Thursday, 12 October 2017 14:34

Quality and Responsible Care Specialist, Vancouver

Responsibilities

  • Continuously developing the Safety Visit program and the Inspection Protocol / Questionnaire.
  • Plan and coordinate 28-30 safety visits per year to ships and personally carry out 3-5 of them.
  • Review, prepare and issue safety visit results, ensuring there is alignment in evaluation standards amongst various Inspectors.
  • Develop and manage the methanol and nitrogen safety training program.
  • Manage programs that ensure fleet compliance with international health, safety, environmental and quality regulations, customer requirements and industry best practices
  • Develop projects and actions to address any identified opportunities for improvements or risk.
  • Require and supervise a thorough investigation of incidents by ship owners, ensure the root cause(s) are correctly identified and the adequate corrective and preventative actions are planned and completed.
  • Obtain and track fleet KPIs on injuries, fatalities, groundings, collisions, fires, detentions, etc.
  • Identify and communicate appropriate fleet wide actions for continuous improvement.
  • Ensure progress and improvement in achieving the objectives and goals agreed with ship-owners, ship-managers and other participants in the Waterfront bi-annual best practice conference (Methanol Group).
  • Assist in planning and preparing meetings and presentations for the Methanol Group.
  • Coordinate and assist in the preparation of the various other presentations from external contributors, as per the Methanol Group meeting plan.
  • Participate in the leadership and development of Waterfront Responsible Care and Quality meetings.
  • Prepare and distribute Methanol Group meeting minutes and action log.
  • Ensure the Waterfront Shipping Management system documentation is up to date at all times.
  • Attend and support internal, external ISO and CIAC audits, record and follow up on improvement opportunities.
  • Support and coordinate the implementation of corrective actions such as policy development, training programs, and documentation updates.
  • Participate actively on the Global Marketing &Logistics Responsible Care Team in representation of Waterfront.  Contribute to the achievement of the team’s mandate; support the team by bringing knowledge from the marine industry in application of Responsible Care across the supply chain.
  • Key contribution in the design, development and management of the Waterfront Energy Efficiency database.
  • Supervise and communicate with the parties involved, vessels, owners, managers Waterfront Shipping operations team, for coordination of actions and timely supply of the necessary information.
  • Monitor carbon emissions and Energy Efficiency and provide feedback to masters, owners, managers and Waterfront Shipping Team for continuous improvement.
  • Provide information to Methanex on carbon emission intensity for their sustainability reports.

 

Qualifications

  • University degree in Marine Transportation or related area
  • 10 years’ experience in shore based supervision of vessel operations, safety and/or technical aspects
  • Seagoing experience as officer, preferably on tanker vessels, an asset
  • Good knowledge of the shipping business
  • Understanding of the shipping regulatory framework, an asset
  • Post-graduate studies in business or engineering, an asset  

 

To Apply 

Please send your cover letter and resume to: 

Heena Ahuja
HR Coordinator
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By: Friday, October 13, 2017.

Please advise your Manager/Supervisor and local Human Resources Manager prior to submitting your application.

 

Relocation support will not apply for this opportunity.

 

This opportunity is available to internal and external candidates.

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