Lomar is expanding globally and a wide range of ship and shore opportunities may arise. If you would like to submit your resume, please contact us by email and we will revert in due course.
UPDATE 2014 Important notice re employment opportunities : The only correct contact email addresses for employment enquiries at Lomar are provided below. We are aware that someone has recently been fraudulently claiming to represent our crewing department has been approaching job candidates using a non-Lomar email address. Please do not respond to these emails. The appropriate authorities have been informed and are investigating this matter.
FLEET OPERATIONS OFFICER (London / Bremen)
Due to expansion, primarily in the container sector, Lomar is looking to strengthen its dynamic team by recruiting a highly motivated Fleet Operations Officer to join their Operations / Post-Fixture Department.
Based in London or Bremen and working alongside other Fleet Operations Officers, the successful candidate will be responsible for liaising with Masters of the vessels in regards to employment instructions, voyage planning and execution, appointment of port agents and bunker arrangements in line with the vessel’s contractual obligations. The candidate will be required to coordinate all aspects of vessel operations to ensure that the vessels perform efficiently and that the Company’s safety standards and procedures are maintained at all times.
You will be required, as a minimum, to hold:
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
- 3 – 5 years’ experience in vessel operations / post-fixture department (preferably with container vessels)
- Fluent in English
- Available to travel
An excellent package and long term career prospects will be offered to the right candidate.
Lomar is a shipping company and principal subsidiary of global conglomerate, the Libra Group. Lomar owns and manages a diversified fleet of over 60 container vessels, bulk carriers, offshore vessels, LPG and chemical tankers.
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