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Marine Pilot Vacancy


published on 31 January 2022 1037 -

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Marine Pilot Vacancy
P&O Maritime Mozambique

P&O Maritime Logistics is a diverse global company in the marine transport sector delivering innovative and sustainable solutions in partnership with its customers. With a strong focus on business growth and excellence, P&O Maritime’s operations span Australasia, South America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

For our established P&O Maritime Mozambique, we are looking to hire a skilled Marine Pilot to provide safe, efficient, and professional pilotage services at the Port of Maputo.

 

Role:

As a Marine Pilot, you must have a high level of ship handling skills, able to rapidly familiarize and gain experience with local port knowledge of winds, weather, water depths, tides, currents, and navigational standards as well as a general maritime expertise.

Minimum Requirements:

Marine Pilot Service in major port with valid STCW Certificates.

Master Unlimited Certificate and CoC in line with Manilla 2010 STCW with validity after the 31st December 2016.

Fluent in English Language (Portuguese communication ability preferable but not mandatory)

Remuneration:

A competitive remuneration package will be offered to the successful applicants.

Employment conditions:

Annual contract on rotation basis.

Location:

Maputo, Mozambique. Applicants must be eligible to obtain a Mozambican Work Visa and a Work Permit for Mozambique.

If your profile matches with the above requirements, please apply to luciana.magalhaes@pomaritime.com by the 14th February 2022.

P&O Maritime Mozambique is an equal opportunities Employer.

Maputo, Mozambique
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