Inspector Training and Accreditation Manager

6 days left

Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
Competitive
Posted
09 Nov 2017
Closes
30 Nov 2017
Location Type
Shore
Vessel Type
Land-based, Oil tankers
Contract Type
Permanent

Inspector Training and
Accreditation Manager


Oil Companies International Marine Forum

Do you have significant shore-based managerial experience with tanker
operations and/or chartering, following at least 5 years at sea on board
tankers as a qualified senior officer? Combined with working experience of
producing and delivering technical and training presentations to culturally
diverse groups….

If so, and you are seeking a new challenge, this job opportunity may be of
interest to you.

OCIMF Ship Inspection Reports (SIRE) and Offshore Vessels Inspection
Database (OVID) are inspection tools providing large databases of
information about vessels. These web-based programmes are relied upon
industry-wide to provide vessel quality data enabling the selection of safe and environmentally responsible vessels.

The high professional quality and integrity of the inspectors and inspection
process is crucial to maintaining confidence in SIRE and OVID. You would
have responsibility for this critical activity, including ensuring the ongoing
educational improvement, effectiveness and ethical integrity of the inspectors we accredit to conduct SIRE and OVID inspections. You would develop course content, deliver training, devise exam papers, line manage two inspector application/course organiser administrators and regularly travel internationally to deliver training against a pre-planned annual course schedule.

This is a rare and exciting opportunity to join OCIMF, a world renowned safety and technical NGO. For more information about OCIMF, visit www.OCIMF.org.

Visit https://www.ocimf.org/organisation/recruitment/ for a full job
description, including the essential criteria for the role, and instructions to
apply. The close date is Thursday 30th November 2017 with interviews planned for the 15th, 20th and 21st December. OCIMF does not have a licence to sponsor migrant workers, so applicants must be able to prove their eligibility to work in the UK.


OCIMF’s mission is to be the foremost authority on the safe and environmentally responsible operation of oil tankers, terminals and off shore support vessels, promoting continuous improvement in standards of design and operation.