CAREERS

The Wallem Group currently employs over 1,000 shore-based staff and over 7,000 qualified seafarers, in 18 countries and aboard more than 400 ships. Our people deliver quality services with the highest level of friendly professionalism, and we constantly seek to sustain our industry leadership by creating a place where our people can develop and are respected. 

As our business grows we continually seek new employees, both highly experienced professionals and those just starting their career. Whatever your background we require a positive 'can-do' attitude and a real commitment to delivering quality service to our customers. Our aim is to be an employer of choice within the maritime industry, and to this end we invest heavily in training and career development with an emphasis on team-building throughout the Group.

Seafarers - Please click here to apply online or contact your nearest Wallem manning office.

Shore-based staff - please email your CV to recruitment@wallem.com or contact your nearest Wallem country office.

Opportunities at Sea and Ashore

  • Fleet Manager – Tankers / Dry Cargo (Based in Germany)

    Fleet Manager – Tankers / Dry Cargo (Based in Germany)

    Fleet Manager – Tankers / Dry Cargo (Based in Germany)

    We are seeking for Fleet Managers to be based in Hamburg, Germany for our Shipmanagement Division.

    As Fleet Manager, you will lead, mentor and manage the performance of Superintendents in the fleet, ensuring that all KPIs are achieved and the Group’s values and strategy are embedded in your team.

    Specifically you will:

    • Leads, mentors and manages the performance of Superintendents in the fleet, ensuring that technical KPIs are achieved and Wallem’s True North Values are embedded.
    • Builds and maintains relationships with owners and other clients.
    • Reviews the superintendent ship visits reports, verifies positive confirmation of company’s MARPOL policy therein, highlights areas of concern to the technical director and forwards to respective owners with Wallem plans for relevant upgrades to ensure that asset value of ships is maintained.
    • Monitors that deficiencies are listed in the planned maintenance system, ensures followup action to close such deficiencies, and maintains our ISM obligations.
    • Ensures the appropriate preparation, finalization and monitoring of vessel budgets.
    • Ensures that effective crew performance appraisals are completed by Superintendents
    • Ensures that coaching, mentoring and career development of crew is performed by Superintendents

    You must have:

    • At least 5 years’ experience as Superintendent and a minimum of 2 years as a Fleet Manager
    • Preferably with Membership of IMarEST and Engineering Council registration or other equivalent recognised professional registration

    If you have the drive for achievement, we’d welcome hearing from you. Please apply in strict confidence with your full resume, expected salary and contact details by e-mail to: Europe.jobs@wallem.com.

    Personal data collected will be kept under strict confidence and will be used for recruitment purposes only.

     

  • Fleet Manager – Bulk Carriers (Based in Hong Kong)

    Fleet Manager – Bulk Carriers (Based in Hong Kong)

    Fleet Manager – Bulk Carriers (Based in Hong Kong)

    We are seeking for Fleet Managers to be based in Hong Kong for our Shipmanagement Division.

    As Fleet Manager, you will lead, mentor and manage the performance of Superintendents in the fleet, ensuring that all KPIs are achieved and the Group’s values and strategy are embedded in your team.

    Specifically you will:

    • Leads, mentors and manages the performance of Superintendents in the fleet, ensuring that technical KPIs are achieved and Wallem’s True North Values are embedded.
    • Builds and maintains relationships with owners and other clients.
    • Reviews the superintendent ship visits reports, verifies positive confirmation of company’s MARPOL policy therein, highlights areas of concern to the technical director and forwards to respective owners with Wallem plans for relevant upgrades to ensure that asset value of ships is maintained.
    • Monitors that deficiencies are listed in the planned maintenance system, ensures followup action to close such deficiencies, and maintains our ISM obligations.
    • Ensures the appropriate preparation, finalization and monitoring of vessel budgets.
    • Ensures that effective crew performance appraisals are completed by Superintendents
    • Ensures that coaching, mentoring and career development of crew is performed by Superintendents

    You must have:

    • At least 5 years’ experience as Superintendent and a minimum of 2 years as a Fleet Manager
    • Preferably with Membership of IMarEST and Engineering Council registration or other equivalent recognised professional registration

    If you have the drive for achievement, we’d welcome hearing from you. Please apply in strict confidence with your full resume, expected salary and contact details by e-mail to Ms Tracy Lee, recruitment@wallem.com.

    Personal data collected will be kept under strict confidence and will be used for recruitment purposes only.

