01—11

Project Co-ordinator - People Team
Conwy, UK

Hill Robinson is a leading independent yacht management company, looking after some of the world’s most spectacular superyachts. We offer unparalleled services to our clientele from our 12 bases worldwide to assist in running yachts safely and efficiently and providing all the ancillary services required by these luxury assets and for the clients that enjoy them. Our expertise and highly qualified team provide the full range of services and essential support that makes the whole yachting experience a success.

The overall purpose is to support the successful delivery of new and future projects within the People Team. Ensuring projects run smoothly by providing cohesive administrative support to the CPO and Heads of Department within Human Resources, Elite Academy and Elite Recruitment.

Responsibilities

  • Foster a clear understanding of the day-to-day departments you will be working closely with; Human Resources, Elite Academy and Elite Recruitment (Corporate).
  • Drive project delivery proactively, balancing planning, scope, schedule, communication and risk.
  • Maintain and develop agreed project controls and procedures.
  • Maintain and develop project management software and systems.
  • Collaborate effectively and proactively with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Report on progress, issues, dependencies and risk to project and work on agreed outcomes and resolutions to ensure momentum is not lost.
  • Financial analysis across the People projects.
  • Be able to understand the big picture and to present it in a manner that resonates with our leaders and employees.
  • Support planning and processes to ensure project KPI’s are met.
  • A proven ability to convey technical information through a variety of media including presentations, written reports, diagrams, graphics and data.
  • Document management across multiple platforms and systems, including the filing and distribution of information to internal stakeholders.
  • Communicate in a confident, professional and positive manner taking time to understand others and their needs in order to maintain positive and productive relationships with colleagues and key contacts.

Experience & Skills

  • Excellent skills with all MS office systems; tech savvy and able to quickly learn new technology.
  • Knowledge of project management software desirable.
  • Financial understanding and advanced level of Excel is necessary.
  • Experience in managing projects within the People framework is advantageous.
  • Strong attention to detail and eye for accuracy.
  • Sound ability to analyse data and report effectively.
  • A strong finisher.
  • High level of emotional intelligence and a strong sense of responsibility and understanding of confidentiality.
  • Strong communicator with excellent spoken and written English.
  • Resilience and ability to work under pressure in a fast-moving and constantly changing environment with a willingness to adopt a hands-on approach.
  • Excellent organisational skills, and the ability to prioritise competing demands.

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02—11

CFO
Riyadh, KSA

Reporting directly to the Company’s Directors and the Group’s CFO, the CFO will lead the Company from a financial perspective. The Company is involved in luxury property management and hospitality services, and the CFO will take ownership of the Company’s fiscal and regulatory matters, work alongside other finance team members and liaise with suppliers.

Responsibilities

  • Assist with high-level decisions about policy and strategy.
  • Maintain excellent relationships with the Client’s Representatives, external partners, Executive Committee and all team members.
  • Help with recruiting new staff members when necessary. Support, mentor and develop the Finance and Procurement teams.
  • Oversee the company’s fiscal activity, including budgeting, reporting, auditing, and cash flow management.
  • Assure legal and regulatory documents are filed and monitor compliance with laws and regulations.
  • Identify and address financial risks and opportunities for the company.
  • Work on financial and management reports (weekly, monthly, quarterly, yearly, or as required).
  • Develop, maintain and apply all Policies & Procedures that have a financial impact on the Company’s activities.
  • Responsible for understanding and following the terms of the Management Agreement.

Experience & Skills

  • Fully qualified accountant with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in a lead accounting role.
  • Strong financial and accounting background, including experience with budget management and cash flow.
  • Experience with corporate governance.
  • Proven negotiation skills.
  • Ability to understand new issues quickly and make wise decisions.
  • Ability to inspire confidence and create trust.
  • Ability to work under pressure, plan personal workload effectively and delegate.

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03—11

Internal Communications, Group
Monaco/Southampton or North West, UK/ Antibes, France

Hill Robinson is a leading independent yacht management company, looking after some of the world’s most spectacular superyachts. We offer unparalleled services to our clientele from our 12 bases worldwide to assist in running yachts safely and efficiently and providing all the ancillary services required by these luxury assets and for the clients that enjoy them.

