Vessel Operations Assistant

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Our Client, a well-established Marine Shipping Agency is looking for a Vessel Operations Assistant to join their team in Malta. You will cover a multitude of operational duties, including ship clearances with local authorities and Port Calls. We are looking for someone with experience in a similar role, though training will be provided. If you are looking for a role within the marine shipping sector, then we look forward to receiving your CV for this Malta based Vessel Operations Assistant role.
  • Perform Boarding Agency duties and port calls
  • Send daily updated vessel schedules to all relevant parties as new advice is received from vessels/others
  • Prepare incoming/outgoing vessel documentation including but not limited to ship clearances, docking permit, ship clearance requests
  • Provide Husbandry services in a diligent and efficient manner including but not limited to crew, provisions and other related services
  • Coordinate spare parts delivery and servicing with approved vendor
  • Coordinate all bunkering services in accordance to established sound operational practices
  • Attend all other requests from the Captains and Ship Owners such as garbage disposal, sludge, charts, flags, water, inspections, certifications, etc.
  • Ideally a years’ experience in a similar role
  • The ability to coordinate operations with various service providers including terminals will be essential.
  • Training will be provided in-house, previous experience with shipping and logistical companies will be considered an asset.
  • Willing to work outside of normal working hours
  • Good salary
  • Onboard attendance allowances
  • Excellent career prospects
Due to the high volume of applications we receive at GRS Recruitment, only shortlisted candidates will be responded to.
To apply for this position, please email your CV to Laura Constantinou, quoting the above job reference or call +356 27780664 for further information.
Job Summary
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    19 January 2022
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