Northern Marine Ltd
Highly tailored ship and offshore asset management
Reporting to the Fleet Manager, the Superintendent will be responsible for Ensuring all Company vessels under their control are maintained in a safe and seaworthy condition in accordance with the requirements/instructions issued by the client, the Company’s Senior Management, flag state administrations and classification societies.
Reporting to the Finance Business Partner this role is responsible for processing of monthly transactions, customer billing and general accounting admin duties.
To remain compliant with ISM, TMSA, ISO Standards, Company Safety Management System (SMS) must be maintained for Ship Management Offices and Management Fleet. HSEQ Superintendent role is to provide HSEQ advice to Fleet Groups and Vessels as required using their professional knowledge, onboard experience and implementing and maintaining the certifications of vessels to the requirements of the International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention, ISO Standards and TMSA Requirements.
The Medical Instructor will be responsible for the delivery of medical courses aimed at the Maritime, Offshore and Renewables industries. This role will also involve periodic delivery of entry level First Aid courses.
This role will be primarily responsible for the delivery of GWO emergency response-based training programs, aimed at the Renewables Industries. In addition, this role will include delivery of similar training programs in the Offshore (OPITO) and Maritime (STCW) Industries.
The IT Security Manager is a member of the IT Management team, and is responsible for ensuring that Company agreed standards, both locally and globally, are implemented and compliant with legislative and industry standards. The role holder will ensure that all infosec incidents are managed and recorded in line with Company agreed standards (both locally and globally) to ensure compliance with legislation, in addition to ensuring the Information Security team are completing relevant training by offering guidance and mentoring.
The Finance Office Client Reporting will report to Finance Team Leader. You will be responsible for maintaining General Ledgers for allocated vessel accounts. You will be able to work as part of the busy Client Reporting Team and on your own initiative with a flexible and committed approach to the role.
We are currently recruiting Management Accountants to join our Finance Team. Working within the Finance Team, you will be responsible for supporting the Finance Business Partner across all aspects of financial information including monthly reporting, reconciliations, budgeting, forecasting and ad hoc requests.
Working as part of the Purchasing team, you will be responsible for the provision of a professional compliant procurement process for Northern Marine and associate Companies.
Reporting to the Technical Manager, you will be the Principal Engineer in the fields of Naval Architecture, Structural Engineering, Stability, Computational Fluid Dynamics or similar.
Reporting to the Deputy Head of Finance, you will be responsible for the reporting function of one Business Unit within the NM Group, working closely with the Business Unit Head and provide line management to a team of Finance Officers.