Main Purpose :
To ensure proper operation of TC vessels and maximize performance time charter equivalent (TCE), following global standards and International regulations at all times.
Knowledge Skills and Abilities, Key Responsibilities :
2-5 years’ office experience
Preferably Master’s Diploma A or B Class
Sea experience in oil tankers
Strong business acumen and commercial approach
Ability to work in a multinational challenging, fast paced, high pressure environment
Ability to speak / write English fluent
High IT system literacy
Key Responsibilities :
Undertake voyage planning to meet international regulation and respond to vessel issues
Handle bunker optimisation
Review stowage planning
Coordinate Agency appointments
Provide Voyage Orders to vessels
Monitor vessels performance during all voyages i.e.speed and consumption, and manage tank cleaning optimization
Handle questionnaires, certificates, LOI’s and all relevant supporting docs
Update company’s software with required data
Working with internal and external counterparties to ensure the smooth management of ongoing operations, including pre and post operations activities
Key Relationships and Department Overview :
The Shipping Operations department manages one of the world’s largest Time Charter fleets in the world, handling all aspects of Time Charter vessel operations for the company, across liquid and gas tankers.
The department is part of the broader Energy Operations division which executes on physical trades, a long-term business where strategic investments in storage and logistics capabilities around the world are central to our business model.