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Naval Architects (Ship Surveyors) Department of Transport

7th December 2022

The Department of Transport is seeking qualified Naval Architects (Ship Surveyors) to work in the Marine Survey Office (MSO).

The MSO ensures the implementation of national and international legislation relating to maritime safety, maritime security, living and working conditions and the prevention of pollution of the marine environment from ship-related sources.
 
Naval Architects (Ship Surveyors) are engaged in the initial survey and inspection of new ships and renewal surveys, including surveys for registration on the Irish flag. There will be involvement in inspections on Irish and foreign vessels of different types, including merchant ships, fishing vessels, passenger ships and boats, recreational craft and vessels engaged in offshore renewable energy projects.
 
Travel abroad and throughout Ireland will be required.

They also attend meetings at national and international level including the EU and the European Maritime Safety Agency and the International Maritime Organization. They will work closely with shipbuilding and repair yards and various equipment manufacturers.
 
At present, the MSO has locations in Dublin, Cork and Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal. Successful candidates will be based in the Dublin Office for an initial period of six months.
 
Successful Candidates will hold a qualification at minimum level 7 on the National Framework of Qualifications in Naval Architecture or an equivalent qualification and have experience in implementing the theory and practice of naval architecture.
 
We are committed to a policy of equal opportunity and encourage applications under all nine grounds of the Employment Equality Act.

For more information and how to apply, visit: https://bit.ly/AFloat_Ad_NavalArc

The closing date is January 26th 2023

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