Weight Inspector

Accountability

The Weight Inspector weighs and register all goods that are loaded on or unloaded from board the yachts under construction, in accordance with the applicable procedures and guidelines.

  • Initiate and contribute to improvement proposals, yard standards, work methods, processes and procedures; 
  • Ensure that all materials that are loaded on – or unloaded from board are weighed;
  • Ensure that all involved employees and third parties comply with the applicable procedures and guidelines;
  • Report repeatedly occurring problems/neglect of duty by employees (of subcontractors) to management; 
  • Supervise the weighing of all goods that are loaded on- or unloaded from board using the proper equipment;
  • Register weights in the automated system; 
  • Monitor progress and quality of performed work to the manager;
  • Ensure that all internal and external employees control and register weights in accordance with the applicable procedures;
  • Ensure that all involved employees and third parties comply with the applicable procedures and guidelines;  
  • Supervise the weighing of goods and register these weights in the appropriate automated systems, in accordance with the applicable procedures and guidelines.
  • Ensure compliance with the procedures, corporate rules, guidelines, national and international rules and regulations, norms and standards, safety, quality and environmental guidelines as applicable;
  • Register information in the appropriate automated systems;

Qualifications

For this position you:

  • Can communicate verbally and in writing in the form of reports, correspondence, consultation and coordination (in Dutch and English);
  • Have experience with AutoCAD drawings to gather and check information;
  • Have experience consulting, for instance, with clients and suppliers;
  • Can work accurate and fast to gather, for instance, required documents from suppliers;
  • Have several years experience in a comparable position;
  • Have a relevant technical diploma;
  • Have knowledge of applicable marine and offshore regulations and industry standards;