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Technical Adviser Regulatory Affairs

Technical Adviser Regulatory Affairs

Published: 30 November 2018

Technical Adviser (Regulatory Affairs)
Oil Companies International Marine Forum
Based Central London

Are you a qualified and experienced professional with significant working experience in the
marine industry, experience of developing policy and positions through consultation and a
thorough understanding of the workings of the International Maritime Organization (IMO)?

If so, and if you are seeking a new challenge, this job opportunity could be of interest to you.
Bring your maritime technical expertise and knowledge to us and harness it to support our
advocacy activities at the IMO on behalf of our 110 global members.

What’s the role?
OCIMF has consultative status at the IMO and represents the views of our members. Day to
day, you will monitor submissions to the IMO to identify, distil and prioritise issues of
interest to our members. You will manage activities to develop OCIMF positions on these
issues, prepare member briefings and support the delivery of agreed positions at IMO. This
will involve participating in IMO and other industry work group meetings, which may extend
into the evenings.

You will also engage with OCIMF committee/sub‐committee members and other senior
people in the maritime industry and IMO Secretariat. Working within the OCIMF Secretariat,
your role will include advising colleagues and OCIMF members on technical aspects of
regulatory issues and responding to technical enquiries. You will report to and work closely
with our Deputy Director/Chief Representative to the IMO.

This is a new role and a rare and exciting opportunity to join OCIMF, the foremost authority
on the safe and environmentally responsible operation of oil tankers, terminals and offshore
support vessels. For more information about OCIMF, visit www.ocimf.org. The position will
initially be offered as a fixed‐term employment contract for one year.

How to apply
Visit www.ocimf.org/organisation/recruitment for full details of the role, including the
essential requirements and instructions on how to apply. The closing date is Friday 28
December 2018, with interviews planned provisionally for the 10 and 11 January 2019.
OCIMF does not have a licence to sponsor migrant workers, so applicants must be able to
prove their eligibility to work in the UK.

OCIMF’s mission is to be the foremost authority on the safe and environmentally responsible
operation of oil tankers, terminals and offshore support vessels, promoting continuous
improvement in standards of design and operation.