DP Vessel Manager
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Ongoing Recruitment at Energi Talent Resourcing
Energi Talent Resourcing are a specialist technical recruitment partner to the Oil & Gas and Power sector; finding and placing market-leading talent. We help organisations to attract the most suitable talent in the market instead of being limited to a list of candidates that are actively seeking jobs.
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Position: DP Vessel Managerâ
Overview:We are currently representing a leading client within the Nigerian Marine sector for urgent search for a DP Vessel Manager. We are keen to receive CVâs from qualified candidates within marine who are available to start soon with valid certificates.
Role ResponsibilitiesManaged offshore vessels in Nigeria and West Africa. Work closely with the Operations Manager. Handled the day to day running of the vessels, including certification, crewing matters, ship audit/safety, stores etc. Carried out on/off hires surveys, vessels inspections, prepared repair action items and ensured vessels are maintained to class and flag Interface with Clients; Customs, Immigration, shipping Agents, port authority and local communities etc. Coordinate vessels importation and re-exportation. Ensured certifications of ISM/ISPS.
QualificationsMinimum of 7 yearsâ experience in Marine Compliance. Qualifications and sea-going experience as a certified ship officer to STCW,1978 or as amended is an added advantage BSc/HND in a relevant field of Management, Engineering or Physical Science
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