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Maritime Administrator with the Gibraltar Maritime Administration

Maritime Administrator with the Gibraltar Maritime Administration

Published: 5 November 2020


Official Notice

Applications are invited for appointment as Maritime Administrator with the Gibraltar Maritime Administration. Applicants must by virtue of their citizenship, be entitled to take up employment in Gibraltar. The successful applicant will lead and manage all aspects and functions of the Gibraltar Maritime Administration. The post holder will require sound analytical skills, mature judgement, the ability to effectively lead and direct staff as well as the capacity to carry a significant work load, achieve targets and promote the services offered by the Gibraltar Maritime Administration.

Applicants would need to be:

a)    A valid Master Mariner Unlimited STCW II/2 with at least 5 years' sea service or
b)    A Chief Engineer STCW III/2 certificate of competency (Unlimited), with at least 5 years’ sea service, or
c)    A Naval Architect accredited by a recognised society, or

A holder of a relevant maritime-related university degree and have properly trained and qualified as a ship safety inspector.

In addition to the above prerequisites, applicants must have completed at least 5 years’ service in a senior position with an internationally recognised maritime safety organisation.

The post holder will be familiar with the workings of the EU, International Maritime Organisation and the International Labour Organisation, the Classifications Societies and all the responsibilities of a modern shipping register and must be familiar with the legislation aspects of merchant shipping.

The post holder will also be required to supervise all matters relating to EU legislation (including Conventions and Treaties), Port State Control, Flag State Control and Common Areas.

The appointment is on contract terms, initially for three years. Salary will be competitive and commensurate with proven experience and relevant training. Further particulars may be obtained from the Ministry of Business, Tourism, Transport and the Port via email on mbtt@gibraltar.gov.gi

Application forms may be obtained from the Human Resources Department, 82-86 Harbour’s Walk, New Harbours, Rosia Road, Gibraltar,  (Tel No. +350 200 71911, email: humanresources.recruitment@gibraltar.gov.gi and from the Gibraltar Maritime Administration web site at www.gibraltarship.com.

These should be returned to the Human Resources Department via email together with a brief career resume to arrive not later than  Thursday 19th November 2020.