Edison Chouest Offshore companies



Onshore Logistics Coordinator

Role Intent

The onshore logistics coordinator is functionally accountable to the supply base cargo ops supervisor for safe, reliable and cost-effective cargo coordination in support of all offshore activities including GOO Production, GWO (includes completions) and GPO (where applicable).

Schedule and Location

The position is located in Houston, Texas. The schedule is 14/14, home every night.


The onshore logistics coordinator:

  • Acts as logistics focal point responsible for liaising with internal clients to ensure cargo delivery requirements are fully understood. This includes understanding long term strategic planning.
  • Performs cargo planning (7-day, 48- and 24-hour plans) and vessel coordination duties with internal/external stakeholders.
  • Is responsible for liaising with PSCM MM&IL and operational technical functions to ensure cargo delivery requirements are fully understood.
  • Is responsible for liaising with suppliers to ensure cargo delivery requirements are fully understood.
  • Recommends cargo supply scheduling.
  • Inputs into supply base vessel schedule.

Core Responsibilities/Requirements

The onshore logistics coordinator:

  • Acts as the logistics onshore focal point with regards to the timely coordination of all outbound and inbound cargo movements, with emphasis on the optimization of logistics resources (especially supply vessel utilization).
  • Delivers connectivity and engagement with the MM function, service providers, supply base service provider focal point, offshore logistics coordinator and offshore leadership.
  • Is responsible for communications and maintaining working relationship with all key stakeholders.
  • Is responsible for ensuring offshore logistics coordinator is consulted to ensure offshore readiness for cargo (reduce/eliminate roundtrip cargo).
  • Produces and issues timely 5/7 day, 48-hour and 24-hour cargo-load lists.
  • Is responsible for administration and maintenance of system-generated cargo demands including raising system call-off requests.
  • Liaises with service providers regarding the call off of cargo (including materials, equipment, bulks and services).
  • Provides feedback, when applicable, to onshore helicopter planning personnel to ensure their personnel/air freight plan/schedule is aligned with operational requirements.
  • Mobilizes service personnel and others as required aligning with call off of cargo.
  • Checks for any CCUs over 14 days at service providers or offshore and facilitates return.
  • Provides input into regional supply vessel and supply base scheduling processes by ensuring they are given advance notice of cargo requirements.
  • Efficiently manages and tracks movement of high-cost rentals, acting as a liaison with service providers.
  • Is responsible for updating and maintaining rental tracking tool in conjunction with offshore logistics coordinators.
  • Liaises with bulk service provider and internal marine/bulk coordinator to ensure timely load out of bulk products.
  • Tracks, captures and reports unplanned cargo demands (cargo <24 hours' notice).
  • Participates in the daily logistics-planning meeting and provide input into the vessel schedule.
  • Complies with global and regional supply base standard operating standards (SoPs).

Qualified applicants may submit their résumés to Corey Serigny at .