Director of marine operation
- Vessel Operations
Seeking a challenging career position where my comprehensive background can be effectively and profitably utilized.
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Thirty five (35) years experience in Ocean Transportation which have provided detailed working knowledge in these key areas:
Ship Board Management…. Strategic Analysis … Budgets …. Deployment
Asset Control …. Contract Negotiation … Computer Literacy
OOCL (USA) Inc 1980 - PRESENT
San Ramon, California
Director, Consortium & Marine
NAT Security Officer 1994 - Present
Overall management of Marine and Consortium Operations in North America. Accountable for the short term and long term schedule planning, integrity, vessel deployment for Pacific Ocean services. Budgeted entire N.A Marine Operation stevedore, terminal, port charges expenses and monitoring cost saving as well. Negotiated all N.A stevedore contracts. To achieve and safeguard OOCL’s interests with Consortium partners. Set priorities, action plan, implemented Security Policy, procedures and accredited CTPAT status.
Director, Traffic logistic 1990 - 1994
Overall management of cargo and equipment flow in North America. Accountable for cargo selection, forecast, slot allocation, buying/selling, equipment supply/demand analysis and ensured achieved maximum cargo revenue and contribution. Developed booking policies and procedures for N.A traffic control. Assisted to develop new booking
system IRIS - 2 and implemented successfully.
Regional Operation Manager 1983 - 1990
Overall in charge of Pacific South Region (PSW) operation. Direct Supervision and manage of Marine, intermodal (rail and trucking), equipment control and M&R operation.
Major accountabilities include insuring cargo loading, discharging, intermodal dispatching, equipment availability and maintain all chassis equipment in the best condition. Department performance met and exceeded Corporate standards at all times. Staff consisted of 16 individuals.
Port Captain - Marine Supervisor / SWR 1980 - 1983
Direct liaison with vessel stevedoring, terminal operations and marine personnel. Major accountabilities include coordinating gang arrangement, prepare loading/discharging stowage plan, Hazardous Materials cargo segregation, awkward cargo loading, acting owner protecting agent.
Shell Oil (Tanker) Canada 1976 - 1980
Served in various vessel crew positions such as 3, 2 and 1 mate. Responsibilities of ship handling, cargo operation, and safety navigation.
Taiwan Provincial Kaohsiung Junior College of Marine Technology, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
University of San Francisco, Bachelor of Sciences – Information System Management 12/98
University of San Francisco, Master of Sciences – Information System Management 12/01