We are currently looking for surveyors and others to work with the Kedge team.
Technical Director (Naval Architecture)
As the year draws to a close, are you considering where your naval architect career might head?
You may be looking to step up from your current senior position, or to make impact in a new space as a Tech Director.
We work in the near coastal area and are recognised as people who solve problems and achieve results. Our work is interesting and varied and our team of NA’s, engineers and shipwrights are highly skilled and great to work with. Our work is increasingly focussed on vessel decarbonisation which we view as one of the great NA challenges of our time. If this resonates with you, this is the place to be.
We have an opening for a highly competent, practical NA leader who can assist us to grow our successful business to the next level. You will be able to quickly licence to work in at least Australia and NZ and be willing to travel and meet clients both domestically and internationally.
If this might be you and you would like to discuss the opportunity further, please contact Adam Brancher on firstname.lastname@example.org. All enquires will be treated with the utmost confidence.
Electrical Surveyors and Trainees
If you are passionate about vessel and fleet de-carbonisation and want to join a forward looking organisation and make an impact please reach out. We are looking for people with the personal attributes described below, with additional qualifications in ELV/LV and HV as well as electronics and control experts.
Engineering/Shipwright/Naval Architect Surveyors
If you are based in Australia or New Zealand and are either already an established surveyor or looking to translate your maritime qualifications, skills and experience into the challenging profession of surveying, then please stop and think about contacting us.
We expect you to be a friendly, open, well presented, highly knowledgeable and customer orientated professional surveyor. Your integrity must be beyond reproach, and you must be willing and able to work independently or in small teams.
You will hold or be capable of achieving AMSA accreditation and must hold membership of a reputable maritime professionals association – IIMS , RINA or IMarEST or similar are acceptable.
You will have safety at the forefront of your mind, model best practice in all you do, and be able to quickly establish a rapport with customers. You will be served by an agile, supportive team who will get you to where you need to go, on time and ready to look after our customers.
You will enjoy using our sophisticated but simple survey tools which we provide- these allow you to concentrate on the vessel at hand rather than get swamped in paperwork.
Pay is based on experience and work type and load. we can look at flexible working arrangements to suit you – for all DCV work Australian legislation requires us to employ you, which we will happily do. You will be the face of our business – our best reason for our excellent customers to come to us and stay with us.
If this looks like you and you are interested in chatting further please call Adam on 0417 544 339 for a confidential discussion.