Job Mart

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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.

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Situations Wanted
Candidate: 1

Experienced Regulatory and Compliance Executive

Seeking opportunities for advancement and growth with a company in need of an expert in compliance and regulatory affairs.

Regulatory, Quality, and Compliance

  • Enforcement of the flag state Maritime Regulations and International Conventions
  • Administrator of the Safety Inspection Program
  • Review all vessel annual safety inspection reports and provide comments to the owners
  • Review and issue Exemptions, Exceptions and Temporary Dispensation certificates IAW flag state International Regulation
  • Provide Guidance to clients regarding interpretation of conventions and safety regulations
  • ISO Quality Compliance
  • Marketing of the Registry and it's services to existing and potential clients
  • Website Administrator

The increasing responsibilities of this role in the current regulatory market have

ensured that I not only keep up to date with current regulations but market trends as well. This position is a constantly growing job with an ever increasing demand for work in marketing and networking in order to ensure the growth of the registry and maintain its good standing in the International shipping community.

Underway Experience

Deck Navigating Officer: 2001-2012
Third Officer to Chief Officer

§ Deck Department Head; Supervising between 8 to 12 individuals in the department in daily shipboard operations

  • Responsible for all on board required training (including company, Coast Guard and Navy required subjects)
  • Vessel Security Officer and Anti-Terrorism Officer; Ensuring that all port state and military requirements are met.
  • Vessel Safety Officer; Ensure that all personnel are following safe working practices and trained in the same

During this period my responsibilities increased from a Junior Officer to a Senior officer while conducting the normal duties of Deck and Navigation watches, creating voyage plans and conducting vessel maintenance.


  • ISO 14000 Certified Internal Auditor
  • ISO 9001:2015 Certified Internal Auditor
  • ISO 9001: 2008 Certified Internal Auditor
  • Chief Mate, Unlimited Tonnage
  • Master of Vessels, up to 1600 tons
  • STCW 95, Fast Rescue Boat, GMDSS, VSO and Medical PIC
  • U.S.C.G. Certified Train the Trainer

Additional Information:

  • Published writer for several trade magazines
  • Experienced in the training and development of deck officers






Candidate: 2

Experienced Deck Officer seeking opportunities in shipping operations / chartering

Seeking internship and future opportunities, 5 years world-wide tanker-sailing experience, Masters student at Texas A&M University.

On-Campus work experience (1.5 yrs)

  • Currently employed as Graduate Assistant in TAMUG Information Services
  • Worked as student worker-instructor in Ship Simulator for bridge resource management and ship handling classes at TAMUG.
  • Worked as lab-assistant in tanker labs for Marine Cargo Operations Class.

At-sea work experience (6 Years)
Deck Navigating Officer: Nov 2008- July 2014

  • Responsible for planning safe navigation of the vessel, using a range of satellite and radar systems and other navigational equipment. In charge of life-saving appliances and ship`s fire systems` maintenance
  • In charge of planning and coordinating safe loading, storage and unloading of cargo, including preparation of cargo holds to setting up of lines


  • Certified NWKO-2nd Mates licence holder, by Govt. of India
  • Certified ship security officer
  • Certification in first-aid, CPR, and advanced fire fighting
  • Trained in public relations and crowd management

Additional Information:

  • Participant and winner of Shell Maritime Leadership weekend at TAMUG
  • Comprehensive knowledge of maritime conventions & regulations such as, SOLAS, MARPOL and ISPS, ISM, IMDG Codes etc.
  • Presented research paper on Financial market impacts of disasters on shipping companies, under Dr. Mileski
  • Presented research paper on Economics of Global passenger transportation under Dr. Duru
  • Developed and launched a mobile application specifically for MMAL program, as marketing class project
  • Adept at MS Office and decision making tools such as Palisade`s regression analysis, forecasting and problem-solving technics
  • Badminton gold medalist and adroit at other games and sports
  • Organised inter-college events, active participant of various tech-presentations


Aditya Ammu

1 409-392-7338



Candidate: 3

Seeking a new opportunity in the shipping-bunkering industry in sales & marketing and operations

Work Experience

International Marketing and Marine Fuels Trading.
Developing Supplier and Client Relations in a range of selected geographical areas.
Further Development of current client platform, retain and develop business.

Successfully in charge of maintaining the barge operations in Port Metro Vancouver Harbor.
Developing Supplier and Client Relations in a range of selected geographical areas.
Overall development of the office towards new sales goals.
Overseeing Staff and supporting Development.

International marketing and marine fuels trading and brokerage
Negotiations with customers and third parties.
Handling negotiations and disputes that arise as a result of short-deliveries, off-specification fuel, or de-bunkering, in cooperation with the quality department

Bunkers and Lubricants trader

Contact: George Tzanakis
Cell: + 1 347 291 62 94
Candidate: 4

Upcoming Graduate looking for entry- level position.

Graduating student in May 2016 at SUNY Maritime College seeking an entry level position in marine insurance, terminals, market research or demurrage, Ship Brokerage and sales

I will be graduated SUNY Maritime College with a degree in International Transportation and Trade.

Coming into my senior year at SUNY Maritime I began an Internship with bank of America merchant services a joint venture between bank of America and first date. I worked as an PMO intern and worked closely with senior management and the sales team to help learn all aspects of the company.

I am willing to work within the New York, New Jersey AND Connecticut area. I am a highly motivated worker with experience as a team leader/collaborator with excellent communication and organizational skills. Will Provide Resume upon request.

Contact: Joseph Nappi
Cell: 631-258-6267
Candidate: 5

Recent Graduate looking for entry level position

I am a recent Graduate from SUNY Maritime College. I have B.S. in Marine Transportation, and a Third Mate’s license. I am looking for a position, Shoreside, or on a Tug. I have an avid love of technology, and love to learn new devices. I have experience speaking both Spanish and Japanese in their native countries, and a stay abroad in the latter for a month. I reside in New York, however travel is not an issue. Resume readily available upon request. If there are any additional inquiries, I would be happy to answer them.


Contact: Eric Peterson
Candidate: 6

Licensed attorney with vessel operations and insurance defense experience

I am a licensed attorney with vessel operations and insurance defense experience, seeking a role in marine insurance, legal, or operations. Open to opportunities in the tri-state area. Can provide CV or references upon request.

Candidate: 7

Upcoming Graduate looking for Entry- Level Position

Upcoming Graduate from SUNY Maritime College. I am currently a Graduate Student pursuing my M.Sc in International Transportation Management. I am seeking an entry level position in ship brokerage, ship chartering, ship management, market research or marine Insurance.

I am interning at TBS Shipping Services Inc., where I helped in the acquisition process of bringing on 3 more ships into the company's portfolio. I also assisted in finalizing the Port State Control inspection checklist for the masters and chief engineers of company ships to cross reference against when preparing for anticipated inspections. In addition, I led the background check of a Captain that TBS was looking to hire. My internship ends January 31st. I hope to continue this career path and am extremely motivated to acquire more knowledge about this great industry.

Contact: Raji Mosa
Cell: 914-479-7254
Notes: Resume available upon request.
Candidate: 8

Technical Manager

An adaptable and results-driven risk manager with a strong background in marine engineering, strategic planning, operations analysis, ship construction, marine incident investigations and project management. Successfully utilizes broad-based knowledge and analytical skills to perform risk analysis on ship structural integrity, operations and maintenance. Ensures productive and safe work environment by conforming to marine quality assurance and regulations compliance. As a hardworking and detail-oriented producer, possesses a proven track record of exceeding established goals and contributing to the growth of a company.

Over 30 years' experience gained both at sea and ashore from leading tanker companies US Flag ( MSP and John's Act) and foreign flag.

OBJECTIVE: To work with a forward thinking shipping company where I can utilize my previous working experience both commercial operations and technical from ship and shore.


  • Strategic and Operation Analysis.
  • Emergency and Crisis Management / Emergency Response Systems.
  • Ship Construction
  • Risk Analysis - Ship's Structural Integrity.
  • Risk Analysis - Ship's Operation and Maintenance.
  • Marine Quality Assurance & Regulation Compliance
  • Marine Incident Investigation.
  • Project Management (over 30 dry dockings domestic and foreign shipyards)
  • Technical Management of ships & Technical Performance Analysis.
  • Third party ship managers interaction as Owners representative

Full resume and references available upon request.


+1 (203) 434 4571

Candidate: 9

Maritime Executive with over 20 years Drybulk Experience

Maritime Executive with over 20 years Drybulk Experience, looking for a suitable position preferably in the Greater New York area (based in CT), but for the right opportunity willing to relocate.

