Perform the inspection on foreign ships calling the port and verify that the condition of the ship and its equipment and its operations is compliant with the requirements of the international regulation, Riyadh MOU, and NEOM/OXAGON port regulation.
Manage, organize and monitor port state control activities.
- Developing the PSC department and functions.
- Developing a strategic plan for the implementation of the PSC manual.
- Establishing, implementing, and maintaining the processes needed for the systems
- Report on the performance of the quality management system and any need for improvement.
- Set up a review mechanism to ensure the quality management system objectives are achieved.
- Defining responsibilities of PSC officers playing role in QMS.
- Ensure the promotion of awareness of customer requirements throughout the Ports.
- Management of PSC to ensure effective internal communication regarding the procedures for detention, the rectification of deficiencies, and the release of ships.
- Coordinating with the international organizations and agencies regarding PSC.
- Coordinating communication with the concerned government entities as well as regional bodies such as MOT, SEAPA, PME, PDC, and Riyadh MOU.
- Apply the international rules, regulations, and conventions on ships calling the port
- Conduct investigation of maritime incidents at the port
- Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees and government officials
- Second Mate or bachelor’s degree in marine.
- 10 years of experience in marine activities
- Full understanding of the governmental, regulatory and legal structure of ports and transportations in the GCC
- Ship classification knowledge
- Knowledge of international shipping line activities, licensing, and agencies.
- Full understanding of the frameworks and models of port services.
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