed vessels.
- Review and modify procedures and instructions where necessary to improve Safety Management System.
- Work with the Group Risk Management team to identify the inherent risks and implement controls to mitigate them.
- Follow up on all documentations to ensure all regulatory requirements in terms of certifications, authorization, procedures and regulations are complied with strictly.
- Process all DPR / Regulatory Barging permits.
- Plan, monitor and co-ordinate the vessels’ survey & audit schedule.
- Maintain corrective action register for all marine related audits and inspections as well following up on same.
- Monitor Flag State Control (NIMASA) on vessels Survey and Audit result.
- Manage and keep the updated list of publications required onboard the vessels and advise on a Company standard to follow.
- Implement and monitor Company ISM Procedures.
- Conduct Independent compliance reviews on Marine Terminal Management & Self-Assessment (MTMSA) and Tanker Management & Self-Assessment (TMSA) Audits, prepare and submit comprehensive report on findings; Follow up with vessels on review findings and effective close out of observations.
- Represent the Company at OCIMF (Oil Company International Marine Forum) meetings.
- Manage the Company’s SIRE (Ship Inspection Report Program) inspection process, conduct quality reviews of reports submitted and update OCIMF SIRE database.
- Comply with QHSE policies and procedures as well as comply with safe work methods as required.
- Coach and mentor less experienced team members in compliance and regulations.
- Perform any other duties as may be assigned by your Line Manger.
- Candidate must have a minimum of 10 years’ experience, some of which must be onboard a vessel on a Captain’s career path.
- A Nigerian with very good relationship with NIMASA, DPR, Navy etc.
- A Captain or former Captain, this will be an added advantage.
- Familiarity with marine standards and National/ international regulations.
- Knowledge of multiple types of offshore support vessels and operations.
- Understanding of marine technologies appropriate to the Oil and Gas industry.
- Excellent communication, interpersonal and engagement skills.
- Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite.