VARD is one of the major global designers and shipbuilders of specialized vessels. Headquartered in Norway and with approximately 10,000 employees, VARD operates eight strategically located shipbuilding facilities, including five in Norway, two in Romania, one in Brazil and one in Vietnam. Through its specialized subsidiaries, VARD develops power and automation systems, deck handling equipment, and vessel accommodation solutions, and provides design and engineering services to the global maritime industry. VARD’s long shipbuilding traditions, cutting-edge innovation and technology coupled with its global operations and track record in constructing complex and highly customized vessels have earned it recognition from industry players and enabled it to build strong relationships with its customers. Every employee at VARD is part of a team. All our major achievements are team efforts. In order to create a working environment that supports our objectives we believe in planning, inspiration, dedication and, most of all, innovation. A long term career & attractive remuneration will be offered to successful candidates. Applications must be in English & should include cover letter, reference number, CV, certified copies of qualifications, required salary & references & should be forwarded before 10 December 2023 to Ms. Pham Thi Thu Ha – HR Advisor - Recruitment, VARD Vung Tau Limited, Dong Xuyen Industrial Zone, Rach Dua Ward, Vung Tau City. Or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org You can find out more about us at www.vard.com Company Benefits: Salaries are reviewed & adjusted annually; A long term career at a Professional and Dynamic working environment; Training to be provided locally and/ or internationally. The purpose of this role is to carry out the assigned duties, which include but no limit to: Patrol to ensure Hull standards are met; Inspect the incoming materials and make reports properly; Patrolling to ensure materials and corresponding welding consumables, WPS, etc. qualify the criteria; Patrolling to ensure no deviation between fabrication and drawing requirements; Take pre-inspection with related departments to ensure the readiness for official inspection Collect all information to make Request for Inspection (RFI) as well as get all inspection reports properly; Work with Class Surveyor, Ship Owner to conduct inspection properly; Prepare all procedures and instruction documentation relating to the specific working requirements; Organize quality meetings; Co-ordinate with Project, Engineering and Production Departments to address 3rd party’s comments; Report directly to Quality Manager all issues concerning the project in charge. Qualifications Required: Bachelor or Master Degree within naval, marine or general engineering. Other Requirements: Understanding Hull standards and corresponding testing; Understanding shipbuilding technology; Understanding the National and International Rules, Regulation of Classification Societies and Authorities in Shipbuilding; English written and spoken are mandatory; Basic computer knowledge is mandatory; Minimum 3 years experience.