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Spinnaker is on the search for a logical-thinking, safety-orientated Technical and Compliance Officer for our client’s office based in London.
Our client, a leading flag state looking for a marine professional to join their Inspections and Surveys Department to carry out a wide range of duties associated with the statutory compliance of its diverse fleet.
As a Technical and Compliance Officer your main responsibilities will be to provide guidance to ship owners, managers, recognised organisations, other departments in the administration, and other relevant government agencies. You will also manage inspections, conduct technical reviews and represent the Flag State at various meetings when needed.
To be successful in your application, you will have a wide knowledge of the International Maritime Conventions and Codes; you will either have seagoing experience at a senior level or surveying experience within an IACS Classification society. You must also hold, or have held seagoing qualifications to STCW II/2 and preferably have experience as a Master, Chief Engineer, or Naval Architect.
Please note that all applicants for this position are required to have the existing UK working entitlement.
If you feel this is the perfect role for you, please click ‘Apply Now’.
Spinnaker is working exclusively with a high-caliber ship owner/operator based in Germany to find Senior Project Manager within their Transshipment division.
In this role, you are responsible for the day-to-day running of our Transshipment Projects in various project implementation and management tasks.
You will be tasked to carry out project implementation and management (new and existing Transshipment Projects, and project-within-a-project tasks) in co-operation with the selected teams and other relevant departments, including assessment of risks, technical systems, operational set-ups, financial impact and schemes, system logistics procedures, corporate structures, HR requirements, and procurement co-ordination.
The ideal candidate will be either a Chief Engineer or Master Mariner (Captain) who is commercially astute, with extensive shore-based project management experience. Bulk experience would be preferred but other vessel types will be considered.
For more information, please contact Liam Daly on +44 1702 480 142.
Spinnaker is currently looking for a Marine Representative to work a rotational position for a client of ours, a shipping operator based in the Middle East.
This position is working with Jack-Up Barges and is 6 weeks on, 6 weeks off.
Your responsibilities will include:
• Organising daily operations of the vessels
• Review all documents, risk assessments, task plans, etc.
• Ensure maintenance of all equipment
• Maintain good safety standards on board
• Manage and coordinate subcontractors
Suitable candidates should have:
• A good level of offshore experience as a Chief Mater or Master Mariner onboard Jack-Up Barges
• All standard offshore certifications (Huet/Bosiet, H2S, etc.)
Candidates should be able to speak English fluently.
If this sounds ideal for you, please apply now!
Spinnaker is currently seeking a Contracts Manager to work for a client of ours, a well-established shipping company, within their shipyard based in the Middle East.
The responsibilities for this role will include:
o Managing all processes relating to subcontracting
o Formulating policies and strategies
o Maintaining relationships
o Preparing upfront sub-contracts with the commercial department for vessels arrival dates
o Prepare manpower reports
o Settle disputes
o Manage facilities
• Approve work orders
• Conduct departmental reviews
• Lead a team of Contracting Officers and Admin Assistants
Suitable candidates should have maritime experience within Supply Chain, Purchasing and Procurement, and have had vast exposure to contracts, terms and conditions and labour laws.
If this sounds ideal for you, please apply now!
We are currently seeking a maritime professional, ideally with previous crewing experience for an exciting Crewing Officer role with a crew management services company based in Essex.
Within this role, you will report into the Managing Director and Fleet Director and be responsible for the daily crewing operations of the vessels assigned to you. You will organise embarkation and repatriation of crew, maintain records for the crew database and verify crew certificates. You will also approve port costs and crew expenses.
Keeping up to date with Maritime Flag state legislation and applying that knowledge to ensure all crew are adequately trained and complaint with current regulations will also fall under your remit.
To be suitable for this role you will ideally have 1-2 years’ experience in a similar role. Experience with passenger vessels is advantageous.
Please apply now if you feel this is the perfect next step for you. You can also contact Laura Phayer directly at LPhayer@spinnaker-global.com
A leading marine services company is looking for a Radio Service Engineer to be based in Belgium or the Netherlands.
You will be responsible for installing, servicing, and repairing equipment on board client’s vessels. You will be expected to be adaptable being able to diagnose problems, troubleshoot, deal with software, and have excellent experience of navigation and communications equipment.
You must have at least 1 year of experience working with radios and preferably have GMDSS training.
This is an excellent company with long term prospects and an excellent package for the right candidate. EU working entitlement is required.
Our client is a highly respected shipowner and asset manager headquartered in Hong Kong and is currently in the process of hiring a Purchasing Manager for their team in Hong Kong.
This is a great opportunity to work with a highly prestigious market name that has been transitioning from a traditional owner into an Owner/ Operator business model in recent years. As a Purchasing Manager you will have responsibility for vetting and assessments of vendors, select/propose vendors, requesting tenders from selected/approved Vendors, makers, suppliers, and service providers; carrying out price analysis and comparison; and placing orders and delivery to vessel as per guidance/instruction from Fleet Director.
