Machinery System Inspector

2 days left

Recruiter
Location
Russia, Astrakhan
Salary
£4519.77 per annum
Posted
24 Aug 2017
Closes
21 Sep 2017
Ref
917770
Contact
Luke White
Sector
Oil & Gas
Location Type
Shore
Contract Type
Temporary
Job Title: Machinery System Inspector
Location: Astrakhan, Russia

Our client is a worldwide organisation of Marine Engineers and Naval Architects dealing in the project management lifecycle, planning, design and supervision of build across all sectors of the marine industry. Our client is looking for a Machinery System Inspector who has experience in new-construction supervision for a 2 month contract in October & November 2017. The successful candidate will be part of a vital team in the final commissioning and trials for a new-construction crane vessel project.

Key Responsibilities:
-Report daily to site manager
-Ensure that the Project is executed in strict accordance with the specifications
-Ensure that the quality control standards as defined in the Specifications and references are adhered to
-Shall report any deviation from the Specifications or quality assurance standards
-Shall keep a record of all tests and inspections carried out, including any significant events occurring on the project
-Audit for safety and security
-Maintain awareness to builder of agreed standards of cleanliness throughout project

Experience and Requirements:

Essential:
-Has worked on at least 3 new construction supervision
-Marine/O & G sector

Requirements:
-Must have right to work in Russia, VISA applications will not be supported for this contract

Salary: (contract)
$5600.00USD (all inclusive - salary, accommodation, local travel, commission etc.). Client shall pay only the inboard and outboard travel expenses.

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