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25 Jun 2024

Stena Line Hiring Fleet Superintendent

Join Stena Line's dynamic team as a Fleet Superintendent, the successful candidate will play a crucial role in overseeing the technical and operational performance of the company vessels and will be responsible for budgetary control, ensuring compliance with statutory requirements, conducting audits, and promoting a culture of continuous improvement.

This is an exciting opportunity for a detail-oriented professional with a passion for maritime excellence to make a significant impact on their fleet's efficiency and safety.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Derive, implement, and maintain budgetary control for assigned company vessels, ensuring costs fall within budget figures.
  • Advise the Fleet Manager on discrepancies and actions to reduce expenditure.
  • Review ship orders for repairs, dry-dockings, refits, spares, and stores, ensuring they align with Company purchasing procedures.
  • Oversee technical operations, ensuring compliance with statutory requirements and maintaining valid certifications.
  • Conduct audits in accordance with the company’s inspection and audit schedules.
  • Report serious safety and pollution incidents to the Designated Person immediately.
  • Notify the Fleet Manager and DPA/CSO of any factors affecting the safe and efficient running of a vessel.
  • Ensure vessel procedures comply with Company SMS and statutory requirements by attending and sailing on vessels.
  • Oversee vessel performance and report technical deviations to the Fleet Manager.
  • Monitor the Planned Maintenance System to ensure timely completion and compliance with company KPIs.
  • Regularly inspect vessels and document findings.
  • Ensure necessary certifications and arrangements for new or chartered vessels, or route changes, are in place.
  • Monitor and analyse technical incident reports for appropriate corrective actions.
  • Liaise with the HSEQ & Security Department and the Designated Person as necessary.
  • Attend Shipmanagement meetings and communicate areas of concern.
  • Liaise with external agencies such as Flag State, Class, and P&I Clubs.
  • Assist with accident, incident, or technical investigations.
  • Manage or assist with projects as directed by the Fleet Manager and/or DPA/CSO.
  • Ensure compliance with internal environmental policies and regulations.
  • Collaborate with Senior Master, Senior Chief Engineer, and People Department on appointments in the Deck and Engine Room Department.


  • Competitive basic salary of €75,000 - €90,000 dependent on experience
  • Fantastic work-life balance
  • Concessionary travel on any route on the Irish Sea/North Sea
  • 75% Discounts on UK Rail travel
  • Company pension & life assurance scheme
  • Discounts on gym memberships, digital fitness subscriptions and equipment
  • Wellbeing cash plan where you claim back your expenses for dental, eyesight testing, health screening and much more
  • Enhanced Maternity and Paternity pay
  • A generous holiday allowance of 25 days plus bank holidays
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Continuous training, coaching and development within a helpful and encouraging environment with progression opportunities


  • Full Driving Licence
  • Senior Mariner, Senior Marine Engineer or Equivalent Experience
  • Leadership Experience
  • RoRo / RoPax Experience Desirable

To Apply:

This is a full-time, permanent position based primarily in Irish Sea South Business region, ideally situated within 1hr of Dublin.

To apply for the Fleet Superintendent position, please register your profile and send in your application in English as soon as possible but no later than 30th June, 2024. Apply HERE -

For general enquiries about the vacancy or recruitment process you are welcome to contact Rebecca Small, Talent Acquisition Manager, Rebecca.Small [at]