Maritime Jobs
Tuesday, November 24, 2020

IMarEST Names Lewis Chief Executive

June 16, 2020

Gwynne Lewis (Photo: IMarEST)

Gwynne Lewis (Photo: IMarEST)

The Insitute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology  (IMarEST) has appointed a new chief executive - Gwynne Lewis - who will begin the role on June 29.

David Loosley, the IMarEST’s current chief executive, previously announced that he will be stepping down in June of 2020, after leading the organization for over eight years, to take up the role of Secretary General and CEO of BIMCO.

Gwynne has a background in marine consultancy and, prior to joining the IMarEST, was the Global Head of Data and Digital at Lloyd's Register until 2018. He has since been the Maritime Product Line Director at Orolia.

Gwynne said, “I’m delighted to have been appointed to this prestigious role and to succeed David as the Institute’s chief executive.  I’m passionate about our industry, the people who work within it and the sustainability of the maritime economy and ecosystem. There are many challenges we face as individuals, an industry and a society but there has likely never been a more important time for marine engineers, scientists and technologists to make a real a difference in the world. The Institute will have a very important role to play in adapting, as it always has done, to meet the demands of it's present and future members."

David Loosley

Featured Jobs

Third Officer

Military Sealift Command

Unlicensed Junior Engineer

Military Sealift CommandNorfolk, VA, USA

Maritime Accounts and Tariffs Manager

Stockton, CA, United States

Second Engineer [volunteer]

Mercy ShipsGarden Valley, TX, United States

Chief Engineer [volunteer]

Mercy ShipsHouston, TX, USA

Marine Products Port Service Engineer

Wilhelmsen Ships ServiceLos Angeles, California

Marine engineer cadet

Jacksonville, Florida, USA

Featured Employers

Wilhelmsen Ships Service

Our ambition is to shape the maritime industry.Founded in 1861, the Wilhelmsen group operates the la

Military Sealift Command

The Military Sealift Command (MSC) is a United States Navy organization that controls most of the re