Vessel Crew (CTV)

Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
Job Description

The vessel crew is responsible for safe operation and compliance to the company Safety Management System (SSEMS) assisting vessel master in day-to-day operations on-board vessels between 12 and 27m with various propulsion (Jet, CPP, IPS and FP). The vessels operate with UK and European waters working both O&M and Construction contracts in the renewables industry. 

The successfully candidates will be working on a 2 weeks on, 2 weeks off with the flexibility to support business needs when required.

·         Able to assist Master in vessel operations

·         Safety conscious and a Pro-active approach

·         Commercial understanding of client needs

·         Ensuring the safe operation and navigation of the vessel accordance with best practice

·         Conducting safe transfers for passengers from shore and onto assets

·         Dive support and rescue within the renewables industry.

·         Keeping the vessel in the best possible condition at all times

·         Routine maintenance is carried out and the planned maintenance system is updated to reflect this.

·         Ensuring that Drills and Exercises are conducted in accordance with the companies drill matrix.

·         Adhere to and comply with the Global Marine Group Safety Management System (SSEMS) and all other regulatory and legal requirements of vessel operations.

·         Holding regular toolbox talks and safety briefings with Passengers and vessel crew.

·         Keeping the vessel clean, tidy and shipshape.

·         There will be occasions when you will be required to undertake ad hoc duties as necessary.

·         Able to work safely on deck and report deficiencies where seen

·         Keen to learn and progress seafaring career

Qualifications, Skills and Experience


·         STCW ’95 must have been completed within the last 5 years or refreshed in the last 5 year.

         Personal Survival Techniques (STCW A-VI/1-1)

         Fire Fighting (STCW A-VI/1-2)

         Elementary First Aid (STCW A-VI/1-3)

·         STCW95

         Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities (STCW A-VI/1-4)

·         Approved Engine Course (AEC)

·         Slinger Signaller / Slinger Banksman Certificate

·         ENG1

·         Proficient in the English language


·         GWO Working at Height

·         Hi-ab crane operators ticket


·         Good understanding off MS Office suit

·         Relevant and valid certificates

·         Experience as master/engineer/deckhand

·         Team player and able to work independently

·         24/7 mentality

·         Technical background preferable

·         Excellent verbal and writing skills in English


·         Offshore Industry - Desirable

·         Professional Seafarer

·         Mechanical engineering - Desirable

About The Company
CWind is part of the Global Marine Group, delivering power cable and asset management services topside and subsea, to the offshore renewables and utilities market. With experience at over 40 offshore wind farms, and known as a reliable power cable installation and repair provider, CWind consistently demonstrates a commitment to innovation with a can-do attitude.

CWind holds a unique market position with a dedicated team of trained technicians combined with a fuel efficient fleet of crew transfer vessels (CTV) and access to highly experienced cable ships. In addition to this, the company has its own in-house training facility, the National Wind Farm Training Centre (NWFTC), providing a comprehensive range of GWO accredited courses.

CWind is constantly thinking of new and innovative solutions to address client problems and is 100% committed to on-going new product development – engineering a blade repair solution is the latest ground breaking package available from the company.

The company is equally committed to developing a local presence to support the geographical needs of clients.  Grimsby is the first local hub with two CTV berths, offices, storage, rigging loft and equipment.

Today CWind works with significant wind farm owners and developers such as Dong Energy, E.On and Vattenfall.