The position will require someone with a minimum of 5 years of solid experience in a centralized purchasing department, a Diploma, a Degree or above, someone with good people management skills, and finally, good written and spoken English, Chinese, and Mandarin.
If you’re interested to learn more, please do get in touch via email or call on +441702 480 142.
One of our clients is a globally successful ship-management company, looking for a QHSE Manager to join their team in the EU.
Your responsibilities will include ensuring that the company operates in accordance with the highest quality standards in ship-management operations, monitoring the implementation of QHSE processes across all vessels. You will be expected to make appropriate improvements where needed to achieve the highest quality standards.
This organisation is offering a great package to the ideal candidate; someone who has sailed as a Master Mariner with the relevant shore experience to date; tanker vessel experience is essential.
EU working entitlement is required.
We are currently recruiting for a Marine Procurement Manager to join the largest privately-owned ship management company in the UK. The company specialises in the day to day management of a commercial fleet of ships.
Leading a team of 10, you will be responsible for the ongoing management and stability of the global supply chain for companies Marine Division (Stores, Spares, Technical, and Repairs) for a large fleet of vessels.
You will be responsible for optimizing the supplier performance, quality, and pricing outcomes; effective planning and risk reduction; tangible cost-savings; developing and maintaining key stakeholder relationships; commercially astute negotiation and contract management; and effective team leadership, will be critical to the success of the Marine Procurement function.
You will be accountable for ensuring the Marine Procurement function as well as our Suppliers, operate in strict accordance with all company Health, Safety and Environmental; Anti-Bribery and Corruption; Ethical trading policy and Anti-Money Laundering policies, practices, and procedures.
Applicants who already hold the right to work in the UK would be preferred.
For further information or a confidential discussion please contact Liam Daly – LDaly@spinnaker-global.com
Spinnaker have partnered with one of the largest privately-owned ship management companies in the UK to assist in appointing a high calibre and experienced Director of Crewing, to join their leadership team, headquartered in London.
The Director of Crewing will have overall accountability for developing and executing the crewing strategy (Crewing Operations, Marine HR, Training, and Manning Offices), as well as the day-to-day crewing aspects of the fleet.
Previous experience as a Director of Crewing or similar for a fleet c.100 would be an advantage.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a secure global business which continually leads its industry. If you would like to learn more about this opportunity, please do contact Liam Daly on LDaly@spinnaker-global.com
On behalf of our client an industry body for gas carriers and terminal operators, Spinnaker are looking for a Technical Adviser.
The position will be full time, based in London.
You will be involved in creating best practice publications and participating in IMO discussions. Both tasks involve spending a significant amount of time reading regulations, international standards and industry best practice publications.
As Technical Adviser you will be responsible for running multiple working groups, set up to produce best practice publications. Diplomacy and consensus building ability are important skills to bring to this position.
The task of writing and rewriting text in publications is a key role of a the Technical Advisor and publications are required to be highly accurate and of excellent quality.
Your time will therefore be spent on research, carry out multiple reviews of the same draft publication to ensure accuracy.
Attention to detail and careful review are key aspects of the role.
For this role we seek an individual familiar with liquified gas shipping regulations, standards and industry best practice.
You will have the ability to understand complex technical issues and to carry out technical research and therefore a formal technical qualification as an engineer or naval architect would be advantageous.
Fluency in English language with excellent written and oral skills is essential for this position.
All applicants must have the right to live and work in the United Kingdom.
For further information please contact David Tubb – firstname.lastname@example.org
A market leading provider of offshore construction and engineering services to the oil and gas industry is looking for a new procurement and contractor manager for their GCC office.
You will be responsible for managing third party contractors including the tendering and administration of contracts to ensure that they are working to your principals corporate policies and procedures.
Reporting directly to the regional Managing Director you will ideally have extensive procurement or materials management experience in the offshore industry.
An excellent expatriate family package is available for the right candidate. This is an excellent opportunity for a company that has performed extremely strongly in the current market.
Our client, a growing shipyard in the Arabian Gulf, is looking for a Procurement Manager to join their team.
Responsibilities will include assisting with day to day management of the purchasing program to include tracking and maintenance of all phases of the purchasing cycle. You will serve as lead negotiator, develop procurement policies, maintain performance data, and train and manage staff as necessary.
To be suitable for this role you will have previous experience in purchasing in a shipyard and be educated to degree level.
To apply for this role you should have strong experience in a senior procurement position encompassing strategic and leadership roles. A family expatriate package is available for the successful candidate.
Our client, a leading vessel owner in the GCC, are currently looking for a Head of Marine Personnel.
The ideal candidate will have previous experience in crewing with preferably 5 years experience management experience. You will be responsible for reviewing crew related contracts, including budgeting and identifying cost saving strategies. You will also monitor trends and cause of accidents and incidents, developing company strategy to reduce occurrences. You will also be responsible for training seafarers in relation to accidents and monitoring labour market conditions.
Experience in a similar role will be ideal, along with strong management skills and an up to date knowledge of maritime labour laws.