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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Employment opportunity with INTERTANKO - Ports/Terminals & Security Manager

INTERTANKO wishes to advise all its Members that an exciting opportunity has become available to fill the post of INTERTANKO’s Ports/Terminals & Security Manager based at the Association’s London Office.

 

Applicants will be detail- and performance-oriented, with a proven ability to manage, plan and track projects; and be a strong relationship builder and communicator and have experience in collaborating with diverse work teams. They shall have extensive shore based, managerial/operational experience within the oil and chemical tanker sector, (sea-going experience is not a pre-requisite but could prove an advantage). The candidate will be familiar with ISPS requirements, have a sound knowledge of, and be aware of, the inter-relationship between shipping, P&I Clubs, hull and machinery insurance, class, the IMO, industry organisations and shipping agency networks.

 

They must also have a good command of the English language, written and oral; be able to work unsupervised, demonstrate drive, initiative and excellence in their work, but importantly be able to work as an integral part of a very hard working team, an must have an EU work permit. Salary will be negotiable and commensurate with experience.

 

The position will be available from end 2010 due to the approaching retirement of our current Ports & Terminal Manager, following a long and very fruitful service to INTERTANKO over many years. As a consequence, we are now accepting applications for this position - initially via our membership, but we will also be advertising the position more publicly within the next two weeks.

 

Applications should include a concise CV and covering letter, and must initially be submitted to the Director, Marine, Ports, Terminal, Chemical, Environmental & Security division of INTERTANKO (London office), no later than 1 August 2010 at the following e-mail address:  howard.snaith@intertanko.com

 

Contact: Howard Snaith