Experience includes:
8 years as Chartering Manager for Owner Operators (Handy/Handymax)
7 years as Chartering Manager For pure Operator (Handy/Handymax)
8 years as a Broker. (all Drybulk sizes)
2 years seagoing experience as deck officer

Created own Chartering and Operations team.
Coordinated closely with Technical, and participated in repair and routine inspections.

MBA with emphasis in Intermodal transportation from SUNY Fort Schuyler
Captain Class C from Merchant Marine Academy Hydra, Greece.

Dual Citizen (USA/EU)
Fluent in English/Greek. Knowledge of Spanish.

Contact: Vasilis Maschas
Cell: 203 808 5088
Notes: For further information kindly contact
Candidate: 10

Seeking new challenges within the shipping market .

After nearly 30 years in Dry Cargo shipping field I am seeking a medium to large broker firm and/or new adventure within the maritime industry.

Experience includes :

10 years with international trading house

10 years as in-house owners broker

10 years as competitive broker

Currently located in Greenwich ,Ct.

Holding dual Citizenship (Canada/Norway) and Green Card for the USA.

Contact: David C. Wold
Cell: +1 203-274 1433
Candidate: 11

Experienced Operations Manager looking for new position in Tanker Operations

Professional dedicated to delivering excellence in Team Leadership, Operations/Captain and decision making. As such, my focus is on meeting the needs of the organization. I have extensive experience in understanding customer needs. Over 30 years' experience gained both at sea and ashore from leading tanker companies foreign flag and US Flag ( MSP and John's Act)

As a hardworking and detail-oriented producer, I am also a project leader with expertise in long term planning. My team building, cross functional communication, and problem solving skills enable me to give a positive and immediate response to the needs of the company.

Area of expertize:
• Commercial tanker operations.
• Emergency and Crisis Management / Emergency Response Systems.
• Risk Analysis - Ship's Operation and Maintenance.
• Marine Quality Assurance & Regulation Compliance
• Marine Incident Investigation.
• Operations Management of ships.
• Third party ship managers interaction as Owners representative or vice versa

Some recent accomplishments include:

• Proposed and implemented modifications on tanker barges allows to increase safety and efficiency of operations
• Developed and implemented program for vessels helping Crew to achieve SIRE Zero observations goal
• Increased productivity by establishing and implementing department procedures, increasing progress and productivity
• Increased efficiency by coaching and training crews and junior operations staff

I look forward to discussing how my qualifications could be an immediate asset to your company.

Cell: (713) 249 2304
Notes: Full resume available upon request.
Candidate: 12


Recent graduate looking for a mechanical engineering position that offers hands-on engineering opportunities. Additionally I am seeking opportunities in conceptual and prototype testing as well as implementation and operation of legacy and emerging systems.


The United States Merchant Marine Academy
June 2011- June 2013
Kings Point, New York
Major: Marine Systems Engineering

Texas A&M University Galveston
September 2014 - December 2017
Galveston, TX
Major: Marine Engineering Technology

Marine Engineering Technology is an interdisciplinary education in applied Mechanical Engineering programs and is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET. The curriculum is a blend of Mechanical Engineering programs as applied to shipboard propulsion (steam, gas turbines and diesel), electrical power generation (steam, gas turbines and diesel electric power generation operations), electronics, and shipboard-related engineering.


Liberty Maritime Corporation
November 2012 - February 2013

  • Junior Engineer aboard the M/V Prestige, New York. 120-days at sea. Global Circumnavigation.
  • Supervisor: Chief Engineer Josh Reed
  • Responsibilities: Engine room maintenance and operations for Large Slow Speed Diesel propulsion plant; Electrical generation and load balancing; hotel services (HVAC), water distillation. Duties also included making rounds and comparing mechanical gauges to the automation system and adjusting/calibrating discrepancies within the automation. In-port maintenance included disassembly, maintenance and repair of pistons, piston rings, cylinders, fuel injectors, turbochargers, and alpha lubricators for a MAN B&W 7-cylinder, large, slow speed Diesel. In-port duties included maintenance and repair of 3, medium speed, 10-cylinder, Hyundai Diesel Generators, and associated fuel filters, fuel and lube oil purifiers, jacket water temperature management systems, as well as management, and maintenance of an Aalborg, rotary cup, smoke in tube, auxiliary boiler for engine room service and hotel steam.

