Assistant Marine Superintendent

AM Recruitment
01 Feb 2018
18 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

To assist the operation and wider management team in the provision of marine operational expertise to ensure all vessels and crew meet their safety, environmental and operational requirements.


• To assist in the management of the marine operations ensuring that obligations for availability of expertise, equipment and personnel are met at all times in order to maintain customer satisfaction and operational efficiency.

• To maximise the operational efficiency and effectiveness of marine operations and marine equipment in compliance with the operating manual, with a particular emphasis on health & safety issues and lifesaving/firefighting equipment.

• To provide operational support to port management team and crew in order to maintain efficient towage operations. To assist in all areas of the operations team and take duties on a rota’d basis as part of the operations team.

• To assist in the coordination of training and development ensuring that marine (deck and engine) personnel meet and national requirements with respect to certification and training.

• Work with the Technical Engineering team to ensure safe and effective transfer of vessels between ports and associated familiarisation of personnel to vessels.

• Assist in the maintenance of the Quality and Safety Management System.

• To maintain all crew records including the management of all timesheets for processing by pay roll and the submission of the required input to pay roll to ensure that crew are paid correctly.

• Process operational invoices, entering details into HELM to ensure that sales invoices can be generated in a timely way.

• Update and maintain “Cover Time Out” to ensure that are achieving transparency of crew utilisation and flexibility in order to reduce crew cost, sickness certificates are obtained as necessary.

• To undertake other duties as required in line with home port requirements

• Any other reasonable management request


• 5 GCSE’s including English and Maths or equivalent

• Professional deck department qualifications to a minimum of STCW II/3 preferred but not essential.

• Familiarity with Maritime Rules, Regulations, Codes and Guidelines; ISM Code and ISPS requirement’s and class preferred

• Shoreside marine, technical and training experience required, particularly with regard to regulations and legislation, including knowledge of Manila amendments

• Experience with small craft preferred

• Some shore commercial / managerial experience preferred

• UK driving licence required


• Ability to set objectives and deliver results that have direct long-term impact

• Ability to communicate new concepts and practices persuasively at all levels

• Ability to identify problems and provide innovative solutions

• Ability to apply broad knowledge and leaderships skills to related job areas

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