Our Client is one of the Top 10 Fortune 500 MNC in the Oil and Gas industry.
• Responsible for the vetting and screening of armed and unarmed Client-managed vessels as well as those vessels that are engaged on time and voyage charter business to the Client’s group. These inspections will be mostly virtual with a small number of physical visits.
• The GMSAT inspector will conduct security inspections to all designated vessels that are on Client’s business which also include briefing the Master on relevant maritime security threats/ risk updates and conducting physical inspections or review of photographs and security management reviews onboard vessels when required.
• The inspector must be able to board vessels at locations around the region whilst they are in transit. Although this will usually mean boarding at the Outer Port Limits, he/she may also be required to sail with a vessel for longer period of time (up to 5 days).
• The GMSAT Inspectors may be required to support other locations around the world as and when required (e.g. to locations around the Indian Ocean or Gulf of Guinea (West-Africa)) Principal Tasks (but not limited to):
a. Inspect charter vessels engaged on Client’s group business and ensure full compliance with Industry BMP/Client Group Maritime Security Standards.
b. Deliver a comprehensive brief to the Master on all latest piracy updates for the region, review routes with respect to the maritime threats in the vicinity.
c. Provide recommendations with regard to the compliance of a vessel within the approval process criteria and its suitability to proceed (or not) on transit through the Client’s Maritime Security Zone (MSZ);
d. Submit an Inspection Checklist (written report) after each vessel inspection in order to support the recommendations and approval process;
e. Support the Maritime Security Review programme as and when required
• Understand the maritime security domain and relevant threats, risk and mitigations.
• Possess good knowledge of (preferably be experienced with) semi-automatic weapons and ammunition;
• Able to articulate clearly to Masters of many nationalities with varying standards of English
• Proficient in the use of MS Teams and modern IT software
• Possess good health and general fitness (e.g. able to climb on board very large vessels);
• Be able to travel worldwide and at short notice;
• Be fully vaccinated for all regions in which they work;
• Be comfortable to work with armed personal close protection teams;
• Be authoritative, able to stand their ground and able to work under (time) pressure
• Military experience is preferred;
• Inspections shall be conducted on during working hours, but occasionally outside working hour virtually or in/from ports in South-East Asia region, Far East (China, Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan) and any other suitable secure location when tasked and may include spending several days at sea with any given vessel.
• When not “on station” (i.e. not on leave) GMSAT Inspectors may also be tasked to provide general support to the APAC Assessor or Advisor
If you are keen to know more about this role, please email Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org and send your resume in MS Word format. Note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Mary Marquez (EA Regn No: R1326974)
RMA Consultants Pte Ltd (EA Licence No: 93C4403)