As the business grows, a key component of success is to ensure effective communications internally.  We have an exciting new role available focusing on drafting internal communication on a regular basis for all area across the Group.

Responsibilities

  • Work with the Executive Team and Marketing team to deliver the internal communications strategy and engagement plan
  • Ensure goals, initiatives and internal team news is communicated effectively and in line with the Hill Robinson and Moravia brand and values
  • Coordinate the content for company wide calls; agenda, images, recordings and invitations
  • Liaison with the marketing department to ensure internal communications are in alignment with external marketing and communications activities
  • Take ownership of the maintenance and content for the company playbook in collaboration with key internal stakeholders; marketing, operations and human resources
  • Create, develop and implement communication strategies to support change and transformation activities – providing advice on best methods for the message being conveyed
  • To write high quality, creative internal communication material / content so that communication is clear and aligned with the business strategy
  • Build a listening culture and design feedback mechanisms into internal communications to enable team members to have an opportunity for dialogue
  • Develop strong relationships with all key stakeholders in order to maintain a solid connection to the business, its operations, and key priorities
  • To develop a deep understanding of the business and its clients to ensure effective delivery of the internal communication strategy
  • Ensure consistent updates relating to company strategy, project milestones, change management processes and general communication to the internal team
  • Adopt creative and innovative solutions to bring topics to life in a way that resonates with our global internal audience
  • Ensure that internal communication channels are fit for purpose, well executed, used, and continuously evaluated for improvement
  • Oversee, create and manage the Intranet media and communications content
  • Work closely with the Executive and local management teams to produce relevant and timely communications
  • Develop consistent tools to measure and evaluate the effectiveness of internal communication activities

Experience & Skills

  • Experienced in creating and delivering internal communication is essential
  • Degree level qualification in Marketing / Business and/or Communications qualification preferred
  • Membership of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) preferred
  • Demonstrable and hands-on experience of delivering all aspects of internal communications
  • First class attention to detail and eye for accuracy
  • A highly developed sense of responsibility and understanding of confidentiality
  • Excellent spoken and written English, French would be advantageous
  • Resilience and ability to work under pressure in a fast-moving and constantly changing environment with a willingness to adopt a hands-on approach
  • Excellent organisational skills, and the ability to prioritise competing demands
  • Advanced level of technical proficiency and computer literacy (MS Office)
  • Confident liaising with internal and external stakeholders to complete tasks successfully
  • Experience in using relevant technology; Information management systems; intranet etc.

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04—11

Assistant Project Manager
Douglas, IOM

Hill Robinson is a leading independent yacht management company, looking after some of the world’s most spectacular superyachts. We offer unparalleled services to our clientele from our 12 bases worldwide to assist in running yachts safely and efficiently and providing all the ancillary services required by these luxury assets and for the clients that enjoy them.

We are growing and have a really exciting opportunity for a newly created role as Assistant Project Manager.

Responsibilities:

The Assistant Project Manager will ensure to support our Senior Project Manager to execute the technical management and related administration activities required to ensure that this refit project of a superyacht is delivered on time, within budget and to an exceptional standard.

Responsibilities

  • Working alongside the Senior Project Manager, assist with the creation of shipyard tender packages.
  • Willing to travel and work in the selected shipyard for the duration of the work.
  • Take ownership of various sub-projects and ensure they progress to pre-agreed time, constraints, budget, and quality requirements.
  • Assist with the creation of detailed refit reports and, under the supervision of the Senior Project Manager, attend meetings, produce minutes of meetings in the agreed format, and ensure correct follow-up action is carried out.
  • Schedule and attend quality control meetings with the shipyard and report back to the Senior Project Manager on any issues.
  • Assist with tracking global work progress through dedicated management software.
  • Assist in tracking project financials.
  • Assist with tracking purchases and deliveries.

Experience & Skills

  • Excellent communications skills and the ability to liaise in a professional manner with Clients, suppliers, colleagues, and other contacts as may be required
  • Excellent organizational skills, adaptable and flexible approach to work matching requirements of project work and interacting with team members in different time zones.
  • Excellent problem-solving skills. Able to manage and resolve issues to ensure operating priorities are delivered.
  • Ability to work with Microsoft Office – Work, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and be confident in using wider IT software.
  • Graduate or Masters level in Naval Architecture or Yacht design or Maritime Engineering.
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in Naval Architecture.
  • Previous experience in a Project Management role, either in a shipyard or engineering role would be desirable.
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of Lloyds rules and SOLAS.
  • Excellent IT skills and able to demonstrate knowledge of AutoCAD, RHINO by producing 2D CAD and 3D models.
  • Fluent in English and Dutch or German.

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05—11

Procurement Assistant
Douglas, IOM

Hill Robinson is a leading independent yacht management company, looking after some of the world’s most spectacular superyachts. We offer unparalleled services to our clientele from our 12 bases worldwide to assist in running yachts safely and efficiently and providing all the ancillary services required by these luxury assets and for the clients that enjoy them.

We are growing and have a really exciting opportunity for a newly created role as Procurement Assistant. Your role is vitally important in providing a strategic procurement service for Projects and operational fleet focused on end-to-end project delivery and client relationships.

 

Responsibilities

  • Finalize and update the Provisions database
  • Procurement Projects as directed by the Procurement Manager, such as procurement reports to clients and yacht, to create such reports by collecting data from various excel spread sheets and to generate charts to be used in monthly reports
  • General purchasing duties to support our managed yachts to assist the Procurement Officers. Such as requesting quotes from suppliers and creating purchase orders, ensuring all relevant documents are filled correctly
  • Vendor Management – assist the Procurement team with on-boarding of new suppliers in the procurement system and ensure all documents are filled correctly
  • Support the Hill Robinson offices with procurement administration, on direction of the Procurement Manager
  • Possibility to travel to other Hill Robinson offices

Experience & Skills

  • Excellent communications skills and the ability to liaise in a professional manner with Clients, suppliers, colleagues, and other contacts as may be required
  • Excellent organisational skills, adaptable and flexible approach to work matching requirements of project work and interacting with team members in different time zones
  • Excellent problem-solving skills. Able to manage and resolve issues to ensure operating priorities are delivered
  • Ability to work with Microsoft Office – Work, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and be confident in using wider IT software
  • Delivers the best solutions for the customer both internally and externally
  • Considers potential impact of all actions on our customer and has the aim to achieve a positive outcome for Hill Robinson at all times
  • Proactive cooperation with the team
  • English as a first language or excellent written and verbal communication skills in English taking into account the potential impact of any communication
  • Works well under pressure often juggling an assortment of tasks and continually reassessing priorities
  • Understands the interests and concerns of others particularly clients, supplier, managers, direct team members and wider company colleagues
  • Constantly working to develop, maintain, and strengthen partnerships with internal and external customers

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06—11

Recruitment Consultant - Crew
Antibes, France

Hill Robinson is a leading independent yacht management company, looking after some of the world’s most spectacular superyachts. We offer unparalleled services to our clientele from our 12 bases worldwide to assist in running yachts safely and efficiently and providing all the ancillary services required by these luxury assets and for the clients that enjoy them.

We are growing and have a really exciting opportunity for a newly created role as Recruitment Consultant for our Crew team.  Your role is vitally important in recruiting great quality crew for our clients’ yachts.

Responsibilities

  • Recruit for all crew positions sourcing, shortlisting, interviewing candidates
  • Present suitably qualified candidates to the client
  • Ensure the recruitment process is professional and delivers a positive employer brand
  • Ensure all candidates receive timely and effective communication
  • Develop and service new external HR Crew clients
  • Meet and greet and interview potential crew visitors to the office
  • Recruitment administration eg check candidate references and verify licences
  • Meet the monthly/yearly placement revenue targets both individual and team
  • Ensure that maritime law and guidelines are followed for crew selection/recruitment

Experience & Skills

  • At least 2 years’ experience in recruitment
  • Previous yachting/marine experience would be advantageous
  • Fluent English – written and spoken
  • Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines
  • Results oriented with excellent time management
  • Self-motivated
  • Strong team player
  • The candidate must be legal to live and work in France. 

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07—11

HSE Advisor
Antibes, France

Hill Robinson is a leading independent yacht management company, looking after some of the world’s most spectacular superyachts. We offer unparalleled services to our clientele from our 12 bases worldwide to assist in running yachts safely and efficiently and providing all the ancillary services required by these luxury assets and for the clients that enjoy them. Our expertise and highly qualified team provide the full range of services and essential support that makes the whole yachting experience a success.

The company is experiencing a significant growth phase. As a result, we have an opportunity for an HSE Advisor based in our Antibes office. The initial contract will be for a temporary basis (4 months) with the possibility of extension and/or permanent contract.

Overall Purpose:

The HSE Advisor will have an important position in Hill Robinson work to implement its policies of assuring the health of personnel employed by or working for the Company, the safety of personnel and assets, the prevention of harm to the environment and the quality of our services. The HSE Advisor will work in close cooperation with vessels and shore management teams in Operations, Compliance and Technical.

Responsibilities

  • Contribute to implement and review the Ship's Safety Management System in accordance with the requirements of the ISM Code, and other applicable standards and guidelines, Company specific requirements and other requirements applicable to the Company's operations.
  • To assist with the roll out, implementation and ensuring compliance of company policies, procedures, guidance, and instructions with the business unit.
  • Ensure follow up and close out audit actions, corrective and preventive measures, opportunities for improvement and areas of concern.
  • Ensuring the required HSE Induction and other safety training are delivered to all staff / subcontractors and records of these activities are maintained.
  • Ensure that the system is continuously improved, and that the system documentation is updated and adequate.
  • Ensure that the system is efficiently implemented onboard Company’s vessels and Company operations, including site-teams associated with the new building and refits projects.
  • Monitor the efficiency of the system with audits, inspections, and system reviews.
  • Monitor the development of new or modified HSE regulations applicable to the Company and its operations, and identify necessary revisions to Company Manuals as a consequence of these changes.
  • Support ships, departments, and projects in establishing ship or project specific HSE documents and risk assessments.

Experience & Skills

  • Experience in marine operations.
  • Good knowledge of industry regulations applicable for the operation of vessels world-wide.
  • You must be excellent in English written and verbal and have good communication skills.
  • Knowledge and practical experience of maritime HSE from work on board or shore-based vessel management.
  • Experience from the use of software systems used for developing and implementing HSE Management Systems.
  • Familiar with offshore and maritime “best practices” and the concepts of risk management.
  • Valid driver license.
  • Ability to travel freely.
  • A highly developed sense of responsibility and understanding of confidentiality.
  • Resilience and ability to work under pressure in a fast-moving and constantly changing environment with a willingness to adopt a hands-on approach.
  • Excellent organisational skills, and the ability to prioritise competing demands.
  • Confident liaising with internal and external stakeholders to complete tasks successfully.
  • Experience in using relevant technology; Information management systems.
  • Self-motivated and able to work on own initiative.
  • 3+ years’ industry experience preferred.
  • Additional experience working on board as crew and/or other industry related experience a benefit but not essential.
  • Associates Degree or other relevant experience an advantage.

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08—11

Office Coordinator
Fort Lauderdale, USA

A qualified Office Coordinator for Hill Robinson USA will have the ability to perform a variety of clerical tasks in support of business operations. Necessary skills include: data management, organization and logistics, professionalism, problem solving, supply management, inventory control and verbal communication. Moderate to intermediate software skills required.

Responsibilities

  • Answers multiple phone lines and responds to caller's questions or directs the call to the appropriate party.
  • Greets visitors; responds to questions, provides information, documents, instructions or directs visitor to appropriate party. Ensures office is always ready to receive visitors.
  • Responds to requests for information via mail, phone or in-person.
  • Opens, sorts and distributes incoming mail and processes outgoing mail including couriers and international deliveries; prepare international shipments to fleet vessels.
  • Responsible for office cleanliness and repairs when needed.
  • Responsible for maintaining and ordering inventory of supplies, keeping office stocked, organized and in good working order.
  • Trouble shoot and arrange IT assistance when needed.
  • Copy, scan, distribute and file paperwork including vendor, client and accounting files.
  • Prepares correspondence, memos, forms and reports using word processing applications software.
  • Maintain company calendar and and monitor staff schedules and client allocations.
  • Understand inter-company communications, main points of contact in each office.
  • Assist Company Accountant with receipts and time tracking for rebilling.
  • Daily monitoring of vessel locations on StratumFive.
  • Assist President and Communications Manager to maintain contact files and company address books; performs data entry into client database.
  • Assist with new client proposal preparation when needed.
  • Assists Crew Placement Specialist with recording reference contacts as noted on crew CV’s.
  • Assist with boat show planning and coordination, as well as special event planning.
  • Assist with preparation of sales presentations; promotional material.
  • Assist with market research, media monitoring and web references.

Experience & Skills

  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Ability to travel freely
  • Ability to legally work in the United States
  • A highly developed sense of responsibility and understanding of confidentiality
  • Excellent spoken and written English (French, Spanish or other language beneficial not essential)
  • Resilience and ability to work under pressure in a fast-moving and constantly changing environment with a willingness to adopt a hands-on approach
  • Excellent organisational skills, and the ability to prioritise competing demands
  • Advanced level of technical proficiency and computer literacy (MS Office)
  • Confident liaising with internal and external stakeholders to complete tasks successfully
  • Experience in using relevant technology; Information management systems
  • Self-motivated and able to work on own initiative
  • 1+ years’ industry experience preferred

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09—11

Yacht Manager
Fort Lauderdale, USA

Hill Robinson is a leading independent yacht management company, looking after some of the world’s most spectacular superyachts. We offer unparalleled services to our clientele from our 11 bases worldwide to assist in running yachts safely and efficiently and providing all the ancillary services required by these luxury assets and for the clients that enjoy them. Our expertise and highly qualified team provide the full range of services and essential support that makes the whole yachting experience a success.

 

 

Our Fort Lauderdale office seeks a qualified Yacht Manager demonstrating significant experience and knowledge of the yachting industry.

This position involves working to ensure resources are in place for the smooth and safe operation of our fleet vessels. Areas of responsibility include safety and compliance administration, technical and emergency support, crew management, financial administration and shore side support. The Yacht Manager is the central point of contact for all vessel operations and is responsible for regular reporting to the owner.

Responsibilities

  • Maintain ships documents, keep certificates and records on file and up-to-date, upload and download accounts, photos, forms and certificates.
  • Coordinate all captain and crew employment procedures; assist with crew selection verify documents, coordinate employment contracts, insurance and travel logistics.
  • Coordinate with Yacht Accountant to monitor monthly budgets and communicate/anticipate overages, purchasing and spending thresholds, VAT, invoices and payments, client funds and funds requests.
  • Assure good flow of communication between yacht and other departments including Accounting, Technical, Compliance and Charter.
  • Assist with technical support, ISM meetings, internal audits, SSP reviews and manuals.
  • Coordinate insurance, vendor service contracts.
  • Provide shore support and assistance to yacht as needed; problem solving and decision making with an awareness of possible consequences.

Experience & Skills

  • 2+ years industry specific experience required. Experience in a similar role would be ideal or relevant sea –going experience in a senior position.
  • Practical knowledge of yacht operational standards and procedures; familiarity with ISM and ISPS implementation a plus.
  • Excellent communication skills, written and verbal required to liaise confidently and professionally with colleagues, clients, captains and crew.
  • Familiarity with financial statements and reporting.
  • Ability to multi-task.
  • Above average IT skills required, MS Office Suite & Outlook.
  • English is the base language, French and other languages a plus.
  • Must be legal to work in the U.S.

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10—11

Group Records Specialist
Conwy, UK or Isle of Man

Hill Robinson is a leading independent yacht management company, looking after some of the world’s most spectacular superyachts. We offer unparalleled services to our clientele from our 11 bases worldwide to assist in running yachts safely and efficiently and providing all the ancillary services required by these luxury assets and for the clients that enjoy them. Our expertise and highly qualified team provide the full range of services and essential support that makes the whole yachting experience a success.

