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Petroleum Cargo Inspector - Dublin

Ireland, Leinster, DublinGAC Ireland

Job description

GAC Ireland is looking for candidates for the role of Petroleum Cargo Inspector to be based in Dublin Port, Ireland. Could it be you?

Job Description

GAC UK employs over 200 experts across more than 20 physical offices covering all of the UK, Ireland and Gibraltar. We deliver a wide range of integrated shipping, logistics and marine services to the energy and shipping industries. We also serve specialised sectors like marine leisure, sports and events, automotive and aviation providing complex and time-critical logistics solutions. We apply the highest standard of customer services to everything we do and aim to be industry leaders within all our services.

Due to expansion, GAC Shipping Ireland is currently recruiting for Petroleum Cargo Inspector in Dublin Port.

The Petroleum Cargo Inspector will provide our Marine & Terminal Services (MATS) clients with first class service in the provision of Surveying functions. The aim is to ensure the smooth service to the vessels & terminals we serve to avoid any delays for the vessel. The Petroleum Cargo Inspector is responsible for reconciling cargo on board vessels and calculating outturns upon completion of discharge operations. They provide an essential link between client representatives, the terminal facility and the MATS team to ensure required information and any issues are clearly communicated To ensure 100% customer satisfaction. As such, the role of Petroleum Cargo Inspector is vital to retaining clients and directly linked to income.

A brief summary of the role and the requirements are as follows:

• Manual gauging and sampling of shore tanks

• Sampling vessels before discharge

• Conducting analysis of samples

• Gauging vessels’ tanks before and after discharge

• Calculating outturns for clients

Job requirements

TIC Council Petroleum Inspector Certification (formerly IFIA) preferred or willingness to obtain the same

• Minimum 3 years’ experience of MATS related work

• Experience working in the oil & gas industry desirable

• Good computing skills, MS Office

• Full driving licence, good communication and organisational skills

• Good level of fitness as this is a physically demanding role

• Comfortable working at heights and over the water

• Applicants must have right to work in Ireland to be considered for this role

If you think you have what it takes to become part of the GAC Ireland team, we look forward to receiving your application.