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Assistant Surveyor of Ship

“Although I am usually the only woman on board, I have to act as a fire-fighter in the drills, carrying full set of gears with helmet, oxygen cylinder, and fire hose, opening the hatch cover, climbing the cat ladder, passing through narrow space, and putting out the fire in the engine room. They would not take special care of me just because I am a woman. We all work together to ensure navigational safety." Yoyo, Assistant Surveyor of Ship of Marine Department. “While I was working on board, I had come across surveyors conducting all kinds of surveys. As time passed, I became interested in their monitoring role for vessels. After working ashore, I want to broaden my professional knowledge in the maritime industry and continue to make use of my previous experience on-board. That is the reason why I decided to apply for the post of Assistant Surveyor of Ships." Raymond, Assistant Surveyor of Ship of Marine Department. Please watch our video to find out more information about the work of Assistant Surveyor of Ship of Marine Department and its career prospect. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Assistant Marine Officer

Assistant Marine Officer(Marine Department)Vincent, "When we are on board, all are in the same team, everyone has to be dedicated to his post and give their best to perform their duties. No matter we are collaborating with other government departments to conduct search and rescue missions, or handling accidents on our own vessels, we have to uphold our professionalism and work together to tackle the problems."Assistant Marine Officer(Marine Department)Angus, "I used to be a Deck Officer of an ocean-going container shipping company. I worked on board for eight years. Then I heard that the Marine Department was recruiting Assistant Marine Officers. After three to four years of training, we may be promoted to the rank of Marine Officer, so I decided to join the Marine Department."Please watch our video to find out more information about the work of Assistant Marine Officer of Marine Department and its career prospect. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Surveyor of Ships

Surveyor of Ships of Marine Department, Tak, “There are two major reasons why I have decided to join the Marine Department and work as a Ship Surveyor. For one thing, I am interested in engineering. Then, I love travelling abroad to explore the world. Also, I have been encouraged by my university seniors who worked as deck crew. As a result, I have decided to take up a seafaring career. “ Surveyor of Ships of Marine Department, Tai, “Similar to Tak, I have decided to pursue a seafaring career right after graduating from university. Once I have accumulated 6 years’ experience on ocean-going vessels and 2 years’ experience in vessel management, I have decided to apply for Surveyor of Ships of Marine Department for its attractive remuneration, well-designed on-the-job training and bright prospects with a clear career path. “ Please watch the video for more information about job duties, career path… etc. of Surveyor of Ships of Marine Department. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page

Marine Officer

Marine Officer of Marine Department, Man, “Life is moving way too fast, all teenagers should seize the moments to explore the world and broaden the horizons. I have decided to take up a seafaring career in which female mariners are rarely found, yet I believe it can let me learn to be independent. And now, I have even worked as Marine Officer of Marine Department. “ Marine Officer of Marine Department, Him, “Working on ocean going vessels provide us with the opportunities to visit different countries and experience the local culture. For example, I have been to Gothenburg in Sweden and Bremen in Germany to experience their magnificent architecture and heritage. If you enjoy experiencing different cultures through travelling, I would strongly recommended you to pursue a seafaring career, and then join the Marine Department as a Marine Officer to put into practice what has been learned. “ Please watch the video for more information about job duties, career path… etc. of Marine Officers of Marine Department. Organisation chartOfficial recruitment page