The Marine Officer/Pilot role, within the Marine Department, will be responsible for providing assistance to the Senior Manager Marine Operations in the delivery of the Pilotage Service and other Marine support functions, fulfilling responsibilities of the Harbour Authority including those arising under Clydeport Authority Order Confirmation Act(s), Pilotage Act and ensuring conduct is in accordance with Port Marine Safety Code. Responsibilities will also include: - Fully engage with the Pilot training provided, obtaining initial Pilot authorisation and complete the development programme, progressing to full Class 1 qualification. Exploit opportunities to gain experience, attending training courses and tripping on larger vessel when the opportunity presents itself. - Pilot vessels within Clydeport’s jurisdiction in accordance with the Marine Safety Management System and Standard Operating Procedures, as guided by the Port Marine Safety Code. - Integrate into the Bridge team; assist, support and advise Masters in the safe navigation and pilotage of vessels, if the Marine Office Pilot is not piloting the vessel. - Develop effective working relationships with the wider Marine cohort to ensure operational requirements are met, including Pilots, Cutter Crew, GPCC/LPS Officers, Managers, Tug crew and mooring service providers. - Promote customer service excellence within your team, ensuring customer service levels are met, reporting any under performances or non-conformities with a proactive plan of recovery. - Champion a successful Health and Safety culture, striving towards the company’s zero accident ambition and promoting Safety 365. - Act as the duty Marine Officer/Pilot on a rotational basis, to support the requirements of the Marine Department.