Academic Head of Maritime Training Institute, Liberia
LISCR is proud to be opening the Liberian Maritime Training Institute in Marshall, Liberia. Working exclusively with Halcyon Recruitment, we are presently seeking a Head of the Maritime Training Institute.
This is a high profile and diverse role in what will be a centre of excellence and flagship training institute for the industry.
Your remit will be broad and will include:
To oversee, guide and lead the enrolment and admission process of LMTI cadets
Directing and supporting the development and implementation of the curriculum together with detailed course plan and scheduling
Identifying and validating appropriate internal and external training materials
Monitoring and supporting cadet performance and development
Provide direction and input regarding new and future personnel hires for LMTI
Assisting in the evaluation and performance of LMTI academic personnel
Establishing and implementing detailed policies and procedures (to include disciplinary code, training procedures, safety requirements, academic performance policy and standards)
It is essential that you have a hands on approach and are willing to be involved at all levels of daily Institute life, leading by example and being an inspirational leader and mentor.
To be considered for this opportunity, you should have held a leadership role within a dynamic and rapidly moving environment for an established maritime training facility such as an institute, academy or a sizable internal training department. Furthermore you must have a proven track record in leading and developing maritime training programs and experience of working with communities from developing countries. In addition to this strong academic experience we expect candidates to have a seafaring background sailing at a senior level.
All enquiries and interest regarding this position must be directed to our exclusive recruitment partner, Halcyon Recruitment. Please contact Danni Devine (firstname.lastname@example.org or apply online. All applications will be treated in the strictest of confidence.