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Newbuilding Analyst

Newbuilding Analyst

Job ID:  182
Department:  Newbuilding
Category:  Analysis

London, GB

Employment Type:  Permanent

Newbuilding Analyst


An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Newbuilding Analyst to work within the Newbuilding department within our Sale & Purchase division, and as part of the team of Commercial Analysts within the Group.


Key Focus:

  • Prepare broker briefings, covering key Newbuilding Market topics – to present internally to Newbuilding and Sale and Purchase teams initially as well as evolving into client facing
  • Liaise with commercial analysts within the group
  • Liaise with Clarksons Research
  • Data management on desk – coordinate and refine data retention on the desk, including updating and maintaining design information, comparison tables, internal orderbook analysis, evolution of information provision and presentation
  • Contribute to development of Newbuilding App and Dashboard
  • In time, liaise with technical departments of shipyards to keep abreast of design and technology development
  • Vessel design performance economics and analysis
  • Model Shipyard capacity and productivity
  • Develop and maintain relationships with Classification Societies and Key Equipment Manufacturers – updating desk accordingly with feedback
  • Support client marketing activities / preparing bespoke presentations
  • Market analysis to support identification of opportunities to broking desk 


Examples of Key Newbuilding Market topics for review:

  • Assimilate IMO regulations – communicating commercial ramifications of same
  • Scenario modelling out to 2050 – what are the considerations
  • Regulatory Timetable – understanding implementation and consequences
  • Scrubber Fleet Analysis
  • Repair Yard Study
  • Carbon Numbers – design performance and evolution
  • Speed as a solution and impact
  • Alternative Fuel Analysis 
  • LNG as a fuel
  • Energy Saving Devices – performance analysis and considerations
  • LNG Bunkering study and modelling


Your Experience:

  • Strong experience of working within a technical analyst role
  • Experience of working within a shipping/maritime organisation
  • Highly proficient in using MS Excel, Powerpoint and Word to an advanced standard
  • Client oriented, with good communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail and problem solving skills
  • Able to work independently and within cross-departmental teams to fulfil requirements