Develop and maintain an organized plan for efficient crew changes for crew members that ensures continuity of vessel operations and good harmony and relations with crew members
Maximize crew availability by constantly reviewing crew movements and maintaining contact with the off-duty crew
Ensure all crew has proper and up-to-date licensing as required for that position. Send out required reminder notices.
Plan and manage leave rotations for the crews to synchronize with their rejoining or reassignments dates
Ensuring all the certificates, SEA, and relevant crew documents are verified and maintained in the system/software are in place, valid and to process for Marine Audits
Ensure all matters comply with ISM/ISPS Code and the Company Management System in practices, procedures, and record keeping
Provide 24-hour call support to operations during assigned weekends
Personally visit assigned vessels to increase understanding of how this role supports business
Professional certificate, diploma, advanced/higher diploma, bachelor’s degree or COC Class 3 (WKO)
At least 1-2 years experience in crew management will be added advantage
Knowledge, Skill & Abilities (KSA)
Knowledge of industry regulations including STCW and MLC
Knowledge of MLC and Labour law
Excellent communications skills
Problem Solving skills
Proactive, take initiative and well organized
Ability to work with and maintain confidential documentation
Well-versed in crew change procedure during COVID-19 pandemic.
*Interested applicants are required to send their resume to email@example.com by 30 November 2021
EXECUTIVE, RISK AND COMPLIANCE
EXECUTIVE, RISK AND COMPLIANCE
Monitoring of internal policies and procedures, implementation, enforcement and revision in association with but not limited to; Departmental policies & procedures, MACC Act 2009, Personal Data Protection Act 2010, Competition Act 2010, Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 and Companies Act 2016.
Liaise with Ekuinas CGRM team for matters related to risks & compliance.
Coordinating responses to compliance and performance audits that are conducted by external auditors.
Investigate and coordinate responses to queries and issues, implementing action plans for gaps identified and finalising reports.
Work with related Head of Departments to ensure risks register is implemented and changes are upgraded regularly.
Manage the non-vessel operation related policy framework including coordination of the policy library and document control.
Performing a risk assessment: Analyzing current risks and identifying potential risks that are affecting the company
Ensure all employees are educated on the latest regulations and processes.
Minimum Bachelor’s Degree or Professional qualification in related field.
2 years’ proven experience in a risk management role.
Good knowledge of legal requirements and procedures.
Brilliant oral and written communication skills.
Highly-analytical with strong attention to detail.
Experience in internal auditing
Managing controlled documentation in shipping industries.
Assume the role of the Designated Person Ashore (DPA)
Assume the role of the Company Training Manager
Perform site inspection in compliance with company’s HSE procedures
Monitor, arrange and conduct Internal and External audits, Reviews of ISM
Draw up Safety Training Plan, Drills and Exercises
Attend, coordinate and implement Oil Majors’ and Charterers’ HSSErequirements
Vetting and pre-vettinginspections and follow-up on SIRE inspections for closure for all vessels
Attend to casualty, incident, personnel accident investigation, and reporting
Plan, organize and monitor efficient resource management of Marine, Safety and Quality Superintendents
Keep abreast, update and implement New Rules, Regulations and legislation applicable to the Company and fleet; To arrange Flag States Circulars to the vessels
Participate in maritime organizations, committees, and working groups as and when required
Ensure the continual improvement of the Safety and Quality System
Arranging for Shipboard Safety Audits
To ensure Drug & Alcohol tests are conducted as per Shipboard Drug and Alcohol policy
Responsible for Safety Performance of the vessels in the fleet, monitoring performance by various reporting and control means such as internal audits, non-conformance reports, and incident and near misses, and ensuring timely closure
Bachelor degree in Nautical Studies, or equivalent
Class 1 Certificate of Competency
Must have served in the capacity of a Chief Engineer or Master
At least 10 years sea going experience
Minimum 5 years working experience as a HSE superintendent or equivalent
Knowledge, Skill & Abilities (KSA)
Strong leadership skills
Good coaching skills
Work well under pressure
Team player and influencer
Proficient in MS Office and Excel.
Sound knowledge of shipping industry legislation and industry standards
Manages subordinates in the day-to-day operations of the vessel including navigational safety, cargo, ballast and tank cleaning and inspections
Implements procedures to improve quality, productivity and efficiency
Ensures shipments are delivered in a timely manner
Monitor reports to ensure ships meet requirements and possess the relevant documentation
Plan and execute cargo/port operations
Cargo / Port Operations
Ensure the Master executes the voyage safely and effectively as per Charterer’s voyage instructions
Ensure cargo / bunkers surveyors are appointed prior to vessel’s arrival
Ensure Charterer’s Letter of Indemnity is in place in the event of Change discharge port, Change of cargo quantity, Discharge cargo without presentation of original Bills of Lading
Ensure cargo discharge / release order submitted to the vessel prior arrival discharge port
Initiate Incident Report (IIR) on cargo-related incident
Manage and resolve discrepancies in cargo/port operations with advice from legal counsels and protection and indemnity (P&I) clubs
Monitor cargo operations for a fleet of vessels in port to minimise their turnaround time
Maintaining safety standards and procedures is a key part of the job and also be required to act as a member of an Emergency Response Team
The Deputy Company Security Officer
Responsible to fleet’s security related matters
To arrange and manage audits and inspections required
Conduct interviews and make recommendations on new hires
Provide leadership, guidance and direction to section managers across functional areas
Assist Senior Manager in preparing employee performance appraisal reports on an on-going basis
Manage the performance and development process for all direct reports, including providing coaching and development opportunities that allow each individual’s potential to be maximised and used effectively
Manage career development for operations team
Bachelor/ Master Degree in Maritime Studies / Business, Commerce / Economics or equivalent is preferred
Proven work experience as Operations Manager or similar role
Preferably a Master Mariner
Served as Chief Officer or 2nd Engineer on board tanker with shore experience.
Skills and Key attributes:
Excellent communication skills
Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals