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Suitable candidates to have seagoing experience onboard tankers up to C/E and minimum 2 years experience ashore in the position of Superintendent or similar management level.

Applicants to send their CV with covering letter to the General Manager at Norbulk Shipping UK Ltd, 68 Glassford Street, Glasgow, G1 1UP or via email.

Fleet Manager (Tanker)

Education and Training:

At least to the minimum education and training of a Technical or Marine

Superintendent. Other relevant training, qualifications and experience as

determined by the General Manager.


Responsible to the General Manager for the efficient technical and commercial

operation of all vessels within the appropriate fleet or as designated. This shall

include, but it is not limited to, the following:

• Monitoring of legislative and regulatory requirements to ensure their assigned

vessels are operated and maintained in full compliance with all Class, Flag

Administration, Governmental and International Regulations;

• Ensure that the Buyers register and process all requisitions from the vessels,

Superintendents and any other personnel as appropriate, checking that these

are actioned and followed through efficiently without unnecessary delay;

• Monitor current budget status of all vessels, ensuring that the Buyers are

aware of the current budgetary situation and that they keep the relevant

Superintendent / Ship Manager advised of any cost centres which are

approaching or exceeding their appropriation;

• Determine Company policy on all operational matters, establishing

procedures to be followed by staff in the performance of their duties;

• Ensuring that all operational staff comply with Company standards and

perform their function in accordance with the respective management

agreement and clients instructions (provided they are legal and do not

jeopardise the safety of the vessel);

• Ensuring that all dry dock and repair specifications are approved and agreed

with General Manager prior to approval by the Owners (if required) and prior

to submission to repair yards for tender;

• Review and renegotiate as appropriate and approval for payment all dry-
docking and major repair bills (N.B. Superintendents are permitted to sign

such bills for “work done only” and not for cost);

• Approve all management reports prior to being sent to clients;

• Make in consultation with the Superintendent, recommendations to the

General Manager regarding the re-allocation of responsibility for vessels

within the Operations Department;

• Maintain channels of communication with Principals as considered necessary

and beneficial to the Company’s relationship with clients;



• The Fleet Manager will make brief periodic visits to vessels in order to monitor

condition of vessel, assess performance of Superintendents, and to attend to

minor repairs as and when circumstances require;

• In conjunction with the General Manager, he shall review all draft budget

proposals prepared by the Ship Manager and Superintendent prior to same

being submitted to Owner;

• Conduct annual appraisals of departmental staff; identifying training

requirements as appropriate;

• Act as a member of the Emergency Response Team in the event of a


• To act as alternate Designated Person Ashore (DPA) for allocated vessels;

• Ensure appropriate notification is given to Flag and Class authorities

regarding related deficiencies onboard fleet vessels.

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