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Marine Surveyor - Ship, Engineer, Naval Architect and Nautical



Maritime and Coastguard Agency


Maritime Sector




One month ago

Closing date:

02 June 2024

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Maritime and Coastguard Agency
Marine Surveyor - Ship, Engineer, Naval Architect and Nautical

Salary: £47,318 Plus the full allowance of £12,000 which will be offered after training has been completed. There will be £6,000 allowance during the initial training, allowances increase to £12,000 in total after training (which will be no less than 12 months. Allowances and salary will be pro-rata for part time staff.

Contract type: Permanent

Working pattern: Flexible working, Full-time, Job share, Part-time

We welcome applications from all communities, and we don’t discriminate against any identity. We’re interested to hear from you, regardless of your background.

Do you want to work for a company where having a good work life balance is important?

Are you an experienced Maritime Professional looking for a challenging and rewarding experience to further your career?

Are you a seafarer looking for their first job ashore or looking for a new role which offers variety and a structured career path?

If so, this is your opportunity to join a diverse team who are all working towards making a difference to maritime safety, and we’d love to hear from you!

No two days are the same for our Marine Surveyors. You could be inspecting a ship in Hull ensuring its meeting UK and International Regulations one day, working from home the next, and assessing oral examinations for seafarers the day after.

We have a number of Marine Surveyor positions available in the Engineer, Naval Architect, Nautical and Ship Surveyor disciplines. Please see the Role Profiles attached below for further information about the responsibilities associated with each role, and apply on the appropriate campaign.

Marine Surveyor

We want our Marine Surveyors to be the very best. In return we offer full training, specifically designed for the role. The surveyor training will be provided as part of marine surveyor development scheme – which includes several courses and on the job training, delivered by experienced surveyors within your first 12 months in the role. In addition, a competitive package which includes flexible working patterns and attractive remuneration, and ongoing support to develop a rewarding career that makes a difference and saves lives.


Inspecting, auditing and surveying ships and maritime ship operators to safeguard that they meet UK, EU and international safety, management, welfare, security and anti-pollution regulations. Carrying out approval of stability information where qualified to do so. When qualified as a Nautical Examiner, undertaking oral examinations so as to ensure high standards of training and competence amongst seafarers

Carrying out safety management audits in straightforward and routine cases under the International Safety Management (ISM) code of ship operators and their vessels for ISM Document of Compliance (DOC) & ISM Safety Management Certificate (SMC)

Carrying out inspections of ships and port installations in straightforward and routine cases to ensure compliance with International Conventions, EU legislation and UK statutory requirements.

As a qualified Port State Control Officer (PSCO) helping fulfil UK obligations under the Paris MOU Agreement and EU Port State Control Directive in the inspection of foreign registered ships calling at UK ports.

Closing date: Apply before 11:55 pm on Sunday 2 June 2024.

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