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Job Description

Are you passionate about steering the success of Vessel management activities in a dynamic maritime environment? Our Client, a global maritime leader is seeking a talented individual for their Asset Management Team to drive their investment/divestment strategies, identify lucrative business opportunities, and generate substantial returns through asset play.

The ideal candidate will possess a sharp eye for scrutinizing and negotiating contracts, coupled with a strong commercial business acumen. If you're ready to take on the challenge of optimizing commercial assets and navigating the ever-evolving maritime landscape, we want to hear from you!
  
Key Responsibilities:
  • Analyse market trends to spot investment and divestment prospects.
  • Aid in evaluating these decisions by conducting comprehensive quantitative and qualitative analyses.
  • Collaborate with the Strategy & Corporate Development team to pinpoint new opportunities in the shipping sector.
  • Support the preparation of Board papers and proposals for recommendations.
  • Engage in negotiations for ship Sale & Purchase and Newbuilding contracts.
  • Build and maintain strong relationships with counterparties, charterers, and shipbrokers to gather market intelligence and facilitate deals.
  • Administer existing contracts and agreements while updating relevant databases.
  • Manage routine reports and monitor and update FFA positions as necessary.
  • Contribute to ad-hoc projects and the ongoing improvement of departmental procedures.
  • Play an active role in enhancing the quality management system and departmental workflow processes.
  • Process accurate invoices through IMOS for Dry Cargo.
  • Communicate with external parties regarding operational and technical matters concerning the Dry Cargo fleet.
  • Actively engage in refining Asset Management procedures, ensuring alignment between practice and documentation in the Quality Management System (QMS).
  
Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's degree in BA, Finance, Economics, Legal, or Shipping/Maritime.
  • Ideally, 1-3 years of experience in the maritime industry.
  • Consideration for Entry-level candidates with relevant internship or training exposure.
  • Proficiency in quantitative skills and Financial Modeling.
  • Demonstrated capability in reviewing and negotiating contracts and agreements.
  • Ability to synthesize and present information crucial for decision-making.
  • Proficient in working precisely and accurately under time constraints.
  • Strong collaboration and teamwork abilities.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office tools, particularly Excel and PowerPoint.