The Cargo Controller will be based in our Terminal located in Tan Thanh district, Ba Ria-Vung Tau province. This position is required to work in 12 hrs shift. The Cargo Controller reports to the Cargo controller Team leader and is assigned the following key tasks:


  • Assume responsibility for the entire Cargo Control Process.
  • Ensure that operating and reporting systems are updated with error free information for every vessel. Maintain control of the “To Come List” with regards to pre-approved late arrivals and exceptions.
  • Follow up with the cargo control clerks on the progress of load-lists. Ensure that the load-lists are finalized in time prior to the vessel ETA. Clarify issues with the shipping lines to mitigate disputes.
  • Interact closely with the vessel planners and shipping lines regarding additional changes after set cut-off time has passed.
  • Ensure consistency of treatment among shipping clients regarding cargo delivery deadlines and cargo prioritization.
  • Investigate and document service failures, and report them to the appropriate parties.
  • Respond to inquiries related to Terminal Departure Reports for vessels no longer at berth.
  • Measure and report the performance versus standards for the terminal and the shipping line with regard to compliance with the terms of the service agreement.
  • Monitor vessel schedules on daily basis.
  • Interact closely with the vessel planners and shipping lines regarding additional changes after set cut-off time has passed.
  • Ensure a timely delivery of Terminal Report per vessel call, and prepare pre billing file.
  • The key impact of this incumbent will be the maintenance of operational efficiencies in the terminal. Responsibility for the execution of day to day operational activities.


Therefore CMIT seeks:

Candidates who are qualified, process and result oriented, organized, attentive to details, have a high sense of urgency, ability to work well under pressure and within a team.


The ideal candidate possesses:

  • A College/University degree, preferable in Logistic or related discipline.
  • preferable experience in container terminal operations environment.
  • a high level of planning and organizational skills.
  • general knowledge of berthing planning process and related documentation.
  • ability to use computerized vessel operation software system(s).
  • knowledge of container vessel stowage and stability criteria.
  • good knowledge of NAVIS vessel planning systems.
  • proficiency in desktop computer software programs, such as MS Office 2000, and other software programs for specific cargo planning purposes.
  • familiarity with the strict implementation of international standards of safe working practices within marine, stevedoring and terminal operations.



To the right candidate we offer an exciting and challenging position in an international and challenging environment where the candidate through commitment and performance will have great possibilities of personal development.


The resume and application are required to be in English.