Marine Surveyor Resume Sample

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Marine Surveyor Resume Example

 

 

Linda Morra

27 Hurron Street, Wheeling, WV 12652
000) 854-9865
lindimorra @ email . com


MARINE SURVEYOR

SUMMARY
Detail-oriented and quality focused marine surveyor with hands-on experience in handling surveys of marine vessels and watercrafts, aimed at determining required repairs. Competent in examining underwater sections of hulls, while ships are dock, to ascertain conditions and maintenance needs.

• Qualified to inspecting condition of propellers, rudders, and sea valves, to determine if any action is required.
• Proven ability to observe operating tests on machinery and equipment, and inspect opened up machinery to determine the condition of the interior.
• Skilled in preparing detailed reports on types of surveys conducted, and recommending required actions.

PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES

Vessel InspectionsNeeds AssessmentReports Preparation
Standards MaintenanceCompliance AssuranceInsurance Support
Bottlenecks IdentificationImprovements PropositionsReadings
Crew Protection AdviceCargo Gear TestingSafety Management Systems

HIGHLIGHTS OF ACHIEVEMENTS
• Implemented a series of crew protection systems, which proved to be 75% more efficient that the ones being followed.
• Successfully identified a bottleneck that could have caused serious trouble in terms of vessel safety.
• Introduced a set of safety rules and regulations, resulting in increasing the safety of marine vessels.
• Devised a marine vessel inspection system, which took 50% less time to complete that the one already in place.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Marine Surveyor
The Marine Specialists, Wheeling, W V| 8/2011 – Present
• Perform surveys on marine vessels, such as ships, boats, tankers, and dredges
• Handle examinations of underwater sections of the hulls to determine required repairs
• Inspect the conditions of propellers, rudders, and sea valves, and take readings on tail shafts
• Perform inspections of above waterline sections of vessels, including hatchways, ventilators, and bulkheads
• Observe the testing of cargo gear to ensure that it complies with testing standards
• Ascertain that assigned vessels’ construction, machinery, and equipment standards meet environmental regulations
• Provide suggestions regarding repairs and maintenance of vessels, and how to make them safe for crew members
• Oversee cargo sampling and analysis, and inspect cargo holds to determine their safety

Marine Surveyor Assistant
SGS, Wheeling, WV | 2/2005 – 8/2011
• Assisted in determining repair and maintenance needs of assigned marine vehicles
• Provided assistance in monitoring and assessing vessels, aiming to report their conditions
• Supported observation of operating tests on machineries and equipment
• Tested cargo gear for compliance with testing standards, and endorsed certificates for tested gears
• Created and submitted inspection and recommendation reports to clients and insurance companies

EDUCATION
West Virginia State University, Wheeling, WV
Bachelor’s Degree in Marine Engineering






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