We have 3 full time Data Officer roles available for a 12 month period. The location for these roles is flexible with the successful applicants joining one of our offices based in Melbourne/Houston/London/Singapore.
Reporting to the Data Quality Lead, the Data Officer will be responsible for maintaining critical data sets, developing reports, and troubleshooting data issues. The role requires a very fine eye for detail along with a deep understanding of the maritime industry.
This role will be responsible for assisting in data quality and validation and will work closely with various departments to collect, prepare, organise and analyse data assets to ensure RightShip continues to drive industry best practices.
- Review master data, including creation, updates, protection and deletion of data.
- Ensure that data produced and provided is complete, accurate, valid and relevant using system validation and exception / control reports and consistent with regulation and internal policies
- Investigate and correct data quality issues
- Ensure a high level of accuracy and data validation in respect of records maintained and tasks undertaken within the platform
- Helping to develop reports and provide analysis
- Maintain the Platform by reviewing and enriching Port State Control and Incident data in an accurate and timely manner
- Review the quality of Root Cause Analysis, Corrective and Preventative Action plans submitted for Port State Control deficiencies, and if required to engage with Ship Managers on the requirements for satisfactory close-out
- To support the Vetting Superintendents in relation to Vetting Operations
- Provide advice, guidance and support to data users to ensure information within the Platform supports RightShip and customer needs
QUALITY AND STANDARDS
- Ensure office compliance with ISO 9001 and 27001 standards and policies
- Support the implementation of global processes and instructions
- Ensure that all procedures and instructions are followed to mitigate any potential risk to RightShip arising from political (e.g. sanctions) or regulatory/ legal compliance requirements on an ongoing basis
- Customers’/charterers, traders & terminal operators will obtain accurate, comprehensive advice quickly and efficiently
- Screen vessel performance for casualties and detentions by Port State Control and negative terminal reports
Qualifications, Skills & Experience
- Mandatory – Chief Mate or 2nd Engineer (CoC) and have sailed on International Trading vessels for a minimum of 5 years
- Must be able to demonstrate a strong background in safety – Oil Major/Tanker background preferable
- Incident Investigation / Root Cause Analysis Training highly desirable
- Experience in the role of Safety Officer desirable
- Practical knowledge of ship construction, ship structures, ship machinery, ship repairing, ships’ operations, chartering and Quality Management System
- A good understanding of ship surveys and certification including PSC, USCG, Flag State Surveys
- A good understanding of International Legislation relevant to shipping (relevant IMO and ILO regulations) and the Industry Practices and ISM Code, STCW
- A thorough understanding of vessel operations including current industry standards and recommended best practices (such as put out by OCIMF, ICS, Dry bulk, Chemical and Gas vessels)
- Experience in data management and analytics
- Proficient in data extraction, manipulation and presentation, primarily using Excel (essential)
To apply, please visit our LinkedIn job page.