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We are seeking a person to become a Naval Hull Inspector, which is a key position at the company’s Sydney operations. Persons already qualified and accredited as a Naval Hull Inspector or a Certified Non-Destructive Technician would be highly regarded. Training towards the qualification will be provided based on an assessment of your existing skills.  Your Employer Your new employer is a privately held company of Naval Architects, Marine Consultants and Naval Hull Inspectors providing design services and maintenance support services to the marine industry.They have an impressive 30-year reputation for reliability, professionalism, quality, integrity and their practices conform with the highest applicable health, safety and environmental standards. This is a fair workplace with a high level of comradery, where your experience and opinions are valued by the whole team, including your supportive management.Typical Duties/ResponsibilitiesPhysical inspection of hull structures including confined space work inside tanksPreparing technical reports to document the results of physical inspections using the mandated computer-based data management and reporting system.Ultrasonic thickness measurementQuoting and managing jobsLiaison with clients, repair contractors and ship staff to coordinate daily inspection activitiesSupervision, mentoring and auditing trainee inspectorsBackground & ExperienceMaritime background with good knowledge of ship fabrication and structural detailing in both steel and aluminiumExperience in ship repair (steel and aluminium vessels)Certifications /Licenses Capable of passing a police check for security clearance onto Navy basesDriver’s LicenceCurrent construction Industry white cardCurrent confined space / working at heights certificateGovernment security clearance to Baseline level – Highly desirableDepartment of Defence certified Naval Hull Inspector is a specialised qualification and whilst it is desirable, it is not essential.   Training will be provided in order to obtain it. Likewise, completion of the RAN Naval Hull Inspector’s Course is desirable but not essential.You will require Tertiary/Vocational qualifications in one of the following:Trade Certificate in steel fabrication or boat buildingAssociate Diploma or Degree in Naval ArchitectureTraitsPhysically fit and able to fit through small openings in shipsWorking safely in confined spaces and at heightsWorking safely independently and unsupervisedComputer literate and able to prepare written reportsGood written and verbal communication skillsGood hand writingExcellent attention to detail, concentration & methodical approach to workThorough and professional attitude in all aspects of work including safety and environmentWorking under pressure without sacrificing quality of workGood analytical and problem-solving skills  What is it in for you:Long term and safe employment with a reputable companyPaid training towards specialist qualificationsMate-shipNaval Hull Inspector QualificationAt the completion of the training program, a base salary of approx. 95K + Sydney area allowanceSuperannuation on top of the base salaryThis is a salaried position with 40 hours of ordinary pay and overtime there afterProfit shareNOTESThis position is open to candidates who are Australian Citizens only. Unfortunately, we are unable to process applications for candidates who are Permanent Residents, candidates seeking sponsorship in Australia or those who hold Working Holiday visa.All applications must be accompanied with the applicants Curriculum  Vitae and Cover Letter addressing the Key Criteria.   Australia - NSW Sydney CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs

Naval Hull Inspector - Sydney

  • Sydney based
  • Rare opportunity with an industry leader
  • Paid specialist training provided

We are seeking a person to become a Naval Hull Inspector, which is a key position at the company’s Sydney operations. Persons already qualified and accredited as a Naval Hull Inspector or a Certified Non-Destructive Technician would be highly regarded. Training towards the qualification will be provided based on an assessment of your existing skills.  

Your Employer

Your new employer is a privately held company of Naval Architects, Marine Consultants and Naval Hull Inspectors providing design services and maintenance support services to the marine industry.

They have an impressive 30-year reputation for reliability, professionalism, quality, integrity and their practices conform with the highest applicable health, safety and environmental standards. This is a fair workplace with a high level of comradery, where your experience and opinions are valued by the whole team, including your supportive management.

Typical Duties/Responsibilities

  • Physical inspection of hull structures including confined space work inside tanks
  • Preparing technical reports to document the results of physical inspections using the mandated computer-based data management and reporting system.
  • Ultrasonic thickness measurement
  • Quoting and managing jobs
  • Liaison with clients, repair contractors and ship staff to coordinate daily inspection activities
  • Supervision, mentoring and auditing trainee inspectors

Background & Experience

  • Maritime background with good knowledge of ship fabrication and structural detailing in both steel and aluminium
  • Experience in ship repair (steel and aluminium vessels)

Certifications /Licenses

  • Capable of passing a police check for security clearance onto Navy bases
  • Driver’s Licence
  • Current construction Industry white card
  • Current confined space / working at heights certificate
  • Government security clearance to Baseline level – Highly desirable

Department of Defence certified Naval Hull Inspector is a specialised qualification and whilst it is desirable, it is not essential.  Training will be provided in order to obtain it. Likewise, completion of the RAN Naval Hull Inspector’s Course is desirable but not essential.

You will require Tertiary/Vocational qualifications in one of the following:

  • Trade Certificate in steel fabrication or boat building
  • Associate Diploma or Degree in Naval Architecture

Traits

  • Physically fit and able to fit through small openings in ships
  • Working safely in confined spaces and at heights
  • Working safely independently and unsupervised
  • Computer literate and able to prepare written reports
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Good hand writing
  • Excellent attention to detail, concentration & methodical approach to work
  • Thorough and professional attitude in all aspects of work including safety and environment
  • Working under pressure without sacrificing quality of work
  • Good analytical and problem-solving skills

 What is it in for you:

  • Long term and safe employment with a reputable company
  • Paid training towards specialist qualifications
  • Mate-ship
  • Naval Hull Inspector Qualification
  • At the completion of the training program, a base salary of approx. 95K + Sydney area allowance
  • Superannuation on top of the base salary
  • This is a salaried position with 40 hours of ordinary pay and overtime there after
  • Profit share

NOTES

This position is open to candidates who are Australian Citizens only. Unfortunately, we are unable to process applications for candidates who are Permanent Residents, candidates seeking sponsorship in Australia or those who hold Working Holiday visa.

All applications must be accompanied with the applicants Curriculum Vitae and Cover Letter addressing the Key Criteria.

 

To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Vlasta Eriksson at Vlasta@signaturestaff.com.au, quoting Ref No. VE201905NHI.

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