McAllister Towing and Transportation, Providence, RI
August 2013 - September 2014

  • Port Engineering Intern and Operating Engineer aboard M/V Rainbow, M/V Reliance and M/V Puma
  • Supervisor: Port Engineer Ethan Gifford
  • Responsibilities: Operator of tugboat twin diesel propulsion plant and electrical plant generation for M/V Rainbow, M/V Reliance and M/V Puma for at sea harbor tug and escort operations. In-port maintenance included oil changes, injector testing, jacket water chemistry, and overhaul of 4-cylinder Detroit diesel generator. Other maintenance included bow mat restoration welding, ballast management, installation of radar upgrade package, and installation of wheelhouse remote engine and rudder controls.

Lakewood Yacht Club, Seabrook, TX
September 2014 - June 2017
(Summertime and weekend employment while enrolled at Texas A&M)

  • Green Fleet Optimist Dinghy Sailing Coach
  • Program Director: Marek Valasek, Lindsay Valasek
  • Responsibilities included taking care of, and teaching 6-12 year-old children how to sail and be successful at sailboat racing.
  • This job requires patience, and the ability to communicate with children. Additionally, it helped developed my ability to organize groups of people towards common goals. Goals for children include: learning to rig a boat properly; sailing up wind; navigating a racecourse; and encouraging teammates to rise to their potential regardless of their current skill set.
  • US Sailing Level 1 Certified Instructor
Candidate: 13

Looking for entry level work in transportation loss prevention, vessel/port planning and operations, marketing/business development, and personal assistant positions at a maritime-related company, government agency, nonprofit, investment bank or public/private partnership in the NYC region. Available to work October 2nd, 2017.

Graduated from SUNY Maritime College with a Master of Science in International Transportation Management in January 2017.Worked as a Loss Prevention Summer Intern for the American P&I Club in New York City until October 2017. Co- authored a member alert on collision avoidance in anchorages off of Chittagong, Bangladesh and a club guidance on seafarer's mental health, in addition to organizing survey compliance data on member vessels.
Former tugboat dispatch intern with McAllister Towing and a 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 commute within the NYC metropolitan region.

Contact Information
Mobile :646- 378- 8446

Cell: +1 646 378 8446
Help Wanted
Position A:

Ship Operator

Operations / Southport, CT USA

Manage vessel voyages, instructing vessels, agents, and contractors on a daily basis.


  1. Plan and manage each voyage from the time the cargo is booked until the cargo is discharged
  2. Daily communication with vessel's Masters, charterers and shipping agents
  3. Issuing voyage instructions to Masters
  4. Planning cargo stowage and cargo operation in close consultation with Masters and in accordance with industry regulation and safety procedures.
  5. Continual review of stowage & cargo operation plans with the aim of maximizing operational efficiency with regard to port rotations, simultaneous discharge & backload operations, and avoidance of double calls to same berth
  6. Confirm compliance with industry and charterer specific requirements with regard to prior cargo restrictions, cargo carriage requirements, etc.
  7. Monitor and manage vessel speed and bunker consumption performance to ensure normal operating standards are not exceeded
  8. Ensure voyage charter party compliance for all fixtures for assigned vessels
  9. Manage port calls and all vessel expenses related to commercial operations
  10. Assist in coordinating bunker purchases taking into account security bunker margins of each vessel, est. steaming time between ports, ECA routing, bunker availability and cost at planned ports, etc. with aim to optimizing liftings at ports where cost is historically lowest.
  11. Responsible for day to day time charter management of assigned vessels and ensure compliance with all terms of time charter parties
  12. Ensure compliance by the Master with all laytime and demurrage requirements, including documentation requirements, as detail in the charter party for presentation of demurrage claims
  13. Providing tank cleaning advice to masters as required
  14. Calculating and paying / invoicing owners hires, port expenses, freights, other costs like deviations, shiftings, etc. supervision and validation of disbursement account process
  15. Maintaining full and accurate details of all voyage related events
  16. Updating / verifying information in voyage management system software as required
  17. Process and approve all invoices for goods and/or services supplied/provided within three weeks of receipt of invoices


  1. Organized
  2. Proactive
  3. High level of detail orientation and self-motivation
  4. The ability to manage multiple tasks under pressure within a fast paced environment
  5. Sound judgment – Makes timely, informed decisions that take into account the facts, goals, constraints, and risks
  6. Team player, the ability and desire to work cooperatively with others on a team
  7. Strong written and oral communications
  8. Travel often required, sometimes on short notice. Position may work from Houston and other remote offices as deemed appropriate. Position will spend time on vessels for experience transfer.
  9. Ability to interact with Senior Management
  10. Flexibility to work out of the official working hours in order to fulfill the responsibilities of this position
  11. Follows budgetary guidelines, regulations, principles, and standards.

