Stolt-Nielsen USA Incorporated

  • Vetting Superintendent

    Job Locations NL-Rotterdam
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Maritime
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    For our SNSO Shipmanagement Europe department we are recruiting for a Vetting Superintendent to join the team. The Vetting Superintendent is responsible for the supervision, control and to coordination of all vetting and Port State Control (PSC) matters for a group of allocated ships.

    Responsibilities

    • Overseeing the day to day running of the Stolt Tankers vetting system for his/her assigned fleet of vessels.
    • Assist SMT’s with guidance in preparation for customer vetting inspections, including attendance on board were deemed necessary.
    • Maintain the Company database of defects raised by vetting or PSC inspectors.
    • Manage the owner’s comments in response to vetting reports.
    • Follow up on close-out of deficiencies from vetting and PSC Inspections.
    • Manage the incident notification process, including incident reporting in cooperation with SSHEQ department.
    • To develop and maintain a close working relationship with the oil majors, including planned visits/ meetings as directed.
    • Assist the Senior Vetting Superintendent with the preparation of training material for vetting bulletins, vetting and PSC inspections.
    • Any other tasks, projects or analysis as assigned by the Fleet Manager or the Senior Vetting Superintendent.

    Qualifications

    • Tanker or ship management experience
    • Broad general knowledge of shipping and environmental laws and regulations.
    • Ability to communicate in English effectively, both orally and in written form.
    • Cultural awareness
    • Able to multi task with good organizational skills.
    • Team player.
    • Commitment to work outside office hours.
    • Proficient in MS Office applications and ability to pick up quickly on specialized software.

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