Job Mart

The CMA Job Mart is designed to match qualified candidates with good positions and vice versa. For over 15 years, this service has proved extremely valuable to both job seekers and those looking to hire.

Candidates running ads must be a CMA Member. A "Candidate" ad is run free of charge for two-months. Companies wishing to advertize positions do not need to be CMA Members (but why not join!) and the cost of running an ad for two-months, both on the website and in the CMA Newsletter, is $300.

Please contact the CMA at +1.203.406.0109 Ext 3717 for more information or questions and email your ad copy to:
Situations Wanted
Candidate: 1

Seeking New and Exciting Opportunities

Spirited and Analytical Team Player, US Citizen of 100% Greek Maritime Heritage, seeking new and exciting opportunities within: shipping logistics, operations, technical coordination, risk management, insurance, surveying, or chartering…

Maritime Work Experience

  • Marine Surveyor (2 years)
  • Insurance Condition and Valuation underwriting of Yachts and Small Craft
  • Practicing USCG, NFPA and ABYC Standards

Commercial Marine Underwriter (10 years)

  • Handled front line underwriting, issuance and production of all MY (Boat & Yacht) policies written Nationally for Liberty Mutual Insurance.
  • Managed a profitable book of marine and marine contractor business for a large MGA of Swiss Re.
  • Course Work AMIM 121, 122.
  • AICPCU Marine Underwriter CE’s

Societal Membership Affiliations

  • United States Surveyors Association
  • American Institute of Marine Underwriters
  • Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers
  • American Boat & Yacht Council

Maritime Education

SNHU: MBA, Project Management

  • 3.8 GPA
  • Final project paper submitted on the building layup and outfitting schedule of a fiberglass vessel

Bentley University:

  • BS, Finance


  • Accredited Master Marine Surveyor, AMMS
  • Ship and Large Yacht Structures
  • Accident and Fraud Investigation
  • Cargo
  • Inspection of Fishing Vessels
  • Commercial ABS

Swiss Re Academy:

  • Marine Intermediate Certificate
  • Marine Hull
  • Cargo
  • Marine Liabilities

Ocean Classroom:

  • Semester at Sea Graduate
Evan Sideris, MBA, AMMS
Cell: 617 694 1594
Candidate: 2

Recent graduate looking for entry-level position

Seeking entry-level position in operations, chartering, law, insurance, market research or demurrage. I recently graduated Brooklyn Law School and attended SUNY Maritime College where I received a BS in Marine Transportation.

While at Maritime I gained extensive experience as an intern at a marine insurance broker and cadet shipping with Military Sealift Command. Further, while in law school, I was an intern at a law firm, court, regulatory agency, administrative agency and asset management firm.

Resume available upon request. Willing to travel within Connecticut and New York. Willing to relocate along Gulf Coast.

Kevin Albertson
Cell: (516) 784-2309
Candidate: 3

Seasoned Maritime Professional with over thirty years of commercial experience seeking new opportunities.

Extensive expertise and experience in:

· Breakbulk Chartering:

o Forest Products

o Steel

o Project Cargo

o Bulk Commodities

· Previous Positions Held:

o Owner’s Representative

o Commercial Manager

o General Traffic Manager

o Trade Manager

· Achievements

o Identified and developed trade lanes to suit both owners' and clients’ needs.

o Continuously exhibited awareness and adaptability in anticipating and satisfying clients’ needs.

· Education

o Currently in pursuit of certification by the Society of Maritime Arbitrators.

o Bachelor of Science in Transportation, Tourism and Trade from Niagara University.



Candidate: 5

Committed and enthusiastic maritime and contract administration professional seeking position with maritime shipping and logistics company.

I am a highly motivated team leader/collaborator with excellent communication and organizational skills. I possess substantial experience providing clerical, administrative, and operational support at several maritime shipping and logistics companies, as well as government contract administration, to include policy and system quality control audits and off-site inspections.

Position wanted in vessel operations, safety and compliance, quality assurance, or cargo insurance, handling, and claims. Available immediately.

Easy access to Rockland and Westchester Counties (NY), north Bergen County (NJ), Stamford CT area, and NYC. Willing to travel – possess valid US Passport and TWIC.

Proud graduate of the SUNY Maritime Graduate/License program (MS Transportation Management + 3rd Mate License), with 3rd Mate experience aboard several commercial vessels.

Resume and references available upon request.

Charles Panossian
Telephone: 1 (201) 988 9602
Cell: 1 (201) 988 9602


Candidate: 6

Top Corporate Marketing and Finance Executive for International Shipping Company Seeking Senior Position.

