Ref: MP179-83

Job description / Role

Employment: Full Time

Job Summary and Purpose

Assist in the overall fleet dry docking budget development and management by coordinating the data collection at pre-docking phase and monitoring of the individual Vessel dry docking budgets with the Head of technical and Technical Superintendents at execution phase.

Key Accountabilities:
1. Support both Head of Technical and the in-charge Superintendent to align in collating and raising the initial Dry-Docking supplies requirements (Material or services).
2. Vessels’ Chief Engineers and Fleet Admin Controller in raising the initial supplies requirements (Material or services), and under the supervision of the Vessels’ Superintendent.
3. Raise Head Office supplies requisitions in coordination with in-charge Superintendents and Head of Technical.
4. Communicate with the vessels to inform them about budget status and ensure the right budget cost allocation is implemented.
5. Coordinate with marine procurement team through providing all required information to proceed with Fleet related procurements.
6. Coordinate with Finance for processing vendors’ invoices and review the monthly cost allocation and reporting for individual vessels.
7. Handle GRN (Good receipt note) process of allocated Vessels and coordinate approvals with Superintendents, Head of Technical and Technical Manager.
8. Monitor allocated vessels’ expenditure and provide regular feedback, reports, and analysis to Head of Technical with this regard.
9. Follow up with Supply Department on bulk purchases and other joint procurement of spare parts and services.
10. Maintains accurate and accessible vessels OPEX budget records.
11. Maintain accurate records of the depot spares movements, inspections, and stock management, and liaise with relevant Technical Superintendents for the release and replenishment processes of depot warehouse.
12. Conduct ship visits to discuss with onboard Chief Engineers’ issues related to above responsibilities and issue related reports.


• Recognized Sea going license such as Junior Officer or any related field.
• 3-6 years’ seagoing experience with a relevant and reputable shipping company or 3 years ashore in similar cost control role and finance activities.

Job Specific Skills:
• Good understanding of various analytical tools and methodologies
• Computer literate Microsoft suite of products

About the Company

Qatar Gas Transport Company Ltd. (known as Nakilat, which means carriers in Arabic) is a Qatari-listed shipping company established by the State of Qatar to own, operate and manage LNG vessels and to provide shipping and marine-related services to a range of participants within the Qatari hydrocarbon sector. Nakilat is an integral component of the supply chain of some of the largest, most advanced energy projects in the world undertaken by Qatar Petroleum, Qatargas, RasGas and their joint venture partners for the State of Qatar.

Nakilat was established in 2004 and is a joint stock company owned 50% by its founding shareholders and 50% by the public. Nakilat owns 54 LNG vessels, making it the largest LNG ship owner in the world. Our fleet of vessels transport LNG produced from Qatars North Field, the worlds largest non-associated gas field with approximately 15% of the worlds total proven reserves to global markets. These vessels, ordered from Korean shipyards, incorporate the latest technology for safe, reliable and cost-effective transportation of LNG.

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