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Chemical Tanker Operator - Stamford, USA
We are currently working with a leading tanker pool operator, specialising in commercial asset management of chemical and oil tankers, to find a Chemical Tanker Vessel Operator to join their team in Singapore. This is due to an expansion the company is currently going through. Responsibilities: · To ensure that all voyages are performed with primary regard to the safety of the crew, vessel and the protection of the environment · Maintain close relationships with charterers, pool members, managers, partners, brokers, agents, etc. · Understand the specifications of the vessels under one’s remit and terms agreed with Owner to ensure vessels are operated within these agreements · Ensure compliance with charterparty terms agreed · In a timely fashion, provide Master with all require information, including but limited to: voyage orders, suggested stowage, relevant MSDS, discharge instructions, etc. · Ensure that all relevant parties are updated on changes to orders and vessel itineraries · Negotiate agency fees and appoint agents as necessary · Provisionally plan the stowage of booked cargoes in compliance with relevant regulatory regulations, vessel limitations, charterparty and customer requirements · Timely, efficient, and cost-effective coordination and purchase of bunkers · Coordinate in close cooperation with vessels’ Master and local agent most efficient port turnaround/rotation where relevant, closely monitoring performance in port · Monitor performance and minimise vessels’ operational costs to ensure performance of voyages are in line with expectations · Check accuracy and approving of cargo documentation such as bills of lading, statement of facts, etc. · Coordinate with the vessels’ Master and ship managers in the event of a marine incident and escalate to Management · Check freight/hire invoices to ensure accuracy upon completion of loading or delivery/re-delivery to Charterers · Ensure that voyage management system (IMOS) is timely and accurate Experience/Skills: · Relevant experience as a Ship Operator in the chemical trade is preferred. Candidates coming directly from sea will also be considered provided they have sailed on chemical tankers to a minimum rank of 3rd Officer. · University or Diploma holder · Fluent in written and spoken English in ensure seamless communication with internal and external stakeholders. · Knowledge of IBC Code · Experience using IMOS is desirable · US work entitlement required If you hold the desired experience and skill set, apply below, or contact Matthew at [email protected] PR/017119
Sales Manager - North America

Develop a brand-new territory for this successful maritime SaaS organisation.

Companies are seeking solutions to address the challenges and opportunities that supply chain visibility and resilience present.

It will be your challenge to develop and close the first new customers in North America.

As the Sales Manager, you’ll lead on customer account planning, strategy, and sales cycle, and ensuring that customers’ needs and expectations are met.

Joining an entrepreneurial organisation, you’ll use your experience in selling SaaS solution to freight forwarders and shipping to work with c-level executives, users, and business influencers to build and expand business for this AI based solution.

This position is not about selling a spare part, or an item based on cost.

It’s not just about selling a product.

The culture of this organisation is to work with the business leaders in partnership, to understand them and meet their needs by building a solution that’s right for them.

If you love technology, love to hunt for business opportunities, have a knowledge of Supply Chain Logistics, Liner Shipping, Ocean Cargo or Freight Forwarding this company want you to become the trusted advisor to the companies they serve.

This position offers hybrid working; you will be expected to be in the Washington DC office a least a couple of times per week.

Interested? Send me an email to arrange a call.

Lawyer - Houston, USA

An international energy company is seeking a lawyer with maritime experience to join them in their Houston office.

This role will involve providing legal advise on a wide range of issues and agreements related to shipping, trade, trade finance and commercial law.

To be considered for this position, you must be qualified to practice law in the US with up to 4 years’ post qualification experience.

Portuguese language skills would be advantageous!

Apply now for immediate consideration or contact Tom Brooks ([email protected]) for more details.

Sales Manager - North America

You’ll be developing business and selling a variety of services to the North American – USA and Canada, maritime market.

Representing a group of companies, the services you’ll sell will include marine technical services and project management, marine surveying, inspections and quality assurance, marine personnel training as well as marine hardware for satellite communication, including subscription services.

You’ll be accountable to the senior management of the group and be able to demonstrate the pipeline of opportunities you have been developing.

As a seasoned sales and business development professional, you will be given the freedom to manage your own schedule and plan in generating and closing opportunities.

Having knowledge of, experience in, and connections in the North American maritime market will be essential.

This position would be ideal for an individual currently working on several contracts.

Preference would be for you to be based in Fort Lauderdale near the company HQ. However, with the nature of the position and travel involved, location can be flexible.

Entitlement to live and work in the United States of America is essential, unfortunately without this you cannot be considered for the position.

Senior Bunker Trader - New York

We are currently partnered with a major international supplier and trader of bunker fuels globally who are in the process of a major expansion project. Part of this is to bring a Senior Bunker Trader into their team in New York.

Our client are pioneers in the bunker space and have made big strides ahead of the market in entering the digital space and with their carbon offset platform. They are looking at more physical locations globally as part of their wider growth which will further establish them as the major international supplier of bunker fuel.

This is a great opportunity for a Senior Trader to join a growing and high-performance team. Our client is ideally looking for someone that can bring some business with them and individuals that are well connected but what is more important for them is someone that will fit well within the team, is forward thinking and has innovative new ideas to bring to the table. Suitable candidates can either be working as an experienced Bunker Trader or Bunker Purchaser within an Owner/ Charterer.

If interested please contact Matt Cornelius at [email protected]