Reporting to the Route Analyst Supervisor, the Route Analyst finds and communicates the optimum shipping route (safest, most time-efficient or fuel-efficient route) in order to protect the safety of the vessel, cargo and crew. The Route Analyst is able to research, assess and select the optimum shipping route for every ocean basin using a variety of tools and software programs to determine the optimum route, communicate it and respond to inquiries for climatologic and other information during the route from ship captains, companies/clients and sales offices. The Route Analyst also analyzes and provides route comparisons and effectively communicates route selection. This position works rotating shifts.
StormGeo offers a comprehensive full benefits package which includes medical, dental, vision, and 401k.
StormGeo is a world leader of shore-based ship routing advisory services and software, on-board voyage optimization systems and fleet management systems. The company’s mission is to provide innovative decision support solutions and services that enable companies in the maritime industry to improve effectiveness, increase profitability, maintain safety, and minimize environmental impact.
The company routes 60,000 ship voyages annually and 6,000 vessels are fitted with StormGeo on-board ship routing software. Its award winning products and services are designed to help ship owners, charterers, operators, fleet managers and captains identify the safest, most time-efficient or fuel-efficient routes for their fleets. StormGeo Shipping is headquartered in California's Silicon Valley, with worldwide offices in Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, New York, Shanghai, Singapore and the UK.
StormGeo is a market leader, providing decision support services and products for weather sensitive operations. The company offers solutions in the offshore oil and gas, shipping, renewable energy, onshore business continuity, media and aviation industries. The StormGeo Group is headquartered in Bergen, Norway and operates out of 22 offices in 16 countries. More information is available at www.stormgeo.com.