Top Corporate Marketing and Finance Executive for International Shipping Company Seeking Senior Position.

  • Over twenty years of Capital Raising, Sales / Business Development, Corporate Finance, Recruiting, Hiring, Contract Negotiating, M&A / Restructuring, Global Team Leadership.
  • Long track record of driving aggressive growth.
  • Unique balance of leadership skills, interpersonal savvy and financial expertise.
  • Managed global Investment bank.
  • Global relationships with several hundred shipping companies, banks, private equity funds, ultra high net worth investors, hedge funds, lawyers, brokers, yards, etc.
  • Reside in the U.S. and can relocate with short notice.


B.A. Economics St. Bonaventure University and SUNY College.
Featured speaker at Maritime conferences on financial structuring and capital raising in the maritime industry.

Professional Affiliations:

  • Connecticut Maritime Association
  • Commercial Finance Association
  • Association for Corporate Growth
  • Turnaround Management Association


Notes: Please respond to email:
Candidate: 7

Maritime General Counsel

Accomplished maritime attorney with over 15 years of experience in domestic and international commercial transactions and litigation.

  • Represented most major ship owners and managers and many other foreign and domestic, blue and brown water entities, including stevedoring terminals;
  • Earned a MBA in finance and strategy; and
  • Significant experience negotiating and drafting multimillion dollar M&A and commercial contracts.

I have achieved my goals as a lawyer in private practice and I believe this is the right time to make a career move. Moreover, with my background, I could be a strong asset to a maritime company's legal, business development and strategy departments. I am willing to relocate. Please contact me for more information. Thank you.

Candidate: 9

Recent Tulane Maritime Law graduate looking for entry-level position

Seeking entry-level legal position. I recently graduated Tulane University Law School, where I completed the Certificate of Specialization in Maritime Law. I am a member of the New York Bar.

During law school, I clerked at the United States Coast Guard Judge Advocate General in the Maritime, Environmental, and International Law-Prevention Law Division. I am an active member of the Coast Guard Auxiliary.

Willing to travel. Willing to relocate.

Contact: Dana Sabghir
Cell: 954-592-5370
Candidate: 12

Experienced Commerical Operator

Experienced Commercial/Tanker Operator looking for a relevant position in a NY shipping company or the Tri-State Area.

- 8 years experience in Operations & Post Fixtures in both Tankers and Bulkers

- MS in International Transportation management from SUNY Maritime

Area of Specialization

- Provide Documentation, Information and Questionnaires for Vessel’s Fixture

- Daily Vessel Operations & Post Fixture Operations / Charter Parties

- Cargo Document Review & Authorization

- Voyage Orders/Agency Appointment/Vessel Instructions

- Vessel Performance Monitoring

- Bunker Efficiency

- Vetting Status Monitoring / Sire Arrangements / TMSA Audits / ISM

- Port & Husbandry DA Authorization

- Class Status Monitoring

- U.S. Citizen

Contact: Anthony Mavrogiannis
Telephone: +1 718 626 1958
Candidate: 13

Looking for position/internship in operations at a shipping company.

Civilian Graduate Student in the International Transportation Management MS program at SUNY Maritime College.

Former intern/admin assistant for Ted Panourgias at All Marine Spares International in Stamford, CT. Former CMA intern at Holland and Knight LLP, in New York, NY and the Seamen's Church Institute in Port Newark, NJ. Co -wrote article for the Greek magazine "Shipping International" titled "The Challenges of Modern Piracy". Published in October 2012. CV and recommendations available upon request. Willing to travel within the NYC metropolitan region.

Cell: +1 646 378 8446
Candidate: 14

Ships Officer seeking Entry Operations Position

Second Mate, Unlimited tonnage with experience in: Deep Sea, International Shipping (Dry Bulk and Break Bulk), container, and project cargo. Served aboard vessels engaged on Voyage, Time and Spot Charters trading world wide, emphasis on West and East Africa. I am familiar with the on-deck environment and would make use of that experience to add value in an operations position.

Other experience includes:

Voyage Planning and Vessel Routing.

Cargo Claims.

Preparing and reviewing entries that would be used for Statement of Facts.

Certified STCW assessor.

2010 Graduate, SUNY Maritime College.

BS Marine Transportation, Minor, Ship Management.

ASBA Charter Parties I & II Certified.

Help Wanted
Position A:

Staff Accountant

Privately owned international shipping company based in Westchester County, NY is seeking an experienced Staff Accountant. CPA and/or CFA qualifications are highly desired but not required. Experience with global marine cargo shipping a significant plus but not required.

