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Quality Assurance
500,000 - 749,999 Ks.

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Preferred Candidate

Career level:
Experienced (non-manager)
Bachelor's degree
Minimum years of experience:
less than 2 years

Professional Skills

independent inspection of oil and petrochemicals products

Language Skills

Myanmar, English

Job Description

Key Responsibilities

  • To follow instruction provided by the Operations Executive (OE) with respect to the job. To review the job file prior to inspection ensuring all instructions are in order. Any doubts should be clarified and resolved with the respective OE before proceeding with the job.
  • Check with port operations, agents and terminals for arrival and berthing status of vessels.
  • To be present in the location on time or at least 30 minutes before start of job. Prepare all necessary tools, instruments and documentation needed to perform inspection.
  • Supervise loading, unloading and transhipment of bulk liquid product, crude and gas tankers. Carry out proper reference sampling of various liquid and gas cargoes.
  • Inspect shore tanks, ships' tanks, related pumps and lines for cleanliness and perform wall wash when required.
  • Measure shore tanks and ships' tanks and determine volumes and weights of cargo.
  • Initiate necessary action to prevent possible contamination during loading or unloading.
  • Reconcile any variance after loading or discharging.
  • Record all timings and occurrences during loading or discharging and issue NOAD or
  • LOP to Chief Officer or Terminal.
  • Update Operations Executives on the daily activities in the terminal including special circumstances and problems encountered during inspection.
  • Highlight to terminal and vessel personnel on any possible discrepancies and contamination during loading and discharging. Suggest implementation of preventive measures.


  • Create field report legibly and check/organise them before handing over to Operations Executive.
  • Provide guidance to trainee or junior inspectors when on the job.
  • Ensure all work done is in accordance with Inspectorate Fair Trade Policy.
  • Maintain equipment, apparatus and bicycle used. Ensure only calibrated equipment are used for inspection. Bring back equipment to office 10 days before due for calibration.
  • To perform any other task as assigned by Senior Management.

Position Requirements


  • Education: Minimum NITEC or G.C.E ‘O’ Level or ‘N’ Level or SEAFARER on Tankers, and/or
  • Experience: Minimum 6 months in petroleum surveying; and
  • Basic knowledge & skills in sampling, gauging, temperature taking and calculations according to API MPMS standards;
  • Required to work outdoors on land and at sea.
  • Required to work long hours and days at a stretch.
  • Required to write and speak good English.
  • Able to withstand heights and entry into enclosed space.
  • Be physically fit.

About the Company

The Vinarco Group of companies was established in 1993 and has expanded to become a market leader in the provision of highly qualified technical consultancy services, initially, to the Oil & Gas, Power, Petrochemical, and Construction industries. Today, our industry coverage have now extended to other key major industries i.e. Information Technology, Manufacturing, FMCG, Infrastructures etc. Our core business lies in the provision of both Technical and Non -Technical professional, serving our clients across industries. is a free platform for Job seekers. If an Employer asks for any kind of payment, reimbursement, or personal financial information, please report this by clicking on the Report Abuse link.