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  • #2
    AET have a summer internship program working out of their London Office. Might not appeal to those of you who are already working at sea but it would be well suited to Cadets looking to come straight ashore or fancy some secure work over the summer before taking the next step.

    The role won't necessarily lead to a permanent job with AET, but Chartering is a very small community and if you impress these guys, chances are they can put you in touch with the right people. HR want those CVs in by next Wednesday and sea experience will really make you stand out so get applying!


    Commercial OPERATIONS Intern

    Closing Date: 7 June 2021

    AET is a global leader in energy logistics solutions. We are the petroleum arm of MISC and proud to play our role by providing maritime transportation solutions to meet the energy needs of the world. We deliver safe, high quality and comprehensive ocean transportation and specialist petroleum services to oil and gas companies, refineries and petroleum and chemical traders. We consistently strive to deliver the best conventional shipping services alongside the specialist activities of lightering, dynamic positioning, and hydro-carbon capture.
    As a Commercial Operations Intern, you will support the activities within Chartering, Vessel Operations & Post-Fixtures Teams. You will support the teams in deploying vessels worldwide, executing freight contracts, maintaining vessel status and performing efficient processing, invoicing and rebilling. In return you will gain true exposure to both UK & International shipping frameworks across the AET regions, as well as the opportunity to network with seasoned shipping professionals.

    You Will Be Involved In:
    • Ensuring accurate maintenance of vessel status in Chartering & Operational system (IMOS) to support accurate invoicing and position reporting.
    • Producing economic market and shipping reports.
    • Reviewing and executing new and existing Spot and Time-Charter Party contracts
    • Timely and accurate raising/posting of invoices for voyage and lightering in line with governing charter party.
    • Assisting with post-fixture claims review to ensure AET and charterers honour their business commitments and comply with payment arrangements.

    Prerequisite/Skills Required:
    • A keen interest in Commercial Operations / Chartering is essential
    • Basic knowledge of International/UK commercial shipping framework
    • Excellent IT Literacy/Knowledge
    • Excellent verbal, numerical & analytical skills
    • A proactive, “can-do” attitude

    The position is scheduled to begin on 1st of July 2021 for an initial 12 weeks. You will be expected to work 7 hours a day (with 1-hour unpaid break time) and you will be paid £10.85 per hour in line with London Living wage.

    To apply, please send a copy of your CV and a 1-page cover letter expressing your interest for the role to [email protected], using the position you are applying for as the email subject.

    If you have any questions regarding this specific role, please contact Tomi Ibirogba, HR Advisor on [email protected]



    • #3
      I better get on to updating my CV


      • #4
        Just popped up on LinkedIn.

        Hello All,

        Intrada Ships Management Ltd are looking for OOW's (Deck) to join their fleet of 13 ships. Previous cargo ship / short sea experience would be preferred. Main duties include maintenance of chart portfolio, passage planning and inspections of safety equipment. Applicant would also be involved with cargo and mooring operations.

        Due to Covid Travel restrictions, applicants must reside within the UK.

        For further information and to apply, please send a CV and cover letter to [email protected] with your name and OOW in the subject line.

        Thank you


        • #5
          Nice. Looks like Scotline. Good chance for NQO to get in with someone I should presume! Think from previous discussions on the forum, and if still the same, it's approx 24k year, and 10 weeks on / 5 off with decent chance at promotion if spend time with them.


          • #6
            Last day to get your CVs in for this!


            • #7
              Originally posted by perksy121 View Post
              Last day to get your CVs in for this!
              I thought the deadline was 7th?


              • #8
                They’re reviewing CVs today so if it’s something you’d be really interested in then still worth sending something in


                • #9
                  Just wondering has anyone worked with Scotline. I've had a couple of emails from them at different times with offers for work which I have accepted but then they just say nothing afterwards and don't reply to any further emails. To just clarify, they were not solid offers with joining arrangements but I do find it a bit odd that they would ask if you want to join a ship and then don't follow up with any reason for not getting back to you?


                  • #10
                    New one popping up on LinkedIn earlier today. Hopefully still some places!

                    Clyde Marine Recruitment

                    URGENTLY require all ranks for vacancies on a variety of vessel types in UK Coastal waters.

                    Candidates should hold all valid documentation and be able to mobilise immediately.

                    Please click here to apply or call the Glasgow office +44141 427 6886.


                    • #11
                      Was a weird one for Clyde to put up because I called and they didn't seem to have any oow jobs. I think it was more of an attention grabbee than anything else if I'm honest.


                      • #12
                        See CUK are hiring for 3rd Officers. Could be a good one for anyone recently qualified on the look out for a job:



                        • #13
                          Although hiring, CUK have been haemorrhaging Deck and Engineer Officers as of late. Make of that what you will.


                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Wiggles View Post
                            Although hiring, CUK have been haemorrhaging Deck and Engineer Officers as of late. Make of that what you will.
                            Care to expand?

                            Wouldn't mind knowing why!


                            • #15
                              The reasons why?

                              From people I’ve spoken to recently too much oversight from the office, poor pay and promotion prospects at junior level, onboard politics.

                              Also post COVID hardly any shore leave, contracts extended while onboard and less crew but the same amount of work.