Fleet Personnel Manager

Location Glasgow
Discipline: Ship Management
Job type: Permanent
Salary: Negotiable
Contact name: Rory Edwards

Contact email: rory.edwards@executive-integrity.com
Job ref: BBBH473_1663339342
Published: 17 days ago
Expiry date: 29 Sep 2022 00:59

Job title: Fleet Personnel Manager

Location: Glasgow, UK

Who are we recruiting for?

The client is a globally recognised shipping company in energy transportation, with one of the largest fleets of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) vessels. They are committed to providing the highest level of operational performance for their customers, and always safety first.

What will you be doing?

Reporting to the Director of Marine HR, the Fleet Personnel Manager is primarily responsible for the efficient running of the Marine HR operations team in Glasgow. This role provides knowledge and advice, where required, in relation to Marine HR policies and procedures within the fleet. The position is largely responsible for manning, performance management and delivery on all fleet manning goals. This position supports the Vessel Managers and Fleet Managers in aspects relating to vessel manning as well as the Director, Marine HR with any other aspects relating to Marine HR.

Major Responsibilities

  • Treat safety and environmental compliance as a top priority.

  • Lead the fleet Marine HR operations team in Glasgow and in particular provide daily mentoring and coaching to the Lead MPOs in order to help them develop in their roles

  • Manage and oversee the Marine personnel co-ordinators within the Marine HR team in Glasgow and Manila

  • Manage and oversee the third party manning agency in Manila responsible for the crewing requirements of our Filipino ratings and officers.

  • Operational responsibility for all aspects of crew management for the fleet including but not limited to compliance, crew planning, safe manning, STCW, MLC and IMO regulations.

  • Support strategic planning for Marine HR operations and provide support as and when required in other related initiatives including the development of Marine HR procedures.

  • Ensuring charterer's matrices are always met.

  • Provide general MHR expertise to Vessel Managers and Fleet Manager as and when required.

  • Overall responsibility for follow through on personal development of officers and crew ensuring that procedures and requirements are always maintained.

  • Conduct monthly manpower analysis, projections and prepare monthly and quarterly Marine HR KPI reports.

  • Prepare, monitor and review monthly the annual manning and crew travel budget analysis/OPEX reports for the fleet in liaison with the business analysts.

  • Monthly/Quarterly MHR budget reporting to charterers and senior management.

  • Act as a mentor for more junior members in the team.

Are you the ideal candidate?

The ideal candidate will have experience working within Marine HR and has excellent people management and leadership skills. This person will need at least 5 years experience working within Marine HR Operations and have knowledge of marine training and certification legislation and requirements.


  • People management and leadership skills.

  • Understanding of manning functions within the organisation.

  • Ability to respond positively to customers in an effective manner.

  • Demonstrates teamwork, interpersonal and communication skills.

  • Ability to prioritise tasks and adapt to a changing environment.

  • Knowledge of marine training and certification legislation and requirements.

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications.

  • 5 years of experience within Marine HR operations.

Who are we?

Executive Integrity is a global executive search and recruitment consultancy with a focus in the Maritime and Renewable Energy sectors for a more sustainable world. We donate a proportion of our annual profits to Renewable World, a charity that develops affordable and innovative renewable energy solutions to poverty-stricken communities.

Every placement we make, we plant a tree with the National Trust.