Fleet Manager

Job details

Job reference nr.:MV-126802
Job category:Offshore Marine, Renewables
Type of work:Permanent
Start date:December 6, 2021
Job location:Netherlands

Short summary

We are looking for a Fleet Manager on permanent base who will be working in the Netherlands from the head office from our client who is active within the wind industry. Are you experienced within the shipping and wanted be a part of energy transition? Then you might be the perfect person we are looking for. 

Job description

Our client is active within the offshore wind industry and have their experience within shipping. As they are growing quite fast they are now in search of a Fleet Manager who will join their wonderful organization and wants to be a part of the company.

Responsibilities 

Operational:

  • Company representative and focal point for client at assigned ports and sites.
  • Contract awareness for assigned clients.
  • Take part in all KPI meetings as requested by the client and provide commercial / contractual updates to senior management as requested by respective site clients.
  • Responsible for the day-to-day operations of the site(s) and vessels as assigned to them
  • Assist the client in non-standard marine operational requests.
  • Coordinating the daily operation between the vessels, company’s management team and client.
  • Build and maintain professional relationships with relevant suppliers, Port Authorities and Ship Yards. (including warehouse workers, vendors, purchasing managers, suppliers etc.)
  • Facilitate the purchase of consumable items for the vessel.
  • Ensure that all safety & emergency procedures are followed in accordance with company’s Safety Management documents, Company policies and local clients ERP.
  • Crew accommodation management including renting, fitting out and maintenance of suitable properties for Company’s crews in the designated local port areas with regular reviews/inspections of properties to ensure the correct standards are being maintained by the crew and landlords.
  • Make local crew arrangements in consultation with the Training department and CTV Crewing Services.
  • Liaise with the chartering department for new projects implementation and contract changes within the designated ports.
  • Prepare new site locations for new Company projects and produce new site manuals and relevant documentation for the project.
  • Follow up class and flag state requirements.
  • Conducts weekly vessel visits with the crews to discuss Company’s internal communications and any other business.
  • Create and present relevant company’s and client reports in line with individual port and client requirements.
  • Work in collaboration with other departmental managers to ensure a free-flowing information process.
  • Assist and support Lead Captains in the execution of their roles.

Management of:

  • crew performance
  • crew welfare
  • crewing issues reporting and management of with the CTV crewing department
  • Assisting CTV crewing and Training department with the management of annual appraisals and PIP’s for crews.
  • ADHOC out of hours travel planning.
  • Prepare and submit weekly Fleet Manager Reports to the Operations Manager.

 Technical:

  • In conjunction with the Technical Manager, make sure that all engineering/technical work is properly planned, executed, reported and documented in accordance with the company’s procedures.
  • When required, provides assistance when necessary to the vessel and onsite technical teams in troubleshooting activities.
  • Liaise with the client on any technical requirements for the vessel dockings, vessel movements and class inspections including port arrangements, dockings, fender changes, crane hire and diving operations.
  • Provides reports on technical deficiencies and inquiries to Technical Manager on regular basis as agreed/determined by Technical Manager.
  • Assist the Masters in purchasing and arranging delivery for critical vessel stores.
  • Liaison with Technical, Operational and QHSE departments for Vessel relocations.
  • Accompany internal / external audits, repairs, retrofit, dry dockings in consultation with the Technical Manager and Operations Manager.
  • Manages local arrangements for vessel surveys in consultation with Technical Manager and Operations Manager, including port arrangements, dockings, fender changes, crane hire and diving operations.
  • Crew HOW/HOR planning for extended technical maintenance periods.
  • Monitor Job cards for allocated ports

QHSE:

  • Appointed as first point of contact for the site, safeguarding and complying with the QHSE requirements.
  • Hold Port Safety Meetings every two months.
  • Liaise with the client and Vessel Masters to ensure company’s vessels are fully prepared for the audit.

Job requirements

  • Coaching, anticipating and organizational skills and experience
  • Motivator and team player
  • English knowledge, able to communicate verbally and in writing
  • Knowledge on local shipping legislation and regulations
  • Operational experience preferably in shipping
  • Able to administrate and report

More info

Should you be interested in this position, please send your application via the apply button. For more information please contact the below mentioned vacancy contact stating the Job Reference Number mentioned above.

At Atlas Professionals, we believe that diversity drives progress and aim to build to an inclusive organization. We are taking steps to create an environment for everyone and foster a culture that helps us stay at the frontier of energy, marine and renewables. If you’re driven to perform, we are waiting to hear from you - irrespective of your religion, sexual orientation, colour, gender, ethnicity, or race - if you have the talent, you fit right in.