Careers

  • WE EMPLOY
    1,000
    shore-based staff
  • WITH A POOL OF
    8,000
    qualified seafarers
  • IN
    18
    countries
  • AND IN
    8
    seafarer training centres

Our People are our most valued and important asset. As our business grows, we are seeking professionals (both at sea and ashore) with a positive ‘can-do’ attitude, an open and creative mindset and a commitment to quality service.

In turn we invest in our people through ongoing training and career development, with an emphasis on collaboration and team building. Wallem is a place of diversity, respect and teamwork. Join us!

Job Opportunities

At sea

On Shore Opportunities

  • Objective

    To ensure nominated vessels are Maintained & Operated in line with Statutory Instruments, Company Policy & Safety Management System, Industry Best Practice & Vessel Owners Requirements.

    Job Responsibilities

    • To act as the single point of accountability, monitoring all onboard activities and providing Technical & Operational Guidance and Support to the Master & crew of nominated vessels as required.
    • To ensure Safety & Environmental Compliance with respect to Statutory Regulations, Company Policy & Safety Management System, Industry Best Practice and owner’s requirements are given the highest priority by both the shore and vessels staff.
    • To closely monitor and support all operations onboard nominated vessels, providing assurance that they are undertaken in full Compliance with Statutory Regulations, Company Policy & Safety Management System, Industry Best Practice and owner’s requirements, whilst meeting efficiency & economic expectations.
    • Responsible for all budgetary expenditure on nominated vessels, providing timely reports & analysis to Fleet Manager(s) and Owner(s) as required.
    • Acting as Client/Owners point of contact ensuring the highest level of customer Service & Satisfaction are maintained whilst also protecting the Wallem brand and our employees from risk.
    • Provide Direction, Coaching, Guidance, Mentoring and Evaluation of senior sea staff to ensure that all operations are carried out safely & successfully whilst also enabling senior sea staff with their individual career progression & development
    • Monitoring and maintaining a thorough knowledge of current Technical Superintendents Work Instructions which may be subject to review and revision from time to time, whilst completing all Tasks detailed in the Technical Superintendents Work Instructions for nominated vessels
    • Act as part of the Shore-based Emergency Response team as required.
    • Complete any additional Tasks as reasonably requested by the Fleet Manager.

    Qualification, skills & competencies

    • Demonstrate Safety & Compliance based approach to Technical Operations
    • Ability to communicate at a good level in both Spoken & Written English and Mandarin.
    • Ideally have a minimum of 2 years sailing experience in a Senior position onboard or similar Senior Engineering position within the Marine Industry.
    • Ability to formulate and comprehend official correspondence relating to Technical matters.
    • Ability to provide leadership, guidance and effective delegation in all situations.
    • Ability to provide clear & concise instructions as part of Command & Control duties within the Casualty Response Team.
    • Ability to analyze developing situations and make the appropriate notifications to Senior Management & Owners/Charters/3rd parties as required.
    • Ability to demonstrate a good standard of computer literacy.
    • Ability to produce professional reports. Can demonstrate knowledge of computerized planned maintenance systems used in the Marine Industry.

    Wallem offers competitive remuneration to suitable candidates, including 5 days work, medical, life, dental and maternity insurance, 10% MPF employer contribution, performance bonus,etc. If you have initiative, self-motivation, adaptability and a willingness to learn and grow, we would love to hear from you. Please email us in strict confidence, attaching your resume, expected salary and complete contact details at talent_hk@wallem.com

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

  • Objective
    This position is responsible for all issues regarding Marine Safety, Quality & Risk for the Entire fleet and for maintaining the Company’s Safety Management System in line with Statutory and industry requirements to achieve safety and operational excellence on board all our managed vessels.

    To monitor the Marine Safety performance of the fleet and develop plans for compliance with the new regulations including safety Campaigns with trends and leading KPI indicators.

     

    Job Responsibilities & Accountabilities               

    • Plan and schedule internal and external audits of Hong Kong office and any Branch office to ensure all ISM, Quality, Environmental and OH&S certification remains valid. In this connection, he/she is also responsible for interacting with auditing bodies for implementation of corrective and preventive actions
    • Responsibility for maintenance of the WSM Drug & Alcohol Policy aboard vessels, and scheduling of unaccounted tests aboard the Hong Kong fleet.
    • Maintain record of the performance of the fleet in Key Performance Indicators.
    • Monitor the Safety performance of the fleet and issue advisories and alerts.
    • Carry out Safety Campaigns across the Wallem fleet.
    • Monitor the Navigational performance of the fleet and issue advisories.
    • Analyze Near Miss reports, accidents, and Non-conformities to develop trends, prepare reports and co-ordinate with Fleet Cells, Global Marine FP and Global Learning and development to improve performance.
    • Maintain the Wallem SMS system and carry out appropriate changes as required.
    • Develop the Management of Change for changes affecting the office and whole fleet. MOC and project plan records to be maintained.
    • Develop High level risk assessment and co-ordinate with Fleet Cell and Managers of Global Marine HR and Marine Learning and Development for implementation of control measures.
    • Others duties as assigned.

     

    Qualifications, skills & competencies

    • Competent language skills in written and spoken English, with the ability to formulate and comprehend official correspondence relating to matters of Safety, QMS, ISM and ISO systems.
    • Considerable experience in the shipping business including the knowledge of services in ship management, quality standards, international regulations relating to shipping, auditing of procedures/processes & investigative techniques
    • Knowledge of international legislation such as that pertaining to seafarers and the requirements of the STCW (Standards of Training, Certification & Watch keeping, MLC and other conventions like safety of life at sea, code of safe working practice, Marine pollution, and tanker practices
    • Considerable knowledge with regards to the shipping business including the marine assurance process and administration.

    If you have the drive for achievement, we’d love to hear from you. Please apply via email in strict confidence, setting out the position you are applying for clearly in the subject line, with your full resume, expected salary and contact details to Talent_HK@wallem.com

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

  • Objective
    This position is responsible for ensuring nominated vessels are operated and maintained in line with Statutory Instruments, Company Policy, Safety Management System, Industry Best Practice and Vessel Owners Requirements.

    Job Responsibilities & Accountabilities                                                                                                   

    • Provides support to Technical Superintendents, nominated vessels and other members of the Fleet Cell with respect to all Marine-related Safety, Compliance and Operational issues.
    • Acts as Designated Person Ashore and Company Security Officer for nominated vessels as required.
    • Reviews the ship inspection reports to ensure the Company Safety and Quality Management System are properly implemented on board.
    • Supports Technical Superintendents as Clients or Owners point of contact ensuring the highest level of customer service and satisfaction are maintained.
    • Provides directions, coaching, guidance, mentoring and evaluations of senior sea staff to ensure that all operations are carried out safely and successfully whilst also enabling senior sea staff with their individual career progress and development.
    • Monitors and maintains a thorough knowledge of current Marine Superintendents Work Instructions which may be subject to review and revision from time to time.
    • Other duties as assigned.

     

    Key Competencies & Qualification

    • Good knowledge of Marine Regulations, Industry Statutory Instruments, ISM, ISO and ISPS system, safe & Efficient Shipboard Operations.
    • Deck Officer Qualification with First Class Master Mariner License.
    • Minimum of two years sailing experience in a senior position on board.
    • Ability to demonstrate Safety and Compliance based approach to Marine Operations.
    • Ability to communicate at good level in both spoken and written English.
    • Ability to provide effective delegation, guidance, and good leadership skills.
    • Ability to demonstrate a good standard of computer literacy.

    If you have the drive for achievement, we’d love to hear from you. Please apply via email in strict confidence, setting out the position you are applying for clearly in the subject line, with your full resume, expected salary and contact details to Talent_HK@wallem.com

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

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