Offshore logistics manager


An offshore logistics manager is responsible for overseeing and managing the logistics and supply chain operations for offshore wind farms. This includes coordination and collaboration with the supply chain, transport and logistics of personnel, equipment and materials, and inventory management.

Lifecycle stages

Installation, operations and maintenance.

Typical employer

Developer, EPCI contractor or subcontracted to specialist consultancies.

Place of work


Typical working pattern

Full-time. Flexible working arrangements may be available.

Education, training and qualifications

Minimum NFQ level 7, in logistics, supply chain management, marine logistics or related is required. Experience (at least 5 years) in supply chain and/or logistics management in a relevant field such as despatch, shipping, warehouse, or export.

Experience with offshore wind projects and package management is essential.

Typical entry position & transferable sectors

ntry roles can include assistant logistics managers, logistics supervisors and port operation managers.

Highly transferable from similar industries such as shipping, transportation, and maritime.

Career possibilities

Offshore logistic managers can progress to become senior logistics managers and supply chain managers.

Full time salary estimate

€45,000 (assistant logistics managers) -€90,000 (supply chain manager) per year, depending on experience.