Job Objectives
  • Conduct marine surveys & inspections.
  • Special investigations & re-inspections for special cargos upon requests.
  • Prepare claims and damages reports.
  • Provide updates on various P&I case assignments.
Key Roles & Responsibilities
  • Conduct marine surveys for local and various international Clubs (On & Off hours – 24 Hrs).
  • Perform Initial & final Draught Survey upon confirmation from the principal.
  • Conduct On & Off hire bunker surveys, condition surveys and submit reports.
  • Conduct container stuffing, cross stuffing & de-stuffing survey as per requests.
  • Special cargo weighing and monitoring surveys for Livestock vessels.
  • Damage/loss investigations and P&I surveys to the representative clubs.
  • Conduct onboard re-inspections as per special requisitions from the client for the claim of re-investigations.
  • Assist supervisor in undertaking investigations resulted from a claim for damage/loss to the insured vessel or third party property.
  • Assist supervisor in handling settlement of P&I claims against client’s vessels and issue bill of lading.
  • Record cargo claims on behalf of management from consignees, insurance companies and other parties.
  • Inspect damaged cargo/containers when required, at port premises or consignees warehouse or at any other place where cargos are in damaged conditions.
  • Provides update reports and correspondence to various P&I principals.
  • Provides technical recommendations to owners, charterers, and P&I Clubs as may be required.
  • Follow specified systems, processes and procedures, implemented in the workplace, to ensure compliance with legal, regulatory, and other requirements/standards.
  • Work safely at all times, protecting the health and safety of everyone in the workplace.
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned.
Minimum Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Customs Administration, Law or equivalent.
  • 10+ years of experience in handling general marine and cargo surveys, claims and loss adjustments.
  • MS Office.
  • English (Read/Write/Speak).
  • Good knowledge of International Maritime Law.
  • Good knowledge of maritime shipping and customs and port operations.
  • Good knowledge of P&I clubs and other specialised maritime bodies.