  • Technical Superintendents – Tankers/ Bulk Carriers (Based in Hamburg, Germany)

    Technical Superintendents – Tankers/ Bulk Carriers (Based in Hamburg, Germany)

    Technical Superintendents – Tankers/ Bulk Carriers (Based in Hamburg, Germany)

    Due to expansion we seek applications for Technical Superintendents of the following vessel types to be based in Hamburg for our Shipmanagement Division.

    - TANKERS

    - BULK CARRIERS

    As a Technical Superintendent, your mission will be the safe and profitable operations of the fleet assigned to you, leading and engaging senior ship staff while working collaboratively with other departments and divisions to ensure optimal fleet operations while upholding and driving the Group’s values, brand, procedures and practices.

    Specifically you will:

    • Ensure Health, Safety and the Environment are top priority
    • Ensure vessels are operated in a safe, efficient and cost-effective manner, in compliance with Class and Statutory and Wallem’s Safety Management system requirements
    • Set clear goals and expectations, proactively putting in place performance outcomes, Wallem’s values and procedures for sea staff compliance
    • Coach and develop Masters and Chief Engineers
    • Participate in interviews and make recommendations regarding new-hires and promotions
    • Provide day to day technical and operational support and guidance to assigned vessels
    • Monitor vessel performance and ensure effective follow-up actions
    • Manage vessel budgets and operating expenditure
    • Plan, monitor and manage dry-dockings and major scheduled and unscheduled repairs
    • Carry out regular vessel visits to confirm condition and compliance with company standards
    • Review for approval ship generated requisitions for stores, spares and repairs
    • Plan, control and execute all activities connected to retrofit modifications of assigned vessels
    • Provide timely and accurate reports to Clients and Senior management regarding the performance, expenditure and condition of the vessel

    You must have:

    • Minimum of 2 years sailing experience as Chief Engineer with 2 years of experience as Superintendent or previous experience in a Senior Engineering position in the Marine Industry; or
    • Post graduate Degree (MEng or MSc) or equivalent qualification in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering or Mechanical Engineering or other related discipline with 5 years of experience as Superintendent or previous experience in a Senior Engineering/Naval Architecture position in the Marine Industry
    • Membership of IMarEST and Engineering Council registration or other equivalent recognised professional registration

    If you have the drive for achievement, we’d welcome hearing from you. Please apply in strict confidence with your full resume, expected salary and contact details by e-mail to Europe.jobs@wallem.com.

    Personal data collected will be kept under strict confidence and will be used for recruitment purposes only.

  • Technical Superintendents – Bulk Carriers/ Dry Cargo Ships, PCC/PCTC (Based in Singapore)

    Technical Superintendents – Bulk Carriers/ Dry Cargo Ships, PCC/PCTC (Based in Singapore)

    Technical Superintendents – Bulk Carriers/ Dry Cargo Ships, PCC/PCTC (Based in Singapore)

    Due to expansion we seek applications for Technical Superintendents of the following vessel types to be based in Singapore for our Shipmanagement Division.

    - BULK CARRIERS

    - DRY CARGO SHIPS

    - PCC / PCTC

    As a Technical Superintendent, your mission will be the safe and profitable operations of the fleet assigned to you, leading and engaging senior ship staff while working collaboratively with other departments and divisions to ensure optimal fleet operations while upholding and driving the Group’s values, brand, procedures and practices.

    Specifically you will:

    • Ensure Health, Safety and the Environment are top priority
    • Ensure vessels are operated in a safe, efficient and cost-effective manner, in compliance with Class and Statutory and Wallem’s Safety Management system requirements
    • Set clear goals and expectations, proactively putting in place performance outcomes, Wallem’s values and procedures for sea staff compliance
    • Coach and develop Masters and Chief Engineers
    • Participate in interviews and make recommendations regarding new-hires and promotions
    • Provide day to day technical and operational support and guidance to assigned vessels
    • Monitor vessel performance and ensure effective follow-up actions
    • Manage vessel budgets and operating expenditure
    • Plan, monitor and manage dry-dockings and major scheduled and unscheduled repairs
    • Carry out regular vessel visits to confirm condition and compliance with company standards
    • Review for approval ship generated requisitions for stores, spares and repairs
    • Plan, control and execute all activities connected to retrofit modifications of assigned vessels
    • Provide timely and accurate reports to Clients and Senior management regarding the performance, expenditure and condition of the vessel