 

This is a temporary role on an initial term of 6 months, possibly to be extended to 12 months.

To design, drive and lead the management of all organisational records throughout their lifecycle in a manner that complies with operational needs and appropriate laws building efficient document management systems. To produce and implement a records management strategy that aims to ensure an accessible, secure, categorised and manageable enterprise structure promoting intuitive use, discovery and retrieval of documents and other records. To author Policies and Procedures for all aspects of the records lifecycle.  For example, document storage including compliance, retention, versioning, security/sharing, archiving, cleansing and secure disposal. To develop and define document filing structures, naming conventions and/or metadata schemes ensuring compliance group wide providing a basis for governance of the same.

 

Responsibilities

  • Responsible (in partnership with our chosen outsourced Consultants) for driving the creation, implementation and initial management of a comprehensive organisation wide records management programme covering the whole of the records lifecycle to ensure common standards across the group.
  • Providing Subject Matter Expertise to an ongoing IT Transformation Programme, to cover SharePoint on the subject of records management and/or data protection.
  • Responsible for defining the Records Management Strategy for the Group alongside our chosen firm of outsourced consultants, setting the tone from the top for the same, whilst creating the Policy, Procedures and Processes that the Corporate Records Officer and ultimately the Group would adhere to in their maintenance and ongoing development of the management of the records lifecycle.
  • Assisting with Training of all employees during this period of transformation.
  • Leading, with the support of external outsourced Consultants on the Migration of records from Laserfiche and any other system, to SharePoint, advising employees on how best to identify records to be retained, relevant nomenclature etc.
  • Day-to-day administration of document and records management systems, ensuring compliance with statutory requirements and legislation in each applicable jurisdiction.
  • Design of a document management structure that supports the business, promotes compliance and works across a wide range of disciplines, functions and global offices.
  • Drive and Lead on (in conjunction with the support of the outsourced Consultants) the collation, cleansing and potential re-structuring of documents from multiple systems to a single document management system, working across several departments and global offices operating under different legislations and statutory requirements.
  • Define the requirements of the short-term, whilst determining the long-term objectives.
  • Undertake research in relation to current methods of records management in conjunction with external outsourced Consultants with the intention of producing a gap analysis.
  • Define and lead the culture of transformation in relation to a new way of working for the whole group in order to start to promote a level of governance around the same.
  • Define the direction of travel for building and maintaining the corporate memory for the group including advising on best practice for accessibility and usability of keystone documents such as Policies, Procedures and Processes.

Experience & Skills

  • Degree in an appropriate subject and 10 years’ equivalent experience at a senior level of devising strategy for records management and/or information security programs.
  • Experience gained in Information Security setting.
  • Strong attention to detail and eye for accuracy.
  • A highly developed sense of responsibility and understanding of confidentiality.
  • Resilience and ability to work under pressure in a fast-moving and constantly changing environment with a willingness to adopt a hands-on approach.
  • Able to work on own initiative, taking critical decisions and being able to justify those decisions.
  • Comfortable and confident liaising with internal and external stakeholders to gain sponsorship and mandate.
  • In depth knowledge and understanding of GDPR and Data Protection Laws. Knowledge would be expected to have been gained in more than one jurisdiction.
  • Compliance background preferably with an ICA membership or working towards one.
  • Excellent Communication skills.
  • Excellent organisation and the ability to prioritise competing demands.

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11—11

Sales Broker
Monaco, Monaco

We are looking for an experienced Sales Broker to join our team in Monaco.

Responsibilities

  • Generate sales and business as per targets set
  • Prepare accurate and well-presented selection of available yachts to clients
  • Provide advice on the market, yacht purchase and sales
  • Provide immediate/effective response to any issue arising during the sales process

Experience & Skills

  • Highly motivated, reliable, flexible and eager to learn
  • English mandatory (French advantageous but not required)
  • Excellent knowledge of the superyacht industry
  • Minimum of 5 years’ superyacht sales brokerage experience with history and pattern leading successful yacht sales transactions
  • Experience conducting condition surveys and sea trials
  • European passport/work permit or Monaco residency required
  • Sound understanding of the yacht sales process and contracts
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills

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