Harbour Master

Location: Port of Dundee




Attractive salary + car allowance


The Port of Dundee is the most northerly port owned by Forth Ports and is one of the largest economic generators in the city of Dundee. Dundee is being transformed as a result of a £1 billion investment and was recently named in the top 12 places to live in Scotland. At the Port of Dundee there has been and continues to be significant ongoing investment to grow the business by creating a new quayside with an industry-leading “heavy lift” capability, coupled with a significant onshore operational area at the port.


As Harbour Master, you will be responsible for managing the Marine Service for the Port of Dundee, which involves working closely with both the Operations Management team at Dundee and Forth Tay Navigation Service.


It is essential that you hold at least a Chief Mate CoC or Harbour Master qualification or relevant degree level qualification with appropriate port or marine experience.  A thorough knowledge of all port related marine matters such as Port Marine Safety Code, Pilotage and VTS Operations is essential. A good knowledge of port operations on the Forth and Tay is desirable.


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Closing Date: 30th November 2017

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