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Crew Coordinator

Job Title: Crew Coordinator
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Netherlands,
Industry:
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
REF: JS785_1413793082
Contact Name: Stephen Johnson
Contact Email: stephenj@montash.com
Job Published: about 3 years ago

Job Description

Montash are currently in partnership with a specialist dredging & land reclamation company for a Crew Coordinator for their Fleet Department. The Crew Coordinator will be responsible for scheduling crew's deployments for various vessels located globally.

The Crew Coordinator's main responsibilities will be to maintain contact (on a daily basis) with fleet crews, employment agencies, internal functions & available staff, counsel fleet staff in regards to promotion, training & education programmes and to make regular visits to project sites globally.

All applicants for this role must have a secondary vocational degree, good social & communication skills, prepared to travel abroad on a regular basis, affinity for staff scheduling (preferably in a previous role).

Our client boasts a multi-national, international working environment with countless opportunities to improve and progress. They are a great company to work for.

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