At this moment we are seeking to employ


1. a qualified Marine Superintendent to join the Dry division of our Marine Operations department where (s)he will:

  • liaise with the Master on a wide range of issues to ensure safe, efficient and environmentally sound operation of the fleet
  • regularly attend vessels for Audits, 3rd party inspections and dry docks
  • prepare well-documented replies in reaction to 3rd party inspections and audits
  • keep abreast of changes in international rules and regulations and Vetting requirements
  • train crew in safe navigation and efficient operation during vessel attendance
  • interview officers and evaluate their performance
  • actively participate in office fleet meetings

The ideal candidate:

  • holds a Captain Class A diploma
  • has a minimum of two years sea-going experience as a Master on board B/Cs
  • has an excellent command of the English language
  • possesses strong communication, negotiation and organization skills
  • is computer literate, flexible and resilient
  • enjoys being part of a dynamic team

CV’s of candidates with a Captain Class B diploma and at least four years experience as C/O on board B/Cs will also be taken into account.

Experience in a similar position will be considered an advantage.


2. an Assistant Superintendent Engineer to join our Technical Department where (s)he will:

  • Provide assistance to Superintendent Engineer(s)
  • Monitor vessels’ operations, performance and maintenance
  • Attend class inspections, dry dockings & repairs and special projects

The ideal candidate:

  • holds an MSc in Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering
  • is fluent in English
  • has strong communication & IT skills
  • has an eye for detail and a methodical approach to work, and
  • enjoys being part of a dynamic team

A few years experience in a similar position will be considered an advantage.


3. a Crew Officer to join its Crew department where (s)he will:

  • liaise with affiliated Manning Agencies abroad
  • ensure that crew is properly selected and prepared for employment
  • coordinate crew travels with travel / manning / port agents and ship, and
  • keep in close contact with seafarers and their families

The ideal candidate:

  • has a University degree in Shipping studies
  • has an excellent command of the English language
  • possesses good communication and interpersonal skills
  • is flexible and resilient
  • is IT literate
  • is willing and able to travel abroad for extended periods

This is an excellent opportunity for a people-oriented University graduate who is seeking to pursue a career as Crew Officer but does not yet have the required experience as extensive training is provided.

Tests may form part of the selection procedure.


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Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted.