Ship Operator Groupe CSL Montréal, QC

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Ship Operator Groupe CSL Montréal, QC

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Ship Operator
Groupe CSL
Montréal, QC
Full-time, Fixed term contract


Full Job Description

The company

The CSL Group Inc. (“CSL”) of Montreal, Canada is a world-leading provider of marine dry bulk cargo handling and delivery services. Through its major operating divisions, Canada Steamship Lines, CSL Americas, CSL Australia, CSL Asia and CSL Europe, CSL owns and operates a highly diversified fleet of specialized self-unloading vessels, off-shore transshippers and Handysize bulk carriers, and delivers more than 78 million tonnes of cargo to industrial customers annually. CSL's history can be traced back to 1845.

At CSL, we are committed to the wellbeing of our crews and employees, and to promoting a corporate culture that values high ethical standards, a safe and healthy workplace and respect for the environment. A career with CSL is both stimulating and challenging, and we are continually seeking skilled and passionate individuals to occupy key roles throughout our company.

For more information on CSL Group, please visit our website: https://www.cslships.com/en.
Duties and responsibilities

Monitor vessel commercial performance against the charter party requirements, including speed, fuel consumption, cargo lift and port performance. Investigate any shortfalls with Master and/or vessel managers;
Communicate trade and cargo information to assigned vessels; assist in resolving issues. Review schedule to identify issues. Track voyage status;
Compile, review and record all necessary operational information for voyage invoicing and accounting (laytime, fuel, deadfreight);
Communicate ETAs and related information to customers and ports;
Review Voyage P&L at the end of each voyage and reconcile all necessary items including fuel, laytime;
Maintain communication / relationship with voyage related suppliers (Docks, Agents, Tugs, etc...);
Contributes to improve processes, procedures and tools utilized by the department;
Accomplishes other duties as assigned.

Qualification and skills

1-5 years of relevant experience;
College diploma in Transportation and Logistics or equivalent marine experience;
Operational experience is an asset;
Experience in the shipping industry is required;
Logistics optimization, an asset;
Great Lakes trades experience, an asset;
Team worker;
Excellent communication skills both verbal and written in English and French;
Self-driven and problem solver, interested in personal learning and skills sharing;
Strong attention to details and information quality;
Capable of working under pressure and with minimum supervision;
Provide weekend vessel operations and on-call 24/7 phone support on a rotating schedule;
Customer-oriented and innovative;
Understanding of maritime concepts and maritime terminology;
Good computer skills;
Ethical and accountable.

This is a 18-month temporary, salaried contract. We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Job Types: Full-time, Fixed term contract
Contract length: 18 months

Benefits:

Extended health care

Schedule:

Monday to Friday
On call

Ability to commute/relocate:

Montréal, QC H2Y 2K3: reliably commute or plan to relocate before starting work (required)

Experience:

Marine Transportation: 1 year (required)

Application deadline: 2022-07-18
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