For several clients of us in the offshore wind construction industry, we are constantly searching for experienced Marine Coordinators to work either onshore or offshore, depending on the project’s requirements. Here is our in-house job description which usually covers the general requirements of our clients. When we discuss a specific role with you, we will provide you with more detailed information and project specifics.
- Participate in the preparation of the procedures;
- Revise and keep these procedures up-to-date;
- Monitor all systems for the tracking of vessels and transfer of personnel;
- Co-ordinate all project-related sea traffic between ports and the offshore construction sites;
- Maintain logging, meeting and reporting routines as stipulated in the Marine Coordination Procedures;
- Obtain work schedules from the site managers and contractors if there are traffic related conflicts of interest;
- Co-ordinate monitoring and maintenance of navigational marking of the offshore site;
- Stay up to date with weather reports, e.g. via the Internet;
- Notify changes for Notices to Mariners;
- Support SAR operations.
- Coordinate the movement of vessels from, to and at projects in cooperation with all parties involved, in a manner that minimizes waste, avoids conflict and maximizes safety and productivity;
- Communicate with working vessels by available communication systems.
- Hold a higher education degree (preferably Master or Bachelor in nautical sciences) or at least 4 years of experience in a similar role;
- Strong communication skills in English, both written and spoken. Additional languages will be considered an advantage;
- Good knowledge of relevant rules, regulations and standards;
- Problem-solver with demonstrable corporate, operational and project team skills;
- Take responsibilities, are proactive & flexible;
- Proficient in Office 365, as well as industry related software (CRM/MMS type);
- Strong analytical and problem solving skills.