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VAC4497 - P&O Maritime Logistics - Logistics Officer (Doha, Qatar)

Division Marine
Location Dubai, U.A.E.
Department P&O Maritime Services - DEP
Closing Date 24-Nov-2020
About the Company :

P&O Maritime Logistics (POML) is a leading provider of marine solutions with focus on offshore energy, port services and logistics. The company provides a wide portfolio of value-added offshore, marine and logistics services with the ability to integrate these offerings for its customers – always with safety and the environment at the forefront.

Headquartered in Dubai, the company has operations globally across all seven continents.

About the Role : The Logistics officer will be responsible for the execution of vessel planning and scheduling activities. The role is client facing with a focus on selling and filling open space on each voyage which requires a strong commercial sense. The role has 2 voyage operators reporting to him/her.
Key Accountabilities :

Key accountabilities are but not limited to :

  • Act as focal point for all Logistics Cargo Operations offshore, providing control, support and guidance as required.

  • Responsible to safely and effectively manage and control the logistics marine activity for the contracted parties to P&O Maritime Logistics.

  • Supervising administrative activities supporting each voyage.

  • Commercialize additional deck / tank capacity that is available with Clients.

  • Recommend performance improvement plan for both POML and Client

  • Optimize supply vessel routing in line with operational requirements and voyage KPIs, ensuring that any changes to routings or estimated arrival times are communicated to all stakeholders in a timely manner.

  • Record all vessel activities for the purpose of track and trace visibility, billing, and performance monitoring.

  • Ensure compliance with all contracted parties and legislative requirements for marine logistics activities including the management of vessel sailings to ensure safe and continuous offshore operations.

  • Assist where directed in the event of Emergency Response.

Qualifications and Experience :

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Appropriate degree or equivalent Graduate Qualification in Transport / Logistics.

  • APICS CLTD certified or similar (preferred)


Minimum Experience:

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in a similar role within Marine Logistics / Supply Base or Freight Forwarding, supervising administration colleagues


Remuneration and Benefits :

The employment benefits package is reflective of the market and location. A competitive salary package commensurate with the successful applicant's skills and experience will be offered.

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