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Marine Superintendent

Direct Search Asia Pte. Ltd.


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2-5 Years
9,000 - 10,500 monthly SGD
14 days ago
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  • Assist in coordinating and arranging Oil Major Vetting Inspections and ensure timely follow-up as directed.
  • Conduct Marine Inspections and pre-vetting inspections or provide vetting assistance as needed, recording and filing all deficiencies noted during vessel attendance in the common drive.
  • Perform annual onboard navigation audits, ideally during short voyages. Enter audit results into the navigation audits database and ensure all deficiencies and defects are addressed.
  • Help investigate and analyze the root causes of accidents.
  • Serve as a member of the ASL Emergency Response Team.
  • Facilitate external safety audits and onboard training by coordinating with the designated audit or training company.
  • Oversee cosmetic upgrades (Painting).
  • Monitor and support all vessels (in coordination with OPS) regarding operational issues (Loading, discharging, tank cleaning, grade change).

Quality and Compliance

  • Aid in implementing ASL Ship Management's Health, Safety, Security, Quality, and Environmental Policies, including sailing onboard for short voyages to ensure the HSSEQ System is implemented on new vessels.
  • Participate in the periodic management review of the ASL HSSEQ system, document findings, and suggest necessary actions.
  • Assist in maintaining and updating the HSSEQ Management System.
  • Be a part of the internal Marine & HSSEQ audit team.
  • Help establish annual ISM & ISPS audit plans, coordinate and conduct internal audits, and follow up on corrective actions.
  • Assist in investigating and analyzing the root causes of accidents, marine casualties, and near misses.
  • Contribute to the preparation, implementation, and maintenance of office and vessel contingency plans.
  • Communicate with vessels on safety, navigation, operations, health, quality, security, and environmental matters, including responding monthly to Vessel Safety Reports and Near Miss Reports.
  • Review all safety-related reports from vessels and similar reports from other sources.


  • At least 10 years of sea experience.
  • Minimum 3 years of sailing experience as Chief Officer on Chemical Tankers (preferably on parcel tankers).
  • Relevant maritime certifications such as Chief Officer's certificate or Master's license (an added advantage).
  • Experience with Ship Vetting by majors, Ship, and Terminal Operations.
  • Knowledge of maritime regulations.
  • Strong sense of responsibility, initiative, and willingness to travel.

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