- Carry out full Protection & Indemnity (P&I) Pre-Entry Condition Surveys
- Conducts On-Hire and Off-Hire bunker surveys
- Conducts hatches/holds or any compartments watertightness by way of using the latest ultrasonic equipment
- Conducts pre-loading survey of liquid bulk cargoes including pressurized, i.e. coconut oil, palm oil, sulfuric acid, phosphoric acid, aqua ammonia, anhydrous ammonia, LPG. LNG and Monomer.
- Conducts initial and final draft surveys in determining the quantity loaded/discharge to/from the vessel, carry out sampling of cargo and submit to competent laboratory for analysis.
- Conducts pre-loading and discharging survey on steels products, i.e. cold rolled, hot rolled, pipes and bars
- Conducts Damage Surveys (Without Prejudice) on both Fixed and Floating Objects and Hull & Machinery
- In addition to hull & machinery, also attends at shipyards to monitor repairs of vessels at drydock.
- Inspects cargoes of seagoing vessels to certify compliance with national and international health and safety regulations in cargo handling and stowage: scrutinizes vessel documents that set forth cargo loading and securing procedures, capacities, and stability factors to ascertain cargo capabilities according to design and cargo regulations.
- Advises crew in techniques of stowing dangerous and heavy cargo, such as use of extra support beams, shoring, and additional stronger lashings, according to knowledge of hazards present when shipping grain, explosives, logs, and heavy machinery.
- Inspects loaded, secured cargo in holds and lashed to decks to ascertain that pertinent cargo handling regulations have been observed.
- Recommends remedial procedures to correct deficiencies.
- Measures ship holds and depth of fuel and water in tanks, using sounding line and tape measure, and reads draft markings to ascertain depth of vessel in water.
- Calculates hold capacities, volume of stored fuel and water, weight of cargo, and ship stability factors, using standard mathematical formulas and calculations.
- Analyzes data obtained from survey, formulates recommendations pertaining to vessel capacities, and writes report of findings. Prepares preliminary, update and final survey reports with photo evidence, submits prompt liquidation of expenses after each survey assignment
Requirements for potential new surveying staff:
A graduate of any 4 or 5-year course, preferably BS in Marine Transportation or Marine Engineering, Naval Architect & Marine Engineer/Nautical/Civil/Mechanical or Structural Engineering or Education Diploma in Marine Surveying Course
- Male only – 23 to 45 years old
- Knowledge in Dry Bulk Cargo, Liquid Cargo, Pressurized Cargo, Reefer Cargoes, General Cargo and Containerized Cargo Surveys, Hull and Machinery, Port/Warehouse Operations
- Proficient in MS Application – Word, Excel, and Powerpoint
- Must be hardworking, mature, with keen sense of responsibility, and able to work under extreme pressure
- Must be willing to work late hours, weekends, and holidays
- Must be willing to work and travel to any port in the Philippines
- Reliable and trustworthy, with good communication skills
We pay competitive salaries. Upon a newcomer’s regularization and depending on the number of years in service, the employee will be eligible for our comprehensive benefits program including Retirement Pay, Medical, Life and Accident/Disability Insurances, Meal Allowance, Rice Benefits, Achievement Awards, Protective Personal Equipment and more. Applicants should contact Ms. Jeill J. Cabueñas, Office Manager of SSI Cebu at Tel. 032-2548849 Fax 032-2537489, and send CV/Resume by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Walk-in applicants will also be entertained. Please bring your detailed CV/Resume with 2x2 picture, Transcript of Records (TOR), Certificate of Employment (COE) and NBI Clearance to theSSI Cebu Office located at Rm. 302, WDC Building, Pres. Osmeña Blvd. Cor. P. Burgos Street, Cebu City, Philippines.
Note: Preliminary job interview may be conducted also at SSI Manila Office.