RINA is seeking Senior Marine Surveyors to join our growing team within our marine sector, sailing to the highest standards in technologies, rules and notations to handle shipping, offshore and yachting units.
These positions will be based in Mexico Ciudad del Carmen THE COMPANY With a merging of different cultures, spirit of collaboration and professional growth, RINA is a global corporation that leads industries to success.
We operate mainly in five fields : Marine, Energy, Certification, Transport & Infrastructure and Industry. Thanks to our expertise, public and private organizations can achieve innovation and sustainability goals, safety and quality.
RINA works in 65 countries with a team of 3700 people and a network of 170+ offices, excellence centers and laboratories.
Facing new challenges, adapting to new contexts and being where big things happen, working with us means turning our clients’ ideas into success.
You will transform challenges into opportunities and brilliant ideas into excellent solutions. Join us and build your own path of excellence.
THE ROLE This role will work closely with the RINA Mexico and US office. In the role of Marine Surveyor, the person will survey and assess ships and other marine structures during construction and in service for compliance with the applicable Class, statutory and other possible applicable requirements.
The Senior Marine Surveyor will have accountability for the following responsibilities : Acts as a professional specialist for the organization in the application of Rules, Regulations, requirements, concepts, principles and processes (ISM, ISPS, MLC, etc.
Performs routine surveys on classed ships, platforms or other marine structures and at manufacturers sites for compliance with classification and statutory requirements.
Prepares technically accurate and timely reports of inspections and surveys performed. Engages in contact with clients to solve problems within area of expertise.
Maintains survey files in an orderly and up-to-date manner in areas of responsibility. Maintain active awareness of new working methods and developments affecting the technical scope of assigned responsibilities.
Previous experience in classification society as Surveyor. Recommends new approaches to problems encountered. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE Qualifications from a tertiary institution within a relevant field of Naval Engineer or qualifications from a marine or nautical institution and relevant seagoing experience as a certificated ship officer.
Minimum 5 years’ experience working as a Marine Surveyor or minimum 7 years’ experience in the engineering or survey fields within the marine industry or other applicable industry to their specialization.
Proficiency in the English language commensurate with the scope of classification, statutory certification, related services and, before assignment, with their future work.
Ability to develop a working knowledge of RINA Rules, Guides, statutory regulations, and related instructions, as well as the RINA Employee Safety Policy.
Ability to understand engineering plans and have a basic knowledge of shipbuilding practices and ship operations. Ability to perform new building surveys : to assess the suitability of certified materials and products supplied for the new building, to assess that hull, machinery and equipment have been built in compliance with rules and regulations by means of compulsory inspections, tests and trials, to identify the deficiencies to be rectified (if any) and assess whether immediate repair is necessary or a recommendation may be issued with an appropriate due date, to issue Certificates, Reports, Records and Status in compliance with rules and regulations.
Ability to perform ship in service surveys : to assess that hull, machinery and equipment have been maintained in compliance with rules and regulations by means of compulsory overall inspections, tests and trials, to identify the deficiencies to be rectified (if any) and assess whether immediate repair is necessary or a recommendation may be issued with an appropriate due date, to follow-up as required by rules and regulations any repair work or due to previous outstanding recommendations, to assess whether the deficiencies identified (if any) may be linked with potential failure of the Ship Management System, to endorse Certificates, issue Reports and Status in compliance with rules and regulations.
Knowledge of ships' engineering systems and machinery. Knowledge of computer programs or software packages related to job responsibilities.
Knowledge of related technical interfaces required for group project work. Ability to communicate, verbally and in writing, pertinent information relevant to assigned area of technical expertise.
Ability to work in good cooperation with others. Ability to analyze problems and propose solutions. Responsiveness to customers.
Working knowledge of the RINA Health, Safety, Quality and Environmental Management Systems. Must be eligible to work in MEXICO without sponsorship for employment.
THE BENEFITS RINA offers competitive salaries and retirement contributions. You will enjoy a generous leave allowance, health insurance, life insurance and more.
Our great financial benefits are only part of the attraction. You can expect an excellent induction, quick integration and real opportunities for professional development.
As part of our growing global team you will find yourself working with world-class engineers for clients in a variety of market sectors.
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