Sustainability Analyst – London

Sustainability Analyst – London
Our client, a leading global logistics and shipping company, is looking to bring in a talented Sustainability Analyst to support their Sustainability Team in executing and delivering sustainability projects and activities across Europe and Africa.

  • Support preparation work for the Sustainability Reporting Directive (SRD) project, including leading and coordinating sub-team activities, risk identification through data analysis, and assisting with project management tasks.
  • Assist in ensuring regulatory compliance for sustainability/ESG-related legislation in the EU and UK, collaborating with internal teams and external consultants.
  • Develop and implement sustainability/ESG initiatives in line with the company’s ESG strategy and Medium-Term Management Plan.
  • Interpret data, examine existing policies, review industry trends, and provide recommendations for improvement.


  • In-depth knowledge and experience in sustainability and ESG management.
  • Prior experience in a similar data analysis or project management role.
  • Basic understanding of the international shipping/logistics business.
  • Ability to plan, launch, and manage new projects, including organizational structure and communication setup.
  • Skilled in mapping out strategies, creating action plans, and collaborating with external professionals and internal teams.
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, and presentation skills.
  • Strong data analysis, research, report writing, and project management capabilities.
  • Proficiency in Office 365, Teams, and data analytics tools.
  • Business acumen, problem-solving, innovation, and continuous improvement mindset.

Location: Based in London (with occasional business travel).
If you are a driven sustainability professional with a passion for driving positive change, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.

Energy Performance Engineer – London

Our client, a well-established shipping company in London, is looking to add an Energy Performance Engineer to their team. This role is responsible for monitoring a fleet of section of vessels for compliance with regulations related to energy efficiency, fuel emissions, and environmental performance.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Evaluate new technologies and retrofits for improving vessel environmental performance.
  • Prepare plans for vessels to meet energy efficiency and emissions reduction targets.
  • Support technical managers during retrofits and dry dock periods related to energy efficiency upgrades.
  • Communicate with suppliers, class societies, flag states, and internally with technical, operations, and broker teams.

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Naval Architecture, Marine Engineering, or a related engineering field.
  • 3+ years of experience in a similar fleet performance/efficiency role.
  • Strong computer skills for data analysis and reporting (proficiency in Microsoft tools or similar).
  • Ability to work effectively in a high-performing team environment.

The ideal candidate will possess the right technical background, data analysis capabilities, and experience in improving vessel energy efficiency and environmental compliance.

If you thrive in a dynamic environment and are passionate about driving sustainability in the shipping industry, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.

Apply for more information.

Learning and Development Manager – London

Learning and Development Manager – London
Our client is a leading shipping company looking for an experienced Learning and Development Manager to join their team in London. Reporting into a Director, this is a fantastic opportunity to make your mark in a senior Learning and Development role for all shore-based staff. 
Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop and deliver the training and development strategy across the group.
  • Build the in-house L&D capability.
  • Work closely with key internal stakeholders to identify skills gaps and design tailored training solutions.
  • Oversee the group’s leadership and management development programs.
  • Evaluate training effectiveness and promote a culture of continuous learning.

 The Ideal Candidate:

  • Proven learning and development expertise with at least 8 years’ experience.
  • Strong leadership capabilities. 
  • Commercial acumen with ability to align L&D solutions to business goals
  • Knowledge across a range of training disciplines including leadership development, technical training, e-learning, digitization, etc.
  • Excellent relationship management and influencing skills.

Currently the company do not have an L&D department so this will be an opportunity for you to make it your own!
Please get in touch to discuss further details including salary expectations and benefits. (Please be aware that this will be 5 days per week at there office in London).

Vessel Performance Analyst – Singapore

We are looking for a Vessel Performance Analyst to join a shipping company based in Singapore.

You will support the operations team by overseeing and evaluating performance metrics for owned and time-chartered vessels. You will pinpoint underperforming vessels, identify inconsistent data, act as an expert user of optimization platforms, guide the team on emissions, detect system inefficiencies, ensure data accessibility, validate savings and model accuracy, and provide speed and consumption details.


  • Prior experience in vessel operations or served as a 2nd Officer or 3rd Engineer.
  • Essential IT competencies include:
  • Proficiency in MS Excel.
  • A strong inclination towards vessel performance/data analytics.
  • Effective communication abilities.

If you would like to learn more about the role, company, and salary package on offer, contact Liam Daly.

Technical Compliance Officer – London

We have an exciting opportunity to work as a Technical Compliance Officer for a Ship Registry based in London. 

The nature of the role is to ensure compliance with international Code and convention requirements for registered ships. Along with providing advice to ship owners, managers and classification societies and other parties on International Legislation.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide technical guidance and assistance to ship owners, managers, classification societies and other stakeholders on maritime legislation and statutory requirements of The Bahamas and international conventions.
  • Oversee and manage The Company’s annual inspection regime and follow up on any required actions.
  • Oversee port state detentions and take necessary follow up measures.
  • Conduct reviews to ensure compliance with statutory requirements and issue relevant certifications.
  • Deliver technical presentations as needed.
  • Conduct technical reviews of vessels proposed for registration and provide recommendations.
  • Represent The Company at International Maritime Organization (IMO) meetings and other bodies as required. Actively participate in working and correspondent groups.
  • Attend and lead marketing activities and stakeholder meetings in support of business development as required.
  • Develop and revise technical guidance documents and policies.
  • Serve as Emergency Response Officer and Port State Control Officer on a rotational basis.
  • Any other duties as assigned by the Director/Head of Department.


  • Senior level seagoing experience as Master/Chief Engineer or survey experience with a classification society or flag state preferred.
  • Strong technical knowledge of maritime regulations and conventions.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to collaborate with stakeholders and represent the organization.


The company will offer a competitive base salary, discretionary bonus, healthy pension, private medical insurance and hybrid working. 

You must hold UK working entitlement with no future sponsorship to be considered for this role

To find out more, please contact me on 01702 480 142.

Procurement Officer – Italy

We are representing a large shipping company to help them find a Procurement Officer to based at their office based in Italy. 

They are looking to offer the individual a competitive base salary, bonus and benefits which include Private Medical Insurance and more. They will also off a relocation package for someone from the EU.

To be considered for the role, you will need to have worked in a similar role for at least 3+ years within shipping or logistics.

You will need to be someone who has a good attitude, hard-working, flexible and can go the extra mile. In their words, “You need to be ready to fight”.

It’s an excellent time to join the company as expansion in on the cards.

For more information about the day-to-day responsibilities of the role, please contact Liam Daly at [email protected]