Master for Crew Transfer Vessel (CTV)

Job Summary

Experienced Master for Crew Transfer Vessel (CTV)

Salary

TBC

Requirements

  • Valid STCW documents
  • National Seamans book
  • Medical Fitness Certificate
  • In-depth knowledge of navigation, safety procedures, and maritime regulations.
  • Excellent leadership and communication skills.
  • Proficiency in English is essential.

Key Responsibilities

  • Full command and responsibility for the safe navigation and operation of the CTV.
  • Execute efficient and precise maneuvers during crew transfers, ensuring the safety of passengers and crew.
  • Plan and oversee navigation routes, considering weather conditions, sea state, and other relevant factors.
  • Ensure compliance with maritime regulations and guidelines for safe navigation.
  • Enforce and adhere to strict safety protocols, including emergency procedures, life-saving equipment checks, and safety drills.
  • Conduct regular safety briefings for crew and passengers.
  • Maintain clear and effective communication with crew members, offshore installations, and relevant authorities.
  • Report navigational hazards, incidents, and accidents promptly.
  • Lead and manage the vessel crew, providing guidance and support to ensure efficient operations.
  • Oversee routine maintenance tasks, inspections, and repairs to ensure the seaworthiness of the CTV.
  • Coordinate with the engineering team for mechanical and technical requirements.
  • Ensure compliance with regulatory record-keeping requirements.

Working Conditions

  • Location: Baltic Sea
  • Nationality: EU
  • Work involves a 4-week rotational schedule.