Join us in our quest to become Best on Water

BW Tankers is a leading ship owner and operator with a substantial fleet of product tankers.  The Company has a solid history in chartering, operations and technical management to offer customers the best solution to their transportation needs.  BW Tankers is a joint venture formed by BW Group and PAG (Pacific Alliance Group), and owns a fleet of more than 50 product tankers in the LR2, LR1 and MR segments including newbuildings.  The Company has a global presence with offices in Singapore, Copenhagen and Houston.

Embark on a career with one of the world’s leading product tanker companies. Join us as:


Main responsibilities:

  • Manage assigned ships on day to day matters with teams in Houston, Copenhagen, Singapore and affiliated manning offices
  • Responsible for delivering on safety, security and environmental performance
  • Fulfill responsibilities of CSO
  • Ensure ships are acceptable for business and ready for SIRE and customer inspections as per VIQ & TMSA requirements
  • Ensure ships comply with relevant industry and statutory requirements
  • Ensure effective close out of all non-conformances, observations and deficiencies resulting from internal or external audits and sire inspections
  • Audit and inspect ships as required
  • Assess the risk and approve STS vessels proposed for business
  • Investigate incidents, analyze root causes, close out deficiencies make recommendations and place preventive measures in place
  • Assess the operational risks from a marine / navigational perspective
  • Responsible for briefing and debriefing officers on marine matters
  • Assist with and complete pre-fixture / post-fixture questionnaires, Q88, HVPQ from oil majors and terminals
  • Respond to security questionnaires from oil majors
  • Respond to queries from Copenhagen and Houston office
  • Guide vessels / commercial teams on Cargo loading, discharging, stowage and tank cleaning as required
  • Develop relations with USCG, terminals and customers in the region
  • Actively participate in the development of the quality management system and engage in the process for the continuous improvement of departmental procedures

Ideal candidate: qualifications and requirements

  • Sailed on an oil / chemical tanker
  • Minimum 3 year’s shore experience in maritime industry
  • Strong written and verbal communication skill
  • Self-driven and capable of working independently
  • US citizen or US green card holder

If you meet the requirements of the above position, please email your detailed resume in MS Word format stating your current, expected remuneration and notice period to In your application, please state the ’Job Title’ as shown above in your subject heading.

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.