The Quay crane operator is responsible for operating the ship to shore gantry crane in order to perform the operation of lifting containers from wharf onto the ship and lifting containers from the ship to the wharf.
- Actively follow and promote the ADT Safety and Security policies and ensure that fellow employees and visitors are doing the same. These policies are to be always followed within the port environment so as to ensure a safe and secure workplace for all.
- Perform startup inspection for the Ship to Shore Quay crane prior to start the operation and make sure all pre-checks are functional.
- Perform the operations of loading and unloading from and to the vessel according to instructions from the quay clerk as well as performing the operation of lashing and unlashing by lifting and moving the lashing cage
- Is responsible for safely and efficiently loading and unloading containers, by quay crane on and off a ship according to ships loading plans.
- Treat containers with care and make sure that vessel operation is free of damage to the containers, crane and vessel.
- Following the ship’s plans to make sure containers is loaded in the correct place
- Ensure productivity remains at a rate that meets deadlines
- Be willing to work rotating shift and any shift, and cover for vacations, an public holydays, and overtime as per HR policy
- Ensure that planned activities are in compliance with HSE policies & procedures.
- Achieve the Company’s and its customer’s expectations with regard to operational efficiency, productivity and reliability.
- Performing any other duties as allotted by a manager or superiors
Qualifications and Experiences
- Secondary school certificate or equivalent
- Minimum 3 year of experience in similar type of work
Required Skills and Ability
- Team worker
- Physically fit
- Capable to work from heights
- Has the ability to climb to a height of more than 45 meter
- Good communication and organizational skills and be able to follow instructions.
- Has the ability to operate by looking down while using both hands and feet to control the crane's movements