Alpha Navigation, created in 1997, has been providing crew management / crewing services and supplying vessels with competent and professional international crew consistently throughout the years. We recognize the importance of providing qualified crew on both sides − at sea and onshore. We accomplish this by personally screening each and every prospective applicant through rigorous competency, fitness, and English language comprehension tests to bring our clients the very best people. In accordance with the Shipowner’s demands, the designated Crew Superintendent selects and employs the command and crew for the vessel.

We make sure to comply with all internal Quality Standards, IMO, STCW, and ISO requirements along with the vessel’s manning stipulations. We maintain our high standard of excellence through performance appraisals and continuous upgrade training for our crews. Our client’s satisfaction and success are of the utmost importance to us.

Свободни позиции за работа/стаж:

Entry-level Maritime Human Resources Specialist (also called as crew manager or crew coordinator or recruiter) conducts interviews, recruitment, training, travel and other logistic arrangements related to seafarers, sailors employment; communicates with the clients / employers (ship owners and ship managers).

We train! 

Qualifications, Education and Experience: 

Education: Having a bachelor’s degree is beneficial but not mandatory. We train. 

Communication Skills: Strong written and verbal communication skills in English are essential.

Interpersonal Skills: A candidate should possess basic interpersonal skills to build rapport with candidates and work well within a team environment.

Attention to Detail: A candidate need to manage large volumes of information, including resumes, job descriptions, and candidate profiles. Attention to detail is crucial to ensure accuracy and thoroughness in the work.

Basic Computer Skills: Proficiency in using basic computer programs such as Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) is required. 

Customer Service Skills: Entry-level recruiters often interact directly with candidates, providing information, answering questions, and guiding them through the recruitment process. Customer service skills are valuable in ensuring a positive candidate experience.

Ability to Learn Quickly: The recruitment landscape is dynamic, and entry-level maritime recruiters should be able to quickly grasp new concepts, technologies, and processes.

Working under pressure: Must be able to work under high pressure and meet company’s deadlines.

Teamwork and Collaboration: Entry-level Maritime Human Resources specialist, maritime recruiters typically work as part of a team, collaborating with other recruiters, hiring managers, and HR professionals. 

Being able to work well with others and contribute positively to a team environment is important.

Interest in Human Resources and Recruitment: It is not a requirement, a genuine interest in human resources, talent acquisition, and recruitment can help entry-level recruiters thrive in their roles and stay motivated to learn and grow within the field.