• Vessel Planner

    Job Locations Savannah, Georgia, United States
    Posted Date 1 month ago(10/17/2018 3:54 PM)
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  • Overview

    Exciting Opportunity with Rapidly Growing Company – Competitive Salary & Benefits

    If you are motivated and excited about working in a fast-paced environment, then you should join our team.

    Job Description

    The Vessel Planner/Allocator is responsible for optimizing stowage and cargo distribution on voyages within Trade Office Savannahs responsibility

    * Implement and refine stowage plans per voyage based on guidance from regional Trade & Local Port Operations.
    * Promote strong interaction with vessels command to optimize stowage through active/structured dialogue centered on port operations.
    * Provide feedback on utilization targets and execute allocation plans as agreed with the Trade dept.
    * Promote strong dialogue with Vessel operator team in order to optimize stowage and vessel schedule.
    * Daily monitoring of cargo flows and cargo volume information.
    * Provide direction and communicate effectively to Cargo coordination, Sales Support, Sales and Port Operations.


    Job Requirements

    * Leadership and Analytical skills
    * Proficiency in
    Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
    * Excellent communication and people skills
    * Maritime Graduate
    * Experience working on RO/RO vessels or equivalent

    With more than 7000 employees across the Americas, Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East and Oceania, Wallenius Wilhelmsen is the leading independent provider of global transportation and logistics solutions for the automotive, agricultural and construction equipment industries.
    As an employee of Wallenius Wilhelmsen you can expect challenging opportunities, an exciting career and a competitive benefits package.

    Come join our team!

    Wallenius Wilhelmsen is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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