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ID:  532783
Location: 

Marseille, FR

Legal Counsel Regulatory affairs

Led by Rodolphe Saadé, the CMA CGM Group, a global leader in shipping and logistics, serves more than 420 ports around the world on five continents. With its subsidiary CEVA Logistics, a world leader in logistics, and its air freight division CMA CGM AIR CARGO, the CMA CGM Group is continually innovating to offer its customers a complete and increasingly efficient range of new shipping, land, air and logistics solutions.

Committed to the energy transition in shipping, and a pioneer in the use of alternative fuels, the CMA CGM Group has set a target to become Net Zero Carbon by 2050.
Through the CMA CGM Foundation, the Group acts in humanitarian crises that require an emergency response by mobilizing the Group’s shipping and logistics expertise to bring humanitarian supplies around the world.

Present in 160 countries through its network of more than 400 offices and 750 warehouses, the Group employs more than 155,000 people worldwide, including 4,000 in Marseilles where its head office is located.

 

THE ROLE 

 

You will join the team responsible for monitoring maritime regulations on environmental, safety and security issues (international, local and regional regulations, flags) within the Bunkering and Energy Transition Division. You will work with several other Group departments, including the SSE Department (Safety, Security, Environment), the CMA Ships Department (shipbuilding and maintenance, crewing, etc.), Institutional Relations and the CSR Department.

 

You will identify and monitor maritime regulations on energy-related subjects (from their drafting to their application).

 

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • You will also contribute to the more general regulatory monitoring carried out by the Regulatory Affairs team.
  • You will work closely with the "Plateau" (communication and clarification of regulatory requirements) and with the Energy department (risk assessment of renewable energy offtake contracts, i.e. compliance with regulations).
  • You will participate in regulatory compliance programmes.
  • You will analyse applicable regulations, update regulatory summaries and keep the relevant Group departments informed.
  • You will respond to internal requests (departments and ships) concerning the application and interpretation of regulations applicable to ships.
  • You will contribute to the Group's institutional relations: World Shipping Council, Europe, ECSA, Armateurs de France, etc.
  • In collaboration with members of the Energy Transition Department and the Institutional Relations Unit, you may be required to produce communication materials for internal use (newsletters, maps) or for external use (information notes, position papers).

 

 

PROFILE AND QUALIFICATIONS

 

  • You will have 2 to 5 years' experience as a maritime lawyer and a sound knowledge of the environmental regulations applicable to ships and the workings of the European Union. You have a Master's degree specialising in maritime law. Knowledge of energy will be appreciated.
  • You have good writing skills, are fluent in French and English and have a good command of office automation tools.
  • As a people person, you will be able to adapt your communication style tactfully and diplomatically to suit the people you are dealing with. Organised and autonomous, you know how to make yourself available. Your responsiveness and curiosity will enable you to succeed in this role. You will need to be self-sufficient, have good organisational skills and be able to analyse and summarise.

 

Come along on CMA CGM’s adventure !

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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