QHSE Manager

Marine Operations Safety and Quality Superintendent

Ref: 910| Posted: 24th Aug 2021

Our Aberdeenshire shipping client is recruiting for a Marine Operations Safety and Quality Superintendent (MOSQS) to join their team. The MOSQS will ensure that the operation of the ships is carried out in a safe manner and that the ISM guidelines and reporting system are adhered to and maintained.
  • Have marine operations experience
  • Qualified to degree level
  • Previous seagoing experience.
  • Proven experience in a hands-on, HSE role / environment.
  • Good knowledge and experience in marine industry HSEQ practices, marine incident investigation and auditing.
  • Good knowledge in International Maritime Regulations, statutory requirements, Maritime Safety and Security Code (ISM Code, SOLAS, MARPOL, ISPS Code).
  • Provide and have an awareness of financial aspects of the vessel operations
  • The MOSQS is responsible for the maintenance and reporting elements of the ISM, ISPS, HSE and QA systems.
  • The MOSQS will have responsibility for the efficient running of the vessels including certification.
  • Compile and administrate the bridging documents for each of the vessels.
  • Audit the vessels and office to ensure that the ISM, ISPS and other certification is being adhered to.
  • The MOSQS will visit the vessels frequently to inspect the ships and if required audit them.
  • The MOSQS will manage the company HSEQ systems and will ensure their implementation throughout the company.
  • In conjunction with the operations support personnel, the MOSQS will be contribute to the coordination of fleet operations including the certification of the ships, turnaround of the ships and ensuring client’s needs are met.
  • Responsible for the storing of the ships and their economic maintenance including the catering stores, engine and deck spares, using the purchasing personnel and system is included in his remit.
  • Responsible for the maintenance of the ISM, SPS and QA systems in the office and on the ships.
  • Assist with all aspects of bid preparation and pricing when required
  • Assist with the management of subcontractors and yards under the direction of the FM.
  • Liaise with clients regarding the scheduling and port calls of the ships and co-ordinate alongside activities, mobilisations etc.
  • Responsible for ensuring the vessel has sufficient resources, charts, bunkers, lube oil and freshwater for specific activities.
Competitive Salary and Benefits Package