Vessel Oriented

Vessels operations are at the heart of the activity of a Terminal. This sector manages and processes the vessel stopover. Always moving, Congo Terminal activities are centered on the loading and unloading of containers. Synchronized and complementary manner, ships operators precede and anticipate the action of the operators Earth. Here are the trades that make up this link in the chain of CONGO TERMINAL.

 

The Ship Clerk

Missions

- Collect the information inherent in the stopover of a ship for loading and unloading of containers.
- Receive and transmit the Bayplan (loading and unloading of the vessel).
- Establish an appropriate team (foreman, edge pointer, crane or winch, head panels, holdman) the needs of the container door.

 

Terms

- Mandatory use of safety equipment
- Mastery of perfect safety instructions
- Flexible hours (weekends, holidays and night included)

Qualifications

- Mandatory Swimming
- Being leader
- Have good interpersonal skills and strong analytical skills,
- Reactivity, rigor, organization and self-control,
- Opening of new technologies.


Education Required: BEPC and / or specialized training
Career development: Deputy Head Ship Operations

 

The Waterfront Foreman

Missions

- Secondary vessel Clerk.
- Supervise the loading and unloading operations
- Coordinate the work of the Board Pointer


Terms


- Mandatory use of safety equipment
- Mastery of perfect safety instructions
- Flexible hours (weekends, holidays and night included)


Qualifications:


- Mandatory Swimming,
- Good analytical,
- Reactivity, discipline and self-control,
- Opening of new technologies.


Education Required: BEPC and / or specialized training
Career development: Vessel Clerk

Pointer Edge

Missions

- Identify and guide the teams in the loading / unloading movements

- Organize movements to be done according to the loading / unloading instructions

- Coordinate the work of crane operators and treuillistes

- Monitor and record the loading and unloading of container movements through TECHLOGIX

 

Terms

- Mandatory use of safety equipment

- Mastery of using TECHLOGIX

- Perfect Master of Safety

- Flexible hours (weekends, holidays and night included)

 

Qualifications

- Mandatory Swimming,

- Good analytical,

- Reactivity, discipline and self-control,

- Opening of new technologies.


Education Required: BEPC and / or specialized training
Career development: Waterfront Foreman / Ship Clerk

The Crane

Missions

- Handle Gottwald cranes Congo Terminal.
- Load and unload ship containers to the parks and vice versa.
- Interpret graphics load.

Terms

- Working at height (over the ground 30m)
- Mandatory use of safety equipment
- Mastery of perfect safety instructions

Qualifications:


- Mandatory Swimming
- Do not be afraid of heights,
- Good visual acuity,
- Excellent Visio-motor coordination,
- Self control,
- Opening of new technologies.



Education Required: BEPC and / or specialized training
Career development: Pointer Edge

The Winch

Missions

- Handle winches or cranes edge that is to say, ships built.
- Ensure the commissioning of the crane and ensure that the weight of the load does not exceed the required limits.
- Move ship and distribute containers to the park and back
- Interpret graphics load.

Terms


- Working at height (over the ground 30m)
- Mandatory use of safety equipment
- Mastery of perfect safety instructions


qualifications


- Mandatory Swimming
- Do not be afraid of heights,
- Good visual acuity,
- Excellent Visio-motor coordination,
- Self control,
- Opening of new technologies


Education Required: BEPC and / or specialized training
Career development: Pointer Edge

The Head Boards

Missions

- Guide the winch in the holds.
- Manage lators.
- Make the hyphen between the winch and containers.


Terms

- Mandatory use of safety equipment
- Perfect Master of Safety
- Flexible hours (weekends, holidays and night included)


Qualifications

- Mandatory Swimming
- Do not be afraid of heights,
- Good visual acuity,
- Reactivity, organization and self-control,
- Opening of new technologies

Education Required: BEPC and / or specialized training
Career development: winch / Crane

 

The Holdman

Missions

- Place the spreads on containers.
- Attend and assist the winch in're handling.


Terms
- Working at height (over the ground 30m)
- Mandatory use of safety equipment
- Mastery of perfect safety instructions


Qualifications
- Mandatory Swimming
- Do not be afraid of heights,
- Good Visio-motor coordination,
- Self control.


Education Required: CEPE
Career development: Chief panels

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