Your key responsibilities will include:
- Deploying to accident sites and leading investigations
- Collecting evidence and interviewing witnesses
- Conducting detailed analysis in order to identify safety issues and draft recommendations
- Writing investigation reports and safety bulletins
- Giving evidence at inquests and fatal accident inquiries
- A degree or its equivalent in a relevant field of engineering or science from a Marine or Nautical Institute recognized by the Maritime Industry.
- Relevant seagoing experience as a certified ship’s officer with a valid management level certificate of competency.
- A continuous technical knowledge of ships and its operations after obtaining a Certificate of Competency (COC).
- Not less than three (3) years service at sea as an officer in deck or engine department.
- Accreditation as a surveyor through a formalized training programme.
- Certificate in accordance with Marine Casualty Investigation Code.
Applicant should not be more than 45 years of Age
- Working Experience on the application of related IMO conventions and guidelines.
- Knowledge of procedures applied in survey, certification, control, investigations and oversight functions;
- Understanding the goals and objectives of the International and National instruments used in maritime safety and the protection of the marine environment and related programmes.
- Interview techniques
- Evidence gathering.
Applications with CV should be submitted by email to email@example.com or by post to Graphic Communications Group Ltd, P.O.Box 742, Accra on or before 5:00pm on
August 31, 2020.
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