Maersk Line recruits 01 Equipment Supervisor

Maersk Line recruits 01 Equipment Supervisor

Maersk Line

Tangier, Morocco
Transports et logistique

Equipment Supervisor

Full time

MA – Tangier



Delivering an integrated, commissioned and working terminal to the operations team is an important value driver within APM Terminals. Failure to deliver the asset(s) within scope, on time and budget hurts APM Terminals long term. Equally, being able to improve on the original plans for a project secures incremental value for APMT Terminals. 

The objective of this position is to supervise on-site the equipment and installation works and packages within the TM2-E project scope. 

The equipment supervisor reports to the Project Equipment Manager. The person in this role is responsible for supervising the works, monitoring the quality and the progress of the works, ensuring an excellent communication on-site between the Client, Contractor/Supplier(s) and the CES team and by making sure that all parties on-site have access to the right level of information required to carry out the works according to the contractual technical specifications. Generally, the equipment supervisor provides technical and engineering support and advice to the suppliers works, responds to technical queries, reviews technical documents, and follows up to rectify the site issues including HSSE related issues


Overall responsibilities are the following 

Daily follow-up on the equipment fabrication, installation, delivery, commissioning and integration – in line with the project’s scope, timeline, quality, budget and objectives. 

Supervise – through Crane Engineering Services (CES) – the main equipment supplies. 

Supervise all other equipment and installation packages, not managed through CES. 

Closely work and regularly align with terminal M&R Team, tap into terminal knowledge and experience.  

Propose improvements regarding the technical set-up of the equipment and installation systems, based on: 

Terminal requirements, and the approved project business case baseline. 

Follow up all changes to the E&I scope, schedule and budget. 

Elaboration of overall responsibilities 


Follow up on the Equipment & Installation (E&I) deliveries, supervise on-site works and control progress in a transparent manner (fabrication and delivery are the contractors’ and suppliers’ responsibilities). 

Maintain awareness of E&I requirements, risks and changes. Report progress and liaise with terminal and project teams. 

Ensure that commissioning, safety and compliance are addressed early in the project. 


Actively promote safety and assume a visible leadership role on the construction site. 

Support that all staff maintain full awareness of safety as a priority. 

Monitor compliance by all contractors and suppliers to APM Terminals’ safety standards and policies in cooperation with the on-site HSSE manager. 

Construction controls & governance 

Track E&I progress against the approved baseline and, where appropriate, ensure issues are pro-actively addressed, resolved and/or escalated and reported. 

Ensure CES, contractors and suppliers fulfil their roles under the contracts, timely escalate issues when necessary.  


Ensure clear communication within project and terminal technical teams. 

Meet regularly with CES, contractors and suppliers to maintain full awareness of issues which may impact safety, scope, progress, interfaces, milestones and/or budget. 

Build working relations with CES, contractors and suppliers to influence the good outcome of delivering a terminal ready for operations. 

Build collaborative relationships with associated divisions and external parties. 

Elaboration of critical interfaces 

Work closely with Automation, IT and Civil teams ensuring that: 

dependencies from elements outside own responsibility (e.g. operations, commercial, legal, Civil, IT, etc) affecting asset delivery are well understood, and 

the Automation, IT and Civil teams understand impacts of changes towards asset delivery. 



University or bac +4/5 – State engineer diploma or equivalent in mechanical engineering or similar. 


Proven track record of equipment installation and supervision in construction, technical, maintenance, port industry sectors for at least 3-5 years 

Experience and understanding of complex construction projects when representing the client organisation. 

It is a pré when the candidate has good knowledge of the port/container terminal business.  


Excellent communication skills 

Understanding of cultural differences 

Team player and problem-solving skills 

Hands on, organisation, supervising and directing equipment activities on site 

Outside site works (80% outside site supervision / 20% office work) 

Possible shift hours work 

Sound knowledge of engineering codes and HSSE regulations. 

Working knowledge of construction tools and equipment 


The construction Contract language and official business for the business is English; therefore, candidates must be proficient in English both verbal and written.  

Day to day site supervision and coordination with Contractors and Suppliers will predominantly be in English but also in Arabic and French, therefore excellent French and Arabic verbal and written communication skills is a very good to have too. 

Informations supplémentaires

Ref. R47086

At APM Terminals, we are a team of over 20,000 employees spread across more than 60 countries united by a passion to provide our expertise in port operations and container management services. By providing the expertise and port infrastructure essential to world trade, we actively support the advancement of the societies around us, enabling local economies to unlock their potential and build an even stronger global community. Working with a team of talented professionals you will get a chance to experience different cultures and make friends all over the world. You’ll find a culturally diverse, stimulating environment at any of our offices, terminals or depots. When you join APM Terminals, the world is your workplace. APM Terminals is an independent business unit within the Danish Maersk Group – a Global Fortune 500 company with about 89,000 employees and offices in 130 countries with global growth opportunities in a range of fields from shipping and energy to our offshore and manufacturing industries – Join us to achieve even your most ambitious career goals!POSTULER

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