Strategic Crewing Executive (Fixed Term 12 months)

Chelmsford, Essex
Ship Superintendent
Job Description


To implement and shape the future workforce strategy  within the Fleet Resourcing department, taking a data and evidence led approach to shape our Workforce Transformation project.

Working with wider business stakeholders the focus will be on building upon the current process and behaviours to define and implement a future focused strategic crewing  offering that works across the end-to-end process and organisation to meet our long term goals.

Key Deliverables:

  • Development of strategic forecasting to ensure efficient utilization of crew across the global marine managed assets to ensure that this meets the project deliverables and contractual obligations.
  • Initiate contractual discussions with third party manning providers in order to meet the long term objective to ensure resource capacity and competency can be met in the short and long term in line with business growth
  • Establishment of career and development plan to satisfy the long term requirements of the workforce strategy including training and recruitment requirements
  • Provide clear cost analysis for business planning purposes upon implementation
  • Analysis and establishment of the required roles and responsibilities of the new workforce strategy and clear structure of job descriptions.
  • Maintain clear and transparent communication with all stakeholders within the business as the project progresses.
  • Shape workstreams to allow for greater flexibility when delivery to our customers.
Qualifications, Skills and Experience


  • Experience in a similar role with a strong knowledge of MLC and other employment regulations of international seafarers
  • Proven ability to work in high pressure fast paced environments with delivery of projects
  • Working knowledge of employment law requirements.
  • Strong Stakeholder management experience
  • Able to work on own initiative
  • Ability to travel internationally at short notice
  • Working knowledge of marine terminology and culture
  • Working across international borders to work as a global team
  • Supporting the Fleet Resourcing Manager as required



  • Working knowledge of Agile project management
About The Company

The Global Marine Group is an innovative market leader in offshore engineering with an enviable track record of successful project execution. The Group consists of four business units; Global Marine providing fibre optic cable solutions to the telecommunications and oil & gas markets, CWind delivering a range of project services, CTVs and GWO-accredited training courses to the offshore wind industry, Global Offshore delivering cable installation, repair and trenching services to the offshore renewables, utilities and oil & gas markets and OceanIQ providing unparalleled subsea cable data, survey, route engineering, permitting and consultancy services for telecom and power cable installation projects.

The Group also demonstrates its global reach with two successful joint ventures, SB Submarine Systems in China, and CWind Taiwan.

With a global workforce of over 850 talented individuals, together the Group has installed over 300,000 kilometers of subsea telecoms cable and more than 1,500km of power cables, performed maintenance operations on 33% of the worlds fibre optic cables and offered  engineering services, assets and highly qualified personnel for projects at more than 50 wind farms globally.

The Global Marine Group team is full of passionate people, sharing a wealth of knowledge and constantly achieving excellence. Together the Global Marine Group is committed to engineering a clean and connected future.