Shipping Coordinator

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Shipping Coordinator

  • Post Date:9th November 2022
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Job Description

Department: Chief Harbour Master’s Department
Reporting to: VTS Operations Manager
Grade: 9
Salary: starting at £36,686 per annum (inclusive of allowances applicable following completion of training period)
Base: Gravesend, Kent
Closing date: 14 November 2022
Interview date: 24 November 2022
Reference Number: 55

As Shipping Coordinator, working within the VTS Department, you will be responsible for the timely management and coordination of all future vessel movements into and out of the Port of London ensuring efficiency of port operations for our stakeholders.

You will deal on a daily basis with a diverse range of stakeholders including vessel agents, vessel masters, PLA pilots, leisure users, the general public, berth operators and emergency services. It is essential that you enjoy teamwork, possess excellent communication and information technology skills and the ability to interpret, apply and enforce international, national and local regulations.

You should have the ability to obtain a sound working knowledge of the River and Estuary along with the Ports Byelaws, Directions and procedures. A recognised nautical qualification or a sound knowledge of shipboard and port operations would be desirable.

The Shipping Coordinator role provides an excellent foundation for progression into a VTS Officer position for the right candidate, as well as a ‘first step ashore’ for mariners wishing to move into the shore sector.

You will work a 35 hour week allocated to a rotating shift pattern with an overtime obligation according to operational demands.

A full job description is available here.

To apply, please complete the application form before the closing date of 14 November 2022.

You are required to have a Right to Work in UK, as currently the PLA is not a sponsor employer, therefore an offer of employment cannot be made unless you currently hold the rights to live and work in the UK.