Primary Responsibilities in This Role:

  • Prepare and maintain supporting schedules for the Company financial statements
  • Forecast modeling and plan budgets
  • Monitors budgets throughout the year and reports any significant deviations with analysis and necessary corrective actions to management
  • Prepare reports related to amortizations, accruals, compliance, and other related recurring accounting activities
  • Reconcile schedules to General Ledger
  • Prepare monthly financial projections and hire calculation reports
  • Perform P&L and flux analysis
  • Prepare and post journal entries for various accounts including accruals, debt amortization, and complete account reconciliations
  • Ensure monthly voyage accounting is reconciled and accurate
  • Liaise between IT and Accounting departments regarding voyage accounting
  • Support year-end financial audit requirements
  • Support internal and external control procedures for audits
  • Perform other related duties including ad-hoc financial analysis assignments and special projects

Core Competencies:

  • Self-motivated, resourceful, enthusiastic, and driven to produce quality materials
  • Ability to meet tight deadlines while simultaneously managing other tasks
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills
  • Capability to work well under pressure while maintaining both perspective and a professional approach
  • Ability to work in a fast paced, multi-entity environment
  • Flexible to changing priorities and work assignments
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills

Experience and Educational Background Required:

  • BS in Accounting
  • Expert applied knowledge in Microsoft Excel (including Pivot tables, V-lookups, IF statements, creating macros and other advanced formulas), Microsoft PowerPoint, Adobe, and Microsoft Word
  • CPA/CFA or equivalent certification preferred
  • Must have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in accounting
  • Knowledge of shipping industry and Cognos a plus

Salary to commensurate with experience. We offer an excellent benefits package and a great opportunity to develop within a growth oriented environment.



Company: Privately owned international shipping company


Local candidates should apply (local being NY, NJ, CT) as relocation expenses are not applicable.

Please send resumes in confidence

Position B:

Boarding Agent

Position Summary: Act as liaison between T. Parker Host principals, ship owners, cargo interests and marine terminal management for efficient operation of vessels when in port.

Core Principles: All employees must demonstrate an ability to adhere and understand the core principals of the company. This team member must be able to provide value and depth to the Core Principals of T. Parker Host.

  • Our PEOPLE are our most valuable assets
  • Their SAFETY is our top priority
  • We provide exceptional SERVICE
  • We approach every RELATIONSHIP with a commercial mindset
  • We are DETECTIVES, understanding all activities that occur in our markets
  • We conduct all business with INTEGRITY
  • We build off our LEGACY Essential Responsibilities and


  • Coordinate pilot, tug, linesman orders, berthing assignments for vessels
  • Boarding vessels at marine facilities in ports
  • Coordinate US Customs & Border Protection boarding's, and entrance / clearance of vessels
  • Scheduling of husbandry deliveries to vessel
  • Prepare commercial maritime documents
  • Manage PDA and funding process for vessel port stay
  • Adhere to internal administration and accounting procedures
  • Gather local market information, expand local port, and industry contacts
  • Ensure accurate and timely response to all email requests
  • Other duties as assigned, possibilities to work on companywide projects


To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies to perform the essential functions of this position:

1. Dependable
2. Self-starter
3. Eager to learn
4. Commercially Aware
5. Opportunistic

Education, Knowledge, Experience, Skills and Abilities Required:

  • College degree desirable
  • 2-3 Years of agency experience preferably in Northeastern USA port regions
  • Knowledge with handling Tanker, Dry Bulk, and Break-bulk Vessels.
  • ASBA Agency certified or willing to become within first six months of employment
  • Strong interpersonal skills including excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Self-motivated and able to multi-task in a constant changing work environment
  • Analytical and problem solving skills
  • Ability to manage high volumes of electronic communication, both in office and while mobile in the field
  • Ability to work evenings, weekends, holidays and adapt to fluid ship port schedules in 24/7/365 port operations

Physical Requirements:

  • Climbing-Ascending, descending ladders, stairs, ramps using feet and legs and/or hands and arms
  • Must be able to lift and carry 50 lbs.
  • Subject to inside and outside environmental conditions (cold, heat, wind, rain, snow)


Company: T. Parker Host



Please visit
to express interest or more information.

Position C:

Dry Bulk Chartering Broker

TBS pools of Supramax, Handysize and multipurpose vessels consistently pay owners distributions in excess of the relevant Baltic indexes. We service our 300+ customers via 15 offices worldwide.

