VACANCY: Marine Production Supervisor

Debmarine Namibia requires the services of a Marine Production Supervisor. The incumbent will be required to spend 28 days at sea followed by 28 days shore leave.

• Coordinates and motivates the Production and Maintenance teams by:
– Effective preparation of short & medium term production plans.
– Establish team goals in order to achieve vessel objectives with regard to production and maintenance.
– Provides the relevant up-to-date mining & production statistics/hours for the production month to ensure the necessary time and resource allocation for planned maintenance and/or shutdown work.
• Controls the production treatment process by ensuring that all process parameters and controls are adhered to.
• Identifies and implements waste reduction programmes.
• Formulates, implements and maintains Standard Operating Procedures.
• Continuously improves processes by monitoring and evaluation.
• Reviews the productions related (i.e. process plant etc) SAP PM task lists and maintenance plan in conjunction with the Maintenance Planner.

• Should be energetic and manage a team
• Should be a self-starter and be able to work independently,
• Must be innovative and have leadership skills;
• Must have analytical and problem solving skills;
• Must have good oral, writing and communication skills
• Must have good interpersonal skills, and be able to work in a diverse working environment.

• Grade 12 pass
• Five (5) years relevant experience as a Processing Foreman (Mining Industry) or 5 years seagoing experience at supervisory level (deck, engineering, security, metallurgy, drilling or geology)
• Experience working on SAP MM and PM module is an advantage.

Please submit a comprehensive CV with proof of qualifications and experience to: The Human Resources Unit on Fax (061) 297 8100 or post to: Debmarine Namibia, 10 Dr Frans Indongo Street, NAMDEB Centre, Windhoek or P O Box 23016, Windhoek or e-mail your application to:

Preference will be given to Namibian citizens and designated persons as prescribed by the Namibian Affirmative Action Act.

Only short listed candidates will be contacted and shall be subjected to further screening and assessment.

No personal documents will be returned.