At this moment we are seeking to employ:


1. Marine Superintendents for the Dry and Tankers divisions who will

  • liaise with the Master on a wide range of issues to ensure the safe, efficient and environmentally sound operation of each fleet
  • monitor daily operations of vessels such as stowage plans, loading condition, cargo matters, mooring arrangement, navigational matters and hold/tank preparation
  • regularly attend vessels for sailing visits, audits, 3rd party inspections and dry docks
  • prepare well-documented replies in reaction to 3rd party inspections and audits
  • keep abreast of changes in international rules and regulations and vetting requirements
  • train crew in safe navigation and efficient operation during vessel attendance
  • interview prospective officers
  • actively participate in fleet meetings

The ideal candidate:

  • holds a Captain Class A or B diploma
  • has a minimum of two years’ experience as a Master or four years as a C/O
  • has an excellent command of the English language
  • possesses strong communication, negotiation and organization skills
  • is computer literate, flexible and resilient


2. a Forwarding Officer to join the Forwarding Department where they will be responsible for

  • coordinating the forwarding of major supplies to vessels in the most efficient and cost-effective way
  • monitoring vessels’ schedules and liaising with departments, vessels and Agents worldwide to consolidate shipments
  • providing dispatch instructions and documentation for import/export formalities
  • tracking shipments until they are safely on board
  • negotiating prices and checking and approving invoices

The ideal candidate:

  • holds a University degree in Logistics, Transport or a related field
  • is fluent in English and Greek
  • possesses excellent analytical, communication and negotiation skills
  • has a keen eye for detail
  • can work under pressure, and
  • is IT literate


3. an Assistant for the legal department whose tasks will include:

Drafting and proofreading legal and corporate documents, assisting with claims, monitoring and ensuring compliance with KYC and GDPR requirements as well as a range of administrative duties such as filing, taking telephone messages, scheduling meetings and checking invoices.

The ideal candidate:

  • holds a University degree
  • has several years’ experience as a paralegal or assistant in a legal/claims department of a Ship Management company or P&I Club
  • is fluent in Greek and English
  • is able to work under pressure to meet tight deadlines
  • is highly organized with a keen eye for detail
  • possesses excellent communication, interpersonal and analytical skills


Tests may form part of the selection procedure.


If you believe that you meet the above requirements, then please send your CV to : By submitting your CV you express your consent to the processing of your personal data by the Company. For full terms please see the relevant entry under ‘Security and Data Protection’ at the bottom of this page.


Only candidates shortlisted for an interview will be contacted.