We are looking for an entrepreneurial Dry Bulk Chartering broker to work in our Scarsdale, New York, office.


· 5-15 years of Chartering/Commercial Manager experience

· Proven ability to develop new clients

· Knowledge of voyage and time charter parties

We offer excellent salary and benefits.



Company: TBS


Please send resume with the subject TBSCHARTER on all transmissions.

Position D:

Lecturer-Professional Education & Training

Maritime College, Bronx, New York, United States, 10465

Lecturer 12-Month in Professional Education & Training

About SUNY Maritime College:
SUNY Maritime College located on a 55-acre scenic waterfront property on the outskirts of New York City on the Throggs Neck peninsula where the East River meets Long Island Sound. The campus blends the best of two worlds: a comfortable college-town feel with the greatest city in the world. An impressive view of the sound extends toward the North Atlantic, yet only a few miles away are Yankee Stadium and midtown Manhattan. SUNY Maritime offers an array of esmployment opportunities stemming from entry level to professional positions which encourage growth and development among its employees.

Job Description:
This is a twelve-month teaching position in the PET Department. The incumbent will be assigned to develop various training programs and teach courses ranging from STCW-Basic Safety Training to various engineering courses, as the needs of the department dictates. The selected individual must be qualified and ready to teach an array of college engineering license courses as well as USCG approved courses, as assigned by the Chairman and consistent with their background and expertise. Participation in summer sea term may be required when limited engineer license students are aboard the training ship. When not on the summer sea term, the incumbent will be assigned teaching duties in the PET Department, or an appropriate project.

A Bachelor's degree and Second Assistant Engineer's license with current sea time and STCW Certification. Candidates should have a thorough theoretical background in Marine Engineering combined with practical knowledge gained onboard operating vessels. This includes an environmental background as it pertains to ships' environmental systems designed to protect the marine environment. Candidates should also have experience in course development and classroom/lab instruction. The ideal candidate should have a substantial combination of experience as a Licensed Engineer, Port Engineer and Shipyard Engineer.

Additional Information:
UUP Internal Posting Period: External posting: Until filled
Classification/Salary Range: Lecturer 12-Month is a UUP Position. This will be a non-tenure track, 12-month position for a fixed term of one year, with one to three year extensions possible by mutual consent. The anticipated salary for this position is $53,000 to $55,000 annually with an outstanding benefits package. Salary will commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Special Notes: This is a full-time calendar year appointment UUP position. Fair Labor Standard Acts (FLSA) Exempt position, not eligible for the overtime provisions of the FLSA. Internal and external search to occur simultaneously. Review of application to commence immediately.
Budget Title: Lecturer 12-Month
Line #: 00616

Application Instructions:
Persons interested in the above position should apply online at:

Please submit:

o Resume/CV
o Cover letter with salary requirements
o Contact information for three professional references

Returning Applicants - Login to your SUNY Maritime Careers Account to check your completed application, check/edit your profile or to upload additional documents.



Company: Maritime College
Bronx, New York, United States, 10465



You can apply here or at the address in the body text:

Position E:

Technical Coordinator

Location:New York
Department:Technical Services
Reports To: VP, Intl Services

Core Responsibilities

Core Job Functions:

  • Data Gathering, obtain:
  • a) Off hire records from Manager
    b) Dry-docking bid, execution settlement records
    c) Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly reports to and from stakeholders
    d) Vetting performance

  • Conduct Data Analysis
  • a) Review Speed & Consumption data for reasonableness, accuracy to pool records quarterly
    b) Dry docking schedule monthly
    c) Ship's information- class records, commercial descriptions, questionnaires as needed
    d) Monitor ships' email daily
    e) Position list information, ship visits coordination weekly
    f) Budget preparation support quarterly
    g) Budget variance review support monthly
    h) Project status, prepare monthly

  • Data Management/Archiving
  • a) Maintain ship issues list daily
    b) Maintain record of off spec bunkers as needed
    c) Project records, project cost records monthly
    d) KPI data quarterly
    e) Create and maintain manual and/or automated filing system(s) to enable rapid, dependable retrieval of department information

  • Administrative Support for International Ship Operations Group

    a) Provide a full range of administration support including, but not limited to, scheduling, expense reports, correspondence, presentations, meeting minutes, filing, sorting and prioritizing mail and answering phones
    b) Set up and facilitate meetings, circulate meeting minutes.
    c) Participate on special projects team as assigned


