Cargo Superintendent

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Are you passionate about thriving in a dynamic operational environment and exploring the world? You might just be the perfect fit for us!


At WFS PRO, we serve clients like Roll Group, operating heavy lift vessels including semi-submersible dock ships and wide deck carriers, to transport unconventional cargo that regular vessels can't handle. Picture topsides, monopiles for offshore wind turbines, mega yachts, naval equipment, and refinery modules. We require expertise in the maritime sector, engineering, and vessel maintenance management to ensure compliance and safety during global operations. And this is where you come in. As a Cargo Superintendent at WFS PRO, you'll play a pivotal role. You'll be part of a team dedicated to facilitating the global movement of energy and industry, driving the transition forward.

The Cargo Superintendent (CSI) at WFS PRO is responsible for planning and executing all cargo-related operations for assigned projects. The key objective is to oversee and supervise port calls, ensuring that operations are conducted safely and efficiently in every aspect. Join us and be at the forefront of shaping the future of global cargo logistics

At Roll Group, we offer our clients full-service factory-to-foundation solutions on land and at sea. While we operate internationally, we are still relatively small, so there’s plenty of room for your ideas. You’ll work with a tight-knit and enthusiastic team in a cooperative work environment, with many opportunities to develop and grow.


  • Prepare all cargo related operations. The preparations include but are not limited to Loading and discharging feasibility check (tide, quay, bollards, fenders etc.) ballast, and stability calculation;
  • Loading, discharging, and sea-fastening plans;
  • Coordinate the required activities, equipment, and resources for the planned cargo operations;
  • Provide the parties involved for each project with the applicable documents, plans and drawings;
  • Arrange and perform the required project, and safety meetings on site;
  • Execute the planned loading, sea-fastening, and discharging operations on board the vessels;
  • Report all on site activities during preparation, loading, sea-fastening, and discharging;
  • Issue CSI reports and address lessons learned to the Head of Operations;
  • Evaluate operational feasibility for bids and tenders, including cost elements for the Commercial department.


  • Can demonstrate leadership in safety and quality aspects of the role;
  • Is well versed in maritime operations and heavy lift industry;
  • Has ship knowledge (in the broad sense of the word): Construction of ships, ballast and propulsion systems, cranes, hatches/pontoons;
  • Has sea-fastening / lashing of cargo (practical knowledge but also being able to make basic calculations);
  • Knows cranes handling (lifting loads, lashing loads, basic knowledge of lifting equipment);
  • Can plan and organize of activities about loading/unloading and sea-fastening;
  • Has knowledge of stowage plans (making and changing on site if necessary);
  • Has stability knowledge (being able to make calculations, but also being able to estimate what is feasible and what is not)
  • Is an excellent team player that communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Can work independently and organized within tight time frames;
  • Is willing to share knowledge, experience and eager to explore innovative solutions;
  • Is Flexible, willing to adapt, embracing change and continual improvement;
  • Is willing to travel (normal circumstances 100-120 day per year).
  • Higher Vocational Education (Maritime Officer, Mechanical Engineering, or similar);
  • Minimum of 2 years relevant experience in a similar position;
  • Competent user of Microsoft office and GHS software is beneficial.


Challenging and varied work (full-time) at a fast-growing international company. With plenty of flexibility and freedom, including 2 days of hybrid working a week. We offer a good salary (based on your knowledge, and experience), 8.33% holiday pay and a monthly contribution to your health insurance (EUR 110 gross and EUR 20 nett). In addition, you participate in our Roll Group bonus scheme, a non-contributory pension and premium-free invalidity insurance. You’ll also get 28 days of annual leave, and we offer free lunch at work.


Are you enthusiastic and fit the profile? Then get in touch with us. Send your CV, including your portfolio and motivation to Sven Hessing at Still need more information? Then call or WhatsApp to +31 (0)6 49 70 40 19

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