Scheduler/Marine coordinator

Location: 

Bangkok, 10, TH

Company:  ExxonMobil

Job Role Summary

 

Scheduler/Marine Coordinator (Basestock and Chemical) is act as key contact to ensure on-time performance and business excellent, liaise with sales team, terminal and receivers to optimize vessel schedule to achieve reliable and lowest cost to serve. Coordinate and implement the safe and efficient dispatch / voyage operations of ExxonMobil affiliate owned and chartered vessels that transport the company's cargoes worldwide.

 

Responsibilities

  • To work closely with business units and translate their planning to meet supply/demand needs via vessel scheduling and chartering.
  • To manage change in a dynamic environment, and able to tackle unforeseen issue, find creative solution to respond to business change.
  • To understand holistic view of business and become key enabler for business growth and customer satisfaction
  • To provide analytic view of scheduling and vessel chartering, understand cost and benefits to make robust decision
  • To schedule all aspects of marine operations pertaining the transportation of bulk hydrocarbon marine movements to and from a wide variety of destinations globally

                - Formulate and issue appropriate voyage orders and letters of indemnity (as necessary).
                - Arrange and optimize supply, delivery of bunkers for time chartered vessels.
                - Appoint / nominate port agents.
                - Ensure charter party terms are followed.  

  • Primary point of contact for all vessel related operations (i.e. ship, broker, agents) and initial incident notification.
  • Provide timely and accurate reports on vessel movements and performance including anticipated arrival and departure timing, in-port operations and other vessel/voyage data.
  • To optimize the ship movements with the business unit's supply organizations and the ship owners.
  • To liaise externally with third parties - including brokers, shipping companies, captains, terminals and port agents
  • To liaise internally with Freight Traders (charterers), the Regional Business Units and Global Marine to provide information on shipping opportunities to ensure vessel utilization and safety objectives are achieved and are consistent with corporate policies, industry standards and government regulations. 
  • To enter and maintain records in GOM and or VIP (hydrocarbon and marine computer platforms), where applicable, liasing with the team’s interfaces including Product Management MI to ensure freight and other voyage related charges are processed and paid in a timely manner.

 

Required Skills and Knowledge

  • Minimum bachelor's in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematic 

  • Have experience in Oil & gas, Lubricant, Basestock, Logistic or marine is a plus

  • 0 - 6 year work experience

  • Fluency in English: TOEIC 800+, TOEFL iBT 98+, or IELTS 6.5+

  • Strong written and clear communication skills

  • Strong with possess analytical skill and commercial savvy

  • Strategic thinking, conceptual, problem solving and analytical skills 

  • Open for opportunities and willing to take challenges


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