Preferred but not required


  1. Maritime Academy Degree preferred
  2. 1-2 years shore side experience preferred


Donna Madden, VP Human Resources & Corporate Administration







Position B:

Dry Bulk Vessel Operator

We’re an innovator in the dry bulk owner/operator business and need another self-starter in our NY office who can manage their own ships and voyages. If you’ve got the horsepower to take on this critical position, hit our high standards and grow fast with our worldwide company, send in your resume.

Include a separate write up describing the most significant impact you’ve had in your current job.

We realize our compensation package must be aggressive to continue building our team of top performers.









Please respond via e-mail

Position C:

Crew Coordinator

Stamford, CT

Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc. (NASDAQ: EGLE) is a US-based owner and operator of dry bulk vessels, providing its customers with reliable and responsible global transportation services for the carriage of bulk commodities including: coal, grain, iron ore, steel, cement, and forest products, among others. The Company's fleet currently totals 41 ships and is focused on the mid-size asset class.

A crew coordinator is responsible for independently scheduling crew deployments for multiple vessels. Maintaining daily contact with fleet crews, available staff, crewing employment agencies, and internal departments.

Primary contact for the fleet crew of assigned ships in the event of unexpected staff changes (illness or transfer to other vessels). Counseling fleet staff with regard to training and education programs.


  • Support Head of Crewing.
  • Interface and hire of Port Agents on behalf of Eagle.
  • Crew coordination: requests for travel, coordination with agents and travel agents.
  • Verifying and processing of crew documentation of certificates and appraisals from vessels.
  • Ensuring crew documentation and certificates are checked, recorded and processed by manning agents in compliance with Flag State requirements.
  • Ensure manning agents prepare and file crew appointment and visa letters as required.
  • Correspondence to and from vessels on all crewing matters.
  • Crew and visa letters prepare and file.
  • Crew accident/incident reports, including follow up of medically unfit Crew status.
  • Responsible to ensure that Crew lists are updated by Manning Agents/Crew Managers and maintain Crew Records in SMMS as required.
  • Oversight and monitoring crew contracts and coordinate crew change and replacements.
  • Ensuring timely validity of Vessel ITF documentation.
  • Evaluating ratings candidate's proposal for selection and employment, updating SMMS and confirming to Manning Agents.
  • Crew FBOW settlement, verifying payroll and final allotments approval.
  • Verifying input of crew appraisal reports after off sign from all Manning Agents.
  • Seafarer's appraisal reports from attending Superintendents.
  • Assessing crew bonus and informing Manning Agents/Crew Managers regarding same.
  • Crew monthly portage bill/Master General Accounts, verifying compliance with crew SEA and checking/reporting over time reports.
  • Checking, assessing and reporting Shipboard crew computer based training.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Knowledge of company policy and procedures aligned with ISM Code.
  • Knowledge of ITF regulations.
  • Knowledge of business English, composition, spelling and punctuation.
  • Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles.
  • Knowledge of federal, state and local laws with respect to dispatch procedures.
  • Knowledge of work authorization/visa requirements for crew.
  • Ability to operate the telephone in a clear, well-modulated voice using good diction.
  • Ability to understand and correctly execute verbal and written instructions.
  • Ability to prioritize assignments and work independently.
  • Ability to accurately prepare and maintain correspondence, files, reports and statistical information.
  • Ability to accurately receive and dispatch crewmembers.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, other organizations and the general public.


  • Minimum Diploma in Maritime Studies/Marine Engineering or equivalent.
  • Minimum 3 years relevant experience in recruiting offshore crewing, preferably in Marine industry.
  • Must have working knowledge of STCW 95 and flag state requirements.
  • Must be experienced in recruiting offshore personnel.
  • Very organized, able to multi-task, willing to work flexible hours, can cope well under pressure, good attention to detail.
  • Excellence in interpersonal, communication and planning skills.
  • Computer literate and can work with multi-cultural environment.



Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc.





Please send resume

Position D:


Through our intensive two-year programme as Shipping Trainee at NORDEN Shipping (USA) LLC you will be thoroughly introduced to the world of international shipping. The training incorporates both practical and theoretical aspects. Your days will be busy and interesting, and you will be working with both local and international colleagues at the office.

As a Shipping Trainee with NORDEN you immediately become a performing member of the team. During the two-year period your knowledge of our two primary business areas will gradually develop, and you will gain commercial hands-on experience with a Chartering Team and the ability to execute voyages with an Operations or Control Team.

As a Shipping Trainee with NORDEN you will join the theoretical training of the Commercial Shipping Programme with the Danish Shipping Academy with Shipping Trainees from NORDEN and other shipping companies globally. The Commercial Shipping Programme consists of 3 modules held in Denmark (duration 1-2 weeks) as well as e-learning courses and training in e.g. maritime economics and maritime law.

Qualified candidates for our Shipping Trainee Programme typically hold a quantitative bachelor’s degree, preferably with business or shipping related majors. As a minimum, you have passed mathematics at B level and you have excellent English skills.

Regardless of your educational background, it is an advantage if you have extra-curricular experiences either from work experience, military service (if relevant in your country) or from living abroad. Your personal qualifications and your attitude towards performance in a corporate context are just as important. You consider yourself to be forthcoming, curious and persevering, and you reflect yourself in our four core values; flexibility, reliability, empathy and ambition.

Furthermore, a work permit in the USA is mandatory. NORDEN will not sponsor a work permit/visa for this role and applicant who do not hold a work permit will not be taken into consideration.

With the Shipping Trainee Programme we want to develop world-class Charterers and Operators to ensure the future success of NORDEN.

As a Charterer, you find cargoes for the vessels and negotiate the freight rate. The market competition is fierce, and you need commercial flair as well as strong networking skills to succeed.

Good business sense and strong negotiation skills are essential to the chartering role. You are in direct contact with the customers, and you will seal the deals. You constantly strive to keep abreast of how supply and demand of raw materials such as iron ore, coal, sugar and gasoline change – and how this influences the freight market. You analyse market reports and news which enable you to make the right decisions – also under time pressure.

When the deal is fixed, the Operator takes over and oversees the more specific terms and conditions of the vessel’s voyage. As an Operator you are organised, solution-oriented and service-minded. You are in close dialogue with captains, ports and authorities and you handle documents about the voyage.

You are very knowledgeable about contracts, vessels, bunker consumption, ports and geographical conditions to optimise the voyage and meet the customers’ requirements.

The Charterer and Operator work closely together, but their primary competencies and profiles are quite different. The Charterer must have a keen nose for business and act as the sales person, whereas the Operator must have a good sense of perspective and strong organisational skills. During the Shipping Trainee Programme, you will gain basic knowledge within both areas – and after completion of the programme you will, along with NORDEN find the right position for you. For both job types, your everyday life is playing in an international context, often English speaking and at high pace.

After completion of the two-year programme our graduates are typically offered a position within chartering or operations in Annapolis. NORDEN considers international experience an important part of our talent development therefore we offer both short and long term work exchanges at one of NORDEN’s other offices in Denmark, India, USA, Canada , Brazil, China, Australia or Chile.








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Position E:


Provide key analytical support to Strategy team as well as Commercial team. Focus includes fleet trading analysis and forecasting, macro research, financial modeling for investments/divestitures, ad hoc strategy projects.

1. Track & Analyze the trading of the Company’s fleet – volumes moved by customer, cargo types, changing trading patterns, revenue & time charter equivalent (TCE) metrics, etc.
2. Coordinate with commercial team to budget/forecast trading (TCE) performance.
3. Track and communicate: (i) industry supply and demand dynamics and (ii) research for the chemical, oil, chemical tanker & product tanker shipping sectors; interact with third party research vendors/databases as necessary; over time extract key trends and developments, and assimilate these findings into actionable context for trading operations and business development.
4. Assist strategy team in analyzing, reviewing, and modeling vessel acquisitions and divestitures as well as corporate M&A deal flow
5. Track, monitor and report findings of public comps’ activities as well as available data for private competitors.
6. Perform ad hoc analysis for strategy team as needed.

