Marine Manager

Salary: £51,621 - £63,421 plus benefits
Contract Type: Permanent contract
Closing Date: 20 Mar 2019
Career Job Description:

Pension Scheme
30 Days Annual Leave (rises with service)
Flexible Working and Support for Continuing Professional Development

Based in Barrow, Warrington or West Cumbria at any of the INS offices although regular travel to Barrow will be expected.

International Nuclear Services specialises in delivering the most technically complex, politically charged and highly sensitive transport projects in the world – those involving nuclear materials. We are looking for a Marine Manager who would be responsible for the management of a number of key contracts to support the delivery of nuclear material transportation.

Key Accountabilities

Delivery responsibilities:

  • Support organisation and administration of the ship management contract inclusive.
  • Ensuring robust financial control and forecasting
  • Support sales and operational planning, including Sales and Operational Meeting management, production on integrated planning schedules, asset preparedness statements, business opportunity roadmaps
  • Managing the overall portfolio of transport projects to ensure appropriate coordination, consistent implementation and delivery with support of the Assistant Terminal Manager and Estimating and Planning department
  • Project management of project(s) to meet/exceed agreed objectives in accordance with agreed processes and systems.
  • Manage the Japanese Agency Contract and support organisation and administration of the Physical Protection contracts
  • Reporting and investigation of vessel events/incidents
  • Support the maintenance and management of Physical Protection systems on board
  • Risk management
  • Deputy to the Senior Marine Manager as required.

Essential Skills / Experience

The role requires an individual with good project and/or contract management experience, which might be demonstrated through experience of a significant role in the management a large project or contract. Typical qualifications, experience and skills required are:

  • Recognised professional engineering and/or marine qualification, or equivalent ie Master Mariner or Chief Engineer
  • Excellent experience/knowledge/understanding of project/contract management of a significant project or contract
  • Track record of driving suppliers to improve performance
  • An in-depth knowledge of the rules and regulations governing vessels’ management.
  • Committed and responsible in meeting deadlines, with excellent time management skills.
  • Independent, organised, “hands on” attitude with a high degree of initiative, resourcefulness and drive.
  • Proactive, open-minded with the ability to multi-task in a dynamic and fast-paced environment.
  • Strong teamwork orientation and ability to manage cross-functional relationships INS, PNTL and Ship Management Company.

How to apply

To apply for the above role interested applicants should e-mail their CV along with a covering letter to by 4.00pm on Wednesday 20th March 2019.

Key Dates:

Closing date for applications is 20th March 2019

Interviews will be held on 27th March 2019 at Location TBC