Lübeck-based Oldendorff Carriers, the largest German bulk carrier company, is looking to hire a Bunker Manager for its Singapore office. The requirements are as follows:
Bunker Manager M/F
(a Junior Position could also be an option)
As part of the bunkers team, this role will focus on monitoring practical and economical purchasing so that delivery takes place in a smooth, efficient, and cost-effective manner. The successful candidate will provide assistance to all departments directly involved in bunkers and operations and ensure professional back-up and facilities are available.
As Bunker manager, you report to the Bunker Desk Head and are responsible for:
Develop a network of contacts with suppliers.
Qualifications / Skills:
The successful candidate should have:
Please submit your application using the form below or via email to [email protected]. Oldendorff Carriers does not accept paper applications for online postings.
Note: The original job post from Oldendorff can be found here.
Photo credit: Oldendorff Carriers
Published: 5 January, 2022
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