    You must have:

    • Minimum of 2 years sailing experience as Chief Engineer with 2 years of experience as Superintendent or previous experience in a Senior Engineering position in the Marine Industry; or
    • Post graduate Degree (MEng or MSc) or equivalent qualification in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering or Mechanical Engineering or other related discipline with 5 years of experience as Superintendent or previous experience in a Senior Engineering/Naval Architecture position in the Marine Industry
    • Membership of IMarEST and Engineering Council registration or other equivalent recognised professional registration

    If you have the drive for achievement, we’d welcome hearing from you. Please apply in strict confidence with your full resume, expected salary and contact details by e-mail to Ms Ivy Boo, iboo@wallem.com.sg.

    Personal data collected will be kept under strict confidence and will be used for recruitment purposes only.

     

  • Technical Superintendents – Bulk Carriers/ Dry Cargo Ships, Tankers, PCC/PCTC (Based in Hong Kong)

    Technical Superintendents – Bulk Carriers/ Dry Cargo Ships, Tankers, PCC/PCTC (Based in Hong Kong)

    Technical Superintendents – Bulk Carriers/ Dry Cargo Ships, Tankers, PCC/PCTC (Based in Hong Kong)

    Due to expansion we seek applications for Technical Superintendents of the following vessel types to be based in Hong Kong for our Shipmanagement Division.

    - BULK CARRIERS

    - DRY CARGO SHIPS

    - TANKERS

    - PCC / PCTC

    As a Technical Superintendent, your mission will be the safe and profitable operations of the fleet assigned to you, leading and engaging senior ship staff while working collaboratively with other departments and divisions to ensure optimal fleet operations while upholding and driving the Group’s values, brand, procedures and practices.

    Specifically you will:

    • Ensure Health, Safety and the Environment are top priority
    • Ensure vessels are operated in a safe, efficient and cost-effective manner, in compliance with Class and Statutory and Wallem’s Safety Management system requirements
    • Set clear goals and expectations, proactively putting in place performance outcomes, Wallem’s values and procedures for sea staff compliance
    • Coach and develop Masters and Chief Engineers
    • Participate in interviews and make recommendations regarding new-hires and promotions
    • Provide day to day technical and operational support and guidance to assigned vessels
    • Monitor vessel performance and ensure effective follow-up actions
    • Manage vessel budgets and operating expenditure
    • Plan, monitor and manage dry-dockings and major scheduled and unscheduled repairs
    • Carry out regular vessel visits to confirm condition and compliance with company standards
    • Review for approval ship generated requisitions for stores, spares and repairs
    • Plan, control and execute all activities connected to retrofit modifications of assigned vessels
    • Provide timely and accurate reports to Clients and Senior management regarding the performance, expenditure and condition of the vessel

    You must have:

    • Minimum of 2 years sailing experience as Chief Engineer with 2 years of experience as Superintendent or previous experience in a Senior Engineering position in the Marine Industry; or
    • Post graduate Degree (MEng or MSc) or equivalent qualification in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering or Mechanical Engineering or other related discipline with 5 years of experience as Superintendent or previous experience in a Senior Engineering/Naval Architecture position in the Marine Industry
    • Membership of IMarEST and Engineering Council registration or other equivalent recognised professional registration

    If you have the drive for achievement, we’d welcome hearing from you. Please apply in strict confidence with your full resume, expected salary and contact details by e-mail to Ms Tracy Lee, recruitment@wallem.com.

    Personal data collected will be kept under strict confidence and will be used for recruitment purposes only.

  • Technical Assistant

    Technical Assistant

    Technical Assistant

    Technical Assistant is to provide general administrative support to Fleet Managers and Superintendents in ship record management and operational matters.

    Specifically you will:

    • Keeps ship drawings and manuals and maintains control lists
    • Updates filing of ship certificates
    • Assists Superintendents for ship takeover and handover documentation and liaises with concerned parties for file delivery.
    • Compiles ship records and reports as assigned by Superintendents
    • Performs other duties as assigned.     

    You must have:

    • F.5 or above
    • 2-3 years’ working experience in ship management industry
    • Good interpersonal skills, organized, detailed, accountable and take initiative
    • Good command of written and spoken English and Chinese / Mandarin
    • Proficient in MS Office and email applications

    If you have the drive for achievement, we’d welcome hearing from you. Please apply in strict confidence with your full resume, expected salary and contact details by e-mail to Ms Tracy Lee, recruitment@wallem.com.

    Personal data collected will be kept under strict confidence and will be used for recruitment purposes only.

  • Officer, Customer Support

    Officer, Customer Support

    Officer, Customer Support 

    Handles all documentation related functions to ensure clearance for both import and export cargo and crew/passenger movements for cruise are handled promptly and professionally.

    Specifically you will:

    • Performs Counter Services and administers shipping documentation for customers. 
    • Handles all Inbound/Outbound/Transshipment and relevant permits in a timely manner without incurring any penalties to the Company.
    • Prepares and submits Customs Declaration for all liner, tramp and cruise vessels.
    • Prepares invoices and receipts for Assistant Manager’s review and approval.
    • Maintains up-to-date filing of related records for ISO quality management system.
    • Ensures the compliance of ISO quality management system and related records are kept.
    • Assists crew and passenger movements and their medical requirements.
    • Attending ship calls to coordinate cargo operations / crew and passenger movements, if required.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.   

    You must have:

    • F. 7 or above
    • Minimum 3 years experience in freight forward handling inbound/ outbound/ transshipment shipping documents or equivalent in customer service roles
    • Good spoken and written English and Chinese and fair Mandarin
    • Proficient in Word and Excel
    • Customer focus
    • Good team player
    • Good interpersonal skills

    If you have the drive for achievement, we’d welcome hearing from you. Please apply in strict confidence with your full resume, expected salary and contact details by e-mail to Ms Tracy Lee, recruitment@wallem.com.

    Personal data collected will be kept under strict confidence and will be used for recruitment purposes only.

  • Assistant Fleet Personnel Supervisor

    Assistant Fleet Personnel Supervisor

    Assistant Fleet Personnel Supervisor

    Assistant Fleet Personnel Supervisor is responsible for administering the placement of seafarers onboard managed vessels in compliance with all applicable regulations and requirements.

    Specifically you will:

    • assists Fleet Personnel Supervisors in placement of seafarers onboard
    • assists in ship’s mailing, updating crew database, crew changes and document control
    • supports Fleet Personnel Supervisors in communicating with vessels, port agents, manning and travel service providers
    • understands and applies Wallem’s True North values into daily work to ensure client satisfaction; &
    • other duties as may be assigned

    You must have:

    • Tertiary education or above
    • Minimum 2 years’ experience in a similar position
    • Effective communicator with good command of written and spoken English, Chinese and Mandarin
    • Well organized and attentive to details
    • Computer literate with particular emphasis on MS Office and email applications
    • Candidate with less experience will be considered as Assistant Fleet Personnel Supervisor

    If you have the drive for achievement, we’d welcome hearing from you. Please apply in strict confidence with your full resume, expected salary and contact details by e-mail to Ms Tracy Lee, recruitment@wallem.com.

    Personal data collected will be kept under strict confidence and will be used for recruitment purposes only.

     

  • Accounts Assistant- Payable

    Accounts Assistant- Payable

    We are looking for Accounts Assistant - Payable, to ensure all authorized invoices are recorded and paid promptly and follow up any discrepancies from the suppliers.

    Specifically you will:

    • To ensure invoices properly authorized and correctly coded
    • To prepare daily payment report and make remittance to suppliers
    • To log and post invoices, credit and advanced payments to AX
    • To handle queries from suppliers
    • To reconcile suppliers statement and sort out discrepancies   

    You must have:

    • F. 5 or above and LCC higher Certificate
    • 2- 3 years commercial experience, preferably in accounts payable section
    • Good computer knowledge in Excel
    • Knowledge of accounting principles
    • Basic spoken and written English skills, Fluent in Cantonese
    • Well organized and attentive to details

    If you have the drive for achievement, we’d welcome hearing from you. Please apply in strict confidence with your full resume, expected salary and contact details by e-mail to Ms Tracy Lee, recruitment@wallem.com.

    Personal data collected will be kept under strict confidence and will be used for recruitment purposes only.

  • Fleet Personnel Manager (based in Singapore)

    Fleet Personnel Manager (based in Singapore)

    Join Wallem and you join an organisation with global reach and a rich heritage in the maritime industry, respected as a leader in delivering a diversified range of maritime solutions. Ours is a company that continues to move forward, taking a progressive approach to developing new services and technologies. You will also be joining a highly talented team in an environment of friendly professionalism, where you can learn from your colleagues and from the support we provide to help you progress in your career.

    We are currently employing a Fleet Personnel Manager, based in Singapore for our Ship management division.

    This role is primarily responsible for the Fleet Personnel function to ensure assignment of qualified and competent sea staff in accordance with the Company's policies and procedures to fleet vessels. This includes compliance with regulations and owner/client satisfaction to achieve business results. With oversight of the day-to-day Fleet Personnel functions for vessels, you will be a mission focused, capable leader who is able to drive a performance culture in the FP team to ensure measurable and cost-effective results while upholding and driving the Group’s values, brand, procedures and practices.

    Specifically you will:

    • Overall in-charge of all functions of Fleet Personnel Operation of assigned group vessels.
    • To maintain communication with Principals/Owners/Technical Department/Agents and other stakeholders
    • To maintain work process Instructions for Fleet Personnel Operations
    • Crew Budgets: Prepare and review crew budgets for submission. To liaise with Principals regarding Crew Budget Variance report
    • Provide timely and accurate reports to clients and senior management regarding the performance, expenditure and update on FP matters
    • Set clear goals and expectations, proactively putting in place performance outcomes, Wallem’s values and procedures for FP team
    • As and when required, brief senior officers joining as per the guidelines provided by MD and in addition any other special instructions from the Principals/Charterers/Technical Department
    • Review of seafarers’ manpower situation including planning and forecasting of future manning requirements
    • Co-ordinate with manning centers for any Fleet Personnel issues
    • To meet and communicate with senior officers as and when required
    • To represent the Company’s interest in Industry forums

    You must have:

    • Minimum 3-5 years’ experience in a managerial position as marine professional with profound familiarity of the functions of ship Manning and Fleet Personnel Handling.

    If you have the drive for achievement, we’d love to hear from you. Please apply in strict confidence with your full resume, expected salary and contact details to Tracy Lee at tpll@wallem.com or recruitment@wallem.com

    (Personal data collected will be kept under strict confidence and will be used for recruitment purpose only.)

     

  • General Manager, Myanmar (Based in Myanmar)

    General Manager, Myanmar (Based in Myanmar)

    Wallem Services Limited is looking for General Manager who will be based in Myanmar, leading a team of 6 staff, to drive and motivate the team, and ensure it continues to deliver outstanding services and to capture new opportunities. The General Manager must be a leader who is able to leverage the professional expertise within different departments to create synergies and deliver measurable, cost-effective results that make the Wallem vision a reality. Importantly, the successful General Manager will have the skills, sensitivity, and personal confidence to tap into the energy that each member of the team brings to this maritime services group and retain the solid operational performance that supports Wallem’s excellent reputation today.

     

    The General Manager will strive for continuous improvement of service delivery; bring market feedback, customer needs and profitability of all Wallem’s business in Myanmar. The successful General Manager will implement policies and working practices in the areas of Wallem’s services, quality delivery of those services, branding and reputation and new business development in order to ensure the efficient performance of the Myanmar office.

     

    Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities

    • Develops client relationships and new business prospects
    • Acts as an important interface with key clients and other external bodies, such as state authorities, as required on vital management and operational matters
    • Provides for all staff a strong day-to-day leadership presence; communicate and implement head office initiatives and support an open-door policy among all staff
    • Provides guidance, training and coaching as required to colleagues, to ensure staff performance meets the Group’s company’s standards and requirements
    • Provides hands-on support where required in attending to visiting ships (both cargo and passenger ships)
    • Identifies the tasks needed to meet the Group’s plans and leads the senior management team to execute on those initiatives
    • Responsible for continuous improvement in the range and quality of the Group’s services
    • Oversees Wallem’s branding, including activities such as interdepartmental relationships, teambuilding & accountability
    • Responsible for ensuring compliance with national and international requirements, legislation and regulations
    • Understands and applies Wallem’s True North values into daily work to ensure client satisfaction
    • Leads the performance management process that measures and evaluates progress against goals for the organization
    • Other duties as may be assigned
    • Role requires domestic and international travels

    Job Requirements

    • College or University Graduate preferable, in Maritime or related discipline.
    • Minimum of 5 years working in a senior position in a marine industry company
    • Experienced in dealing with diverse groups of people and culture, dealing authorities and local partners
    • Ability to interact with government ministers and owners/charterers, including representatives of Oil Majors
    • Mission-focused, operationally sound, strategic and process minded leader with experience driving a performance culture to take the office to the next phase of development
    • Extensive experience in the shipping business across all lines of activities will be advantageous
    • Knowledge of port agency operations such as that pertaining to berthing, cargo operations reporting are essential
    • Excellent problem solving and analytical skills
    • Self-motivated, thrives on challenge, service-minded, detail-oriented
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, well-organized, aware of risks company faces and implements risk management plans 

     

    Interested parties please send your detailed resume with current and expected salary and preferred location to Tracy Lee at tpll@wallem.com.

  • Salesforce System Developer

    Salesforce System Developer

    Delivering Rewarding Careers

     

    Salesforce System Developer

    Location optional

    Join Wallem and you join an organisation with global reach and a rich heritage in the maritime industry, respected as a leader in delivering a diversified range of maritime solutions. Ours is a company that continues to move forward, taking a progressive approach to developing new services and technologies. You will also be joining a highly talented team in an environment of friendly professionalism, where you can learn from your colleagues and from the support we provide to help you progress in your career.

    The company utilises “Salesforce” as our CRM platform across all divisions and business units globally. We are looking for a smart, innovative and enthusiastic developer who will configure and develop the system to meet our changing needs. You will report to the Group GM Business Development in Hong Kong and work with the global business development team to enhance this business tool.

    Responsibilities

    • Configure and enhance the Salesforce platform to meet changing business needs – in particular sales pipeline and project management
    • Develop tools & reports
    • Work with sales and business development teams to identify business requirements & processes, and then configure Salesforce to meet these requirements in a simple and effective manner.  
    • Communicate regularly to recommend enhancements and apps and then implement improvements as agreed
    • Manage data clean-up and integrity on a regular basis
    • Contribute to planning & delivery of training to employees across the Group   

     

    Requirements

    • Solid experience in using and configuring Salesforce.com
    • Must be able to develop tools and reports in the system
    • Experience in a similar system development or super user role
    • Strong communication and interpersonal skills – good level of English is essential
    • Problem-solving skills

    Interested parties please send your detailed resume with current and expected salary and preferred location to arns@wallem.com.

    All information provided will be treated in strict confidence and used solely for recruitment purpose. We will only contact you if we wish to take your application further.

  • Dry Bulk Charterers and S&P Shipbrokers

    Dry Bulk Charterers and S&P Shipbrokers

    Dry Cargo and S&P Shipbrokers

    Wallem Shipbroking delivers bespoke broking services within the Handy, Supra and Panamax sectors representing both Owners and Charterers. Due to our expansion we are looking for Dry Cargo and S&P brokers to complement the existing teams in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore. Candidates  should have a proven track record with a minimum of five years' working experience in their respective field. Mandarin speaker an essential for the Shanghai vacancy. The positions offer a competitive remuneration and great career opportunities within the Wallem Group.

    Please apply by email, in strict confidence with your CV and cover letter to: Denzyl Allwright, Managing Director WSB: da@wallem.com

    Unsuccessful applicants will not be contacted. Personal data collected will be kept under strict confidence and will be used for recruitment purpose only.

  • Service Engineer (Singapore, Shanghai and Hamburg based)

    Service Engineer (Singapore, Shanghai and Hamburg based)

    Reporting to the Service Manager, this position requires a person ideally with experience as a mechanical fitter in a maintenance environment. Preferably you would already have relevant experience of servicing shipboard lifeboats and davits but specialised training will be given covering a wide range of lifesaving products to suitable candidates. While based at our Singapore, Shanghai or Hamburg offices, the job itself will be primarily offsite onboard ships both locally and worldwide. Due to the nature of the job, applicants will need to be physically and medically fit and prepared to travel away from home (sometimes sailing with vessels) for periods of time.

    JOB DESCRIPTION

    • Routine servicing, maintenance, repairs and load testing of shipboard deck equipment, both on and off site in marine and offshore related environments.
    • Training of ship board personnel in correct and safe operation of shipboard deck equipment.
    • Preparation of Service Reports and expense claims
    • Identification of additional work or material requirements during debriefing sessions 
    • Ensuring that materials are available prior to the commencement of the job
    • Assisting the Service Department in the preparation of quotations
    • Assistance with workshop related activities and on-site product refurbishment
    • Responsibility for the maintenance of your work area and tools
    • Providing technical experience and information
    • Availability to work in any location at all times sometimes to tight schedules
    • Contribute in ensuring a safe working environment

    WE OFFER
    Competitive salary, overtime, job allowances and social benefits as applicable.

