Surveyor - Marine and Offshore Lloyds Register St. John's, NL

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Surveyor - Marine and Offshore Lloyds Register St. John's, NL

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Surveyor - Marine and Offshore
Lloyds Register
St. John's, NL

Job ID:28757
Location:Newfoundland St. John's : Suite (LR_L000030)
Position Category:Engineering
Position Type:Employee Regular
EducationRequired:See Job Description
Experience Required:See Job Description

Job Overview:

Bring your Class society & offshore certification experience and engineering skills to our Marine & Offshore Surveyor role. Commercially aware and technically capable individuals like you can reach their full capability at Lloyd's Register.

We are experts who assess the safety and integrity of our clients’ ships & offshore installations, then offer sound technical advice on how to meet the industry standards which we have helped to set. Join us in our St. John’s office to take your place at the heart of innovation, sharing knowledge and advancing the cause of maritime safety in an exceptional global team.


St. John’s, Newfoundland

About this role:

To support our expanding business in St. John's and the Atlantic region, we are seeking to add a Marine and Offshore Surveyor to our team. The focus for this role will be to support existing ship surveys in the area, for both domestic and foreign flag vessels, as well as surveys on our growing group of Offshore Oil and Gas assets. In addition, the ability to support new construction (Marine and Offshore) is desirable.

Meanwhile, you will pursue continuous professional development to remain fully knowledgeable about the technical considerations that are pertinent to clients, and merge that with a deep understanding of classification society rules, offshore regulations and relevant international standards.

You will assess all risks and work in a safe manner at all times, reporting in a timely manner all incidents including near miss and safety observations.

You will have:

A minimum of 5 years of experience working as a marine and offshore surveyor [preferably with an IACS member], or an equivalent combinations of field experience dealing with both ships and offshore assets.
Significant technical competence in existing ship & offshore structures; ship & offshore machinery, piping, drilling & electrotechnical systems; statutory requirements.
Knowledge of passenger vessels, tankers, bulk carriers and cargo ships, offshore supply vessels, fixed and floating offshore platforms.
A degree or equivalent within a relevant field of engineering study.
Thorough understanding of the local marine and offshore environment.
Ability to participate in and add value to technical discussions with clients and LR colleagues.
Organizational and planning skills, ability to prioritize to meet deadlines.
Intermediate or advanced experience using MS Office suite of products: Word, Excel, Outlook.
Experience as a new construction surveyor would be an advantage.
Experience with Marine Management Systems would be an advantage.

About us:

Our purpose at Lloyd’s Register is working together for a safer world and every one of us is committed to maintaining our standards and continuing our success. That means being more sophisticated in our thinking to meet the challenge of setting global safety standards today. Help us stay out in front and your contribution will be felt, valued and rewarded by a global leader.

Make your mark on a world leader. ... gub3p1a802

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