CV Marine & Cargo Surveyor, Liberian Nautical Inspector on behalf of LISCR working in Port Said Egypt
Marine & Cargo Surveyor, Liberian Nautical Inspector on behalf of LISCR working in Port Said Egypt
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Location (Residence): Port Said, Egypt Citizenship:Egypt
Arabic Egypt Other:
Education & Experience:
Work Authorization & Relocation:
Bachelors in Power Mechanical Engineering Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: Oman, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates Present Location: Egypt, Port Said Relocation: United Arab Emirates, Libyan Arab Jama.
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
I'm a Marine & cargo Surveyor, Nautical Inspector search for a shipping company or marine works company or survey office to work with them as Independent Surveyor, in addition that I have the ability to train some of the local newly graduated citizens and supply them with extensive theoretical and practical training to be Marine and cargo surveyors also to be nautical inspectors.
City: Port Said
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
Main office at the port of Port Said, I work since 1986 as a licensed Marine and cargo surveyor and Liberian Nautical Inspector (On behalf of LISCR).
Professional Marine and cargo surveyor carrying out the following survey categories:
Ascertain Cause, Nature & Extent of damage re:
4) Collision with fixed objects
5) Collision between two ships
6) Collision between ship and MODU
7) Engine trouble
8) Steering gear Failure
9) Heavy weather damage
10) Pre-purchase / Full general condition survey including underwater inspection (Using divers/deck monitor)
11) cargo crane damage
12) Container Terminal Gantry Crane damage
13) Marine Pollution (Cause / collecting samples from tanks and sea-waters)
14) damage to wharfs / quays / marine fenders ...etc
15) Supervising ship safe mooring and un-mooring
1) On/Off hire condition / bunker surveys
2) draft surveys(Initial & Final)
3) Bulk cargoes damage / On-deck & In holds packed and naked cargo damage (Heat damage / Wet / fresh water / salt water / cargo sweat / ship's sweat (Silver Nitrate Solution Tests applied)(Collecting Samples)
4) Containers damage / re-stuffing operations
5) Containers collapse / shift due to heavy weather/bad stowage/inaccurate lashing arrangements...etc.
6) Suitability for loading specific cargoes
7) Supervising lashing and securing of cargoes and heavy units and offloading...etc...