    QUALIFICATIONS
    Candidates need to possess good written and verbal English language skills and be physically fit.

    • A background in Mechanical / Marine Engineering would be preferable although full training will be provided to suitable candidates.
    • Be comfortable in working alone or as part of a team, depending on the nature of the job.
    • The ability to plan and execute work to tight deadlines.
    • Being in a maintenance environment you will be able to have good problem solving and analytical abilities to rectify problems encountered on site.
    • Have an adaptable and flexible attitude and be willing to travel extensively.

    If you are interested in joining the SeaSafe Marine Service team, then please submit your detailed CV to jobsonline@wallem.com stating the position and location you are applying for.

    Wallem is an equal opportunities employer who believes strongly in recruiting, retaining and developing a strong talent pool with ample opportunities for career growth within the Group.

  • Nautical Instructor (Manila based)

    Nautical Instructor (Manila based)

    Wallem is seeking applications for a Full time Nautical instructor at WMTCP situated in Manila, part of our Ship Management Division. WMTCP provides pre-joining training and familiarization for seafarers of all ranks working on our fleet of vessels managed from Hong Kong, Singapore, Norway and Germany.

     

    The position reports directly to the Director Training, Far East Region & also the Director, Fleet Personnel in Hong Kong.

     

    You should be a senior deck officer either Master or a Chief Officer holding a Master's licence with recent sailing experience. Chief Officers without a Master's licence may be considered if you have the proven sailing experience and time equivalent for a Masters position.

     

    Your areas of responsibility will focus on navigational competency and assessment of officers both in theoretical and in simulated exercises and commercial skills, as well as all safety related subjects for all seagoing ranks. You will also be required to lead a team of three other Nautical Instructors with the aim of continuous improvement in training quality. Previous training or teaching qualifications and experience would be an advantage but are not essential as this can be provided if you have great communication skills, passion and enthusiasm for the role.

     

    Externally, you will deal directly with our manning agents in Manila.

     

    You should be fluent in English & Tagalog and have the right to live and work in the Philippines.

     

    We offer a competitive remuneration, medical insurance and a clean and modern working environment. Lunch is also provided daily free of charge.

                           

    Wallem is an international company, who takes pride in Delivering Maritime Services. We are headquartered in Hong Kong with a strong presence throughout Asia. Over the last century, we have committed ourselves to providing the highest standard of service to our customers in ship management, ship agency, commercial services and IT maritime solutions.

     

    If you have the drive and creativity to make your mark with Wallem, please apply in strict confidence with your full resume, expected salary and contact details by e-mail to John Pritchett, Director Training, Far East Region (email: jpri@wallem.com) by 31 January 2014.

    (Personal data collected will be kept under strict confidence and will be used for recruitment purpose only.)

     

Fleet Manager – Tankers / Dry Cargo (Based in Germany)
We are seeking for Fleet Managers to be based in Hamburg, Germany for our…

Fleet Manager – Tankers / Dry Cargo (Based in Germany)

We are seeking for Fleet Managers to be based in Hamburg, Germany for our Shipmanagement Division.

As Fleet Manager, you will lead, mentor and manage the performance of Superintendents in the fleet, ensuring that all KPIs are achieved and the Group’s values and strategy are embedded in your team.

Specifically you will:

  • Leads, mentors and manages the performance of Superintendents in the fleet, ensuring that technical KPIs are achieved and Wallem’s True North Values are embedded.
  • Builds and maintains relationships with owners and other clients.
  • Reviews the superintendent ship visits reports, verifies positive confirmation of company’s MARPOL policy therein, highlights areas of concern to the technical director and forwards to respective owners with Wallem plans for relevant upgrades to ensure that asset value of ships is maintained.
  • Monitors that deficiencies are listed in the planned maintenance system, ensures followup action to close such deficiencies, and maintains our ISM obligations.
  • Ensures the appropriate preparation, finalization and monitoring of vessel budgets.
  • Ensures that effective crew performance appraisals are completed by Superintendents
  • Ensures that coaching, mentoring and career development of crew is performed by Superintendents

You must have:

  • At least 5 years’ experience as Superintendent and a minimum of 2 years as a Fleet Manager
  • Preferably with Membership of IMarEST and Engineering Council registration or other equivalent recognised professional registration

If you have the drive for achievement, we’d welcome hearing from you. Please apply in strict confidence with your full resume, expected salary and contact details by e-mail to: Europe.jobs@wallem.com.

