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Cardiff Council

Quay Supervisor
ET50168536
Job Category: Other
Contract type: Permanent
Working hours: Full Time
Department: Economic Development
Grade: Grade 6
Salary: £24,799 - £28,785
Closing date: 20/06/2019

An opportunity has arisen for a Quay Supervisor to work within the Harbour Master’s Team at Cardiff Harbour Authority. 

Duties of the post include: procurement of supplies for quay operations and other Harbour Team requirements; liaison with external contractors requiring access to the quayside; and coordination of the onward movement of waste collected from the water.

The successful candidate will have experience of materials handling, general site/ store management together with the motivation and initiative to work independently, whilst being able to contribute to a team operation.

You will also be computer literate, and able to communicate effectively with colleagues and external agencies. Marine experience is desirable but not essential.

This post is 37.00 hour per week, Monday to Friday.
 
For an informal discussion, or if you require further information, please contact the Harbour Master, Andrew Vye-Parminter, or e-mail AVye-Parminter@cardiff.gov.uk or Deputy Harbour Master, Tim Gifford on Tim.Gifford@cardiff.gov.uk or on Tel (029) 2087 7900.

Reporting to the Assistant Harbour Master, you will be responsible for managing the Environment Quay, compound, slipway, fuel facility and storage ensuring that H&S procedures and regulations relating to operations are adhered to; to manage and carry out maintenance tasks to support Cardiff Harbour Authority marine and land operations and to operate associated plant and machinery.

This vacancy is suitable for post share.

We welcome applications in both English and Welsh. Applications received in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than English applications.

As a large public sector organisation, it is important to us that we support the economic wellbeing of our citizens and that our workforce better reflects the communities we serve.   Therefore, although not a requirement for application, we welcome and encourage applications from under represented individuals:
aged under 25
not in employment, education or training
from our local communities including in particular those from the Cardiff BAME community
able to communicate fluently in Welsh

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