  • High School diploma required
  • Administrative experience, preferably in a Technical or Engineering environment required
  • Strong computer skills and working knowledge of Microsoft Office products required
  • Sharepoint experience strongly preferred
  • Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing across all levels of the organization in a clear and concise manner
  • Highly developed organizational skills and ability to prioritize
  • Sound judgment, with decisive, consistent and fair decision making
  • Independent, highly motivated self-starter
  • Ability to set goals and plans to fulfill corporate objectives
  • Ability to adapt well to changing priorities and situations without a loss of effectiveness

Posting Contact (Applications and/or Questions)


Company: OSG


Position F:

Tanker Broker

Experienced Tanker Broker accomplished in leveraging network of contacts primarily with Charterers in the Crude/DPP/CPP markets.

Must demonstrate proven track record with references.

Must be self-motivated and proactive team player.

The newly established Tanker Division aims to provide a highly proficient spot/term chartering service to our clients with emphasis on growth.

Attractive Compensation and Benefits package commensurate with experience.

Private Candidates will be treated in strictest confidence.


Nicholas C. Hadjipateras,
Director Tankers


Primal Marine Americas LLC


3 Stamford Landing, Suite 430
46 Southfield Avenue
Stamford, CT 06902, USA


Direct: +1 203 989 3891
Office: +1 203 998 7200
Mob: +1 203 914 4203

+1 203 998 7201



Position H:

Operations Trainees (m/f)


We are looking for two Operations Trainees to join our Operational Training Program (OTP) in Germany in September/October 2015.

Your Career Path

The OTP is an intensive in-house training program with a focus on our operational activities. During the eighteen-month program you will explore different departments within OLDENDORFF CARRIERS. The majority of your training will be in the Operations Department located in one of Europe’s most vibrant and historical cities and international shipping hubs, Hamburg (Germany). Furthermore, to ensure that you develop a solid understanding of our business, you will experience complementary training in all business related departments. After successful completion, our trainees are typically offered a position in Operations in one of our worldwide offices. In this case we expect our Operations Trainees to return to our office in Stamford, Connecticut for the long term (e.g. as Operations Manager or Chartering Manager).

Your Profile

You are about to graduate or have recently graduated with a degree from a maritime university or similar B.A or B.S degree from an accredited university or college. The ideal candidate will have a focused interest in the commercial aspects of drybulk shipping and international trade, a commitment towards the career path and the company as well as the ambition to perform at a high level. Furthermore, you ideally hold a US citizenship or have a valid US working permit.


Franziska Schwennsen – Human Resources Manager


Oldendorff Carriers


Stamford, CT & Hamburg, Germany





Please submit your application via e-mail. Oldendorff Carriers does not accept paper applications for online postings.

Position I:

Senior Accountant

Onshore Position

The Senior Accountant assists the Assistant Controller in overseeing organizational accounting functions and all activities related to the reporting of financial data (including expenses, capital outlays, and revenue) including:

  • Assists the Assistant Controller in directing the Company’s accounting functions including establishment and maintenance of accounting policies, practices, and procedures.
  • Assists with analysis and review of the organization’s financial performance by collecting, analyzing and reporting financial data and operating statistics prepared on a consistent basis.
  • Prepares revenue and expense analysis of vessels in pool and prepares adjustments, as necessary, to be in compliance with Company policies and GAAP.
  • Assists with the consolidation of +20 legal entities including foreign currency transactions.
  • Prepares financial operating reports, and presents findings and recommendations to management.
  • Coordinates month-end and quarterly reporting and closing process including preparation of schedules and general ledger reconciliations.
  • Ensures the internal control environment is strong and improve upon financial policies & procedures including assisting the Controller’s group with SOX compliance.
  • Prepares/maintains debt schedules and reconciles them to the GL.
  • Maintains an accounting system for the management of assets, liabilities and financial transactions with potential migration to and implementation of new financial management system.
  • Assists with cash management, treasury functions, and accounts payable.
  • Backs up Staff Accountant responsibilities in their absence.
  • Special projects and ad hoc requests for management.


  • Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in accounting/finance
  • At least 3 years’ experience in similar role including strong knowledge of U.S. GAAP/FASB
  • Prior public company reporting a must
  • Public Accounting experience required (CPA a plus)
  • Proficiency in consolidations including FX currency translation
  • Advanced Excel skills, strong computer usage & knowledge base of different accounting software systems

Location: Stamford, CT, USA












Resumes should be sent please.

Position J:

Tanker Vessel Technical Superintendent

Highly successful tanker owner /operator is seeking a Technical Superintendent to join the team that provides management oversight for a fleet of vessels which includes VLCC, Suezmax, and Aframax ships.