Personal data collected will be kept under strict confidence and will be used for recruitment purposes only.

 

Fleet Manager – Bulk Carriers (Based in Hong Kong)
We are seeking for Fleet Managers to be based in Hong Kong for our Shipmanagement…

Fleet Manager – Bulk Carriers (Based in Hong Kong)

We are seeking for Fleet Managers to be based in Hong Kong for our Shipmanagement Division.

As Fleet Manager, you will lead, mentor and manage the performance of Superintendents in the fleet, ensuring that all KPIs are achieved and the Group’s values and strategy are embedded in your team.

Specifically you will:

  • Leads, mentors and manages the performance of Superintendents in the fleet, ensuring that technical KPIs are achieved and Wallem’s True North Values are embedded.
  • Builds and maintains relationships with owners and other clients.
  • Reviews the superintendent ship visits reports, verifies positive confirmation of company’s MARPOL policy therein, highlights areas of concern to the technical director and forwards to respective owners with Wallem plans for relevant upgrades to ensure that asset value of ships is maintained.
  • Monitors that deficiencies are listed in the planned maintenance system, ensures followup action to close such deficiencies, and maintains our ISM obligations.
  • Ensures the appropriate preparation, finalization and monitoring of vessel budgets.
  • Ensures that effective crew performance appraisals are completed by Superintendents
  • Ensures that coaching, mentoring and career development of crew is performed by Superintendents

You must have:

  • At least 5 years’ experience as Superintendent and a minimum of 2 years as a Fleet Manager
  • Preferably with Membership of IMarEST and Engineering Council registration or other equivalent recognised professional registration

If you have the drive for achievement, we’d welcome hearing from you. Please apply in strict confidence with your full resume, expected salary and contact details by e-mail to Ms Tracy Lee, recruitment@wallem.com.

Personal data collected will be kept under strict confidence and will be used for recruitment purposes only.

Technical Superintendents – Tankers/ Bulk Carriers (Based in Hamburg, Germany)
Due to expansion we seek applications for Technical Superintendents of…

Technical Superintendents – Tankers/ Bulk Carriers (Based in Hamburg, Germany)

Due to expansion we seek applications for Technical Superintendents of the following vessel types to be based in Hamburg for our Shipmanagement Division.

- TANKERS

- BULK CARRIERS

As a Technical Superintendent, your mission will be the safe and profitable operations of the fleet assigned to you, leading and engaging senior ship staff while working collaboratively with other departments and divisions to ensure optimal fleet operations while upholding and driving the Group’s values, brand, procedures and practices.

Specifically you will:

  • Ensure Health, Safety and the Environment are top priority
  • Ensure vessels are operated in a safe, efficient and cost-effective manner, in compliance with Class and Statutory and Wallem’s Safety Management system requirements
  • Set clear goals and expectations, proactively putting in place performance outcomes, Wallem’s values and procedures for sea staff compliance
  • Coach and develop Masters and Chief Engineers
  • Participate in interviews and make recommendations regarding new-hires and promotions
  • Provide day to day technical and operational support and guidance to assigned vessels
  • Monitor vessel performance and ensure effective follow-up actions
  • Manage vessel budgets and operating expenditure
  • Plan, monitor and manage dry-dockings and major scheduled and unscheduled repairs
  • Carry out regular vessel visits to confirm condition and compliance with company standards
  • Review for approval ship generated requisitions for stores, spares and repairs
  • Plan, control and execute all activities connected to retrofit modifications of assigned vessels
  • Provide timely and accurate reports to Clients and Senior management regarding the performance, expenditure and condition of the vessel

You must have:

  • Minimum of 2 years sailing experience as Chief Engineer with 2 years of experience as Superintendent or previous experience in a Senior Engineering position in the Marine Industry; or
  • Post graduate Degree (MEng or MSc) or equivalent qualification in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering or Mechanical Engineering or other related discipline with 5 years of experience as Superintendent or previous experience in a Senior Engineering/Naval Architecture position in the Marine Industry
  • Membership of IMarEST and Engineering Council registration or other equivalent recognised professional registration

If you have the drive for achievement, we’d welcome hearing from you. Please apply in strict confidence with your full resume, expected salary and contact details by e-mail to Europe.jobs@wallem.com.

Personal data collected will be kept under strict confidence and will be used for recruitment purposes only.