1. Exceptional analytical abilities
2. Strong Excel & Powerpoint abilities, with solid command of building professionally formatted, detailed spreadsheets, including dynamic financial models
3. Commercial mindset and approach
4. Strong written & verbal communication skills
5. Intellectual curiosity and passion for research process
6. Prior experience in industrial or other cyclical industries; shipping or energy industry experience a plus
7. Prior investment/deal team experience a plus
8. Strong organizational skills
9. Flexibility to adapt to changing schedules and priorities

1. BS required – prefer quantitative-focused degree or comparative experience
2. At least 2-3 years of relevant high quality experience
3. Shipping experience preferred


Donna Madden
VP - Human Resources & Corporate Administration


Chembulk Tankers





Please send resumes in confidence.

Position F:

Scheduler (Marine Segment)

At World Fuel Services, our employees are the key to our global success.We are industry leaders due to the innumerable talents of our approximately 5000- strong professional team. Our people thrive in an entrepreneurial and culturally-diverse environment, where innovative thinking, collaboration and efficient execution are highly valued. Our high-performance culture is what allows us to drive sustained growth. Stronger together, we promote an environment where individuals can thrive.

World Fuel Services is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin or any other characteristic protected by law.

The Bulk Physical Operations Scheduler/Manager will have a comprehensive understanding of the loading, movement by tanker/barge, discharge, storage and tracking of bulk liquid commodities (petroleum product experience is essential), and will work closely with the NJ Supply team in providing full operational support.

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Constant communication and involvement in decision-making with immediate NJ Supply team
  • Review of operational terms and conditions on bulk purchase agreements
  • Liaison with bulk suppliers and their ops schedulers to coordinate bulk re-supply movements
  • Appointment of vessel agents, inspectors and if required cargo loss control supervisors at loadport and/or discharge port
  • Issuance of documentary instructions to suppliers and voyage orders to chartered tankers/barges
  • Monitoring of quantity gains/losses during transit and checking of product quality at both load and discharge against contractual guarantees and expected/calculated typical specifications
  • Coordination of pre-arrival product transfer and blending with discharge terminal and inventory operations in order to achieve optimal discharge plan
  • Organizing and liaising with inspectors and labs for tank samplings and quality testing of inventory
  • Liaison with terminals to organize any product transfers and blending instructions
  • Systematic monitoring/tracking of inventory in tank and reconciliation to terminal's bookstock figures
    Production and distribution of documents relating to release of inventory
  • Programming & scheduling of berths, barge loadings and alignment with scheduled bunker customer vessels
  • Maintenance of detailed and well organized contractual files
  • Handling of any tax or duty issues related to cargo imports or exports in coordination w/ corporate tax dept
  • Creation and adoption of any new operational procedures for the NJ office
  • Creation of efficient internal and external communications reports e.g. "Orders Board "Operations Program" and their regular issuance
  • Tracking & accrual of estimated ops costs and their reconciliation with actual ops costs when invoices are received
  • Claims investigation and support

Required Skills:

  • Strong analytical and modeling skills. Highly numerate
  • A positive attitude, a willingness to learn & operate new WFS systems and constant efforts to improve team efficiency
  • High level of competency and experience working in Excel;
  • Pivot table and Macro experience is highly desirable
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills. At ease working in multicultural team environment and ability to interact effectively with individuals at all levels in the organization
  • Exceptional organizational skills - must be task-oriented and able to manage to tight deadlines
  • Complete fluency in English (oral and written)
  • Professional presence and absolute integrity

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World Fuel Services






Position G:

Project Engineer

Eagle Shipping Intl. (USA) LLC is currently looking for a Project Engineer to oversee the implementation of upgrades and modification requirements in our fleet. The position will:

  • Assist in conceptual design and bid specification development
  • Prepare and maintain cost models and project cash flow reports
  • Review bids and make recommendations for selection
  • Review selection of major and minor equipment and vendors
  • Liaise with contractors, Class, regulators, vendors, and shipyards to ensure timely compliance with technical and cost requirements.
  • Inspect and assist supervision of physical installation work


  • Background in Marine Engineering and or Naval Architecture
  • Highly skilled user of IT systems, SMMS, VesLink and other ship performance management platforms
  • Strong competencies within project management, modeling, data analysis
  • Knowledge of ship operations and marine terminal operations

International project management experience, as well as technical experience in ship repair and modification

Sailing experience onboard a commercial ocean-going vessel as an engineer a plus, but not a requirement

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