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Deputy Harbour Master 

Closing date for applications: midday, Friday 1st October 2021

We are looking for a Deputy Harbour Master to help us provide efficient, cost-effective and safe harbours and port infrastructure for operators, communities and users in and around Scotland.

This is a demanding role for a highly motivated, experienced individual, who will support the Harbour Master to maintain a holistic overview of the operation of the network of CMAL statutory harbours and other non-statutory facilities. You will provide support and guidance to the Harbour Operator, and assess their performance to ensure safe and effective harbour operations that comply with the law and contractual obligations.

Ideally you will have a minimum of 2-years’ appropriate and relevant experience within the marine or port environment, or hold an MCA approved Harbour Master’s Certificate, International Harbour Master’s Diploma or suitable equivalent. You will have a proactive approach and excellent communication, organisational and problem-solving skills, and experience gained with RoPax ferry operations would be considered advantageous. Salary is dependent on the role undertaken, qualifications and experience, with benefits including a defined benefit pension scheme, life assurance and healthcare.

You can view the job description here.

You can view the person specification here.

You can apply via S1 Jobs here.

 

Asset Coordinator (Maternity Cover)

Closing date for applications: Friday 24th September 2021

We are looking for an Asset Coordinator to be involved with asset maintenance relating to CMAL’s harbours.

This role requires degree level qualification or equivalent, and reporting to the Principal Planning Engineer, you will oversee the implementation, management, maintenance and information upload for the new asset management system, as well as producing and upkeeping relevant processes and procedures. You will also be responsible for maintaining and managing upgrades to the existing user systems in relation to port infrastructure.

An understanding of marine infrastructure assets and general engineering and building works is desirable. You will also have a proactive approach and excellent communication, organisational and problem solving skills.

The role may require occasional travel across Scotland during harbour operational hours, which may include evenings and weekends. A driving licence is therefore desirable.

Salary will be dependent on qualifications and experience, and benefits will include a defined benefit pension scheme, life assurance and healthcare. Details are available on request.

You can view the job description here.

You can view the person specification here.

You can apply via S1 Jobs here.

 

Civil Engineers and Construction Managers 

Closing date for applications: midnight, Sunday 10th October 2021

We are looking for people to join our Engineering Delivery team in client roles to provide efficient, cost-effective and safe harbours and port infrastructure for operators, communities and users in and around Scotland.

We need people to oversee the development, procurement and implementation of capital and refurbishment projects and works for harbour infrastructure. You will be responsible for delivering multiple projects and reactive works and will work with consultants, contractors, the port/ferry operator and local communities & groups to deliver projects and solutions.

You will have a relevant qualification in civil engineering, construction management or other relevant subject and be registered with the Engineering Council at Incorporated or Chartered level (or be working towards this); you will have project and/or asset management experience, and preferably a background in marine engineering, with a proactive approach and excellent communication, organisational and problem-solving skills. Knowledge of Scottish Government procurement routes and NEC contracts would be beneficial.

The roles will require site meetings and inspections, sometimes in the evening or at weekends, therefore a driving licence and a flexible approach to work are essential.

You can view the Civil Engineering Project Manager job description here and the person specification here.

You can view the Construction Manager job description here and the person specification here.

You can view the Senior Civil Engineer job description here and the person specification here.

You can apply for the roles via S1 Jobs here.