News & Events Archive 2023
If you are interested in a secure role within an innovative and unique organisation, then this role is for you.
Duties of the role will include:
•Being the Systems “Super User” for Coastal Operations
•Managing the Monitoring System
•Acting as the first point of contact in undertaking fault analysis of critical defects and outages
•Triaging responses to outages on all AtoN Systems
•Liaising with other team members to ensure the management of critical spare parts stock
•Tracking and scheduling planned replacement of equipment
In all, the volumes recorded in Q3 2023 are slightly below trend for the Irish RoRo market, whereby the long term trajectory of volumes are roughly 300,000 units per quarter. Passing 1.2m RoRo units for the full year, as was achieved in 2022, is now unlikely, but shipping operators and ports will be hopeful that the busy months of October and November can recoup some of the losses from this year.
The upcoming Transport Research Arena (TRA) webinar is set to take place at 9am November 29th. This event will provide a progress update, allowing attendees to explore the upcoming TRA Conference Programme, and discover available sponsorship/promotional opportunities.
On Tuesday 28th November 2023, Enterprise Ireland will host the third Enterprise Ireland Offshore Wind Forum in Croke Park, Dublin and will include an address from Simon Coveney, Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment.
This one-day knowledge and networking event will convene the Irish offshore wind supply chain with industry stakeholders from across the Irish, UK and global offshore wind markets.
Shannon Foynes is hiring for the position of Business Development Executive and Port Services Operative. Shannon Foynes Port Company is fully committed to a policy of equality of opportunity and treatment in its employment practices, and is committed to employing best practice in recruiting staff.
The EALING Project will hold its Final Event in one week, on November 29, 2023, in Valencia, Spain. The Irish Maritime Development Office (IMDO) will attend the flagship EALING project final event supporting Irish ports.
On 7 December, the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA) and the European Commission's DG Climate Action are organising an info day to present the Innovation Fund 2023 Call (IF23 Call). The event will take place on Thursday, 07/12/23, from 10:00 - 17:30 (CET).
The National Maritime College of Ireland (NMCI) has announced its third annual Seafarers’ Conference ‘Realising Ireland’s Maritime Ambition’, which will take place on 22 February 2024 in the Castletroy Park Hotel in Co. Limerick.
The Webinar will be dedicated to the transition from Motorways of the Sea to the European Maritime Space and aims to explore the following subjects: sustainable and digitalisation in maritime transport, seamless connectivity and intermodality, and building resilience in maritime sector. It will be held on 4 December 2023, from 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm.
The draft agenda for the webinar is as follows:
The Call for workshops for the European Maritime Day (EMD) 2024 is now open! To apply, those interested can fill in this form and submit their online application before 8 December 2023 at 17:00 CET.
The ShortSea Shipping event will be held on 28 November 2023, organized by the Spanish Association for the Promotion of Short Sea Shipping and titled "Short Sea Shipping: Efficiency, Sustainability, and Connectivity in the Service of Maritime and Land Logistics Chains."
The Cyprus Marine and Maritime Institute (CMMI) has advertised the openings of Data Scientist and Full-Stack Developer, both situated at the Maritime Digitalisation Centre (MDigiC) of CMMI, situated in Cyprus.
CMMI Open Positions
Data Scientist Position
The Cyprus Marine and Maritime Institute (CMMI) invites applications for the recruitment of a qualified applicant for the Data Scientist position at the Maritime Digitalisation Centre (MDigiC) of CMMI, situated in Cyprus. The employment period is a fixed-term two-year contract, with the possibility of renewal.
The Technical Supervisor (Electrical) role is a key role within the Engineering Services structure, leading and motivating a team of experienced and highly skilled crafts specialists. The role reports directly to the Technical Manager and is responsible for ensuring the effective monitoring and maintenance of all DPC owned electrical infrastructure across the Port estate, including but not limited to; Low & Medium Voltage Distribution Systems, PLC’s, SCADA systems, HMI Systems, High Mast & Street Lighting, Ro-Ro Ramps, Passenger Gangway; Marine Ve
Dublin Port Company (DPC) has announced the opening of T4, a newly redeveloped RoRo freight terminal in the Port costing €127m, which was officially launched today by the Minister of State, Jack Chambers, TD.
Self-financed by DPC and delivered on time, and on budget, T4 marks a major milestone in the delivery of the ABR Project, the first of three major capital development projects under its Masterplan to futureproof Dublin Port’s cargo handling capacity to 2040.
The Ministerial Meeting took place in Porto back-to-back with the Atlantic Stakeholders Platform Conference and the first Atlantic Ministerial Declaration was approved and adopted on 18 October, 2023.
During the Ministerial Meeting France, Ireland, Portugal and Spain, supported by the European Commission, committed to further build on Atlantic's success by cooperating on a wide variety of Sustainable Blue Economy topics.
The annual Laurentic Forum will take place from Tues 7th - Thurs 9th November 2023, starting at 12:00. TAking place at the ATU Campus in Killybegs, Co.
From October 23-27, the port authorities of Ireland joined together through the Irish Ports Safety Forum to host and promote the third Irish Port Safety Week. Its aim was to highlight and enhance collective safety responsibility and awareness for all port users, with events planned under differing themes throughout the week.
10.00-10.10- Welcome /Opening session Moderator
10.10-10.20- MOSES Project at a glance NTUA
10.20-10.50- MOSES Pilot 2: Outcomes and demoMARIN
10.50-11.20- Open Discussion All
11.20-11.40- MOSES exploitation perspective CIRCLE
11.40-11.50- Online polling All
11.50-12.00- Wrap up & closing remarks Moderator
This is a unique opportunity for individuals, with a marine background, to work with the statutory body who maintain the aids to navigation, including offshore lighthouses and buoys, all around the Irish coast.
As an Able Seafarer your duties will include shipboard maintenance, mooring operations, watch keeping and operating deck machinery. You will also work with cranes, winches, workboats and helicopter operations.
You will need a valid STCW II/5 Able Seafarer Deck Certificate of Competency and supporting STCW certificates as follows:
Transport Research Arena (TRA) offers a great venue for researchers, policy makers and industry representatives to get together and contribute to the discussion on how research and innovation can reshape the transport and mobility system. The conference provides a unique opportunity to hear about mobility trends in different parts of Europe, learn from achievements in industry as well as share best practices of policies and deployments.
Registration for TRA 2024 is now open!
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