We are looking for the next talent to join our Ultra family! We have 8 different locations around the globe, and we are looking to kickstart your professional development as a Shipping Trainee in the maritime industry.
This year, we are doing things a little differently and will not be looking to hire for a specific location – we are simply searching for keen and ambitious candidates with an interest in shipping.
We offer a fast-paced environment with the spirit of a family-owned organisation, and the ambition of fostering the best learning environment for our young talents. After completing a traineeship in Ultrabulk, you will have gained:
We are looking for you!
You are at the beginning of your career looking to develop your knowledge of the shipping industry. We look for the right individual rather than specific competencies – attitude and mindset matter.
will be commencing on 15 August 2023 for a duration of 2 years.
As a trainee in Ultrabulk, you will follow the theoretical training of the Commercial Shipping Programme at the Danish Shipping Education with other Danish and international Shipping Trainees whilst applying your knowledge to your work at Ultrabulk.
As part of your training, you will join various departments and have a mentor dedicated to you with each new team. During the two years, you may also have the opportunity to experience a period in one of offices abroad. Most importantly, you will join a company where we believe learning and working should be fun!
Please refer to elevportalen.dk when applying.
Ultrabulk A/S is a globally recognised dry bulk shipowner and operator, servicing customers in the MPP/Parcel, Handysize, Supramax and Panamax segments. Ultrabulk is among the 100 largest companies in Denmark and operates a fleet of 130 to 165 vessels managed by a professional team, strategically located at 7 offices worldwide (Copenhagen, Cape Town, Singapore, Sydney, Stamford (CT), Santiago and Rio de Janeiro).
The shipping industry is deeply focused on lifting its climate responsibility, and in Ultrabulk it is at the top of our agenda to push for a greener future. We are committed to reduce our emissions with 40% per cargo tons-mile by 2030, and to reach that goal we have to continue to innovate, collect and analyse data, invest in equipment and systems as well as raise general awareness both ashore and at sea