Marine Superintendent

Job Description



  • Assist in coordinating, arranging and timely follow up Oil Major Vetting Inspections as directed.
  • Attend vessels to conduct Marine Inspections and pre-vetting inspections or vetting assistance as directed. Ensure follow up of all deficiencies noted during vessel attendance is recorded and filed in the common drive.
  • Conduct annual onboard navigation audits, preferably during a short voyage. Input navigation audit results into the navigation audits database and follow up on all deficiencies and defects to closure.
  • Assist in the investigation and root cause analysis of accidents.
  • A member of ASL Emergency Response Team.
  • Assist in arranging external safety audits and onboard training by co-coordinating with the appointed audit or training company.
  • Follow up in cosmetic upgradation (Painting)
  • Monitor and support all vessels (In coordination with OPS) on operational issues (Loading / discharging / tank cleaning / grade change.


Quality and Compliance

  • Assist in the implementation of ASL Ship Management’s Health, Safety, Security, Quality and Environmental Policies including sailing onboard for short voyages for onboard implementation of the HSSEQ System for new vessels.
  • Assist in periodical management review of ASL HSSEQ system, record findings from the reviews and propose actions if necessary.
  • Assist in maintenance and updating of the HSSEQ Management System.
  • A member of the internal Marine & HSSEQ audit team.
  • Assist in establishing annual ISM & ISPS audit plans, arrange and co-ordinate internal audits, take part in audits and follow-up correction actions.
  • Assist in the investigation and root cause analysis of accidents, marine casualties and near misses.
  • Assist in preparation, implementation and maintenance of office and vessel’s contingency plans.
  • Liaise with the vessels in safety, navigation, operations, health, quality, security and environmental matters, including monthly response to vessels relating to Vessel Monthly Safety Reports and Near Miss Reports.
  • Assist in reviewing all safety-related reports from the vessels and other similar reports from other sources.

 Job Requirements:

  • Career Level: Senior Executive
  • Qualification: degree with 10 years’ experience in similar function
  • Years of Experience: 10 years
  • Advantages:
  • Minimum 10 years sailing experience.
  • Minimum 1 years sailing experience as Master on Tankers or Gas Carriers Good knowledge of Quality Assurance and ISM will be an advantage Experience in Ship Vetting by
  • Majors, Ship, and Terminal Operation Strong sense of responsibility, initiative, and willingness to travel 

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