Position Summary

The Technical Superintendent will supervise vessel technical management companies to maximize their performance in the categories of vessel reliability, regulatory compliance, commercial excellence, and financial control. The position will be based in the New York office and report to the Fleet Manager.

General Duties and Responsibilities

Oversee technical management company performance including technical solutions, repairs, vetting, dry-docking, and energy efficiency.

Actively support Company Environmental Compliance and Safety Program.

Monitor technical manager crew selection process and ascertain that officers are qualified, suitably trained, and aligned with the safety, quality, and commercial objectives of vessel owners.

Monitor daily vessel operation to warrant that technical managers are optimizing vessel performance.

Communicate and interact with New York based commercial operations department to confirm that vessels are meeting customer requirements. Initiate corrective action as needed.

Assist Fleet Manager to establish operating, capital, and dry-dock budgets with technical managers and ensure that controls/measurements are in place to meet financial objectives.

Attend vessels to observe manager performance and quality of onboard staff/operation.


Candidate should have a minimum of ten years of experience in the marine industry. Sea going service as a senior engineering officer aboard oil tankers and/or experience as a tanker vessel superintendent/fleet manager is preferred. Ideal candidate will be a maritime college graduate. This individual must work collaboratively in a dynamic environment and have strong analytical ability. He or she must be able to recommend and implement process improvements, work independently, and handle multiple tasks simultaneously. Strong decision-making skills required.


Karen Niro,
Human Resource Manager


Gener8 Maritime Inc.


299 Park Avenue, 2nd Floor,
New York, NY 10171




Position K:

Marine Compliance Manager

Description of Duties:

The MCM is appointed as the Designated Person Ashore, Management Representative for Quality and Designated Person for Safety to ensure the safe operation of each vessel and to provide a direct link between McAllister senior management ashore and those aboard.

The MCM is responsible for monitoring the safety and pollution prevention aspects of the operation of each vessel and ensuring that adequate resources and shore based support are applied as required.

Specific duties include, but are not necessarily limited to the following.

· Travel to company Branch Ports to inspect the fleet and work with vessel crews and local staff to ensure they have the skills and resources necessary to achieve the company’s engineering, human resources, operational, quality, safety, security and environmental goals.

· Design, customize, implement and maintain computer programs and business processes by analyzing requirements, constructing workflow diagrams, studying system capabilities, writing specifications, and managing projects.

· Communicate effectively with boat crews and shore-side staff. Act as a resource in fielding safety suggestions and proposed Corrective and Preventive Actions.

· Prepare technical reports as required and defined by the President, based on data collection, direct inspection and/or interviews with associated functionaries, to be carefully analyzed and presented to include a summary of relevant information and a notation of trends related to the subject at hand.

· Review customer feedback, vendor information, incident information, corrective action reports, and make recommendations for continuous improvement. In addition, responsible for day-to-day management of internal audit program, environmental protection and vessel security programs.

· Under the direction of General Counsel, conduct investigation reports for Class A Incidents and prepare Lessons Learned reports.

· Electronically submit annual Discharge Monitoring Reports to the EPA for compliance with the 2013 Vessel General Permit.

· Report to the President with regard to the performance of all shore-side support entities, programs and systems, including:

o Human Resources;

o Sales and Marketing;

o The Quality and Safety Management System;

o Engineering;

o Administration; and,

o Information Technology.

· Other duties as may be assigned.

Minimum Requirements:

· A USCG License, MMD, and TWIC.

· Prior experience aboard US Flag vessels.

· Some background in software development process, information analysis, and promoting process improvement.

· Prior experience auditing and conducting training in a marine environment.

· Superior communication, presentation, and information technology skills.

· Have a thorough knowledge of company, industry, and regulatory standards for the operation and maintenance of towing vessels with ability to apply that knowledge to investigations and engineering problem solving.

· Understand the theory and practice required for ISPS, MTSA, AWO RCP, ISM and ISO 9000 certification.

· Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field.

Compensation and Benefits: We offer competitive salaries, team oriented working environment and a comprehensive benefit package including: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Life Insurance and Training Reimbursement.

McAllister Towing is an Equal Opportunity employer dedicated to diversity in the workplace. McAllister Towing is an E-Verify Employer.


Amber N. Watters,
Corporate Recruiter


McAllister Towing




1 757-545-3511


You may apply for this job online at or by fax. (When applying online please attach a cover letter with salary history along with your resume.)