Job title: LNG Marine Superintendent
Location: London, UK
Who are we working for?
Executive Integrity are recruiting for alongside a renowned and market-leading LNG shipping company. Our client is one of the largest Gas Fleet Owners in the world. Due to the rapid expansion of my client's LNG fleet, I am seeking to recruit an LNG Marine Superintendent for their London office.
What will you be doing?
As a Marine Superintendent, you will be working within a dynamic team responsible for the safe and economic operation of a fleet of vessels.
Supporting fleet operations teams in all aspects of the vessels' daily operations relating to marine operations.
Leading management and support functions for all Marine, Security, and Vetting processes.
Responsible for Navigational, Cargo and Mooring, Security, and Vetting, standards with authority to implement controls and initiatives to drive and maintain fleet standards.
Are you the ideal candidate?
This is an excellent opportunity for a qualified Master Mariner/Chief Office looking to be part of a highly recognised company. Experience as a Marine Superintendent is preferred. Knowledge of LNG is essential and need to be competent in operations. 3 days a week in London office is mandatory.
Candidates must have at least 4 years seagoing experience ideally on gas carriers.
Minimum Class 2 CoC Chief Officer/Master Mariner
Superintendent experience beneficial
Strong knowledge of vessels' technical requirements and voyage regulations
Excellent project management skills
Very good people management skills
Team work and cooperation
Very good organisational skills
Fluency in English
Who are we?
Executive Integrity is a global executive search and recruitment consultancy for a more sustainable world with a focus on talent within the Maritime and Renewable Energy sectors. We give a proportion of all our profits to Renewable World, a charity that develops affordable and innovative renewable energy solutions to poverty-stricken communities.
For every placement we make, we plant a tree with the National Trust.